Annual Report 2022-2023

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Introducing Our New Chair

As Chair of Kyeema, I’m proud of the amazing work of our team. I took on the Chair at a time of change for Kyeema as we finalised and then implemented our new strategic plan. I am pleased to see the plan bearing fruit, enabling us to enhance the impact we deliver worldwide.

In the past year Kyeema has continued the work for which it was incepted 20 years ago: improving the nutrition and livelhoods of marginalised communities by delivering safe and potent thermotolerant livestock vaccines and giving communities the skills to deliver the vaccine themselves. This remains effective in protecting their livestock as a source of protein and alternative income.

But importantly Kyeema has also grown in scope and reach to encompass a much greater range of partnerships and services to communities. Kyeema’s approach to One Health and One Welfare has seen involvement in activities as far ranging as standalone incubators being placed into war-torn Ukraine to the empowerment of female entrepreneurs in Bangladesh.

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A message from our CEO

Our Annual Report 22/23 marks some very significant changes for Kyeema. We have farewelled respected Board Members, welcomed back experienced resources as well as new organisational members and teammates, and taken the organisation into new partnerships and exciting new areas of operation. My first full year as CEO has been challenging and rewarding in equal measures. I am constantly grateful to have a dedicated team of highly qualified and motivated team members and partners with me to deliver our work.

Kyeema’s Strategic Approach

Our vision for a world where partnerships catalyse innovation and enrich lives.

Our mission is working together to improve the health and prosperity of marginalised communities and their environments.

Our programs support marginalised families, specifically women and children, to improve their food, nutrition, health, and economic security.

By marginalised, we mean any under-served community, anywhere in the world, that is at higher risk of detrimental impacts of economic, socio-political or environmental instability.

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