Participatory Assessment on Disaster and Climate Risk Analysis (PADCR) Report

  Climate change continues to be a global phenomena with devastating effects to community livelihood. The current weather changes have adversely affected farming communities, leading to food and income insecurity due to associated climate hazards and risks. Resources Oriented Development initiatives (RODI) sincerely acknowledges the participatory approach undertaken during Participatory Assessment on Disaster and Climate […]

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SAFCP progress report Jan- Dec 2023

Sustainable Agriculture for Food Security and Crime Prevention Project (SAFCP) 3rd Phase is being implemented in Kenya, within 8 Counties: Kisumu, Kakamega, Turkana, Nandi, Uasin Gishu, Kiambu, Nairobi, Nyeri. The projects targets prisoners, ex-prisoners, community members and youth. This report outlines the progress of the project during January to December 2023 Click to download the

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Project for enhancing local resource mobilisation and community philanthropy – Jan – Dec 2022 report.

This report provides a detailed account of project progress and achievements made over the period January 2022 to December 2022. It also provides lessons learned and recommendations on project implementation. The reporting framework is based on achievements in relation to key strategic interventions in local resource mobilisation and community philanthropy in advancement of human rights

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PELCA – July 2021 – June 2022

The Project for Enhancing Livelihoods in Coffee growing Areas (PELCA) is a two year project being implemented through a consortium of 4 organisations implementing agro-ecology with small holder farmers in Kiambu and Muranga Counties. Overally the project aims at Improved livelihood among smallholder farmers and youth in coffee- producing areas. Click to download the report

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Impact of RODI’s project for improving safety and livelihood of workers hired by small holders in Kenya -2021

As part of the joint project “ Improving safety and livelihood of workers hired by small holders in Kenya.” by Ethical Tea Partnerships (ETP), the Sustainable Trade Initiatives (IDH) and the Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA) foundation, The Ethical tea partnership and Resources Oriented Development Initiatives (RODI) signed an agreement in April 2019 to enhance

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Project for enhanced local resource mobilization – August 2019 – July 2020

Project for Enhancing Local Resource Mobilization (PELRM) was a two-year initiative whose aim was to diversify RODI’s resource base (financial and non- financial), to support restorative prisoner rehabilitation, offender reintegration and access to justice and human rights work in Kenya, as well as enhance organizational sustainability in this endeavor. The report outlines the challenges ,

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ANNUAL REPORT 2017

2017 was a pivotal year for RODI in laying foundation for growth, impact and sustainability for the organisation. This was greatly informed by the strategic plan and resource mobilisation strategy as well as key guiding principles that cement RODI operations.  In this year 1284 pretrial detainees were taken through screening and paralegal clinics to deepen

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RODI KENYA REPORT 2016

During the year 2016, 1818 prisoners and 182 prison staff were trained in various aspects related to sustainable agriculture and appropriate technology. Trained inmates and officers continue to play a key role in passing on the skills and knowledge acquired to their peers as peer educators. A total of 113 inmates and 32 Prison staff

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