FAULU PRODUCTIONS

About us

- FAULU PRODUCTIONS was founded in 2015 June and registered two years later as a non-profit, non-political, and a non-religious community-based organization Kenya by the Ministry of East African Community, Labor and Social Protection with the reg. CO/TRKW/CDO/HC 2434. - Our mission is to promote youth talents, to create a safe, sustainable living that enables social change, and education for marginalized communities; and Empowerment to vulnerable. We run three main programs: 1. Agriculture and Permaculture, here we promote agribusiness and food security, free seeds and agricultural equipment, supports to community farms, as well free training to farmers and gardeners. 2. Education: we run both formal and non-formal curriculum whereby we have a free preschool, primary education remedial classes as well as high school compensatory curriculum done online through the AMALA platform from UK. 3. Women Empowerment (Livelihoods): We advocate on GBV cases and mobilize the community on how such inhuman exploitation should take it end. We offer microcredits to women and offer them with entrepreneurship skill. Finally, we also offer two free skills for life that is Soap making and Tailoring to youths and women as a means to supports them for self-reliance.

Annual Operating Budget: 45,000 USD

Annual Beneficiary Reach: 1,000

Our Partnerships

Our Current Funding Partners

1. Elementary Child Care of Australia 2. Permaculture for Sustainable Communities 3. Seeds for Peace 4. Swiss contact 5. AMALA 6. Tree for All

Previous Funding Partners

1. REBANK 2. Evergreen Coin 3. Sfaira Foundation

Our Network Affiliations

a. We are member of KRIN that is an umbrella of the CBOs in Kakuma b. We are also member of Permaculture for Sustainable Communities.

Optional Support Partner

Support Partners can play an optional role bridging various gaps between RLOs and their supporters around the world.

Additional Information

Our Community and beneficiaries

- Our organization represent both refugees living in Kakuma refugee camp and the host community of Turkana. It is from that two main categories of beneficiaries where most of our services are being provided. - To date we have served 6,495 beneficiaries.

Other Operating Locations

host community

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