Twene Mbee Networking & Development group

Unverified non-profit organisation

Twene Mbee Networking & Development group is a non-state, not for profit making community based organization. It was registered by the Department of culture & social services on 31st October 2016 to operate in Kenya. The group has a strong management team and well defined functions, clear separation of duties and responsibilities. The Group’s Vision is: “Creating an HIV & AIDS free society”. The group has over 100 volunteers trained on HIV & AIDS and T.B Programing including Child care and Protection.
Projects they run are designed to assist target community with projects that promote care and support for those living with, affected by or at risk of HIV & AIDS and promote HIV prevention. One of the group’s Projects is Early Child development (ECD) that seeks to enhance quality early interventions for children in the formative ages of 0 to 5 years. The group is well suited due to their strong community involvement and commitment in implementing and sustaining community run activities.

Year established


Participant in relevant networks

1. Ministry of Health (MoH) supports in Testing and counselling, treatment and commodities. The ministry gives an updates on HIV programming 2.National aids control council Kenya (NACC)- provides leadership in HIV & AIDs programming 3.Provincial Administration for community Mobilization, Child protection and in social audit 4.Network of People Living with HIV and AIDS in Kenya (NEPHAK)-Body that advocates for PLHIV right 5. Children Department - Back up in child protection and support 6. Ministry of Education- Facilitate in monitoring children development

Further information

About this organisation

Partnership types

Project funding; Provision of goods

Regions / countries / territories

Africa: Kenya

Global issues

Community development; Education and training; Food security and nutrition; all (6)

Goods categories

Computer hardware & software; Environmental; Furniture & furnishings; all (6)

Business sectors

Community and social services; Education and training; Environmental services; all (4)