RUKA! Youth Leadership Conference combines design thinking, open-space methodology and rights-based approach by creating the infrastructure to cultivate and support young change-makers from under-served areas in their journey to tackle the toughest challenges in their personal lives and communities.
“[V]iolence against women and Men” is understood as a violation of human rights and a form of discrimination against women/Men and shall mean all acts of Gender‐Based Violence that result in, or are likely to result in, physical, sexual, psychological or economic harm or suffering to women/men, including threats of such acts are so irritating to youths in our community.”
We are #demystyfying such acts and deeds in the community.
#followlearnlead-as we digrace people of such act against human rights in the informal schools in Mathare Slums and its environment.
I volunteer with the PaaMoja Initiative in the community of Mathare because of the enormous impact it has had on my life – the least I can do is return the favour. Continue reading Finding My Passion
After every term, we normally hold a one-day evaluation program whereby we analyse the whole term’s successes, challenges as well as plan for the upcoming year. Last term Continue reading PaaMoja End-Year Evaluation