Linking youths to job opportunity: 

In 2016, the group linked 6 youths to Evidence Action A research based organisation for an opportunity for the youths to work as casual employees. This enabled them to Gain work experience and this will help them to be competitive in the job market. The youths are:

  • Morgan Gerald
  • Amos Kitoto
  • Everline Mwalo
  • Francis Omondi
  • Elsie Collet
  • Paul Okal

Farming Projects:

This was the first project started by the group in 2014. The group trained and equipped Ten Members with poultry project these members kept layers, broilers and cockerels.

Future Activities on Poultry Project:

 The project  seek to establish a model farm for indigenous poultry farming. The project intends to establish an incubator, Hatchery, demonstration /dissemination, disease control unit, feed formulation unit and commercialization systems. The chicks, feeds and vaccines will be sold affordably in form of soft- loans to the women and youth groups in the informal settlement for rearing with in-build training for business from partner organization-Animal welfare for public health(AWAPH).Local extension services will be strengthened, and emphasis put on vaccination of chicks, formulation of low-cost feed resources, and design of low-cost housing. A major strategy will be to empower the owners through training and provision of a chicken farmers’ tailor-made credit facility, which by data on the chicken production cycle and the major bottlenecks along it.
Investing in indigenous chicken production is often low cost and  practical with such benefits:

  • They are easy to establish for low-income families.
  • They are more prolific and unproblematic to rear on small plots of land.
  • They are more genetically diverse, well adapted, and more resistant to local pests and diseases.
  • They are vital for future food security, leading towards self-employment and self-reliance.


Enhancing Environmental sustainability and climate change resilience program.

As Kenya’s population continues to grow, one of the major challenges posed is inadequate energy supply. This calls for technological innovations including increased access to and use of renewable energy sources. The increased volumes of fossil fuels like kerosene use pose not only environmental challenges through air pollution but also threaten the health of the people. Since the environment is the natural resource base, this calls for its conservation and protection. Due to the fact that non – renewable energy sources may get depleted over time, it is important that more efforts are geared towards adopting energy saving technologies.

The group has therefore worked towards environmental conservation. Here the group has mainly focused on tree planting, waste management and capacity building, renewable energy technologies, which involves promotion of and installation of environmentally friendly wood fuel domestic stoves.

Construction of a Biodigester

Youth Training Program:

  As we approach the next general Election in August 2017, there are speculations that what happened in 2007 might happen again this year, this is why Bidii Yetu self-help Group intends to organize Youth Solidarity Training Program (YSTP) between April-October 2017 for 20 youths who are between the age of 18-25 encompassing youths from […]