Tag: Nuru Kenya

Nuru Kenya Shares At Conference In Nairobi, Kenya

In mid-September, Pauline Wambeti, Nuru Kenya’s Country Director, shared her perspectives on locally-led development, as part of a panel discussion at the 2019…

Empowered Parents Embrace Exclusive Breastfeeding

Nuru Kenya works toward improving maternal and child healthcare in line with Sustainable Development Goal #3: Good Health and Well-Being. Each year, Nuru…

Nuru Kenya Leads the Charge at the AMEA Global Convening in Nairobi, Kenya

One of the key components of the Nuru model to eradicate extreme poverty in fragile, rural areas is through investment in local farmer…

Nuru Partners to Build Sustainable Farmer Organizations

One of the key components of the Nuru model to eradicate extreme poverty in fragile rural areas is investing in and developing local…

#WorldBreastfeedingWeek in Kenya

Nuru Kenya Healthcare Program promotes exclusive breastfeeding in rural parts of Kenya. Exclusive breastfeeding is a norm that every new mother should adhere…

Nuru Kenya Dairy Commercialization: a feed to market approach

Dairy Diversification from Feed to Market The Nuru Kenya (NK) rural livelihoods team is leading a “feed to market” effort that will transform…

Diversified Agriculture Creates More Livelihood Opportunities for Rural Farmers

One of the goals of Nuru Kenya is to help farmers to improve food security and income opportunities. This year it looks forward…

Moving from Mentor to Mentee

In March, I had an opportunity to head back to Nuru Kenya to work with Pauline a bit. As always, the goat paths,…

Nuru Kenya Country Director Receives Acumen Fellowship

Isebania, Kenya—Pauline Wambeti, Nuru Kenya’s Country Director, has been eagerly awaiting the announcement of some big news on the leadership development front. She…

Petit Rebwi Inspires Fellow Community-Owned Cooperatives

The hilly village of Nyamagenga in Kuria East sub-county is a breath-taking sight. From a distance you would mistake it for bare land…