According to the Institute of Economic Affairs, a large part of the unemployed in Kenya is under the age of 30, making Kenya’s unemployment problem a youth problem. In the communities we work, we make sure that youth are self-reliant and ready for work. Our key activities:
- TVET & AVET skills training for out-of-school youth.
- Youth group formation, capacity building and linkages to micro-finance institutes and markets.
- Capacity building on alternative sources of income besides formal employment.
- Inclusion of youth with a disability within our program.