Youth Agenda Blog | Making The Youth Factor Count
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Check out our amazing stories from the youths.

Over 300 women aspirants from Nairobi County strongly condemned the recent cases of electoral violence in the country...

Promoting youths talents during the Ignite Youth Night Market held during the Easter Holiday in Nairobi Kenya during the past Easter holiday...

Youth Agenda in partnership with ACT organized Dala Purple Zebra movement that seeks to champion the cause of Affirmative within Affirmative Action...

  Women aspirants in the VoteaDada Launch in Kisii.  Photo: Kevin Wabungo By Kevin Wabungo - AMPRSK ‘Some leaders are born women.” This quote by Geraldine Ferraro resonate greatly with women aspiring for elective positions in Kisii County following the Women in Leadership campaign dubbed VOTEADADA. The campaign launched...

A young woman vied for a political seat in the last year’s general elections. Possessed with zeal and passion to go after what she wanted, she knew that the road ahead would be plagued with nothing but challenges of intimidation by the male opponents, insults,...

Donald Trump after his victory speech. Someone once said, "expect the unexpected. A personality who brands himself as a racist, misogynist, and a sexist, is now fortified to be the 45th president of the free world, USA. Many right now would argue that US is not...

First of all, a Genius of the Year Award to whoever said Pizza makes everything better. I mean political conversations are hectic. Whether it’s a political chat, a debate, a confrontation, or a rally. As long as it is politics, bet your house it’s hectic. Well, only until...

So let's talk every student's nightmare. The job hunt. Some of us like to study, some of us don’t. Some of us like to party, some of us don’t. Some of us are loyal to our student loan, some of us are not (chuckles) – but one...

So when we talk a Dada, we are talking a lady, a woman, a female (somehow our generation got soot on this one) – we are also talking a queen, or a duchess, a countess, or a peeress, a baroness, and ladies and gentlemen –...