What We Do
we empower Youth and women economic empowerment Income generating activities through permaculture, arboriculture, cultivation organics products.
At Rehori we carry out;
climate action, and conservation, human rights, and ethics, GBV & PSEA awareness, prevention, refferal mechanism; and Drama for peace and talent growth.
We are Empowering women and youth through;
Social entrepreneurship, permaculture,financial litteracy adult education English course and remedial classes for CBC and slow learners.
At REHORI, we understand that every student learns at their own pace, and we believe that with the right support and guidance, every student has the potential to excel academically. That's why we are proud to introduce our Remedial Classes, specially designed to empower slow learners and help them unlock their full academic potential.We are working with AFAO(ALLIANCE FOR AFRICAS ORPHANAGES) to boost their accademic potential
we are proud to announce our collaboration with AFAO(ALLIANCE FOR AFRICAS ORPHANAGES), an organization committed to transforming the lives of refugees and displaced communities. Together, we are introducing a life-changing initiative called "Junior Sport" in Kakuma Refugee Camp and Kalobeyei Integrated Settlement. This project is designed to bring the transformative power of sports and recreation to the young residents of these communities, fostering a sense of belonging, empowerment, and hope.
We are proud to introduce its groundbreaking service – "Permaculture and Economic Recovery" – tailored to transform the lives of refugees and their host communities in the arid and challenging environment of Kakuma Refugee Camp and Kalobeyei integrated. This innovative program combines the principles of permaculture with economic empowerment strategies to address the unique challenges of sustaining livelihoods and fostering self-reliance in one of the world's most arid regions.This Program Responses to GBV by creating job opportunities.
We introduce our innovative "Social Entrepreneurship Program" aimed at empowering residents of Kakuma Refugee Camp and Kalobeyei Integrated Settlement. This transformative program is designed to harness the entrepreneurial spirit within these communities, equipping individuals with the skills, resources, and support they need to create sustainable businesses that make a positive impact on their lives and the community at large.
Gender Based Violence(GBV).
REHORI is proud to offer comprehensive Gender-Based Violence (GBV) support services in Kakuma Refugee Camp and Kalobeyei Integrated Settlement, extending a lifeline to those affected by the devastating consequences of GBV. Our mission is to provide a safe, empowering, and healing environment for survivors while working tirelessly to prevent and combat GBV within the refugee and host community populations. REHORI's GBV services represent a beacon of hope, solidarity, and resilience in the face of adversity.
Female Genital Multilation(FGM).
Female Genital Mutilation, a harmful traditional practice, involves the partial or complete removal of the external female genitalia.At REHORI, we are committed to promoting gender equality and ensuring the well-being and dignity of women and girls. Our flagship program in Kakuma Refugee Camp and Kalobeyei Integrated Settlement focuses on eradicating Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) through education, awareness, and support.
Engage Male Through Accounatable Practice(EMAP)
we are committed to fostering inclusive and sustainable communities within refugee camps and settlements. Our "Engage Male Through Accountable Practice (EMAP)" program is designed to empower and engage male residents within Kakuma Refugee Camp and Kalobeyei Integrated Settlement. This innovative initiative seeks to address gender disparities, promote gender equality, and enhance community cohesion by involving male individuals in accountable practices that contribute to the overall well-being of the entire community.
Starting Awareness Support Action(SASA).
REHORI is proud to introduce the Starting Awareness Support Action (SASA) program at Kakuma Refugee Camp and Kalobeyei Integrated Settlement. SASA is a comprehensive and innovative initiative aimed at empowering refugees and host community members by fostering awareness, providing essential support, and promoting actionable solutions to improve the overall quality of life in these communities.
Prevention Sexual Exploitation and Abuse(PSEA).
we are dedicated to creating safe and secure environments within Kakuma Refugee Camp and Kalobeyei Integrated Settlement. Our Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) service is a critical component of our commitment to safeguarding the rights and dignity of all individuals living in these communities. PSEA is a comprehensive program aimed at eradicating sexual exploitation and abuse, protecting vulnerable populations, and promoting a culture of respect and accountability.
Sexaul Harassment Exploitation and Abuse (SHEA).
we are committed to creating safe and dignified living environments for the residents of Kakuma Refugee Camp and Kalobeyei Integrated Settlement. Recognizing the pressing need to address the critical issue of sexual harassment, exploitation, and abuse (SHEA) that affects vulnerable individuals in these communities, we have launched the Sexual Harassment Exploitation and Abuse (SHEA) Support Program.
People with Special Needs(PSN).
we are dedicated to fostering a community of inclusivity and empowerment, where every individual, regardless of their unique needs, is given the opportunity to thrive. Our "People with Special Needs (PSN)" service, based in the Kakuma Refugee Camp and Kalobeyei Integrated Settlement, is a vital initiative aimed at improving the lives of the most vulnerable members of our community.
Violence Against Women and Girls(VAGWG).
we are committed to creating safer and more inclusive communities for the most vulnerable individuals, particularly women and girls. Our flagship program, "Violence Against Women and Girls (VAGWG)" is designed to address the pressing issue of gender-based violence in Kakuma Refugee Camp and Kalobeyei Integrated Settlement, two dynamic and diverse communities in northern Kenya.
we proudly offer a comprehensive suite of services dedicated to supporting and empowering the LGBTIQ+ community in the Kakuma Refugee Camp and Kalobeyei Integrated Camp. Our mission is to create safe, inclusive, and affirming spaces where individuals of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and expressions can access the support and resources they need to lead fulfilling lives, despite the unique challenges they may face.