These are all economic activities that affects and is shaped by social processes. In general, it analyzes how modern societies progress, stagnate, or regress because of their local or regional economy, or the global economy. It touches on the ways that social and economic factors that influence the economy. All activities undertake through ZAF are aimed at impacting the community socially and economically.
– Orphaned and Vulnerable Children supported with either school fees, home clothes, school uniform, food and shelter.
– Guardians and opinion leaders trained on OVC response
– Established an Early childhood school in Lamu which was later adopted by the government hence sustainable
– Clubs supporting children established
– Orphaned and Vulnerable Children referred for legal services
– Established an Mpesa Paybill account to raise funds for OVCâ€™s
– Individuals counseled and tested on HIV/AIDS
– Men and women reached through HIV/AIDS behavior change educationÂ
– Annual medical camps
– Women referred for skilled delivery services
– PLHIV supported outside the health facility through home visits
– PLHIV reached with HIV prevention through outreach trainings
– House hold benefited from food for nutritional supplementation
– Latrines constructed in Lamu to improve sanitation
– Patients treated through ZAF Imara clinic.
To contribute towards improved livelihoods (economic, environment, natural resources and food security) and sustained social economic development with a focus on target communities.
This will refer to any type of local or outside support that aims to protect or promote psychosocial well-being or prevent mental disorders in the community. MHPSS may cover a wide range of issues including social problems, emotional distress, common mental disorders (such as depression and post-traumatic stress disorder) and alcohol and substance abuse.