Kenya hosts one of the largest refugee populations in Africa, and the Government relies on support from the United
Nations and the international community. These developments inspired CeTD to begin a project to address refugee challenges based on provision of foodstuffs and general health care (psychological and otherwise). The institution is
concerned with ensuring the restoration and maintenance of a sound diet through a balanced and culturally acceptable food basket that is availed to refugees in Kitengela.
The long term goals of this projects are centered on maintaining constant general food distributions, complementary feeding, building skills, and knowledge among community health workers, treatment of acute and chronic malnutrition, nutrition support to people living with chronic diseases, institutional feeding and school meals.