Who We Are

Serving Vulnerable Communities

Ensuring that vulnerable and poverty stricken communities have equal access to peace, quality life and sustainable development.

Women and Youth Empowerment

Through alternative and diversified income generating activities for financial empowerment.

Our Story

NAPAD is a Non-Governmental development organization that operates on a non-profit basis with principles and philosophy aimed at effective and sustainable community transformation. The organization was first registered in 2004 with the Ministry of Culture and Social Services in Kenya as a Community-Based Organization (CBO).

In 2009, NAPAD changed its legal status to a Local Non-Governmental Organization (LNGO) with the NGO Coordination Board of Kenya. NAPAD was also registered in Somalia (2006) and in Ethiopia (2021), also to serve the vulnerable communities residing on the Mandera triangle.

In 2016, NAPAD also registered as an NGO and has a fundraising office in the USA and Finland.


Nomadic Assistance for Peace and Development (NAPAD) seeks to build resilience and improve the quality of life by empowering communities in the HOA through sustainable development initiatives.


Justice, peace and prosperity in the horn of Africa.


To  promote sustainable peace and human development amongst vulnerable communities in the Horn of Africa through the advancement of social justice, economic resilience, and climate change adaptation.



  • Accountability and Transparency– NAPAD shall be open and answerable in all her dealings and operations to her stakeholders.
  • Inclusivity – NAPAD shall conduct all affairs free from bias or injustice and seek to accommodate diverse stakeholders. NAPAD will be non-partisan in its approach.
  • Efficiency – resources available to NAPAD including time, effort or cost will be well used for the purpose of advancing the mission of the organisation.
  • Independence and neutrality – NAPAD will conduct all affairs in a nonpartisan atmosphere, shall not take political sides and will serve beneficiaries and communities equally
  • Integrity – staff shall conduct their dealings with each other and with others with integrity to foster mutual trust.
  • Professionalism – the employees of NAPAD shall strive to uphold the good principles, laws, ethics, and conventions while working with the beneficiaries and other stakeholders.