Dajopen Waste Management (DWM)
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DAJOPEN Waste Management

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Business Description

The Dajopen Waste Management (DWM) is a registered community-based organization based in Kitale. It seeks to tackle the socio-economic and environmental challenges of vulnerable communities through a community-based waste management strategy; including the collection of waste, the production of recycled items, and the training of other self-help groups on alternative livelihood opportunities.


The low and declining soil fertility is a major contributor to the diminished productivity of land. The prolonged use of chemical fertilizers coupled with poor soil management practices by farmers has led to high soil acidity. DWM recycles waste to make organic fertilizer and other products.


DWM collects bio-degradable waste to produce organic fertilizer. The fertilizer balances the soil pH, enhances water retention capacity of the soil, increases in the organic carbon content of the soil, enriches soil fertility, increases root aeration and increases crop yield. The group also produces ornamental products from plastic waste including decorative and household items.

Traction to Date

Dajopen has won several awards including NETFUND GIA and was the finalist in World Habitat Awards. To date, the organization makes at least KES. 2.5 Million annually.