It aims at attracting the attention of youths from all over the country, and indeed all Kenyans so as to assist us focus people’s attention on activities being undertaken around issues to do with integrity.
The program aims to help mentees achieve professional development, exchange information, network, experience personal growth, and advance their careers.
The intent is to reduce crime by collaborating with national, county and territorial partners to design and deliver national programs that are specific and appropriate to regions and communities.
To deal with tribalism, One Love Kenya Trust engages a diverse set of stakeholders to disrupt the tribalistic mindset and address the broader issues at stake.
Our rape program encourages the development of comprehensive prevention strategies using a public health approach. This includes a range of activities to address the way individual, relationship, community, and societal factors impact sexual violence.
Political violence is a social emergency and the government needs to get a grip on the problem or more youths will continue to suffer disproportionately.
One Love Kenya Trust’s prevention programs aim to thwart violent radicalization from happening in the first place and to intervene as early as possible when it is occurring.
Although there’s no cure for drug addiction, One Love Kenya Trust partners with organizations that offer treatment options which help addicts overcome their addictions and stay drug-free.
#Tujitume! means getting up and going out there to do whatever it takes to make a living; be it selling boiled eggs, washing clothes, hawking products, braiding hair or even being a matatu conductor. Whatever the case, do what you can to earn an income. No excuses!
Led by its Campaign Ambassador Wyre Da Love Child, OLKT’s sole focus is to address a myriad of issues affecting Kenyan youths, especially those living in the slums areas, with the aim of finding lasting solutions to them.