Development Action and Research Project Africa (DARP Africa)

Mombasa, Kenya
Joined March 2021

Darp Africa saw how many bright young people in Kenya were denied a chance for an education due to family poverty – and did something about it. Since our start we have touched many livee of students.

Presence in: Kenya
Focus: Family, Governance, Accountability & Transparency, Labor & Employment, Livelihoods, Peace-building & Transitional Justice, Policy Advocacy

Darp Africa provides access to education for Kenyan youth who have been orphaned by the HIV/Aids pandemic.
Goals are to to reduce illiteracy through increased access to education and information technology; to alleviate poverty; and, to achieve an improved standard of living for youth living in Kenya.

The Four Cornerstones of Darp Africa are EDUCATION, HEALTH, WATER and ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT through Agriculture and Livestock Management.

The Mission of Darp is based on the following core values:

All members of the human family are created equal

All people deserve respect and personal dignity

All people deserve to live free from fear, repression, poverty and disease

All children are entitled to fundamental freedoms and rights

All children must be protected from abuse of any kind

All children have a right to grow and learn to their potential

All children have a right to a basic education

Strategic Planning
Darp Africa seeks to make a difference for secondary school communities in Kenya through intensional design:

Building Community
Darp Africa seeks to strengthen the social fabric of the local community by supporting Kenyan youth to realize their potential through education.

Gender Equality
Darp Africa advocates equal opportunity to female and male students.

Building Capacity
Darp Africa assists indigenous education initiatives to become self-sustaining.

Darp Africa works in partnership, by invitation and agreement