The Haller Foundation
The Haller Foundation
To provide and promote a model for economic development that is sustainable and environmentally sound, to the 27 communities we support, of approximately 25,000 people in rural Mombasa, Kenya
Our work is based on the techniques of the award-winning environmentalist, Dr. Rene Haller, a UNEP Global Laureate renowned for his restoration of cement quarries in Kenya. We use a similar model of environmental regeneration to bring economic security to poor, small-holder farmers living on inhospitable land.
We address communities’ basic needs through an integrated set of programmes in water, farming, education, health, alternative energy and nano-enterprise. Haller’s community partnerships are not quick fixes, rather they offer long term, life-skills training which empower farmers and their children to lead self-sufficient and sustainable lives. We ensure water security by showing our communities how to build a rain-fed dam to irrigate their land for 8-9 months of the year, a well to provide water for household use all year round and a bio-loo to prevent water contamination. We offer farmer training at our demonstration farm and in situ where farmers are taught how to grow enough to feed themselves and to sell. They learn how to produce bio-gas and solar energy. Our Education and Health Centre houses the first children's library in Kenya which is visited by 63 schools and an IT Suite for e-learning. A Health clinic is open 7 days a week and we offer a maternity outreach clinic providing family planning advice and vaccinations. We have set up 3 community schools and offer a porridge programme to each.
The Haller Foundation aims to:
- Haller Hand - giving communities water security. Showing them how to build rain-fed dams, wells and bio-loos and helping them to use them effectively to overcome poverty.
Established: June 2004
Registered Charity Number: 1101725
Board members: 8
Part time staff: 3
Phone number: 07733818753
Address: c/o Second Home, 68-80 Hanbury Street, London E1 5JLView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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