Kivulini Trust is registered under the Trustees Act, Laws of Kenya as a non-profit, non-political institution that exists to reconnect pastoralist and other minority groups of Northern Kenya.
They draw on the wisdom inherent in their communities’ traditional cultural systems and practices, and believe in their power to shape their own destiny - in order to create sustainable livelihoods and inspire the protection and celebration of their rich cultural and natural heritage.
A progressive society that cherishes and celebrates its culture, respects its natural environment and enjoying social harmony and prosperity.
The Trust holds very strongly that rapid and enduring change is possible when communities are able to harness and grow own resources and initiate their own solutions on development issues affecting them.
To support pastoralist, fishing and other minority communities in the northern rangelands of Kenya sustain their cultural and natural heritage, and to realize their socio-economic aspirations
To promote and support the perpetuation of cultural knowledge and practices and to facilitate positive change by building on the existing cultural strengths, indigenous knowledge and natural resources management know-how for the realization of holistic and sustainable development.
Their objective is to support pastoralist communities in the rangelands of Northern Kenya maintain their cultural and natural heritage, and to realize their aspirations for positive change.
Transparency and accountability