Health  Kenya Project #2011

Keeping Hope Alive for 1000 Children and Youth

by Trans-nzoia Youth Sports Association (TYSA) Vetted since 2007


Offering sports, games, lifeskills, counselling, clothing and education to 1000 children and youths affected by Ethnic Viloence at Kachibora IDP camp in Kenya.

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Project is addresing trauma, stigma, ethnic hatred, illiteracy, torture and torments of children and youth in Trans-nzoia district affected by ethnic violence. This project offers psychosocial programs, eg sports, games, music, dance and drama, counselling, education, clothing.Over 1000 will benefit.


We run a daily sports/games/Music/Drama/Dance program at the Internally Displaced Camp at Kachibora. We hold talkshows and lifeskills workshops for the youth.

Long-Term Impact

The project will support 1000 children and youths to gain usefull lifeskills and to cope with the trauma experienced during the ethnic violence.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).

Organization Information

Trans-nzoia Youth Sports Association (TYSA)

Location: Kitale, Trans nzoia County - Kenya
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Gichuki Francis
Executive Officer
Kitale, Kenya

Funded Project!

Thanks to 8 donors like you, a total of $850 was raised for this project on GlobalGiving. Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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