Kenya Youth Empowerment and Employment Initiative (KYEEI)
The Kenya Youth Empowerment and Employment Initiative (KYEEI) is an effort to prepare youth for the world of work and to facilitate job creation in Kenya, where over 500,000 youth graduate secondary school each year with no marketable skills and no prospects for sustainable employment. This is contributing to the 11 million unemployed youth in a country where poverty is common and idle youth have been manipulated by conflicting tribal leaders into crisis situations of violence and crime.
This effort is funded in part by the U. S. Agency for International Development. SAI, through Nazarene Compassionate Ministries, Inc, supports Africa Nazarene University (ANU) in their role as secretariat of the KYEEI. In this role, ANU brokers, facilitates, and mediates the work within each of the Strategic Enterprise Areas. They strengthen connections between key domain leaders, maintain regular communications between stakeholders and partners, and conduct all monitoring, evaluation, and reporting of the KYEEI. Visit client website