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Kalyet Afya Foundation

Kalyet Afya Foundation (KAF) is a women-led Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) registered in Kenya with the NGO board in 2017 to operate in 5 counties; Nakuru, Baringo, Bomet, Kericho, and Narok. KAF is located at Sachangwan Location along Nakuru- Eldoret Highway in Molo Sub-County. KAF started its operation in 2019 to empower marginalized rural communities, particularly women and girls, to realize their SRHR, and access family planning and other health services. Additionally, KAF runs an environmental conservation program to improve community nutrition, provide fuel (tree pruning), increase income by selling fruits, and ultimately conserve the environment. We focus on 3 thematic areas: Health, Environment and Economic Empowerment.


To ensure marginalized rural communities fully realize their rights to health,
sexual reproductive health and family planning through provision of relevant information
and services and eradicate poverty by creating a communal space for women to work and
aspire for a better future through empowerment projects and creating a sustainable
environment through conservation.


Bernard Kipkorir Rutto, Director

Bernard is a qualified nurse, with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Kenya Methodist University currently pursuing his Masters. He has eight years’ experience as a nurse, trainer and lecturer, and has worked with KAF since they were founded in 2017.

Bernard has also regularly conducted consultancies to evaluate Ministry of Health and NGO projects focusing on primary health and reproductive health. Bernard’s skills spanning project evaluation, training in community health work and his nursing background give him the skills and expertise to manage this project to a high standard.


Lilian Langat, Finance and Administration Director

Lilian has a background in business management, holding an Masters in Business Administration from Kenyatta University. She has held positions as Chief Operating Officer, Human Resource and Administration Manager and project officer in various companies.

Transferring her experience gained in the business world, Lilian will bring excellent people skills and project management to this project.  Lilian has developed the NGO through assessing local needs, developing response plans, coordinating responses between civic, religious, governmental, and other organisations, and contributing to the delivery of quality health services.


Sanny Chuma, Project Officer

He has a degree in community development has worked with in various projects before. He has excellent expertise in project planning, assessment of housing needs and revitalization projects within a city or community.

Sanny is good in surveying and tracking needs, establishing plans for implementation, developing budgets and soliciting community input.


Past results

We run two projects in health and environmental conservation. In the past two years KAF reached 15,000 people.

The two projects contribute to:

  • Reduced unwanted pregnancies resulting in reduced unsafe abortions, with high health risks for women; and reduced teen pregnancies and thus more girls staying in school.
  • Reduced incidences of STIs, including HIV.
  • Women who can control when to have children (spacing), including improvement in women’s health; reduction of mortality in children below 5 years; and women who can engage in studies or income generating activities.
  • Trees planted by farmers and school children, resulting in a source of income, food as well as shelter, using the timber and fruits; prevention of soil erosion and purified air; and provision of shelter to wildlife.

Long-term results for people

Cost effectiveness

On average €2 per person reached.

KAF projects

Current campaign

Current campaign

Young Women Master Tailoring

In 1 year time, 10 young women will have a sustainable source of income from their tailoring and dressmaking businesses, the whole year round. Kalyet Afya Foundation (KAF) will be supporting women to become small business owners, which will lift them and their families out of extreme poverty.

Hairdressing to Improve Women Livelihood

Provide Skills to five financially disadvantaged women in hairdressing to enable them to set up their home and salon hairdressing business in the rural areas of Sachangwan division in Kenya.

Completed projects

Community Health

Total amount donations € 2641

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