Green Zone Agencies (GZA) CBO is an independent non-partisan, non-profit, Community based Organization established in 2014, working towards empowering \orphans and widows infected and affected by HIV AIDS. GZA’s mandate is to advocate and implement policies and programs that enable women and young people to exercise choice, access to services and participate fully in activities that promote their health and well-being. GZA has its headquarters in Kisumu, along the Kisumu-Busia Highway before KEMRI/CDC.

Our Vision

To offering contemporary, informed solutions in the fight against HIV AIDS and poverty.


To empower the community out of social marginalization, isolation and discrimination through enhancing capacities, income generating initiatives and formal education with basic technical/ vocational skills.

Our Success

Soil & Water management Technologies for Improved Productivity & Food Security in Nyanza Province – (Kenya Horticultural Competitiveness Project) funded by USAID -KHCP from January 2012 to December 2014 in Kisumu and Siaya counties).

Greenhouse technology, Water harvesting and drip Irrigation project – partnered with CREADIS/USAID (Kenya Horticulture Competitiveness Project) from January 2012 to July 2012 in Bungoma Kenya.

Greenhouse technology, Water harvesting and drip Irrigation project – partnered with ARDAP Kenya /USAID (Kenya Horticulture Competitiveness Project) from March 2012 to August 2012 implemented in Bumala-Kenya .

Core values


Recognizing that effective, responsive and accountable governance requires the inputs of all stakeholders, we share the learning generated through interventions done. We are committed to inspiring dialogue from the bottom upwards, promoting consultations, building consensus, and facilitating convergence, forging partnerships and engaging diverse stakeholders in all programs we undertakes.

Diversity and Inclusivity

We advocate for and practice inclusiveness in the communities we work with. We recognize diverse strengths, needs, voices, and backgrounds of all members of our community. We respect the diversity of our people as we fulfill our mission. We believe in equality of opportunity for all and to respect for difference.

Integrity and Accountability

We uphold stewardship. We believe in transparency and accountability to our donors and the communities we work with in all undertakings. We are committed to demonstrate accountability to all the partners we work with formally and informally.


We recognizing that the people we work with may be constantly in need of information and capacity building. We will continue to be creative and innovative toward generating and disseminating information and current best practice to be adopted


We listen to and learn from our community. We address the root causes of community problems and mobilize resources for the common good. Leadership is about giving the voiceless a platform to give their opinion as well as what they feel is best suited to mitigate their problems.

our team




Team leader



John is the Project Coordinator​ (PC)

He has 13yrs experience working with and for disadvantaged children in the community. The journey started in 2006, implementing CRS – The Child behind project (TCB) & AED OVC project for 8yrs. He has also worked with OVC sponsorship programs with Compassion International and USAID program. He has worked with OVC in both urban and rural settings looking at the social determinants of health and household economic empowerment model.

Having studied BSc Applied Community Development from Egerton University, he has been privileged to work with the poor of the poorest to better their lives, while at the same time work with resourceful stakeholders to help mitigate problems bedeviling OVCs overtime. This has been specific towards resource mobilization and active participation in OVC sustainability teams/networks.



Rhodah is the Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability & Learning (MEAL) Officer​

She has 7yrs experience in Monitoring and Evaluation of USAID funded projects both in the Agriculture Industry and Orphans & Vulnerable Children (OVC)  project.

During these years She has been able to implement all the projects successfully through constant Monitoring to ensure that the projects are on track and if need be change strategies to ensure they remain on track and Evaluate them for success and Document lessons learnt.

She has also been able to acquire Team Leadership Skills, Report Writing Skill sand Dissemination Skills and Management of both OLMIS & CPIMS Systems and Staff Skills.



Paul is the Household Economic Strengthening (HES) Officer

A teacher …



Dinah ​is the Finance & Admin (FAD) Officer​

Dinah works out of the Main Office, Kisumu with a Bachelor degree in Business Studies from Maseno University. She ha previously worked for Mombasa Hospital and Village Enterprise as a Finance and Admin Coordinator and has over 4 years experience in Finance Practice.


Working hours

Monday - Friday: 8:00-17:00 Hrs (Phone until 17:30Hrs)
Saturday: 8:00-12:00

We are here

Along Busia -Kisumu Rd, P.O BOX 2123, Kisumu.
TEL: (+254) 057 2533159
CELL: (+254) 0722869891, (+254) 0735394975

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