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

National Council Of Swedish Youth Organizations (LSU)

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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

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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)

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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.

Forum For International Cooperation (FIC)

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FIC aims to achieve global equality and solidarity by increasing and developing people’s social, economical and democratic rights and promoting opportunities for better life conditions, regardless of their backgrounds or origins. Its values are based on the UN and Human Rights Conventions, the EU Charter for Fundamental Rights and ILO’s Conventions on Labour Rights.

FIC’s projects focus on raising awareness on the national and international level regarding life-long education, improvement of working conditions and labour rights, youth and senior employment, integration of emigrants, inclusion of women in the labour market, intercultural dialogue in Denmark, Europe and Africa.

AMREF Health Africa

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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.

Uraia Trust

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This is a charitable trust which works in civic education, civic engagement and institutional transformation. Its vision is to build an informed, empowered and democratic nation by facilitating development of an engaged citizenry through provision of quality civic education that enables Kenyans to realise their constitutional aspirations.

Uraia’s Key Focus Areas for 2016-2020 are anchoring constitutionalism, promoting free and fair elections, addressing historical political marginalisation of vulnerable members of society (women, youth, persons living with disabilities, marginalised and minority groups) and promoting internal excellence.

The Norwegian Children and Youth Council (LNU)

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LNU is an umbrella organisation for about one hundred Norwegian children and youth organisations. The member organisations are democratic and voluntary, and represent a vast diversity of activities and interests.

LNU works within three main areas on these organisations’ behalf: Politics, Knowledge, Funding.

Agile Harmonized Assistance for Devolved Institutions (AHADI)

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AHADI supports Kenya’s devolution agenda by partnering with Kenyan institutions to promote transparent, accountable, effective service delivery and responsive governance systems. It works with major stakeholders to address cross-sectoral governance processes and capacity challenges that impact service delivery and effective implementation of devolution.

Key objectives include strengthening counties’ ability to develop sound laws and policies, improving performance of key sectors, optimizing revenue generation, and ensuring proper management of public funds. AHADI also supports the development of curricula and training materials, and training and mentoring of county officials (executives and legislators).

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