Capacity Africa Institute

Nairobi, Kenya
Joined October 2021

Capacity Africa Institute was established in Kenya in 1999 The organization was formed to address capacity building needs among development organizations in Africa.

Presence in: Kenya, Somalia, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda
Focus: Education, Gender-based violence, Governance, Accountability & Transparency, Health

One of the key reasons why there  is no meaningful development in Africa is is the lack of capacity by  communities  to implement sustainable programmes. Capacity Africa Institute values the communities we work in as engines and classrooms for knowledge dissemination. Through our training arm, we deliver training programmes to civil servants, development workers and young people. Our training techniques ensure that knowledge dissemination is a continuous process, from the young to the old, from school going young adults to professionals.

We are known for being practical, focused, and results oriented. We aim to provide flexibility in our services in order to meet the array of needs and constraints facing public sector and private organizations today.


The benefits of our courses include:-

  • Internationally prepared training materials
  • Training materials based on research and global best practice
  • An in-depth pre-course needs analysis
  • Recent real life case studies
  • Comprehensive course material
  • Unparalleled networking opportunities with professional peers
  • Exposure to the best world class practices in management and leadership


We shall provide:

  • Tailor made training courses adapted to meet the specific needs of clients;
  • Consultancy and facilitation services in areas such as leadership, strategic planning,
  • Multi-stakeholder processes, assessments, reviews, evaluations, program formulation,
  • workshop facilitation, and team-building;
  • Publications of materials relating to leadership, conflict resolution and management,

business promotion, and economic and social development, etc.


Capacity Africa Institute is not only a capacity building expert but also a think tank that proposes solutions for development problems facing post conflict African countries. The Organization will continue to share its expertise by providing consultancies to development partners and government ministries in the following thematic areas: