Projects
  • Identity girls

    The Identity Project (ID Project) addresses the social and rights of adolescents and young mothers aged 16 to 20 yrs in the broad context of their educational and livelihoods needs. The project will offer both formal and continuing education combine with skills development program, maternity and day care for their children which ensure that the realities of adolescent and young mothers shape national responses to poverty and AIDS through deliberate strategies and investments that increase meaningful policies, programming and intervention that support wellbeing with equal opportunities as other young people

  • Farm House

    The Farm House will provide 16 weeks in-patient program that combines 2 weeks Detox program during which the client set-up his/her seedling bed which s/he will transplant during the 12 weeks recovery period.During this period, they will be empowered with skills in farming, entrepreneurship, product development and marketing. After the training they will be offered temporary employment opportunities at the greenhouse through “work for treatment initiative” as an incentive for their treatment and adherence. The program helps an individual to break the addiction cycle and reclaims one's self-worth.

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    WAY-Refund

    This a community based saving and credit scheme dubbed WAY- Refunds (Women and Youth Revolving Fund) geared to empower women and youth in the low income settlements by providing them access to capital and entrepreneurship training to develop their small and medium business, as away to help generate income to meet their families basic needs, move towards a brighter and more sustainable future. This will enhance a person’s capacity to engage in the daily routines of life, such as education, work, cooking, proper eating, daily hygiene and socializing with friends and family while reinvesting back for business expansion.This will enhance a person’s capacity to engage in the daily routines of life, such as education, work, cooking, proper eating, daily hygiene and socializing with friends and family while reinvesting back for business expansion.

  • Kenya Senior School

    The Kenya Senior School is formal school with an alternative education program through Open Schooling Initiative that targets the adolescents and youth who have no access to formal education or those who have dropped out from the formal system before acquiring sustainable literacy skills or certification.

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    Safari Katika

    Safari Katika Talk Show “Represent your Code” which a Swahili that means “Dance on the road” is an initiative that connect, inspire and create a forum for young people across Eastern Africa to link with each other through the social media, to talk candidly about drug dependence and other issues that are so disproportionately affects them.

  • RE-Fund

    The Regional Endowment Fund (Re - Fund) main aim is to provide perpetuity source for projects support and a source of livelihood for youths’ involved in our programs. Re - Fund promotes and support efforts by youths’ groups national through the National Youth Networks in the respective countries, to prevent drug abuse, crime, HIV and AIDS among young people.

  • Hi5

    HIV Young Voices (Hi5) is a young people living positive led organization which draws together diversity the key population within the key population with a common goal “Zero Deaths among HIV positive young people” aged 15 – 26 years old, in a decade where AIDS has become the leading cause of death for adolescents in Africa. Hi5 does not seek to duplicate existing efforts, but rather to enhance the efficacy of these ongoing efforts so as to solidify the common cause, through the creation of Hi5 Club House that will not only fill the void, but also serve as a central clearinghouse of consistent, reliable and free information that is accessible to all young people.