In 1996, a group of seven young university student leaders were concerned about the country’s governance and leadership. They were convinced that reforming the Kenyan state required young and vibrant leadership. The reformation necessitated the organized involvement of young people in Kenya’s democratic processes. This lead to the formation of Youth Agenda.
For over two decades, Youth agenda has been a leading advocate for young people by developing their capacity to take charge of the affairs within their county through leadership trainings and support, knowledge generation and dissemination and facilitating platforms to engage in governance and development process.
We dared to dream and realization of the dream is only through more investment in the youths of the country.