National Health and Development Organization

Research & Community Projects

National Health and Development Organization

Health Research

Since 2007 National Health and Development Organization has participated in research in partnership with IPAS Kenya, World Health Organization (WHO), Johns Hopkins University and Indiana University School of Public Health to carry out research and training on community health. NAHEDO has been conducting free medical camps targeting members of underprivileged communities. 

Black Soldier Fly Project

NAHEDO is working with Modi Forest Accacia Homes (MFAHL) farm the only location in Homa Bay County that has successfully established a black soldier fly larva-processing.

NAHEDO and MFAHL farm will train black soldier fly handlers from Tom Mboya University to establish and manage a new organic waste management site.

Community Development

NAHEDO has been quite active in maintaining its relations with community care providers through regular networking visits.

We have participated in various outreach programs in which VCT services and HIV/AIDS awareness seminars are carried out. 

Environmental Conservation

NAHEDO together with stakeholders in Central Kabuoch sensitized and mobilize community members to plant trees and protect the environment.

Until now  50,000 seedlings have been given out to community members in Kabuoch location, Maram Center. 

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