For generations, coastal communities have depended on fishing as their main source of livelihood, exposing them to environmental, social and economic shocks. Diversification of livelihoods is one way of cushioning against such shocks while adapting to drivers of change such as climate variability.


Our focus remains on nurturing sustainable and inclusive community-based enterprises and innovations that contribute to the eradication of poverty while securing food in the green and blue economies. By doing so, we are contributing to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) (SDG 2 – Zero Hunger and SDG 8 -Decent Work and Economic Growth), while working in line with Kenya Vision 2030.