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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

Expression of Interest: Inception Workshop Facilitator

Aug 29, 2016 by Elijah Toirai Category: Uncategorized 0 comments

TERMS OF REFERENCE Expression of Interest: Inception Workshop Facilitator Background The Forest Carbon Partnership Facility (FCPF) was launched in 2007 as a result of strong interest of developing countries in REDD, and a clear demand from both industrialized and developing country governments for a mechanism that would help forested countries reduce emissions from deforestation and […]


Aug 11, 2016 by Elijah Toirai Category: Uncategorized 0 comments

Pan-African Civil Society and Forest Dependent Indigenous Peoples FCPF Capacity Building Program on REDD+ Project Capacity Building and awareness raising Actions for Southern Civil Society, Local Communities and Forest -Dependent Indigenous peoples, on REDD+ in Africa Project   This is to inform all stakeholders that we received a total of 126 applications from twelve (12) […]


Aug 11, 2016 by Elijah Toirai Category: Uncategorized 0 comments

 Société civile Panafricaine et Peuples autochtones dépendant des forêts Programme de renforcement des capacités sur le projet de  REDD+  Renforcement des capacités et Actions de sensibilisation de la société civile du Sud, Communautés Locales et peuples autochtones dépendant des forêts, sur le projet de REDD+ en Afrique   Ceci est pour informer tous les participants […]

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