Our Vision & Mission
We are committed to breaking the cycle of poverty by empowering communities in Africa and beyond to improve their standards of living. We support this process by using a robust, adaptable and well-governed model for sustainable development that puts each community firmly in control of tailoring realistic, achievable and sustainable programmes to suit their own social, cultural and environmental context.
Direct & Indirect Beneficiaries from Reignite’s development areas.
- Water Assessment
- Lake Study
- Water Supply
- Tippy tap
- Waste Management
- Urban Planning
- Ngong Farmers
- Pigs for Pikin
We support local communities to achieve gender equality and empower women and girls.
We do this by mainstreaming gender into how we work as an organisation, how we design project interventions with our partners and how we engage with local organisations.
We ensure people with disabilities participate in our development work and promote their inclusion in all aspects of life: education, employment and cultural activities among the local communities.
People with disability are often amongst the poorest and most marginalized people in communities. Therefore, we believe that people with disabilities have the right to participate in and benefit from our projects.
Climate change will have wide-ranging effects on the environment and on socio-economic sectors, including water resources, agriculture and food security, human health, terrestrial ecosystems and biodiversity and coastal zones.
Reignite Action for Development delivers local communities knowledge on potential climate change-related hazards and how to possibly respond to those.
Strengthen the capacity of local communities to sustainably improve their agricultural production, income generation and food security.
Professionalise and revitalise local communities’ agricultural sector by improving farmers’ agricultural skills and levels of productivity, whilst helping them to build viable agribusiness through developing their ability to reach larger more profitable markets and gain access to finance.
Support local communities in developing water resource management strategies and devising water, hygiene and sanitation (WASH) service delivery systems that respond to their needs but are respectful towards the surrounding environment.
Work with local communities to identify and design water resource management strategies that balance existing water needs and promote environmental sustainability in the long-term.
Support local communities to ensure a sustainable usage of the existing natural resources.
We will work with local communities to identify the existing natural resources including water resources, forest and wildlife, and facilitate the best strategies to manage and protect. We will bring a Natural Resources management approach, which includes land, water, soil, plants and animals with a particular focus on how management affects the quality of life for both present and future generations. It brings together land use planning, water management, biodiversity conservation and the future sustainability of economic activities such as agriculture, tourism, fisheries, mining and forestry.