Mama na Dada-Africa has partnered with
the following organizations
Village Volunteers is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that works in partnership with rural village and capacity-building programs to support the development of sustainable solutions for community survival, education, and growth.
Global Partners for Development works hand in hand with the people of East Africa to build sustainable solutions to end poverty.
United Nations Development Fund for Women is the women's fund at the United Nations, dedicated to advancing women’s rights and achieving gender equality. It provides financial and technical assistance to innovative programmes and strategies that foster women's empowerment. UNIFEM works on the premise that it is the fundamental right of every woman to live a life free from discrimination and violence, and that gender equality is essential to achieving development and to building just societies.
The aim of the World Community Alliance Network (CAN) is to strengthen and support the capacity of visionary community leaders in highly under-developed rural areas to develop, expand and successfully achieve their locally-based projects and initiatives. These initiatives primarily support clean water generation for the communities, healthcare, education for orphans and vulnerable children and education and empowerment for women. Our aim is also to facilitate the transfer and spread of ideas and initiatives throughout these rural communities and beyond.
Vijana Maarufu Development Group [VIMA], founded by the Ministry of Home Affairs- Children Department in Kisumu, Kenya in July 2004, is a community based organization that deals with orphans and vulnerable children.
CustomDynamic.net is a web development company that supports the work of Mama na Dada by designing, hosting and maintaining this website.
Maritha Foundation, Mbita, Kenya
4H Clubs in Arizona, USA
Friends of Junya
Ramogi Achieng Oneko Foundation (RAOF), Nairobi, Kenya
PLAN Internation, Bondo Kenya