Activista coast members during a retreat in Mombasa
Mombasa activista Youth Network in a peaceful procession during the Youth International Day.
The role of youth in fighting for inclusion and development opportunities in their counties is critcal for the growth of the counties.
Gender involvement is critical in ensuring equal rights and opprtunites at the leadership level of the counties.
Participants following up during a forum on gender disparities, health and sexual rights.
Youth leadership engagement forum at Kwacha Afrika
Mwakirunge Primary School pupils with seedlings for tree planting session during the World Environment Day.
Kwacha believes in mentoring young people into ensuring the environment is conserved.
Pupils from different schools rejoicing on their efforts and success in keeping their environment safe during the World Environment Day
Maunguja Primary school pupil planting a tree in one of the school events.
Pupils from Baraka primary school with their Environment Club Teacher planting a tree during the worl environment day.
A girl from Mwakirunge primary school sharing her views on the effect of early sexual activities, teenage pregnancey and harmful health practices.
Maunguja primary school pupil sharing the importance of environment conservation with his fellow pupils.
Kwacha Afrika engages the County governemt departments in ensuring that youths have a safe platform on adressing youth matters to the county governments.
Over the years Kwacha Afrika has been delivering quality theater plays to its audience each month.
Maunguja primary pupils focus group discussions during a mentorship session
A trainer engaging participants in civic education training at Kwacha Afrika.
Participants in a group session during a social accountability training.
A community engagement forum in Likoni on county government development, citizen participation and youth involvement on county leadership.
Peer education training for school mentorship trainers at Kwacha Afrika
Kwacha Theater group believes in sharing skills with upcoming young people in the theater industry.
Youth health rights forum held at Kisauni Sub-county
Kwacha Afrika peer educator engaging pupils of Maunguja primary school during a mentorship session.
Every year Kwacha Afrika Volunteers grace the Good Governance Festival to adress the importance of good governance through arts