Every journey has a beginning, doesn’t it? Life is full of twists and turns, and each of us navigates a unique path. Along the way, we encounter a variety of experiences that teach us lessons and challenge our preconceptions. Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights Advocates share their personal journeys toward embracing feminism. These stories reflect resilience and self-reflection, shedding light on the ups and downs of personal growth. Each story is a unique chapter, contributing to a powerful narrative that inspires others to embark on their own amazing journeys. Click the link below to dive into these advocates’ feminist journeys.

Youth Changers Kenya recently launched phase 2 of the Thamini Usawa training, which aims to increase the knowledge levels of young people on intersectional sexual reproductive health and rights. The training brought together 18 diverse young people in all their diversity for training on intersectionality, sexual reproductive health and rights, feminism, and media advocacy. 

At the end of the training, we asked young people what they were committing to do, and this is what they said. To find out, click the read more button.

These commitments reflect their unwavering dedication to fostering a brighter, more inclusive future for themselves and their communities, driven by the knowledge and skills acquired during our training.

It’s official: Our Annual Report 2022 is now out!

We are delighted to present our 2022 Annual Report, dubbed THE YEAR OF HE{R}ALTH – The health of the body, mind, and soul.

We are proud of our achievements, wins, and impact as we work towards a violence free society. Furthermore, we are grateful to the development partners, champions, and friends who have continued to offer endless support to us.

YCK implemented sexual reproductive health and rights, sexual violence, advocacy, girls’ education, and mental health in Kakamega, Kiambu, and Nairobi counties.

To learn more about our work and impact, check out our annual report.

Every year, Youth Changers Kenya publishes an Annual Report to highlight the impact we’ve had in the communities they serve.

In our most recent Annual Report 2020-2021, we highlight our accomplishments, our work, and our impact as we champion for the realization of sexual reproductive health and rights (SRHR), as well as our commitment to addressing and ending sexual and gender-based violence.

Despite the impact of COVID 19, the organization implemented sexual reproductive health & rights, sexual violence education, advocacy, and mental wellness activities in Kiambu, Kakamega, and Nairobi.

Young People Impacted
Key Gatekeepers
Policy Engagement
Teen Mothers who completed secondary school