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Who We Are And What We Do

We’re empowering communities in western Kenya to break the cycle of poverty by providing education, improving health and developing commerce through our sustainable income generating projects.

We believe children should not grow up in institutions in isolation from society because of poverty, sickness, disease or death of parents. Children should live in a loving family with dignity without being stigmatised by the cause of their vulnerability.

Our goal is to change lives for good.

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Nasio Vision 2020

We're working to make our Mumias & Musanda projects entirely self sustaining by 2020 so that we can help other impoverished communities in western Kenya... The countdown has begun! Find out more...


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When BBC South Today Came To Kenya (Part 2)

At the end of 2016 we were lucky enough to have the nice people from BBC South Today follow a group of young people to Western Kenya.

In this episode they shine a light on healthcare in Musanda as the young people help our staff to treat people for jiggers.

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When BBC South Today Came To Kenya (Part 1)

At the end of 2016 we were lucky enough to have the nice people from BBC South Today follow a group of young people to Western Kenya.

They filmed the experience of the group as they learned about the importance of the work undertaken by the Nasio Trust. Find out more and hear from Moses, the child who started it all 15 years ago - in this great video.

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Empowerment Through Unity: Rethinking Western Attitudes to Development Work

In recent decades, changing discourse from the United Nations has altered the focus of international relations from preventing interstate conflict to furthering the human security of individuals.

The UN Development Programme 1994 Human Development Report highlighted these new ideals of “freedom from want” and “freedom from fear” for all people, and claimed that this was the best way to overcome global insecurity.

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