MCC partner Centre for Peace and Nationhood provides health training to women in sections of the Mathare informal settlement, where families commonly live in one-room shacks without adequate nutrition, clean water and latrines.
The SALT/YAMENer will support the projects managed by Institute of Intercultural Research and Studies (INESIN), directly with those related to environmental issues and other initiatives developed by the partner. The participant will be involved in administrative, community, field work, and team processes.
The SALT/YAMENer will serve with Maasai Integrated Development Initiatives (MIDI) by helping to develop and implement a communications plan to increase MIDI’s visibility on social and mainstream media.
Program information and policies can be found at mcc.org/salt or mcc.org/yamen
The SALT/YAMENer will walk alongside ECHO East Africa Ltd, assisting by offering skills and best practices to the staff while learning about how agriculture and community development can really work well on the ground in East Africa.
The SALT/YAMENer will serve with ANADESA, to help promote peacebuilding, education, empowerment, and recreational and environmental activities among the children, youth, and women in Panabaj, Tzanchaj, and Chukmuk.
The SALT/YAMENer will serve at the Peace and Development Network (PDN) assisting two project coordinators. One coordinator manages a conservation agriculture project, and the other manages a savings and loan project. The participant will focus primarily on collecting and analyzing data to measure the impact of the two projects as well as report writing.
The SALT/YAMENer will serve part time at El Faro Home, that supports adolescent mothers that have experienced sexual violence. The participant will assist with the various daily needs of these mothers and their young children.