DEVLINK
The pandemic has caused a global economic recession and as a result most households
Our Projects
Livelihood Programs Provision of water pumps to support groups for food security Our Services Education programs Providing vulnerable school girls with sanitary towels Our Services Health program Our Services Community Health volunteers on a community outreach Covid-19 Updates Coronavirus Disease Dashboard updates and activities Our Services kitchen garden Improving household income and nutrition Kitchen garden Slide New Layer Training on recycled paper production New Layer Our services Slide eCONOMIC EMPOWERMENT Women making handicraft products Slide GBV 16 days of activism against Gender Based Violence has began in earnest. Slide Health program End violence against women Slide Slide Health support Our Services Chv data review meeting at kitare health center Our Services

Development Knowledge Link Africa

IGA support to caregiver

our Identity

Our Identity
Development Knowledge Link – Africa (DEVLINK) was registered in Kenya in April 2003 as a civil society organization under
Our Identity
Development Knowledge Link – Africa (DEVLINK) was registered in Kenya in April 2003 as a civil society organization under the NGO Coordination Act, with the registration number OP.218/051/2003/0114/2624 as a national Non-partisan, Non-Government and Non-profit making organization with the aim of addressing human rights programs targeting women and children in the community. We are committed to the promotion of human rights for the most vulnerable members of the community with special emphasis on dignified livelihoods as the only guarantee to individual freedom.

OUR SERVICES

  • Re enrollment of school dropout teenage mothers

One of the domains addressed by DEVLINK  is schooled which ensures that all children of school going age are enrolled in school,
Maurine Achieng Ogolla is one of the adolescent teenage mothers that dropped out of school due to pregnancy in the wake of COVID 19 long holiday in which her uncles who sponsored her education now declined to pay her school fee since she got pregnant. .Population We Serve

Global covid19 pendemic

in partnership with Equity Bank Mbita Branch participated in the Healing Trees Initiative, a global initiative to commemorate the lives lost over the last two years due to the global COVID-19 pandemic.
This comes as an opportunity to take a pause, acknowledge lives lost, reflect on the lessons learnt, and heal together.

House Renovation support

Michael Ojwang is 64yrs old live in Nyadenda village with 10 children, being a peasant farmer Michael could afford to build a secure and spacious a house for the family, therefore he only manage to build a small thatched house where he share with
through the Devlink support 20 iron sheet house was constructed

women Economic empowerment documentary

What We Do