About Us

HIKMA Foundation, hereafter referred to as ‘Hikma’, is a Non-Governmental Organization incorporated in Nairobi – Kenya in April 2020 under SECTION 10 of the NGOs Coordination Act. Hikma is led by a Board of seven individuals and 10 staff members

Kenyan Presence & Operations

Hikma currently operates in all the 47 counties of Kenya. We have special bias for the very arid, arid and semi-arid zones whose inhabitants face the harsh climate change disasters of cyclic drought, floods and high temperatures. The socioeconomic ramifications for these include; low fuelwood biomass, famine, as well high illiteracy and poverty indices.

International Affiliations

Within Kenya, Hikma has working relations with the following agencies: Association of Irrigation Acceleration Platform; Able Pursuit; Unibrain Co. Ltd; Omashanda Co. Ltd; and Mokowe Co. Ltd. We also have working international relations with ProWater Rwanda, Khulibwa Greenfields of Mozambique, MS Consultancies of Ethiopia, Rainwater Association of Somalia, WeatherTec - Germany; Boreal Light GmBH of Germany; and Beyond Waters of UK and India


Hikma Foundation aims to professionally built, provide and deliver voluntary aid service to all humanity through leadership innovation in health, equatable and quaity education, climate change, food security, governance and partnership for opportunities to generate effective deliverables in the world.

Our Programs

Climate Change
Hikma Foundation has liaised with government institutions similar as NACONEK in the combating and mollifying climatic disasters in Kenyan Arid and Semi Arid regions
Water and Sanitation
Hikma Foundation is abreast in confronting the challenges faced in Water, Sanitation and Hygiene by addressing issues on portable water for cleaning, bathing and washing as well as designs and construction of sanitation facilities.
Youth Employment & Empowerment
When young people have exposure to inspiring ideas, opportunities and tools to build their confidence, they can take on anything and everything.
Equitable & Quality Education
In Kenya, there are more than 8 million students missing so many days of school that their academic performance is at risk

The Foundation is keen on

for communities against the adverse impacts of climate change through adaptation and mitigation strategies. This is done to enhance livelihood resilience and socio economic benefits for communities inhabiting the very arid, arid and semi-arid zones, areas with Pockets of Poverty and Urban Informal Settlements of Kenya..


National Geographic defines geographic information system (GIS) as a computer system for capturing, storing, checking, and displaying data related to positions on Earth’s surface. On the other hand, Remote sensing is the science of obtaining information about objects or areas from a distance, typically from an aircraft or satellites. GIS and remote sensing enables people to more easily see, analyze, and understand patterns and relationships. The accessibility of spatial data for assessment and, in turn, improved planning enables Hikma Foundation to increase her efficiency, thereby contributing to maximization of aid and sustainable development.
Hikma Foundation has seasoned GIS and Remote sensing experts who also double up as environmental, hydrology and engineering experts. This combination of expertise is crucial in producing thematic base maps to be used as resource materials for designs and project planning in the agricultural, health, water, education, energy and environmental sectors.