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About Credee – CREEDEP

About Credee

team

With initial funding from AFFORD UK, Riana Development Network (RDN) introduced asset ownership program in Magina, western Kenya to contribute, mainly small ruminants and birds to vulnerable families towards better living standards. This later led to is a 2 years UKAID funded project, Creating Decent Employment Opportunities for youth and women (CREDEE) that creates the condition necessary to expand faming opportunities and “pull” partnerships towards market value chains. The project implemented by Riana Development Network (RDN) in 4 locations in Magina, Western Kenya, targets most vulnerable populations who are hanging at a risk of running bankrupt education and family needs.

Creating Decent Employment Opportunities for youth and women (CREDEE) is a 2 years DfID funded project under the Small Charity Challenge Fund (SCCF) that creates the condition necessary to expand faming opportunities and “pull” partnerships towards market value chains. The project implemented by Riana Development Network (RDN) in 4 locations in Western Kenya, targets most vulnerable populations who are hanging at a risk of running bankrupt education and family needs. CREDEE program operates in East, Central and South Kabuoch in Migori County, Western Kenya.

CREDEE program implements interventions that help beneficiaries meet the challenges of quality life and meeting daily family needs, including;

Agricultural practice: CREDEE program has trained 200 households on new farming techniques

Financing: CREDEE program has trained 200 households on new farming techniques

Aggregated small ruminants and poultry farming: CREDEE program has trained 200 households on new farming techniques

Climate Information: CREDEE program has trained 200 households on new farming techniques

Market value chains: CREDEE program has trained 200 households on new farming techniques

Governance and natural resource management: CREDEE program has trained 200 households on new farming techniques

Check out our
leadership list

Nancy Wachira

Nancy Wachira

M&E/Program Coordinator (Kenya)
George Owino

George Owino

Director of Programmes (Kenya)
Phelix Ouma

Phelix Ouma

Branding & Communications Officer
Givens Owino

Givens Owino

Agricultural Extension Officer

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The history of Riana
Development Network

Riana Development Network is a UK registered charitable organization orking with communities on education, youth empowerment, public health and food security both in the UK and Africa through International programme towards —world free from poverty where people have the ability to live life to their full potential.