KESYDO Resource center will provide training to youth from various slums in the country in leadership in the sectors of Arts, Sports, Nutrition/Agriculture, Information Technology, and Health. The center will also strive to become advocates for peer-to-peer and youth-to-child youth mentors.
The Kenya Slum youth development organization is a non-profit organization and relies entirely upon the financial and human resources donations of our sponsors. Contributions come in many forms: time, money, access to resources. We welcome any and all offers of assistance that are in keeping with the spirit of the Foundation, that is, open and egalitarian
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KESYDO seeks to develop a system where all youths in slum will have an equal opportunity to basic education, entrepreneurship skills, health and environmental transformation through the available resources as well as soliciting funds to realize the organization’s objectives.
Global Youth Service Day celebrates and mobilizes the millions of young people who improve their communities each day of the year through service. Established in 1988, Global Youth Service Day is the largest service event in the world, and the only day of service dedicated to children and youth.
GYSD is celebrated each year in over 100 countries, with young people working together-and with schools, youth organizations, nonprofits, community and faith-based organizations, national service programs, government agencies, and adult mentors-- to address the world’s most critical issues and change their communities.