Partners

Eco-Ethics could not carry out its work without the generous support of a range of donors and partnership organizations. Thank you to all our supporters past and present​​.

Foundation for Sustainable Development

FSD supports Eco Ethics through funding. That funding goes towards the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the Ganze Sanitary Towels Project, that has already seen 672 women and school girls sensitized and trained in basic reproductive health, menstrual hygiene management and making their own reusable sanitary towel.

Embassy of Japan

The partnership between the Embassy of Japan in Kenya and Eco Ethics started in 2013. The Japanese Embassy funds the ongoing fisheries project in MUNJE which seeks to build a facility that will enable improved fish handling and storage capacity.

Amkeni waKenya

Amkeni waKenya and Eco Ethics Kenya’s partnership started in 2011 in a civic education project, Elewa Katiba Mashinani, implemented in Kilifi County. Amkeni waKenya provides funding support as well as technical assistance. notably, Amkeni waKenya has played an important role in the development of the 2013-2018 strategic plan

Kenya Community Development Foundation

KCDF supports Eco Ethics Kenya through funding and technical support. the two organizations have partnered in the Youth Enterprise Development Initiative (YEDI) project of 2009/2010 that impacted over Ten youth groups in coastal Kenya and the Maji ni Uzima project in 2012/2013 implemented in Kongowea and Maweni slums.

International POPs Elimination Network

IPEN remains a key partner network particularly in regard to the chemicals program and information sharing in general. Through their International SAICM Implementation Project (ISIP), partnered with Eco Ethics in the two-phase project that significantly reduced the risks of exposure to lead waste produced by a nearby factory in Owino Uhuru slums between 2010 and 2013.

Terres De​s Femmes

Terres Des Femmes, a German organization working on women and human rights issues, joined Eco ethics through funding support to address the plight of school girls through promotion of home made reusable sanitary towels in the Ozi village of Tana Delta County in Kenya in a project in 2010/2011.

European Union

through the five year program, ReCoMaP, partnered with Eco ethics Kenya in a two year project that aimed to further integrated indigenous and modern fish processing and marketing in Tana Delta County from 2008 to 2012. The EU has also had contact with Eco Ethics Kenya indirectly as a key funding partner of Amkeni waKenya

UNDP/GEF Small Grants Programme

besides frequent partnership in several demonstration scale initiatives such as the celebration of World Environment Day, UNDP/GEF- Small Grants Programme partnered with Eco Ethics Kenya implementing a project that aimed at reducing unintentional Persistent Organic Pollutants (Dioxins and Furans) produced by the informal economy in Mombasa during the year 2009 to 2011

Kenya Wildlife Service

Kenya Forest Service

National Environment Management Authority (NEMA)

Kenya Agricultural Research Institute

Mombasa County Government

Fisheries Department of Kenya