Our valued partners

Palladium (previously GRM International) has been supporting Kyeema since our inception through the provision of office space, and administrative and financial support for activities in Tanzania, Mozambique, Solomon Islands, Malawi and Fiji through their Let’s Make it Possible initiative. This valuable support has allowed Kyeema to establish and expand its work around the world.

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) has been supporting Kyeema since 2005 through a range of grants in Mozambique, Malawi, Zambia and Tanzania to assist these countries to produce the I-2 vaccine, establish distribution systems and train community vaccinators. We are now registered with the Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP) of the Australian Government through which we are implementing three projects in Ethiopia, Malawi and Papua New Guinea. 

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We are supported by the Australian Centre For International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) through the provision of Newcastle disease publications for laboratory and field activities, and through provision of funds to update and translate these publications into different languages.

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Key implementing partner in Mozambique

Our dedicated team at Fundação Kyeema in Mozambique have been working hard to expand the reach of the Newcastle disease vaccination program for village chickens over the last 12 years. 

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Key implementing partner in Malawi

The Rural Poultry Centre Malawi exists to promote the needs of smallholder poultry farmers in Malawi and to raise livelihoods and contribute to improved nutrition in rural areas of Malawi. 

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Collaborative partner in Ethiopia 

In 2012 we commenced work with the African Union Pan African Veterinary Vaccine Centre (AU-PANVAC) so that the poultry ND vaccination work could be expanded across AU Member States. Initial focus is developing a curriculum for training Master Trainers covering vaccine production, quality assurance, use of vaccine in the field and poultry husbandry practices. 

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Collaborative partner in Papua New Guinea  

In 2019-2022 we are working with Hiri Coral to support local solutions for food security and income generation to coastal communities in PNG through better production of locally adapted village chickens – reducing pressure on coastal fisheries and empowering women. Hiri Coral will take the lead on working with communities for the restoration of rapidly declining coastal fish habitat and introduction of community-planned and led no-take fishing areas, supporting sustainable fisheries into the future. 

Collaborative partner in  Kenya

Mkulima Young (MY) or “Young Farmer” in English, is a successful agricultural online platform in Kenya and East Africa, with over 190,000 social media followers and around 31,000 registered users. The MY platform provides digital agricultural marketing and advisory services to small-scale farmers and links consumers interested in supporting local farmers. It aims to attract young people back into the business of farming, by improving their earning potential.

For more information on Mkulima Young, visit their website.

The University of Queensland

The School of Veterinary Science originally developed and continues to provide free of charge the I-2 ND master seed.

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Achieving food security for all is at the heart of Food and Agricultural Organisation of the United Nations’ efforts – to make sure people have regular access to enough high-quality food to lead active, healthy lives. FAO continues to support Kyeema to achieve this goal through village chicken vaccinations programs in Mozambique and through production of guidelines for Decision Tools for Family Poultry Development.

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Our valued sponsors and supporters

The Kyeema Foundation receives support from the Australian Government through the Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP).

Project Sponsors

Rotary brings together a global network of volunteer leaders who dedicate their time and talent to tackle the world’s most pressing humanitarian challenges. Rotary connects 1.2 million members from more than 200 countries and geographical areas. Their work impacts lives at both the local and international levels.

Partners in International Collaborative Community Aid Ltd. (PiCCA) pools donations of money, time and expertise to assist communities overseas work towards greater equity, opportunity, justice and peace. We recognise that these are aspirational goals for many, but we are driven by the idea that they are fundamental human rights and that we all have an intrinsic power to make a positive difference to our world.

Just World Partnerships (JWP) work with local and regional partners throughout the Pacific Region, supporting coastal island communities that are at most risk from the social and ecological impacts of climate change. Our focus is at the grassroots, empowering coastal communities to improve livelihoods, restore valuable marine resources and increase the access and sustainability of local food sources to reduce poverty and increase resilience at the level of the household.

English Family Foundation

English Family Foundation (EFF) supports transformational change in our world through the growth and development of social entrepreneurs and social businesses. We are interested in people and organisations creating change here within Australia or in those developing South East Asian countries who are our closest neighbours. We call these people “social enterprise changemakers”. We are passionate about driving transformational change in our world through supportive partnerships with social changemakers and the organisations behind them. In particular we are now focussed on supporting enterprises along their pathway to impact investment.

General Sponsors

Communications, fundraising and networking support