The State Department for Youth Affairs and the Creative Economy led by regional coordinator Daniel Kirui and UNICEF had a fruitful youth engagement session at the Embakasi Youth Centre. Generation Unlimited (Gen U), UNICEF is working with partners to expand education, training and employment opportunities for young people. Yunitok and Yoma are UNICEF’s digital platforms, that are designed to foster civic engagement and stimulate the creativity of young Kenyans.
Kenya’s youth possess a wealth of innovative ideas, and Gen U is committed to equipping them with the skills and training required to realize their full potential. By nurturing these ideas and supporting youth start-ups, Gen U aims to make a positive impact at global, national, county, and regional levels.
The State Department for Youth Affairs and the Creative Economy operates youth hubs that provide access for young people to engage in various programs, including the imaGen Ventures Youth Challenge, Yoma courses, and the BeGreen programs. These initiatives are designed to empower and uplift the youth of Kenya.