COUNTY STAFF TRAINED ON GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) are powerful decision-making tools for any Institution since it allows the analyzation of environmental, demographic, and topographic data. Data intelligence compiled from GIS applications help to make informed decisions.

COUNTY STAFF TRAINED ON GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) are powerful decision-making tools for any Institution since it allows the analyzation of environmental, demographic, and topographic data. Data intelligence compiled from GIS applications help to make informed decisions.

COUNTY STAFF TRAINED ON GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) are powerful decision-making tools for any Institution since it allows the analyzation of environmental, demographic, and topographic data. Data intelligence compiled from GIS applications help to make informed decisions.

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COUNTY STAFF TRAINED ON GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION SYSTEM (GIS) UNDER NAWIRI PROJECT

Isiolo county staff from different departments have been trained on the use of geospatial information system which is a powerful decision-making tools for any institution since it allows the analyzation of environmental, demographic, and topographic data. Data intelligence compiled from GIS applications help institution make informed decisions. The program under NAWIRI project is a research and development program in Isiolo county to increase project and stakeholder understanding of the causes of acute malnutrition through a collaborative learning process involving local actors including communities, county institutions, civil society, and the private sector.  Designed effective multi-sectoral approaches to sustainably reduce acute malnutrition. Isiolo county has experienced recurring high rates of global acute malnutrition over the last decades, and there are indications that the problem is worsening, in spite of efforts made to address it. An approach is needed that addresses both the immediate and underlying causes of acute malnutrition, while also addressing the more basic or systemic drivers of these underlying causes.




FIELD SURVEYS, ASSESSMENTS AND DESK STUDIES



 MM/YYYY  FIELD SURVEYS, ASSESSMENTS AND DESK STUDIES   DOWNLOAD 
 10/2022  REPORT OF GEWE SURVEY TO MAINSTREAM GENDER EQUALITY AND WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN ALL DRiC PROJECT AT NATIONAL AND ISIOLO COUNTY LEVELS.  Download 
 09/2022  USAID NAWIRI Food and Market Systems: Background Paper   Download 
     
 04/2022

 Routine Data Quality Assessment Report for the Isiolo and Marsabit County Health System 


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 04/2022

 USAID Nawiri Learning Brief: Adapted Nutrition Friendly

Graduation Pilot

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 12/2021 THE EFFECTIVENESS OF DESIGNING INTERGRATED INTERVENTIONS TO IMPROVE HEALTH AND NUTRITION BEHAVIOURS ISIOLO COUNTY- DRiC   Download 
 11/2021

 USAID Nawiri Learning Brief: Malnutrition Hotspot

Mapping & Analysis

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 11/2021

Participatory Analysis and Co-Design of The Adapted Milk Matters Interventions 


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 11/2021  USAID Nawiri Learning Brief: Social and Behavior Change  Download 
 11/2021

 Use of Trials of Improved Practices (TIPs) to Improve Complementary Feeding, Including the Consumption of Preserved Foods, in Isiolo and Marsabit Counties, Kenya 


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 09/2021 Nawiri Desk Review: Government Sector Framework on Nutrition-Policies and Programs in Isiolo and Marsabit Counties  Download 
 09/2021  The Participatory Institutional Capacity Assessment (PICA) on

Implementing Multisectoral Nutrition Approaches in
Isiolo and Marsabit Counties

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 09/2021  Nawiri Desk Analysis: A Gender Youth and Social Dynamics Analysis to explore gender, social and cultural norms associated with Acute Malnutrition in Isiolo and Marsabit Counties of Kenya. 


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 09/2021 Desk Review Report: Understanding Nutrition and Health System Drivers of Acute Malnutrition in Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Kenya- Isiolo and Marsabit Counties. 


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 08/2021 Desk Study Report: Understanding the Role and Potential of The Private Sector in Addressing Acute Malnutrition in Isiolo and Marsabit Counties Desk Review Report  Download 
 08/2021 Isiolo Value Chain Analysis Final Reports-DRiC  Download 
 08/2021  Field Study Report: Understanding the Role and Potential of The Private Sector in Addressing Acute Malnutrition in Isiolo and Marsabit Counties 


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 07/2021 Nawiri Desk Study: Gender Gap Analysis in Isiolo and Marsabit   Download 
 07/2021 Nawiri Desk Study: Natural Resources Management and Nutrition in Isiolo and Marsabit Counties   Download 
 07/2021  Nawiri Desk Study: Drivers of child malnutrition in the Kenya arid and semi-arid lands   Download 
 06/2021  USAID Nawiri Gender, Youth and Social Dynamics Analysis to Explore Gender, Social and Cultural Norms Associated with Acute Malnutrition in Isiolo and Marsabit Counties of Kenya  Download 
 5/2021  Baseline Monitoring and Evaluation Capacity Assessment Report, County of Isiolo.   Download 
2/2021  Field Survey Report- Disaster Information Management System (DIMS)  Download 
 9/2020  Baseline Report for Building Drought Resilience in Isiolo County Through Sustainable Livelihoods (DRiC).   Download 
      
     
     
     

DRIC PROJECT - VSF

Rapsu residents benefit from hay storage facility

Residents of Rapsu have been handed over a hay storage facility that was constructed by VSF under the DRIC project funded by European Union. The project is set to benefit Rapsu, Gafarsa, Mlanda nur, Korbesa, and Shambani.

Fodder Production and Marketing

Fodder Production Reap Much in Kinna Ward of Isiolo County

Lack of quality fodder, especially during drought, is a major limiting factor in improving livestock production in the Northern Areas of Kenya. The work undertaken to improve fodder yields and fodder quality through the introduction and evaluation of improved fodder production system championed by both the County government of Isiolo and Development partners has started working immensely. In recent years, Isiolo has grappled with drought diminishing the quality and quantity of livestock feeds. Compounding this is poor technical knowledge of fodder production and the unsustainable use of limited natural resources. In order to face the future successfully, farmers will have to adapt to changing and more extreme weather patterns, and will need to develop environmentally sustainable and efficient solutions to improve animal production. 

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Kinna Community Water Project

Commissioning of Water Project in Kinna Ward of Isiolo County

Universal access to safe drinking water is a fundamental need and human rights. Securing access for all would go a long way in reducing illness and death, especially among children. Access to a reliable clean and safe water source will unlock potential by returning time for study, and work. It is against this backdrop, that The Methodist church of Kenya Kinna branch has lifted the burden of searching for this precious commodity after securing partnership with the Water for The World organisation in drilling of a borehole in Kinna, Isiolo County. According to Hussein Dima representative of Water for The World said that the project is aimed at improving livelihoods of Kinna residents and Isiolo County at large. 

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NAWIRI PROGRAMMES

Launch of e-CIMES Platform in Isiolo County 

The Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) stage in any development project plays a pivotal role in ensuring projects are timely implemented and are within allocated budgets. To achieve real-time assessment of the development project’s data, the County Government of Isiolo led by Governor Mohammed Abdi Kuti has for the last six months working in partnership with USAID-Nawiri to move its M&E function to a digital platform. 

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