Our mission is to build the capacity of the people of Lwala to advance their own comprehensive well-being.
Last week, Executive Director James Nardella and Kenya Program Director Robert Kasambala traveled to Arusha, Tanzania to take part in a three-day meeting with our partner, Segal Family Foundation. Over 150 Segal Family Foundation partners participated in the collaborative and inspiring gathering. James Nardella moderated a panel on “Strategies for Reaching Underserved Populations” and a [...]
We are excited to announce that Lwala Community Alliance has been invited to be members of Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) in 2014! In 2009, Lwala Co-Founder Dr. Milton Ochieng’ was invited to attend the CGI Annual Meeting. At the meeting, Lwala made a formal commitment to “Safe Motherhood” in order to enhance the quality and [...]
August 19th, 2014
"When responsible NGOs work together, often across sectors, we gain efficiencies of scale in the delivery of highly-specialized services. In the end, larger swaths of the population are touched by not just one, but an array of these life-improving inputs and we begin to see our combined efforts improve lives in meaningful and lasting ways."
Honored to be featured in The Huffington Post, thanks to Kenya Education Fund (KEF) and Segal Family Foundation. The world DOES need more #Partnerships.
Wiggle Room - Making a case for NGO partnerships
Guest post by Bradley Broder, founder and executive director of Kenya Education Fund, a partner of Segal Family Foundation. The spread of the Ebola virus in West Africa will eventually be contained and the civil wars in South Sudan, Congo and other...