Youth leader Spotlight: Titus Mustoka
My name is Titus Makau Musyoka, my friends call me “Marcelo” aged 24 years. My family consists of 4 people; my mother2 siblings and I . I was born in 1998 Dec 20th and was bred and brought up at Mukuru Viwandani Slums. I went to many primary schools before finishing primary level, this was due to financial strains from my mother who has been taking care of us alone since i knew myself, I completed high school in 2018.Read more
Reducing Carbon footprint through play
This will be the first global effort to create a widespread, effective sport for development curriculum to educate individuals and organizations across the world with actionable steps they can take to reduce their personal carbon footprint. The curriculum has been developed by Coaches Across Continents, piloted and implemented by S4D climate action leader Green Kenya throughout Nairobi, it will be then translated into seven major global languages and shared freely and openly for individuals and organizations to use to educate their children, young leaders, coaches, and communities.
The team behind Women Up
The women Up team is made up of physical education teachers from the schools that Women up sessions are taking place, the role of the teachers is to help to mentor the girls to understand the changes that they go through, both physical and emotional. This sessions will help the girls to know what to do especially when they have their menses while participating in sports. Menstruation is a ‘taboo’ subject in many cultures and its effect on women’s participation in sport and physical culture and the community where we conduct our sessions is no exception.
The dominant constraints to participation in Sports activities is related to practical challenges of hygiene and waste disposal for managing menstruation. This causes negative and emotional responses to women to ‘missing out’ on Sports activities with the majority of concerns about their performance in socio-cultural contexts related to personal anxieties. The teachers commented on their belief in being a role model in professional work encouraging open discussion around menstruation and enabling more women and girls to take part in adventurous activities.
Internship & Volunteer Opportunities at Green-Kenya
Green-Kenya is always looking for great volunteer coaches and interns. You’ll have the opportunity to join one of the best volunteer teams in Africa, and to experience new cultures while creating long-lasting, locally sustainable change in the communities where you work. Please read our Volunteer Application Guide and complete the Volunteer Coach Application. For more information, please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org