Coaches Across Continent works throughout Kenya stretching all across the country. All of our partners in Kenya are very unique and passionate about their work. Not only do we have partners who we have worked with for a few years but we have also added new partners in Kenya for 2013. HODI, KESOFO, KISUMU, Likoni, Moving Goalposts, SEP, TYSA, VAP are our fantastic partners in Kenya.

Horn of Africa Development Initiative (HODI) is an NGO located in Marsabit County, in northern Kenya.  They use football to help end tribal conflicts and clashes with a motto, “shoot to score goals instead of shooting to kill.” Using football for a means to a better life, they open new doors to many young adults and children. For more information please click on their link.

Kenya Community Sports Foundation (KESOFO) is an NGO located in Eldoret town, Kenya. They use sport for social change, focusing on youth transformation and behavior change throughout their community. Creating sport based projects that educate youth on all aspects of life are played at at the youth centre which create a safe environment for the community. For more information please click on their link.

Kisumu Youth Football Association (KYFA)  use football as a chance to expand children’s development as people outside of the classroom. They have created a community based league that brings football competitions while also teaching life skills. They not only teach the children on the field but they also have many leadership programs for the community. For more information please click their link. 

Likoni Community Football League is a community-based youth organization in Likoni, Mombasa, Kenya. It was created with the goal to provide competition throughout Likoni giving youth a chance to play football in a structured area while also creating leaders within the community. For more information please click their link.

Moving the Goalposts (MTG) is an organization based in Kilifi District, Kenya who teaches skills to  girls and women to better equip them for the future touching topics of leadership, confidence, and self-esteem. Not only does MTG work on helping women gain confidence and leadership but they also educate the women about reproductive health, human rights, and economic empowerment initiatives. For more information please click their link.

The Society Empowerment Project (SEP) is located in Oyugis which is a very rural area in Western Kenya and a Streetfootball World parter. SEP uses football to capture the youths interest throughout the area then uses that connection to wider their education and personal development through messages in the game. For more information please click their link.

Trans-nzoia Youth Sports Association (TYSA) is an NGO who uses sport to Inspire and Empower people. With a network of 10 International Organizations and over 20 local organizations they have a support system that keeps them accomplishing there goals. They have been recognized from many organizations one being CARE a USA based organization recieveing the Special Award for Youth Education. For more information please click their link.

Vijana Amani Pamoja meaning “Peace Together Youth” is a community-based-organisation, located in the heart of the Eastlands area of Nairobi, Kenya, where it is home to numerous slums and high poverty area. SEP uses football to empower and educate young people from the city slums to help them make positive and healthy decisions. For more information please click their link.

2 Comments on “Kenya”

  1. Allan Ketoyo July 10, 2012 at 9:39 am #

    Thanks COACHES ACROSS CONTINENT for the good work you are doing.Well i write from Kenya ed i train a group of young boys in my my local area. I studied community development and just want to know how you can partner with us. Do you have offices in Kenya? Thanks

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