We officially close down our offices on 15/12/2023 for festive holidays and we will resume on 15/1/2024.
We will be working from home and report to respective offices physically on 5/02/2024.
Kindly note that staffs and volunteers can be requested to be in the office physically before 5/02/2024 in case there is an urgency.
Merry Christmas 🎅 and Prosperous New Year 🥳🎉
Inuka Success Organization (ISO) is a youth led organization working in Kenya to Educate, Empower and Develop young people for good health, respect to human rights and sustainability. The organization was founded in 2012, registered in 2013 by adolescent girls and boys as a youth group and later in 2019 it was registered as community based organization.
Inuka Success work hand in hand with both local and international partners for a better and empowered society. Our primary focus population are: adolescent girl, youths and young women. We are currently actively implementing in Nyanza region and North eastern in Garisa county. Inuka success organization also works with girls and women who have been affected by displacement such within the refugee camps. We are Right Holder lead organization that is built on the basis of respect to humanity, Health for All, Human rights and holistic community transformation of the community through evidence informed approach and right holder centered interventions.
Work scope revolve around four major themes; Health and Gender, Environment, Education and Economic Empowerment. And our targeted population is adolescent, youths and young women. In all our program disability inclusion and gender mainstreaming is core, apart from our sexual gender based violence which is biased to women and girls.
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To create & support programs that enhance Health Promotions, Access to Education and Climate change Justice, through Advocacy, Social Enterprises, Capacity Building & Networking in Kenya.
An Empowered community.
We have achieved massive impact on societies around us!
Reached : 40,000 Trees Planted
20 young women trained on renewable energy interventions. Collected 2000 signed public petitions in western Kenya during CoP-21(Road to Paris).
Reached : 14,554 Beneficiaries
4554 reached during Zero teenage pregnancy campaign. 6571 sanitary pads distributed within schools and community.
Reached : 13,230 Beneficiaries
441 demand creation outreaches conducted, reaching 13230 services users/people. 841 youths benefited in out Art and sport HIV education program.
Reached : 41 Beneficiaries
41 beneficiaries for school support. 10 school based mentorship clubs formed
Reached : 10,000 Beneficiaries
Contributed in the development of: Kisumu county family health operational plan, Health Act 2019 regulations, Facility Improvement Fund Act 2021.
Take a look at what people say about US
Community-based organizations have partnered with the Kisumu county government This is in a bid to ensure that more people access affordable healthcare services.
Lack of trained personnel and financial resources at the county level continues to inhibit access to quality health care at the grassroots as envisaged in the constitution.