A/C Name: Kaalmo Relief and Development (KRD) 
Bank Name: National Bank of Kenya Limited 
A/C No: 02042087688800 
Currency: USD 
Branch: Kenyatta Avenue Amana Center 
Bank Sort Code: 12-002 




The M&E Framework used by KRD specifies the objectives, outputs, activities, indicators, data source, data collection methods, frequency of data collection and the person responsible for the data collection. The framework also provides sufficient details to enable budgeting and allocation of technical expertise, an overview of how the process of M&E will be undertaken and guidance on project staff on how to set up an M&E system is made responsive to the specific programme needs and demystify the M&E Process. A system to capture qualitative information has also been put in place by KRD for understanding the context in which trends occur and to interpret the quantitative data more accurately. During field visits programme staff carries out beneficiary interviews in focus group discussions (FGD), Individual face to face interviews and/or case studies as appropriate. The success stories of project interventions by KRD are compiled into human interest testimonies and put in the reports and appropriate formats for outreach and dissemination. In order to measure project outcomes, baseline data collection is often conducted at the start of every project. At the completion of the project, an evaluation is carried out to assess the extent to which the project has accomplished its objectives by comparing the baseline data with end of project data. Thus, the organization has an elaborate M&E policy that is adhered to in all its projects with the following main components;

•Conduct regular Focus Group Discussions (FGDs) with the beneficiaries to get feedback on the projects:

•Develop regular weekly, monthly and annual reports on the projects;

•Conduct official field visits to the beneficiaries to monitor and measure impact of a given project and conduct

•quarterly, Midterm and End term evaluations/ reviews of the project activities;

•Facilitate external evaluations of the project activities and use the results to improve the tools of evaluation and procedures utilized, and 

•Conduct quarterly and annual trend analysis of any complaints or comments received, and based on the outcome, design programmes that address adequately the general complaints by beneficiaries where possible.



KRD envisions a "poverty-free, empowered and democratic society which is guided by the values of equity, transparency, accountability, inclusion and respect”.

Livelihood Support

The objective of this programme is to assist the community generate self- sustaining incomes through small enterprises. The Community Livelihood improvement activities include Planning and promoting income activities such as family farms, small scale farming and introduction of new farming methods and techniques.

Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)

The objective of this area of operation is to increase availability of clean water to the target communities through construction and rehabilitation of water sources, formation of water committees at district and village level, promote sanitation and hygiene.

Peace Building and Conflict Resolution

The organization, in a bid to bring peace and reconciliation in the region has mediated between two warring clans. The cause has been as a result of dispute over grazing land. All the stolen livestock has been returned to the respective owners and peaceful co-existence now exists among the clans.