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GRADIF-K is a Public National Community Development Foundation founded in the year 2006 and legally registered with the registrar of companies as a company limited by guarantee with no share capital in May, 2007 and issued with Certificate No C. 139158.The Goal of the Foundation is to support the improvement of life of vulnerable and marginalized community groups in selected poverty stricken and resource scarce areas in Kenya focusing more on rural areas and urban slums. To promote effectiveness, wide reach and sustainability of projects/programs, GRADIF-K works with organized, legally registered community groups, structures and institutions of learning in the implementation of age-appropriate, rights based, gender sensitive, cultural responsive and environmentally friendly community based poverty reduction programs. All of the GRADIF-K programs are geared towards contributing towards the Kenya’s Vision 2030 Goals, realization of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) and Education for All (EFA), all in contribution to the realization of the wellbeing of children and other key targeted groups in Kenya. The key broad areas of our work include; Citizen Participation and Governance, Social Protection, Economic Livelihoods and Organizational capacity development. GRADIF-K has a gained wide experience in the implementation of outlined projects in the past 10 plus years in various counties in Kenya with commendable results. Over time, GRADIF-K has developed healthy and cordial working relationships with the relevant County and National Governments of Kenya departments, Community Based Development& other Civil Society Organizations including, International Development agencies and institutions, Foundations, FBOs, Youth groups, development partners including development agencies and Non-Governmental Organizations, Research &learning institutions, the private sector and community technical resource persons in the implementation of all programs.
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