Shauri Yako Community Youth Support Centre (SYSC)

Vision: To empower disadvantaged and marginalized slum youth, women and at-risk families in a sustainable way. Mission: To improve the quality of life for people living in extreme poverty in Nyeri district, Kenya's biggest slum, through social and economic development programs and community services, with a special focus on children, youth and poor women.

Community youth

Community youth
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Shauri Yako

Shauri Yako
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Provide Job Skills to Kenyan Slum Youth

Provide Job Skills to Kenyan Slum Youth
Photo from Progress Report 'First Group of Trainees Ready to Graduate' (view small | med | large | orig)

Provide Job Skills to Kenyan Slum Youth

Provide Job Skills to Kenyan Slum Youth
Photo from Progress Report 'First Group of Trainees Ready to Graduate' (view small | med | large | orig)

Provide Job Skills to Kenyan Slum Youth

Provide Job Skills to Kenyan Slum Youth
Photo from Progress Report 'First Group of Trainees Ready to Graduate' (view small | med | large | orig)
 
   

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