Economic Empowerment and Livelihoods


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W.E.E - (WOMEN ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT)  IN KIBERA, KOROGOCHO, AND KAWANGWARE.

W.E.E - (WOMEN ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT) IN KIBERA, KOROGOCHO, AND KAWANGWARE.

Covid-19 has disrupted our socio-economic way of life. It has led to increased Gender-Based Violence (GBV) cases as a result...

Youth Alive! Kenya April 9, 2021
Women Economic Empowerment -Supporting women small scale traders in Kibera, Kawangware and Korogocho

Women Economic Empowerment -Supporting women small scale traders in Kibera, Kawangware and Korogocho

In a survey published by UNDP, it was established that : women tend to earn less. women have fewer savings....

Youth Alive! Kenya March 5, 2021
Decent Work and Labor Rights

Decent Work and Labor Rights

Introduction The Decent Work and Labor Rights Program in East Africa-Phase II, also Known as the Jipe Job Poa, is...

Youth Alive! Kenya May 4, 2020
Kenya National Youth Policy

Kenya National Youth Policy

In conjunction with the Youth Division under the Department of Social Services (currently the Ministry of Youth Affairs) and GTZ,...

Youth Alive! Kenya October 5, 2019

Global Kids – Community Connectors Project

This project’s goal was to expose high-performing, disadvantaged American students aged 15-17 to the global world with their Kenyan counterparts...

Youth Alive! Kenya September 5, 2019

Tackling Poverty Together

This project’s objective was to inculcate a youth perspective in poverty reduction. It aimed to build the capacity, skills and...

Youth Alive! Kenya June 5, 2019

Kenya Youth Network for Rio +20 and Beyond

Youth Alive! Kenya is part of the Kenya Youth Network for Rio +20 and Beyond. The Kenya Youth Network for...

Youth Alive! Kenya December 5, 2012