The primary objective of the Foundation is general relief of poverty. The specific target areas we shall address are:
Housing and Infrastructure:
To provide residential accommodation for needy persons on terms appropriate to their needs.
Water and Sanitation:
Only 36% of total population has access to improved sanitation in Kenya. Only a small percentage too has access to clean water. The provision of these services will be one of our key areas of involvement.
The poor are more vulnerable to insecurity contributed mainly by their shanty housing and poor financial status. Resources will be mobilized to put in place security structures.
Empowerment – Human Rights:
To educate the public, and especially those affected by poverty, of their rights and help break the cycle of poverty.
Crime and Drugs:
To empower and facilitate the public to follow the rule of law, and safeguard the health and well being of especially vulnerable groups like the youth and old people.
Even though local statistics are unavailable, one third of deaths – some 18 million people a year or 50,000 per day – are due to poverty – related causes. The majority of these are women and children. Every year 11 million children die before their fifth birthday. 800 million people go to be hungry every day.
We need to alter these statistics.
Education and Training:
To promote the education (skills) of persons in Kenya who through their social and economic circumstances are in need but unable to gain employment. We will put in place support schemes where such persons may receive training, including while in employment.
Poverty, poor governance and corruption are the main killers of the patriotism spirit. A nation that gets its citizens in such difficult situations is unlikely to realize a trusting and hardworking people. We will achieve this by incorporating all stakeholders in nation building.
Poverty itself prevents various forms of investment, inability to find a well-paying job, unemployment and/or underemployment and globalization.
We seek to relief unemployment for the public benefit in such ways as may be thought fit, including self-employment and assistance to find employment.
Many poor people live in shantytowns and slums characterized by poor sanitation, unclean and adequate water and piled up garbage. Putting environmental friendly structures in place will drive us to reversing these conditions.