Watch how young people in Kenya came together to give back to the community by doing a cleanup in Mathare, Nairobi. 🚮 🌳 : : : ✅Mother Earth is our home : ✅Young people at the forefront of taking action ✅Join us
“Where I come from in South Sudan there were no hospitals to take the sick. It was painful losing so many children. Ever since I arrived here, I promised myself that I would help the sick if I had the power to do so.” Albino Lofere has been working for 3 years as a Community Health Volunteer within Kakuma Refugee Camp. With support from the Gov of Japan 🇯🇵 he works in partnership with the @redcrosske to ensure that children have access to quality health & other services. #everychildalive
What is Generation Unlimited? : ✔️ Secondary-age education ✔️Skills for learning, employability and decent work ✔️Empowerment, with a focus on girls : : 24-year-old @i_amstace is passionate about ensuring every child has access to nutrition. 🥬 She couldn’t have said it better.😌 :
Hey you, it’s about collaboration. Youth for Youth. 💯 . . .
Generation Unlimited is an opportunity for young people to help each other identify solutions to the challenges they face.🧮 . . . Listen to 21 year old @ezra_kipruto and how he is helping the youth.💪🏿 Share your story.😉 : : #GenUnlimited
Sports plays an important role in the development of a person. 🥅⚽️ . .
Ambassador Amina Mohammed, C.S for Sports, Culture and Heritage together with UNICEF Kenya & Football Kenya Federation led a send off event for the Kenya Under 15 team participating in the Mediterranean International Cup Football Tournament in Spain. The Academy of Korogocho has 6 children participating. 👏
Generation Unlimited is an open door for girls to be heard. 🚪 Through empowerment, they can live independently and in turn inspire their peers. Twenty-Four-year-old @francisca_ndinda is pursuing and expressing her creative interests through film and photography.🎞📸 #GenUnlimited
Meet Fifo. She is 9 years old and lives in Laisamis, Marsabit County. She used to fetch water daily 8km away from her home. This distance has been reduced to just 500m after UNICEF and partners restored a borehole and equipped it with solar power. Here’s her story. #LeavingNoOneBehind#WorldWaterDay