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Our Vision

A just and equitable society that recognize and upholds human rights and the fundamental freedom of indigenous peoples

Core Values

  • Commitment to serve the needy and marginalized people,
  • Justice and equity, human rights for all,
  • Community involvement and participation at all levels,
  • Gender equity and equality,
  • Transparency, accountability and professionalism,
  • Commitment to serve and protect the environment,
  • Networking and partnership

Our Mission

To promote, facilitate and create an enabling environment to realize human rights, secure natural resources and livelihoods for sustainable development of indigenous peoples’; mainly the Maa speakers.

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    Livelihood Program

    Improve food security of the Pastoralist living in the Arid and Semi-Arid areas of Eastern Africa

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    Land & Natural Resources Management Program

    To contribute towards Maasai pastoralist community access to and control of land and natural resources for sustainable use.

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    Governance Program

    To lobby and advocate for legal and policy frameworks that protect and promote the interests of Maa and facilitate peaceful coexistence of different communities.

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    Gender & HIV/AIDS Response Program

    To reduce the community vulnerability to HIV/AIDS and opportunistic infections and integrate and mainstream HIV/AIDS in all programs in the area of focus

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    Girl Child Education & Women Empowerment Program

    To advocate for girl child education in the through protection from harmful cultural practices and access to equal opportunity in terms of education.

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    Indigenous Peoples Assistance Facility (IPAF)

    To empower indigenous peoples’ communities and their organizations to foster their self-driven development based on their identity and cultures

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    Climate Change

    To increase awareness on climate change and REDD+, and national forest conservation policies and laws among indigenous peoples’ Communities through active Participation

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    Forests Conservation and Community capacity building

    To enhance the capacity and knowledge of forest-dependent IPs in order to engage more meaningfully in the REDD+, FCPF Policies and Dialogue

ANNOUNCING THE TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE (TAC) DECEMBER 14, 2016

Jan 13, 2017 by Elijah Toirai Category: Uncategorized 0 comments Tags: #FCPFproject, PanAfrica, TAC

ANNOUNCING THE TECHNICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE – MPIDO DEC 2016 This is to inform all stakeholders that we received a total of 9 applications from nine (9) countries by the deadline set for the expression of interest to serve in the TAC (Technical Advisory Committee) supporting the Project. MPIDO has since completed the process of reviewing […]

A Gender Position paper on CLIMATE CHANGE FOR AFRICA Nov 2016

Nov 06, 2016 by musau Category: Uncategorized 0 comments

 A POSITION PAPER on The role of Traditional Knowledge in respect to Indigenous Women and Climate Change Adaptation. MPIDOs Gender Position paper on CLIMATE CHANGE FOR AFRICA

Re : Publicité: Expression d’intérêt (EDI) Spécialiste en Genre

Sep 06, 2016 by Elijah Toirai Category: Uncategorized 0 comments

Re : Publicité: Expression d’intérêt (EDI) Spécialiste en Genre Pan-africain Forêt dépendant peuples autochtones (FCPF) Programme de renforcement des capacités sur le Projet REDD+ Date : 5 septembre 2016                                                         Référence: EOI : 012/ FCPF/2016 MPIDO est l’intermédiaire régional pour le Programme de renforcement des capacités de forêt dépendant peuples autochtones soutenu par le FCPF/BM pour la région […]

Our Partners

  • 1. IWGIA
  • 11. TETEBBA
  • 12. NORAD
  • 13. Development & Peace
  • 14. MISEREOR
  • 15. IFAD
  • 16. World Bank
  • 17. Oxfam Ireland
  • 18. Tamalpais Trust
  • 19. Ford Foundation
  • 2. European Union
  • 20. CanAssist