FreeKenya Foundation (FKF) is established in the Netherlands in 2006 and registered as a Kenyan international NGO in 2012, with office in Kisumu.
FreeKenya is a facilitator in the development of value chains in Agribusiness. Working together with local communities in Kenya since 2007 and having a well driven team of experienced agricultural experts, FreeKenya understands the challenges farmers are undergoing including the youth. A simple observation reveals that a lot of fertile land lays idle and is underutilized, while the levels of poverty remain high.
Healthy empowered communities who are capable of sustaining their livelihoods and benefiting from value chains in agribusiness.
FreeKenya’s mission is to create social economic empowerment for vulnerable and marginalized communities through food security, income generation and environmental conservation for sustainable development of value chains in agribusiness.
To ensure food on the plate and money in the pocket via the MoneyGardenTM Concept
By 2020, 25.000 households are benefiting from their own MoneyGardenTM producing more diverse food than they consume, with access to safe water and reliable energy. 50% Of those households manage to become professional farmers resulting in a steady middle class income of at least 6 dollars a day.