Programming

What We Do

NAYO believes that by developing the youth’s capacity to respond to issues that affect their day to day lives NAYO will enhance the impact youth make on the ground through their different projects. As an Umbrella Body each member is affiliated to a Cluster or different clusters for increased participation. This allows for a Common Platform of Action, Youth Mobilization, Networking, Knowledge Sharing and Coordinated interventions in the youth sector within the country. The annual project reach of the cluster programs is 215 000 youth (suggest we revise this downwards).

NAYO organizes its programmes of work in a way that benefits primarily Young people that is Youth Organizations and Youth Advocates (includes volunteers) in the diverse communities across the country through:

  • Service provision – this is array of services that seek to improve access, foster inclusion and participation of youth, support capacity development and community resilience;
  • Policy Advocacy and Lobby -
  • Capacity Development – youth sector organizations are leading development initiatives in diverse communities requiring expertise and technical know-how to scale up their interventions; and
  • Coordination – support youth partners in the diverse communities across the country through Coordination using the Cluster Approach. Given the dynamism of youths, NAYO’s programs fall within a Thematic Clusters. Youth Advocates and Partners fall into a cluster.

NAYO believes that by developing the youth’s capacity to respond to issues that affect their day to day lives NAYO will enhance the impact youth make on the ground through their different projects. As an Umbrella Body each member is affiliated to a Cluster or different clusters for increased participation. This allows for a Common Platform of Action, Youth Mobilization, Networking, Knowledge Sharing and Coordinated interventions in the youth sector within the country. The annual project reach of the cluster programs is 120 000 youth.

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