WE ACT | WE CHANGE | WE TRANSFORM

Act Change Transform (Act!) is one of the largest Kenyan non-governmental organization working in the field of Capacity Development and Grants Management. Established in September 2001 as Pact Kenya and rebranded in 2011 as a fully-fledged indigenous non-profit organization, Act! together with its implementing partners has contributed to country’s results in peace building and conflict transformation, democracy and human rights, livelihoods and environment and natural resource management……………..Read more!

VOICES FROM THE FIELD

The new farming trends in Nyahururu

The new farming trends in Nyahururu The new farming trends in Nyahururu and the driving force behind it   In a bid to cope with unpredictable weather patterns, farmers in Nyandarua County and its [more]

Pastoralists embrace farming for improved food security

Pastoralists embrace farming for improved food securityWith fears that climate change increases the frequency of droughts, ACT and its partner Agency for Pastoralist Development (APAD), a local Community Based Organization in [more]

Conserving the Sacred Kaya Forests

Conserving the Sacred Kaya ForestsAct! through its partner World Wide Fund for Nature Kenya Country Office (WWF-KCO) has made tremendous gains in the conservation of  Kaya forests in Kwale, Mombasa and [more]

The Aweer community of Lamu

The Aweer community of LamuA perfect case is the Aweer community of Lamu, the only remaining hunter-gatherer community in the coast region. Among the Aweer, the traditional uses are both material and [more]

In Act!, coaching is used as a component of mentoring

In Act!, coaching is used as a component of mentoring Act! defines mentoring as a long-term process through which tacit knowledge, skills and experiences are shared with an individual or entity to achieve an agreed upon goal. [more]

Act holds learning event with Implementing Partners!

Act holds learning event with Implementing Partners!Act! recently held two learning events with 45 partner organizations under the auspices of the Changieni rasilimali (CRM) facility. Implementing partners in the water, land [more]