The Tikvah Center

Nurturing Care for ECD

  “When the CHV referred me to take my child to the hospital for further management, I was very reluctant until she had to threaten me that she was going to inform the authorities. I later reluctantly accepted to go to the hospital where I was educated on how to take care of the baby […]


Promoting better agricultural practices of drought-tolerant crops among youths in Central Gem Ward, Siaya County

Part of the Tikvah’s 50 Smallholder farmers Group Leaders who participated in the Africa Harvest DTC Training receiving seeds. ICRISAT trained the members in community seed production and supported them with foundation seed. These farmers used the foundation seed to produce community seed. Through the project, they learnt about the need for sustainable seed systems […]


Drought Resistant Crops and Home Gardens: One Answer to Global Hunger

A large-scale, climate-induced, humanitarian crisis is unfolding in the Horn of Africa, and 3.1 million people in Kenya are in urgent need of humanitarian assistance. As of March 2022, 14 million people are severely food insecure in the Horn of Africa, and acute malnutrition rates have increased considerably, affecting 5.5 million children Through a collaborative […]


Movements Building Through Community Study: Intersectional and Intergenerational Linkages for SRHR Advocacy in Siaya County

As part of efforts to shift norms and raise individual and community awareness, TikVah’s Adolescent and Youth for Awareness, Agency, Advocacy, and Accountability (AW4A) project in partnership with the faith and local communities are undertaking trainings and stigma reduction workshops to address attitudes and/or misconceptions around gender and Sexuality. This includes using activities like body […]