Through  trainings, workshops and mentorship programmes, we support emerging leaders to identify and overcome bottlenecks in the delivery of leadership in the socio-economic and political space to drive impact.

These leadership skills enable women and men at continental, regional, national, sub-national and community levels to serve in several decision-making positions.

  • Peer to Peer Learning
  • Climate Change action
  • Research and Trainings

Good Governance

We support emerging corporate and young leaders to stand on a foundation of solid governance principles and have a clear mission and vision for the future and align public and private sector development agenda. 

  • Electoral and Voting Process Oversight 
  • Democracy Dialogues

Health Welfare

At the community and national level, we work with a wide range of people including health workers, locally elected community leaders, religious leaders to provide leadership capacity building on health issues that affect the communities through:

  • My Health My Value project 
  • My Data, Our Health Campaign
  • Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health (RMNCAH)
  • Sexual Reproductive Health Rights and HIV/AIDS 
  • Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTD)

Gender Equality

Through the Voice Out Against Gender-Based Violence project ’. In the Swahili context, it translates to Paza Sauti Dhidi ya Ukatili. We work to address gender-based violence to children, young girls and women affected by:

  • Feminist movements
  • Early child forced marriages.
  • Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) 
  • Domestic Violence – By empowering girls and women, particularly GBV survivors and girls at risk access education and know their rights

Peace building

Through projects at border communities, we work to resolve current conflicts and prevent future conflicts by addressing the causes of the problem through capacity building initiatives that are instrumental to promote peace and security, and are zones of ffacilitation of citizens through:

  • The development of constructive personal group
  • Political relationships across ethnic, religious, class, national, and racial boundaries.
  • To resolve injustice in nonviolent ways
  • Conflict management; conflict resolution and transformation, and post-conflict reconciliation.