Our Vision: Healthy Communities

Our mission: To empower communities and organization to be in control

Our History

Support for Tropical Initiatives in Poverty Alleviation (STIPA) is a national non-governmental, non-profit organization registered with the NGOs Coordination Board of Kenya on 25th September 1997. STIPA is based in Kisumu County with a satellite base in Narok County (Transmara West Sub County). STIPA has a presence in 7 counties in Western Kenya namely Bungoma, Busia, Homa Bay, Kisumu, Narok, Siaya, and Vihiga.

Support for Tropical Initiatives in Poverty Alleviation (STIPA) is a national non-governmental, non-profit organization registered with the NGOs Coordination Board of Kenya on 25th September 1997. STIPA is based in Kisumu County with a satellite base in Narok County (Transmara West Sub County). STIPA has a presence in 7 counties in Western Kenya namely Bungoma, Busia, Homa Bay, Kisumu, Narok, Siaya, and Vihiga.




Our Work

Our niche is the delivery of training, advisory, and mentorship services on an integrated program that focuses on the sectors of health, economic empowerment, livelihoods, adolescents, and youth. Our strengths are in public health, social enterprise (focusing on agribusiness) to enhance the performance and sustainability of projects. We incorporate best practices to achieve desired results that better serve our communities.


Strategy

- Facilitating communities and development actors to address shortcomings in top-down development using unique approaches that are anchored on the principles of sensitivity to potential gender, ethnic, socio-economic, and political conflicts..

- Mainstreaming public-private partnerships through the deliberate promotion of a multisectoral approach to development to improve the quality and relevance of critical services to the resource-poor communities.

- Empowering stakeholders to make their voices heard on issues that affect their lives and that of the communities.

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Activities

Donkey Vaccination day at Bondo Migwena Sub county for 200 donkeys. SCPO veterinary vaccinated 200 donkeys and identified wounds for welfare in the 2 subcounties in Bondo.

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Livelihood beneficiaries

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Tunza Punda beneficiaries

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Bean Value Chain beneficiaries

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CBHF beneficiaries