MPIDO in its governance program not only restored the broken relationship between neighboring communities but also through community engagement in national processes including policy review and formulation, advocacy and negotiations and discussions, address the root causes of occasional conflicts
Since the inception of this program, MPIDO has been involved in various national processes including the constitution, National commission on boundary review and land policy review with concrete achievement recorded in the space secured by the Maa speakers in the process as well as representation of critical issues of land provided for in the current land policy.
To lobby and advocate for legal and policy frameworks that protect and promote the interests of maa speakers; and facilitate peaceful coexistence of different communities
This program has the largest geographical coverage that transcends the counties as covered by other programs implemented by MPIDO. In the next 5 years, MPIDO intends to facilitate the Maasai speakers’ in the following counties: Kajiado, Narok, Baringo, Laikipia, Nakuru and Samburu.
MPIDO’s local CBOs and NGOs partners include Sweedo,
Samburu Women Trust,
Endores Community Group
Olorikoti Development Program