Addressing youth concerns through legislative intervention will provide a sustainable solution and is expected to lead to a youth constituency that is generally more content and one that feels catered for by society. This is bound to lead to a more peaceful and prosperous society in general and in this regard our proposed intervention has the general public as the secondary beneficiaries with the youth being the primary beneficiaries.
-Creation of 5 Youth Parliamentary Working Groups
-24 regional youth consultative forums spread out in all of Kenya’s 8 administrative provinces
-Interviews with key informants
-training in policymaking
• More responsive and inclusive laws that encompass youth concerns in their design
• Continuous dialogue between parliament and Kenya’s youth on parliamentary bills and national policies
Africa Youth Trust
Project Leader: Joseph Kimani
Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.