• Welcome to KINNAPA

    Good and Quality life for Pastoralists, Hunter-gatherers and Small-scale Agriculturalists

  • Build Wells, Change Lives

    Various Citizens in Kiteto District in Manyara Region have been given Hand Dug Wells by the KINNAPA Organization with the funding of Water to Thrive

  • Tanzania International Women's Day

    KINNAPA also participated in the International Women’s Day which was held in the Area of Songambele ,Dodoma Region

    Welcome to KINNAPA

    “good and quality life for Pastoralists, Hunter-gatherers and Small Scale Agriculturalists”

    About us

    KINNAPA Development Programme is a community based non-profit organization. It was created in the early 1990s by people from six villages, to deal with land encroachment issues facing pastoralists and peasants in the district of Kiteto. It was officially registered in January 1992 under Societies Ordinance 1954 and obtained “Certificate of Compliance” in 2006 under the new NGO Act of 2002. The name KINNAPA is an abbreviation of the names of those six villages, which are Kibaya, Kimana, Njoro, Ndaleta, Namelock and Partimbo.


    “To contribute to the improvement of the quality of life for pastoralists, hunter-gatherers and small scale agriculturalists in Kiteto District, while ensuring Community participation in Development Projects, Gender Balance, Accountability, Tanzania’s National Interests and Sustainable Resource Management.


    Quality Standards of life for Pastoralists, Small-scale Farmers and Hunter-Gatherers in Kiteto

    Come join us

    We need to reshape our own perception of how we view ourselves in Our Communities. We fight for every Girl to get education.


    We organize inclusive Projects for Kiteto, Simanjiro and Babati Districts


    For more than 10 years, KINNAPA has successful arranges all activities around Kiteto District.


    For more than 10 years, KINNAPA has successful arranges all activities around Simanjiro District.


    For more than 10 years, KINNAPA has successful arranges all activities around Babati District.

    Our partners
    In collaboration with CARE International, Kiteto District Council, Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries Development, National Land Use Planning Commission and Tanzania Natural Resources Forum (TNRF), KINNAPA participated in facilitating the Joint Land Use Management Plan that enables livestock resources to be shared in the three villages of Olkitikiti, Lerug and Ngapapa.