Programme areas

To deliver on its priority areas, Kwacha Africa structures its work into the following programme areas:

Talent Identification
& development

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Environment and climate change
mitigation Programs

Entrepreneurship & small business sustainability

Peace and Security

Health, gender and disability

Governance and access to justice

About us

Inspiring and empowering youths

Kwacha Afrika seeks to engage youth living in poverty both in and out of school in social and economic empowerment initiatives thereby uplifting their living standards.

Our Mission

Inspiring and empowering youths to transform themselves and their communities.

“Kwacha Afrika” is an indigenous coastal phrase which means ‘Arise Afrika.’ Over the years, Kwacha Afrika has grown from a purely theater-oriented organization to become a leading youth organization, which works throughout the Coast region of Kenya. The organization seeks to engage the youth both in and out of school in social and economic empowerment initiatives to uplift their living standards.

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🌟 Today, we're thrilled to share the remarkable success story of Kwacha Afrika and the transformative power of sustained civic education for youth empowerment and economic growth, spotlighting the inspiring journey of Mshikamano Self-Help Group. Through dedicated efforts in civic education, Kwacha Afrika has empowered young individuals within Mshikamano to become active participants in their communities, driving positive change and fostering economic resilience. From grassroots advocacy to skill-building initiatives, Mshikamano exemplifies the profound impact of civic education in unlocking opportunities, nurturing entrepreneurship, and building a brighter future for generations to come. Read full story here 👉 kwachaafrika.org/story/from-learning-to-leading-the-transformative-power-of-sustained-civic-educa...@followers Dream Achievers Youth Organization Kenya ForumCiv Eastern & Southern Africa NguzoHub Mombasa County Department of Youth, Gender, Sports & Cultural Affairs Better COAST Organization Coast Education Center - COEC Human Rights Agenda[HURIA] Muslim women Advancement of Rights and Protection Youth and Women for Peace and Sustainable Development Uzalendo Afrika Initiative Embassy of Denmark in Kenya and Somalia Uraia Connect to Retain, coast Centre for Rights Education and Awareness (CREAW) Swahilipot Hub Sisters For Justice HamisaZaja Community Services. UNDP Kenya Likoni Community Development Programme - Licodep Kadzandani Creative Youth Organization HER Narrative Manyunyu CBO ... See MoreSee Less
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🌟 Today, we celebrate The International Day of Sport for Development and Peace under the inspiring theme “Sport for the Promotion of Peaceful and Inclusive Societies.” 🕊️🌍 Sport has the incredible power to transcend boundaries, unite communities, and foster a culture of peace .As we honor this day, let's reflect on the transformative impact of sports in breaking down barriers, promoting social cohesion, and empowering individuals worldwide. Whether on the field, court, or track, let's harness the spirit of sportsmanship to build a brighter, more harmonious future for all! 🏆⚽ #SportForPeace@followers ... See MoreSee Less
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🎨🌍 Embracing the power of art to transform societies! Today on #WorldArtsDay, we celebrate our incredible journey and the pioneering approach to change-making through ARTIVISM! youth voices have bloomed in advocating for economic opportunities and peace-building, among others.

🌟 Empowering communities = Transforming governance!Our efforts in improving communities have seen the Mombasa County Government ensuring service delivery and project implementation. Together, we're making a real difference! 💪🏽 Learn more👉https://kwachaafrika.org/success-stories/

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“Young people if you want to see change in society don’t wait for someone to come and tell you what to do, start doing it yourself.”
Athman Ibrahim
Mombasa County

🌟 Thrilled to spotlight the inspiring success story of Mshikamano Self-Help Group 🚀 Through sustained civic education, they're driving youth empowerment and economic growth, proving the transformative power of education and community action!👉https://kwachaafrika.org/story/from-learning-to-leading-the-transformative-power-of-sustained-civic-education-for-youth-empowerment-and-economic-growth/

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Success Stories

Organizations partners

Many development actors have supported the organization’s activities since it started in 2000. These include the youth and the wider community in the Coast region, particularly in Kilifi, Mombasa where Kwacha Afrika is based.