The team aims to partner with AAK to create a strong identity for ActionAid in the UK as a leader on the rights of women and girls .Additionally the team shared learning experiences from the work AAK is doing with partners that has had positive impact on communities living in poverty and exclusion in 14 counties in Kenya. The team visited some of the partners in Mukuru Kwa Njenga and Mukuru Kwa Reuben in Nairobi, local rights programme offices in Bamburi and Kongelai to learn from the stories of change and experience how it is working with grassroot communities. The visit provided an opportunity for AAUK team to further improve fundraising strategies.
Among the AAUK team included; Helen Pattinson (Head of Individual Giving and Deputy Head of Fundraising), Alison Holder (Director of Policy Advocacy and Campaigns), a representative from AAUK fundraising and brand agency and the Director of Communications.
ActionAid Kenya is among the leading anti-poverty agencies working directly with over one million poor and excluded people in over 14 counties in Kenya.