Sustainable Farming program

Family farmers possess immense potential to be powerful agents of change in combating poverty, hunger, malnutrition, food insecurity, and the impact of climate change. Do you share this belief? If so, partner with us in removing the barriers that have continuously hindered their contributions and help these farmers fulfill their dreams. Here's how you can get involved!

Convincing pastoralists to grow crops
Support Family Farmers Field School.

Civicom Aid improves Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) to help family farmers shift from growing crops solely for food to growing crops for both food and profit. This is done by integrating indigenous farming practices like: c

crop rotation, seed selection, zai planting pit, organic manure, zero tilling, biocontrol agents, and crop calendar. 



Health Care Program

The Maternal Health with Health Care program prioritizes the well-being of mothers and children through antenatal care, skilled birth attendance, postnatal care, nutrition support, and early childhood development. This comprehensive program ensures healthy pregnancies, safe deliveries, and optimal child development.

Zero Malaria Drive

Your contribution to the Zero Malaria Drive will assist us in purchasing and distributing 45,000 treated mosquito nets and promoting larvicides. This initiative aims to decrease the prevalence of malaria, thereby reducing mother and child mortality rates in hard-to-reach areas.

Training Birth Attendants

The Training Birth Attendants is an initiative designed to provide comprehensive training and education to birth attendants who lead a group of 20 women called the Birth Champion Group. The goal of this initiative is to assist in reducing mother and child mortality rates.

Convincing pastoralists to grow crops
We work in rural and dryland areas

Civicom Aid operates in difficult-to-access remote locations, specifically rural, dryland, and slum areas within low-income countries.

Inclusive Education program

Education is transformative. When children and youth are prepared to attend school, learn, and acquire the necessary skills for their personal and professional lives, they can build more hopeful and prosperous futures for themselves, their families, communities, and countries. The aim is to enable school-age children to access education.

Teaching deaf learner
Leen Special School

Help us build a school for deaf and mute children, who currently gather on Saturdays at a nearby school for learning, but face isolation from their own family members. This initiative aims to prevent isolation, promote education, and boost their self-esteem.

Out of school
Civicom Children in Need - Bondeni

Help us build a school to bridge the educational gap for excluded children living 30 km away from the nearest school. Together, we can break the cycle of exclusion and make a meaningful impact!

Bangala Youth Hub

Please consider funding the establishment of the Bangala Youth Hub, where young people can learn entrepreneurship, life skills, computer skills, and access online job ads. The objective of the hub is to promote youth employment opportunities and alleviate poverty.

Out of school
Likoni Youth Hub

Help us reintegrate out-of-school children and retain those at risk of dropping out. We address this by paying tuition fees and providing school materials which often contribute to their dropout rates. Our goal is to increase enrollment, reduce dropouts, and promote education.

Kyani Nyanza Primary School
Kyani Primary School

Join us in funding the construction of the Kyani school, which has persevered for 22 years without a classroom or toilet. By backing this noble cause, we can together boost enrollment, combat school dropout, uplift academic achievements, and eliminate the hardships of studying under trees.

school girls from fetching water
Kyani School Water Point

Please help us fund the Kyani School water point project, which aims to eliminate the need for a 15 km water fetch, reduce waterborne diseases caused by contaminated water, promote enrollments, and decrease school dropouts.

Home Biogas program

The program helps pastoralists convert organic waste into energy using biodigesters for lighting, heating, and cooking. Demonstration sites provide practical skills and hands-on experience. Tailored financing options overcome barriers for impoverished families to acquire and install biodigesters. This initiative mitigates climate change impact and promotes local job creation while reducing health issues caused by wood fuel smoke.

From Waste to Energy

The “From Waste to Energy” initiative aims to convert organic waste into biogas for lighting, heating, and cooking, using biodigesters. Its objectives include addressing health issues caused by wood fuel, mitigating climate change, and creating job opportunities for local youths to reduce poverty. Donate!

Demonstration Sites

By extending financial support, the Building Hope initiative makes it possible for families with limited resources to construct biodigesters, thereby empowering them to generate and make use of biogas within their households.

Building Hope

By extending financial support, the Building Hope initiative makes it possible for families with limited resources to construct biodigesters, thereby empowering them to generate and make use of biogas within their households.

Our Partners

Raising A Scholar
NUST University
Gods Hands
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