Health for Life

This project aims to integrate reproductive health and family planning into youth development programs to improve the health of young women and men. HELP enable young men and women access SRHR services. The following are some of the strategic approaches to empower the community on adolescence and sexual reproductive health.

Livelihood and employment

Launched in 2012, YETEP brings comprehensive employment and entrepreneurship programs to young people, aged 15 to 35. The programs seeks support from stakeholders and Youth Enterprise Development fund, YETEP enhance youth employability and self-employment (formal and the informal job).

Advocacy

This project aims to integrate reproductive health There is a growing concern in Kenya about militia groups which are causing a grave security threat through their acts of violence, extortion and destruction. These militia groups comprise largely of young people and their existence and continued growth can be attributed to a large part to unemployment, and subsequent feelings of disenfranchisement, disillusionment and idleness.

Peace and conflict Management

High numbers of idle youth in “maskanis” pose grave security threats in kilifi with the recents incidences of vulnerable in conflict with the law engaging in violent conflicts,extortion and destruction.To strengthen youth resilience,the program is aimed at bridging the gaps to foster relationship between the youth and security organs.


“No one is born a good citizen; no nation is born a democracy. Rather, both are processes that continue to evolve over a lifetime. Young people must be included from birth. A society that cuts off from its youth severs its lifeline.”

Kofi Annan


Youth for Positive Change.