In Kenya, our programming, we apply the concepts of; shared learning, coordinated advocacy, community informatics and non-formal learning towards promotion of community driven development and citizen-led accountability for sustained and effective participation, participatory decision making, policy formulation and legislation for sound and non-tokenistic youth empowerment.
The Kenyan Chapter is managed by the National Branch Committee that oversees programs with the support of staff and volunteers. OAY Kenya chapter also has about 50 affiliated youth led organisations and groups based in over 15 Counties.
Economic Empower and Livelihood
Health and Wellbeing
Cross Cutting - Issues;
(2) Leadership; Young people and Governance;
(3) Civic engagement and accountability; innovations and actions by young people