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We are very grateful

ALIN would like to acknowledge the support of the following organisations, foundations, and funding bodies. Without their support, none of our projects would be possible. We are very grateful to all of them.

The Ford Foundation is a resource for innovative people and institutions around the world. The foundation was established to advance human welfare, and all its work flows from this fundamental commitment. The foundation seeks to create political, economic and social systems that promote peace, human welfare and the sustainability of the environment on which life depends. The Foundation was chartered in 1936 by Edsel Ford. www.fordfound.org


Oxfam Novib is the Dutch affiliate of the international Oxfam organization. It is an association dedicated to establishing a fair world with no poverty in it. The organization is based in The Hague. Oxfam Novib was founded under the name Novib in 1956 and it operates through projects and lobby locally and internationally because poverty and injustice are global problems and are about unjust economic and political relationships. www.oxfamnovib.nl


Institute of Development Studies (IDS) is a leading global organisation for research, teaching and communications on international development. IDS was founded in 1966 and enjoys an international reputation based on the quality of its work and its commitment to applying academic skills to real world challenges. Its purpose is to understand and explain the world, and to try to change it. www.ids.ac.uk


CARE International launched Adaptation Learning Programme for Africa (ALP) in 2010. Its overarching goal is to increase the capacity of vulnerable household in Sub-Sahara Africa to adapt to climate variability and change .The programme is supported by UKaid from the Department for International Development, and The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland and the Austrian Development Cooperation. CARE International supports production of special issues of Joto Afrika through ALP. www.careclimatechange.org/adaptation-initiatives/alp

Act Change Transform (Act!) is one of the largest Kenyan non-governmental organizations working in the field of Capacity Development and Grants Management. Established in September 2001 as Pact Kenya and rebranded in 2011 as a fully-fledged indigenous non-profit organization, Act! together with its implementing partners has contributed to country’s results in peace building and conflict transformation, democracy and human rights, livelihoods and environment and natural resource management. www.act.or.ke