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Lerne Adams Foundation (LAF) is an indigenous Kenyan NGO registered as non-political and non-profit organization. The organization is registered under Kenyan laws as a foundation Instituted, staffed, and managed by group of professionals. The organization has its base in Kisumu and works with communities living around Lake Victoria region. The organization was officially strengthened and founded in January 2016 has now taken up the challenges of articulation and contribution to the country’s development priority agenda.

Education

The project goal promotes bringing of the gender gap, particularly focusing on promoting equal opportunity for girls in school.

Health Programs

Promoting the highest possible level of sexual and reproductive health education & Mental Health programme to all ages

Youth Empowerment

Support the youth to build livelihood interventions through acquiring skills, broadening social network and investing in social enterprises

Our Intervention

Our Impact Education HealthYouth Empowerment

Empower individuals and community with skills aimed at promoting self-reliance and sustainable livelihood.

Socio-economic Empowerment

Women, Youth and Persons enabled differently Socio-economic Empowerment

HIV Program

HIV prevention, care and management, child care and support programs

Sexual Reproductive Health

Adolescents, Youth, Sex workers, menstrual hygiene, Sexual and Gender Based Violence, persons enabled differently and mental health

Education

Child care and support, mentorship, scholarship and promotion of girls education programs

Volunteerism

Creating a positive impact through engaging local and international volunteers

Climate change

Building community resilience in mitigating climate impacts

Mentorship

Mentorship programme with adolescent girls and young mothers. Lerne Adams seeks to nurture youth to build livelihoods through acquiring skills, broadening social networks and investing in interests of adolescents

livelihoods through acquiring skills, broadening social networks and investing in interests of adolescents

Day of the Girl Child

October 11 every year is recognized as an international day of the girl child.We today had an interactive session with our girls at community level to mark this wonderful day.The aim was to empower girls and promote access to digital devices and services.We provide platform for girls to air out their grievances,their opinions and magnify their voices in all aapects of the community.

We engage volunteers on our social impact programs

Want to be part of our Volunteer Program? Join us today