YOUTH GOVERNANCE AND LEADERSHIP
Building leadership capacity and skills of youth in order to advocate for their rights.
SUSTAINABLE YOUTH EMPOWEREMENT
Playing a facilitative role in empowering youth to design, implement and evaluate their own development.
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.
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.
Building leadership capacity in youth to enable them advocate on issues that concern them.
Gender & Disability
Building capacity among the youth in the appreciation of health, gender and disability issues.
Develop capacity on issues of waste management and renewable energy.
Supporting talent development among the youth for economic and awareness impact.
Amos Tsori Amri aka Amos Mox is a 23 year old young upcoming singer and actor based in Mombasa County –Kisauni Sub-county. He is also a student at Technical University of Mombasa undertaking Bachelor of Arts in Media studies. Amos has been passionate about music since...
Through the support of Forum Syd Kenya under the USIPONIHUSISHA NAJIHUSISHA project , Kwacha Afrika engaged the residents of Bengala in Kisauni Sub county in discussing openly on matters pertaining to devolution, county developments, and spaces for youth to...
The importance of registering as a voter is to ensure that right leadership is in place in cultivating a socially empowered society at all times. Kwacha Afrika Play a major role in ensuring that the residents of Mombasa county register as voters and take active role...
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 Kisauni, Mombasa where Kwacha Afrika is based.