Empowering Communities

to build resilience
towards climate change

MAZIDO is a non-profit organization that works with local communities in ASALs (Arid and Semi-Arid Lands) to promote sustainable livelihoods, enhance natural resource management and governance, and respond to climate change.

Vision

A prosperous community that uses its natural resources sustainably

Mission

To empower the community to utilize natural resources productively through advocacy, education and promotion of climate smart technologies.

Strategic Objectives

  1. Support Sustainable livelihoods
  2. Enhance Natural Resource Management and Governance
  3. Climate Change Response
  4. Lobby and advocacy

What We Do

Below is our areas of speciality...

climate change

We develop and implement climate action plans that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to the impacts of climate change.

ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND STRATEGIC PLANNING

We build capacity for organizations, with focus in human resources, financial resources, and technical expertise.

COMMUNITY RESILIENCE BUILDING

We help communities to identify and assess their vulnerabilities to climate change

WATER ACCESS, SANITATION, AND HYGIENE (WASH)

We promote improved access to safe water and sanitation facilities

INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT

We take a holistic approach to development that addresses the interconnected challenges of climate change, poverty, and inequality

COLLABORATION AND COORDINATION

We build partnerships with other organizations working on climate action, community resilience, WASH, and integrated development.

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Latest News

Local Community in Taveta Raises Alarm Over Kitumweni Spring’s Deteriorating Condition

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Residents of Machungwani area have sounded the alarm over the rapidly declining state of Kitumweni Spring, a vital water source for the...
Read More Local Community in Taveta Raises Alarm Over Kitumweni Spring’s Deteriorating Condition

Taita Taveta County: MAZIDO Awarded Local Implementor of STAWI Mashinani

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Voi, Kenya – February 6, 2024 MAZIDO has been awarded as the local implementor of STAWI Mashinani by Millenium Water Alliance (MWA). This...
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MAZIDO and Amboseli Ecosystem Trust (AET) Train Future Conservation Leaders Courtesy of IFAW

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Amboseli, Kenya – March 6, 2024 A new generation of leadership is emerging in the Amboseli ecosystem, thanks to the funding from...
Read More MAZIDO and Amboseli Ecosystem Trust (AET) Train Future Conservation Leaders Courtesy of IFAW

Our Partners

Our Owesome Partners who Made all these Successful

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