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The program targets 29,380 households which translate to 146,900 vulnerable persons in affected community. The beneficiary range from marginalized group including elderly, those living with disabilities, chronically ill, widows and single mothers and orphan. It will also include wider vulnerable pastoralist household gravely affected by drought through loss of livelihood assets (livestock). The project aims to save lives of people and households devastated by drought hazards and enable them to rebuild the livelihood strongly.
A small act of kindness can have ever lasting effects. It can accord a feeling of satisfaction and fulfillment to the donor. Apart from this, a donation can impart an under privileged or an under developed community with an opportunity for sustainability. It can lessen their struggle or hardship for their existence that they face in their day to day life. A handful of food can be served to those who are in real need of those. And as a human being, we need to stand by their side.
A small donation of yours can fetch a big smile in their face. Or in other words, it can help to build their whole world. So we request our visitors to be a bit compassionate and help us to create a better world for people who are in real need.
At PAKA we are planning to create education centers and health centers for the underdeveloped community residing in different parts of Kenya. We have planned to create an ISD network to North Horr, Marsabit County, Kenya. And also we have taken an oath to transform livelihood of the underdeveloped and vulnerable communities.