Our findings to establish other causes of post election violence, found out that youth actively participated in the post election violence due to high unemployment rate amongst them. This prompted the organization to work around issues of the youth.
Afri-Link is currently working with community groups to build their capacity on issues of governance and leadership. Starting from 2003 till now, Afri-Link has been involved in introducing and promoting good governance issue to the community in the North Rift Region mainly the youth and women.
In the year 2010 the organization was contracted by Committee of Experts on Constitutional Review to carryout civic education activities in Marakwet West and Trans Nzoia East district on the new constitution 2010.
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The demand for bamboo seedlings is on the rise. This is why we started producing bamboo seedlings to promote bamboo farming in North Rift.
Through support from European Union through KALRO-Coffee Research Institute, we established a coffee nursery to promote coffee production in North Rift.
The nursery has a capacity of 50,000 seedlings per season.
We are currently promoting fruit farming in North Rift. Some of the popular fruits includes grafted bananas.
We work on food security. We promote coffee and fruit farming in Trans Nzoia and neighboring counties in North Rift and Western Kenya.
The organization partners with the government of Kenyan through Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation, and other partners to strengthen response to health, HIV prevention and care in the North Rift Valley.
Afri-Link has in the last two years entered into a strategic partnership with Marakwet District Peace Committee (DPC) in a concerted effort to combat and forestall incidences of cattle raids and general insecurity in Marakwet West district and Trans Nzoia East.