Improved and sustainable livelihoods of children, caregivers and vulnerable communities through environmentally sound interventions focusing on quality to promote positive change.
SeedPower works with the vulnerable and children with special needs, those that are at risk and their families in the following programs:
The Grinnell Family Campus
SeedPower Education Center GF Campus was established in 2021 to offers education to the vulnerable, children at risk and children with special needs in Nyakach community. This center currently serve 80 pupils.
SeedPower Education Center (Oyugis Campus)
SeedPower Education Center Oyugis Campus was established in January 2019 to offers education to the vulnerable, children at risk and children with special needs in Oyugis community. This center has has 188 pupils.
We educate, equip and empower these children to become Godly leaders and agents of community transformation.
Teacher Outreach and Training Program
SeedPower Foundation, in partnership with Little Light House- USA, conducts teacher development training on working with children with special needs. A total of 1738 Special Need and ECDE Teachers , Social workers, Parents of Special Need children, Community Leaders and Community Based Organizations, selected across the 47 counties in Kenya, have been reached through this program.
Sustainable Food Project
The Sustainable Food Project is being put in place to provide our learners and SeedPower communities at large with the correct nutrition and also to equip them with hands-on agricultural skills through the creation of sustainable agriculture endeavors. Through this project, we are determined to expand the status of farming in our communities beyond the current level of subsistence farming.
The Sustainable Food Project is set to include the following:
Poultry farming, Aquaponics, Regenerative gardening, Dairy farming.
Deu 8:7 For Jehovah your God brings you into a good land, a land of brooks of water, of fountains and depths that spring out of valleys and hills.
School and community water program.
SeedPower provides water to the campuses in Oyugis and Nyakach and to the community as well. The community and school water project in Oyugis serves 188 students and 360 community members. The water project in Nyakach serves 80 students and 290 families in the community.
SeedPower offers community and family outreach programs. We reach out to disadvantaged families in Nyakach and Oyugis communities through relief food programs. We reach out to teenage girls in our community with hygiene supplies. SeedPower also advocates for the rights of children at risk and children with special needs. We reach out to teenage boys to train them against substance and drug abuse which may lead them to depression and crime.
Through this program, a total of 3,600 people have been reached