Reaching out to the young and energetic
Kenya I Care team continues to reach out to young people. The Initiatives of Change (IofC) Subukia and Nakuru teams have been relentless in their efforts to reach out to young people and inspire change. In churches, youth groups, learning institutions….wherever there are young people; you will find someone from Subukia with the message of caring for Kenya.
Fórum de alunos da Universidade de Kenyatta sobre juventude e liderança
A Associação de Alunos da Universidade de Kenyatta (KUSA) organizou um fórum de líderes estudantis sobre Juventude e Liderança em 17 de Fevereiro de 2012. O fórum reuniu estudantes universitários, líderes do governo e agentes promotores de paz.
Kenyatta University students' forum on youth and leadership
Kenyatta University Students Association (KUSA) had a student leaders' forum on Youth and Leadership on 17 February 2012. Kenya I Care group was invited to talk on 'the role of youth in governance and development of the country.'
Changing for the better? ...Kenya I Care evaluated!
‘What feedback do you give the Initiatives of Change (IofC) team to prove that indeed their coming is not in vain; that you are changing for the better?’
Kenya I Care sessions evaluated at Subukia Polytechnic
‘No’ to drugs and alcoholism! Kenya I Care
On 22 October, 2011, the Subukia Kenya I Care team, together with some other senior Initiatives of Change (IofC) members, were invited to have a one-day interactive session on the issue of drugs and alcoholism in Maina village, Central Kenya.
Kenya I Care in Bungoma, Western Kenya!
Once again the Kenya I Care team had a busy month in July, with the aim of at least bringing change to the wonderful country of Kenya, if not the whole world. One of the major highlights was a comprehensive outreach in Bungoma county, in western Kenya.