The Youth With A Vision Cooperation Circle was founded in 2002 by inter-university students from different religions and tribes. Their great strength is that they go beyond tribal and religious barriers, which is a major challenge in Kenya. They carry out programs for young people about education, the environment, health care, the alleviation of poverty, and security. They move around in schools assisting teachers and pupils, particularly in the area of science where motivation is lacking. They want to create an international network of facilitators to generate ideas on the best way to fulfill the vast demands for their work. This group consists of Muslims, Christians and Indigenous traditions.
“Our purpose is to empower youth through advocacy, education and being given information.”
Christianity, Indigenous, Islam
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