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About NASDO

Northern Agency for social development(NASDO) is a non-profit making organization which operates in the nothern parts of Kenya.It Endeavors to promote a better health care, quality education, improved livelihood, women and youth empowerment, peace building and conflict resolution and entrenchment of the rights of the maginalised and minority groups in Kenya.

NASDO has well experienced professionals on various fields as their board members. The organization has a chief executive officer who oversees the implementation of the organization's day to day activities. The organization has five thematic areas with atleast one board member who is an expert in each area of focus that usually advices the board when it comes to that specific field.

Our Vision is To Promote peaceful, healthy and inclusive society for economic and social development

Mission

To enhance, promote peaceful coexistence and contribute to inclusivity through empowerment of women using participatory approaches, advocacy, capacity building and research to drive a positive change for sustainable development

Core Values

  • Integrity
  • Impartiality
  • Accountability
  • Reliability
  • Inclusivity

Strategic Goals

The Provision of quality education through improvement of access, enrolment, retention and performance
  • Increased Access to clean water.
  • Poverty reduction projects: Supporting diversified livelihood projects. Targeting extreme poverty cases.
  • Provision of clean water through provision of shallow wells, boreholes and water tracking in areas with no access to water.
  • Youth and women empowerment
  • Reduced prevalence of Malaria an HIV/AIDS.
  • FGM.
  • Family Planning.
  • Fighting drug and substance abuse.
Promotion of conflict resolution in pastoral communities of northern Kenya by strengthening ADRM.
  • Carrying out civic education through workshops, public gatherings and local FM radios.
  • Promoting human rights generally and particularly the marginalized groups like women, disables and vulnerable children