Integrating community participation and involvement into core community development activities

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OUR PROGRAMS

WASH Project

The initiative supported  by GWWI targets vulnerable households with capacity building on community hygiene, water treatment at house hold…

Food Security & Environmental Conservation

This  initiative targets  to improve household food security and Nutrition status  for vulnerable households  through organic farming ,  environmental conservation and tree planting .

This initiative targets community members, actively involved in petty trade and subsistence farming by creating an income and alternative livelihood…

Community Dialogues & HIVAIDS Awareness

This is also used as a key forum for advocacy to champion human rights and HIV /AIDs, helping to break the silence in schools and community at large during community dialogue sessions.

Girl Child Empowerment

We believe in promoting the realization of the right to free and compulsory education for all children in Kenya, with extra focus on girl child and most vulnerable children…

Networking, Collaborations & Advocacy

We believe in effective and efficient networking, collaborations and advocacy to promote good governance and protection of human rights and strive to create enabling…

Achievements

Training of Trainers of Trainers on community conversations,  member of the team that developed of the Concern CC training manuals first and second editions, distribution of Exam materials to 200 boys and girls and reusable sanitary towels to 280  girls, successfully implemented village savings scheme in one village, trained 50 women living with HIV/AIDS on food security and nutrition , kitchen gardening and agro forestry over 200 women inmates trained on menstrual management constructed 4 ISSB water Tanks and installed 6 Bio sand filters in school.

33 +
Women with AIDS
0 %
Training of Trainers
93
Boys and girls
0
Sanitary towels
4
Bio sand filters in school
188 +
Women inmates trained
0
ISSB water Tanks

Collaboration and partnerships

by initiating partnerships with communities, organizations, other development agencies and Government line ministries through applied research.

Lobbying and Advocacy

As a strategy to improve the ability of communities to do lobby and advocacy on their identified needs, plan and implement development initiatives and to operate and maintain whatever assets that are created in their community.

Our Strategy

“COMPE uses three key strategies to implement program: Community capacity enhancement (CCE) which has two aspects: participatory integrated community development (PICD) and Community Conversations (CC). Community Conversation (CC) is an interactive process which brings people together and engages communities to discuss and explore the underlying causes fuelling a problem in their environment. CC is explicitly based on the recognition that people have capacities, knowledge and resources to transform individually and collectively once they perceive ownership of a problem. The aim is to deepen a community’s understanding of their situation, facilitate decision making and taking action in the local context. Conversations will be held among youth adults and other vulnerable groups.

A prosperous society where everybody is engaged in positive sustainable development without fear of oppression and access decent standards of living.

Our mission

To promote sustainable, positive and innovative development oriented micro- enterprises and livelihood support programs among underserved communities.

Areas of operations

Our strategic areas of operations are Economic Empowerment and Livelihoods, Girl Child Education, Agriculture Environmental Conservation and Food Security, Water Sanitation and  Hygiene (WATSAN) &  HIV/AIDS Awareness.

Community Mobilization for Positive Empowerment, (COMPE) is local -based NGO registered in Kenya under the Kenya NGO act, COMPE is dedicated to creating lasting transformation in the lives of women, youth and children and the entire community.

Our contacts

  • P .O. BOX 4423-40103, Africa House Accra Street, Kisumu, KENYA
  • +254 711 772 013/+254 722 736 056
  • info@compekenya.org