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Working with the world's poorest people to transform their lives

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Concern Worldwide has been helping people to come together and solve problems in their local communities.

Evaluation of Concern Worldwide's Kenya's Kerio Valley cash transfer pilot (KVCTP) April – June 2008 by Mike Brewin, Development Consultant. 

Read the evaluation report of Concern Worldwide's post-election violence recovery (PEVR) programme in Kenya by Ian MacAuslan, Oxford Policy Management. Concern’s (PEVR) programme was a cash transfer programme operating in Kenya following the violence after the election in late 2007. 

This document outlines key facts and statistics about Kenya.

Heidi Alexander MP recently travelled to Kenya to see firsthand the problems there. This is her account of the experience.

Anne O'Mahony, Concern's country director for Kenya, explains what humanitarian work can mean in this blog post.

All children have the right to an education. In Kenya, we’re working with partners to make sure this is a reality especially for the most vulnerable communities in the slums.

In some of Kenya’s poorest slums, Concern is providing emergency assistance by distributing cash using mobile phones. So far, this has proven to be extremely successful.

I’ve recently returned from Nairobi, having attended the first meeting of the board of the Consultative Group for International Agricultural Research (CGIAR). This title is quite a mouthful so I need to provide some background and history of the CGIAR.

In November 2009, we launched a Christmas appeal to help some of the poorest families in rural Kenya by providing them with life-saving food parcels.

Concern is providing emergency food vouchers and cash aid to some of Kenya’s poorest people.