Food security project focuses on protection of livestock assets, maximizing productivity and herd growth for poorer agro pastoral households as its overall project goal. To address this, the organization is working with the county government on formulation and implementation of policies that promote livestock production, promote herd growth through natural resource sharing, management, reducing conflicts at water sources and access to social services for livestock and equip women and youth with knowledge and skills for entrepreneurship and marketing of animals and livestock products.
Capacity building and advocacy on modern methods of farming like drip irrigation and grant support of the community in construction of affordable greenhouses.
ENAI Africa has initiated and partnered with other grass-root agencies in adoption of modern technologies eg kitchen gardens and the “Schools Fruits and Vegetable Production Project”. The goal is to introduce schools feeding programme that is self-sustaining.
The milk project: this is an initiative with the women at grassroots level to collect milk and preserve in a coolant then repackaging for school feeding program and sell it to other vendors. This initiative will benefit women since milk is the only commodity that they are perceived to own, by selling and encouraging them to do value addition of their milk, to produce products like cheese, yogurt.