We are the first generation to feel the sting of climate change, and we are the last generation that can do something about it." -- Jay Inslee
Challenges to efficient environmental management and conservation through engagement, interaction and observation, and explore ways of solving them while exploring opportunities that may further the objective.
Systems and programs that best serve to solve the challenge and tap the opportunities, with the help of a team of able project designers. Every project is developed with keen interest on productivity and sustainability.
For meaningful, progressive and sustainable policies that uphold environmental management and conservation best practice, cushion local communities from environmental exploitation while supporting them for sustainability against climate change.
Who We Are
One vision Kenya is a youth led organization that works towards environmental conservation and management.
We design and implement projects towards socio-economic development of local communities, with a focus on advocacy, environmental education, sustainable utilization and management of natural resources.
We ideate, design and develop policies, programs, and campaigns around
environmental management and conservation, through partnership and collaboration with relevant
stakeholders, so that individuals and organizations may understand, appreciate and be involved with
management and conservation as a way of life for its benefits today and into the future.
We create models for sustainable waste management, develop and drive policies
around waste management and disseminate entrepreneurial skills through which young people may generate
income through environmental management and conservation-based enterprises.
Through training and mentorship, we purpose to nurture a generation of young
leaders who will be nature stewards and whose ideas and actions will further environmental management
and conservation in their communities.
We ideate, design and develop policies, programs, and campaigns around environmental management and conservation, through partnership and collaboration with relevant stakeholders, so that individuals and organizations may understand, appreciate and be involved with management and conservation as a way of life for its benefits today and into the future.
We create models for sustainable waste management, develop and drive policies around waste management and disseminate entrepreneurial skills through which young people may generate income through environmental management and conservation-based enterprises.
Through training and mentorship, we purpose to nurture a generation of young leaders who will be nature stewards and whose ideas and actions will further environmental management and conservation in their communities.
We run environmental management and conservation projects, in collaboration, partnership, and cooperation with local communities and government institutions.
Greening the Mind (GTM) nurtures nature stewards in building community resilience to climate change. The program promotes sustainable environmental practices through capacity building in schools and communities. It works to enhance the participation of school-going children and youth in environmental restoration. This is to enhance nutrition security in the working regions while providing them with alternative economic opportunities. With a focus on local communities, GTM provides a platform for environmental advocacy and for farmers to benefit from environmental education and learn values, skills, behaviors and lifestyles that can lead to job creation, improve food security and contribute to environmental sustainability.
Regreening Africa with Trees is an ambitious five-year
program that seeks to reverse land degradation among 500,000 households,
and across one million hectares in eight countries in sub-Saharan Africa.
This program supports the Government of Kenya’s commitment to restore 5.1 million
hectares of land as part of the Bonn Challenge and the Africa Forest Landscape Initiative (AFR100),
and 10% tree cover as outlined in the Constitution.
Regreening Africa with trees in Kenya aims to reverse land degradation
through trees on 150,000 hectares of land and contribute to food security for some 50,000
households by 2022. The program will support mind-set change and incentives for practicing
evergreen agriculture, enhancing farmer access to quality tree seedlings, and strengthening
farmer access to markets information services and profitable market participation around tree-based
value chains. led by World Vision Kenya with technical support from ICRAF, the project will
reach households through:
• Lead farmers as community change agents.
• School environmental clubs, churches and community groups.
• Model sites and exchange learning events.
• Tree based value chains.
The Devolution and Climate Change Adaptation (DaCCA II) is a 4-year program (2020-2023).
The component is overall managed by Sustainable Energy (SE) and is being supported by an agreement with CISU/Danida.
The program operates in Kisumu, Homabay and Migori counties to advocate for and enhance the integrations of climate change interventions into development and governance processes.
The aim of the DaCCA program is to see Vulnerable populations in Kisumu, Homa Bay and Migori counties at risk of natural hazards caused by climate change are increasingly supported by policies and components funded by devolution and climate change funds.
The DaCCA component is managed by a consortium of partners (operational and strategic) each at a designated working group:
• Suswatch-Advocacy &communication.
• C-MAD-Private Sector.
• OSENALA-Private Sector
• One Vision Kenya-Advocasy&Communication.
In Homabay county, the program operates in 4 wards, that is Wangchieng, Central Karachuonyo, Kochia East and Homabay Town East while for Migori county, Dacca operates in Masaba, South Kanyamkago, Central Kamagambo and Macalder Kanyarwanda wards.
To bring about actions that will lead to environmentally conscious generation, stewards of nature and whose actions contributes to a clean and healthy environment which can sustainably, support livelihoods, lead to better quality of life and just society for all.
To provide a platform for the young generation and community to benefit from environmental education and lean values, skills and lifestyles that ensure job creation, improve food security and enhance environmental sustainability.
One Vision Kenya has been involved with many local and international initiatives in environmental management and conservation. It has taken lead in championing for environmental conservation and management, and education through partnerships and collaboration with other organization, both governmental and non-governmental, for the purposes of realizing the objectives of the organization.
The organization is led by a team of exceptional young people who have dedicated their time and talents to serve their communities.
Ouma Don CollinsFounder and Chairman, Board of Trustees
Milton ObokaCo-founder and Executive Director
Nancy Ng’ong’aProject Assistant
Dennis BangeBoard Treasurer
David OdhiamboProject Assistant
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