Donors and Partners
Our donors and partners make our mission possible each step of the way.
Here are some of our donors & partners who help us change the future of young people
National Council Of Swedish Youth Organizations (LSU)
LSU focuses on leadership, organizational development, influence work and youth policy. The youth movement is broad and brings together organizations that focus on things like interests, religion, ethnicity, functionality and politics.
We partnered with LSU to facilitate the exchange of experience and partnerships with youth organizations around the world because youth organizations face challenges that require collaboration and understanding across national and cultural boundaries.
OXFAM envisions a transformed Kenyan society in which each individual, regardless of gender, religion, ethnicity, or social standing, can access basic services and fully participate in decision-making processes on issues that affect their lives. Oxfam believes that every Kenyan has a right to make free and informed choices to build sustainable livelihoods and resilience to external shocks.
Since 1963, Oxfam in Kenya has worked with partners in long-term development programs, humanitarian assistance, peace and conflict resolution programs and actively engages in campaigning for better governance and equitable access to services.
Norwegian Agency For Agency For Exchange (NOREC)
NOREC is the only competence centre for international exchange in Norway, and an executive body under the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Our aim is to help achieve the overarching goals of Norwegian development policy, which form part of Norway’s integrated approach to implementing the 2030 agenda.
We work with NOREC through the exchange model to provide knowledge and inspiration on our exchange method to organisations, institutions and private companies.
As the implementing partner responsible for leading TCI’s East Africa Accelerator Hub, Jhpiego provides technical assistance to local governments in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda as they implement interventions in family planning and adolescent and youth sexual and reproductive health. The goal of TCI NextGen, which builds on the previous TCI initiative, is to increase access to modern contraception for urban poor women. This project is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health.
DUF – The Danish Youth Council is an umbrella organization with 80 children and youth organizations as members. The member organizations of DUF range from scouts to political youth organizations, voluntary social organizations, cultural organizations, environmental organizations, organizations for youth with disabilities and many more.
ActionAid International Kenya (AAIK)
ActionAid International Kenya (AAIK) is a member of the ActionAid Federation. ActionAid works in more than 43 countries all over the world, in the places where it can make the biggest impact. ActionAid tackles poverty and denial of human rights at the local level, and challenges the causes behind them locally, nationally and globally. In Kenya, AAI works in solidarity with women and people living in poverty and exclusion; connecting their voices, sharing ideas, spreading inspiration, campaigning, advocating and influencing public policy to eradicate poverty and ensure social justice. ActionAid International Kenya has a presence in 16 counties in Kenya: Mombasa, Kilifi, Taita Taveta, Kakamega, Homabay, West Pokot, Baringo, Migori, Isiolo, Garissa, Kajiado, Nairobi, Kisumu, Makueni, Embu and Laikipia.
AMREF Health Africa
Y-ACT (Youth in Action) is an initiative of Amref Health Africa that mentors, supports and increases the capacity of youth advocates to influence youth policies and resource priorities in gender equality, and sexual and reproductive health and rights at national, sub-national and grassroots levels in Kenya.
Y-ACT and the Advocacy Accelerator are implementing the Youth Advocacy Project, an initiative working with youth, partners and communities to strengthen the voice, skills, and participation of youth across Kenya to advocate for youth-identified policy and resource priorities in the areas of gender equality and sexual and reproductive health and rights. It believes that Africa’s youth have a huge opportunity to shift in-country policy landscapes to address challenges in gender and sexual and reproductive health & rights.
Transform Health Kenya is a coalition of organisations and institutions in Kenya working on health and human rights, working with key and affected populations, youth, women, and on digital health technologies, all of whom are committed to achieving Universal Health Coverage through the use of digital technologies and data.
The National Democractic Institute
The National Democratic Institute is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization working to support and strengthen democratic institutions worldwide through citizen participation, openness and accountability in government
Health Poverty Action is an international development organisation working to strengthen poor and marginalised people in their struggle for health.
KANCO is a local leading national membership network organization in Kenya, with membership drawn from Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), Community Based Organizations (CBOs), Faith based Organization (FBOs), PLHIV support organizations, learning institutions, public and private sectors. This unique structure of membership gives KANCO a good understanding of CBO needs, citizen concerns and engagement with government. The strong network also enhances the implementation of advocacy programs and Campaigns, and it’s a platform for sustainability of the interventions in the long term.
SOLIDAR is a European network of 60 NGOs working to advance social justice in Europe and worldwide. SOLIDAR voices the
concerns of its member organizations to the EU and international institutions across the policy sectors social affairs, international
cooperation and lifelong learning. SOLIDAR work towards creating an inclusive learning society based on openness and democracy, where everybody is a learner and has a chance to participate in lifelong and life-wide learning opportunities.
Forum for International Cooperation (FIC)
Forum for International Cooperation (FIC) works in EUROPE and INTERNATIONALLY for a more equal, fair and solidary world.
We work with information, debate and development in Europe and internationally.
In the daily work of FIC, we focus on social conditions, employment, lifelong learning and the social and ethnic integration in the labour market.
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