Opportunites and necessacity concerning socio-economic developement in Kenya at a macro-economic level is widely researched and well known. Living and employability conditions of a vast majority of Kenyans (including the Makoengini village and Kwale district) are far from normal. An increasing number of people are still unable to access some basic requirements such as clean water, shelter, clothing and employment.
In our quest to contribute towards the social upliftment of Makoengini village we have seen several developements since our inception. Our micro-credit project has helped people start small businesses. Villagers have been connected to electricity enabling families to use electricty in more ways. Rafikikenia sponsored carpentry workshop and community market places have helped add to the economic income of a number of familes.