2nd Floor, Rm. 210. Nakuru.
9AM to 4PM
Youths are the future generation of every society, and in that sense they must be empowered for a better future. We all agree that youths play vital roles in the society including leadership, maintaining culture and the current status of the society etc. Despite the many roles in the society, the youth faces the many […]
Indigenous peoples are a group of people who face double discrimination, either because of their gender or because of their ethnicity.In all of our advocacy work, Tirap Youth Trust believes in using a human-centered approach.This is accomplished by disseminating information on indigenous peoples’ rights, such as the right to own property, the right to a […]
Indigenous communities like the Ogiek community have a deep connection to the forest (Mau Forest) and Nature. But due to the climate crisis and deforestation. The water tower is slowly reducing. Tirap Youth Trust has acknowledged this as a big problem and rehabilitated a portion of the forest. We not only plant trees but grow […]
There are 17 Sustainable Development Goals and most indigenous communities are not aware. These communities often live in areas where they lack access to this information. At Tirap Youth Trust we educate the Ogiek youth amongst other indigenous communities about the SDGs. We conduct forums at the grassroots level on how they can take part […]