Harnessing Indigenous Potentials – Africa (HIPo-Africa). By: Consolata N. Tumwesigye Director: Capacity Building. FADSI-KALED Institutional Capacity Building Initiative Presentation to The HIV Capacity Building Summit - Hilton Hotel Nairobi –Kenya 17 th March 2011. Presentation outline.
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Consolata N. Tumwesigye
Director: Capacity Building
FADSI-KALED Institutional Capacity Building Initiative
The HIV Capacity Building Summit -
Hilton Hotel Nairobi –Kenya
17th March 2011
To sustainably build capacity of communities to improve their livelihoods through strengthening the linkages between indigenous knowledge and traditional systems; and biomedical health systems.
A transformed society with improved quality of life through application of indigenous knowledge and traditional systems.
- FASDI-KALED initiated in 2006
- Increasing levels of income poverty mainly due to the impact of HIV/AIDS pandemic
- Limited livelihood development initiatives
- Unconducive environment for livelihoods improvement
-Limited Capacity Building
-Limited markets for produce
Empower families and communities attain and live quality life in a sustainable manner
Families and communities having high standards of living
The initiative estimated financial breakdown throughout the process include;