Movimiento Netzkraft

Patinaai Osim


Portavoz: Semerian Sankori

+254721433149; +254784433149

Áreas temáticas

  • Política / Proyecto de educación
  • Proyecto de medio ambiente
  • Política social/Discapacitados
  • Ayudantes voluntarios serán bienvenidos.


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Sobre nosotros

Patinaai Osim, founded in 2010, Patinaai Osim is a term of endearment, used by Maasai mothers preserved for their children, which loosely translates to, “my little one who brings me joy”.

We are a non-profit organization, seeking to serve the Maasai Pastoral community through empowerment and capacity building of children, women and, youth in Kajiado County; addressing Sexual and reproductive health, education, economic development and, environmental challenges among pastoral. The Maasai community as a whole is especially disadvantaged in their access to formal education and other opportunities to develop leadership in the world outside of their communities. In this regard, we are open to multilateral collaboration with like-minded partners, both locally and internationally, who can provide possible collaborations that meet the needs of our local populace towards their improvement and enrichment of the quality of the community lives.


Create sustainable livelihoods and empower Pastoral communities to speak up and uplift their social-economic status.


To have empowered and resilient Children, women and, youth as change-makers in the pastoral community


To contribute to improving the living standard of the most vulnerable in the communities of Kajiado County through community mobilization, education, and capacity building.


TRUE: Ensuring transparency at all levels of our work.
PROFICIENCY: Providing creative expertise and strong commitment
SOLIDARITY: Within our organization and with the people we aim to support
JUSTICE: Within our Organization as well as in society
INTEGRITY: To act according to the values we wish to promote
FLEXIBILITY: Showing our willingness to change and learn



RAMAT OONTOYIE (Nurturing the girl)
Quality education for all is the single most effective way to reduce poverty, improve health and economic well-being, and bring development to communities throughout the world. Persistent poverty and cultural belief in the Maasai community perpetuate the subjugation inequality and human rights violations. At Patinaai Osim we advocate for education for all children and adults who may want to learn.
Program pillars
•Improve all aspects of the quality of education and ensure the excellence of
•Eliminate gender disparities in primary and secondary education
•Learning needs of all young people and adults are met through equitable access to appropriate learning and life skills programs
•Reduce illiteracy


BIOTISHO EISHOI™ (Reproductive Health)
Good sexual and reproductive health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being in all reproductive systems. It implies that people can have a satisfying and safe sex life, the capability to reproduce, and the freedom to decide if, when, and how often to do so. Every individual has the right to make their own choices about their sexual and reproductive health.
Young people are also extremely vulnerable, often facing barriers to sexual and reproductive health information and care. We work to ensure sexual and reproductive health and rights remain at the very center of development within the Maasai Community

Program pillars
•Menstrual hygiene and management
•Human development and basic reproduction
•Gender, equality, and sexual violence
•Sexual reproductive health and rights


Naretisho™ (‘Building Capacity’)
Women and youth, especially in the pastoral rural communities face unprecedented challenges to their livelihoods, their identities, their institutions, and their sense of place in the evolving global village. This program aims to strengthen the livelihood base for women and youth. We enhance economic opportunities for women and youth through the development of knowledge and skills as well as linking them to business development support services. These include efforts towards improved confidence and self-esteem among the women and youth in the Maasai community.

Program pillars
•Skills training and development
•Business skills training and development
•Initial business and value chain development
•Employment and income generation and/or diversification


Climate change threatens the livelihoods and well-being of all people and societies. Yet the impacts of climate change are likely to be worse for the poor and marginalized, who lack the resources to effectively adapt as droughts, floods, and other concerns take effect.
And because climate change affects ecosystems and agriculture, many of the negative effects will disproportionately burden women and youth, who bear the responsibilities of food production and water collection. This program aims to assist the community in finding ways to r

For other net participants we can offer an expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.