Josephine Niala is a final year Masters student at Kellogg College, University of Oxford. She has over 10 years of community based project experience including working in Kibera, Kenya's largest slum where she started it's first organic farm.
Baraza was born out of an award winning idea conceived in response to the challenges faced by community groups in Kwale, Kenya urgently responding to Climate change through innovative local climate action but without sufficient funds to stimulate their grassroots projects.
To train and educate local grassroots organisations and community groups to be able to access funding & thus kickstart local climate action
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