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 

Health care and Nutrition

·         Improve the general health of the target areas by increasing to improved primary health care.

·         Increase access to maternal and child health services in the underserved communities.

·         Improve and sustain access and utilization for women and children of integrated essential quality nutrition services.

·         Promotion and support for optimal IYCF activities.

·         Management of acute malnutrition activities through IMAM (integrated management of acute malnutrition) and hold community based workshops for community members on early detection and referral system.

·         Households to use family and community care practices and life skills that impact on child survival, growth and development including child protection components.


·         Prevention of FGM/C and gender based violence against women and girls particularly women IDPs.


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.