Tree planting and water harvesting.
Through this approach community and water utilities help to conserve biodiversity, restore ecosystems, reduce water pollution and reduce the impact of climate change. GAF relies on WASPA network of 105 water utilities across the country and community groups to deliver its watershed-based approach.
Climate change and global warming.
Current climate change policies and actions in Kenya and world over do not provide effective support for community engagement in decision making nor sustainable livelihoods and environmental conservation. It is because of this that GAF has a climate change program that aims at strengthening the understanding and capacity of water services providers and the rural communities to take action against climate change as well as raise awareness nationally on the role of WSPs and the community in tackling climate change
Gender livelihood and Advocacy
At the grassroots level, GAF’s goal is to create climate-resilient communities through restoration and protection of forest, watersheds and the creation of sustainable livelihoods for communities in Kenya.GAF approach empowers communities to take action against climate change, impacts of which are already being witnessed across the country through food security and water harvesting activities (adaptation) and planting the appropriate tree species inappropriate places (mitigation)