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Country:
Kenya
City:
Nakuru
Adress:
Naka Estate, Community Center Building. Nakuru
Email:
info@tribelessyouth.org
Phone:
+254 790 999038
Tribeless Youth

Karibu To Our Beautiful Madness

Tribeless Youth, a social movement in Kenya,
focuses on promoting national unity, social cohesion,
and non-tribalism among young people.
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Tribeless Youth

We are a pioneer creative, Activism and digital media Organisation

Tribeless Youth

We utilize digital media and innovative platforms to initiate unconventional dialogues, Speak Truth to power, and narrate Stories of Change

Reimagine Activism and Artivism

Engages artists in using their talents to stimulate
social and political discourse, leveraging art as a
tool for activism (Artivism)
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WHO WE ARE

We motivate young individuals to advocate for fairness, inclusivity, and meaningful change.

Tribeless Youth is an organization established in 2016 in Kenya, primarily focusing on the empowerment and active participation of youth and women. By aiming to initiate transformative changes in cultural, political, and socio-economic institutions, Tribeless Youth strives to foster an environment of peaceful coexistence among Kenyans

We use innovative art, digital campaigns and civic tech to inspire young Kenyans to advocate and fight
for just and better communities.
We incubate and support the emergence of the upcoming generation of socially conscious artists,
activists, content creators, and community change-makers.

Because we believe in Equal, Transparent and Accountable governance systems

Our Major Programs

Usanii, Uwazi na Uwajibikaji

Tribeless Youth aims at hosting Usanii Ni Sanaa Magazine Events featuring puppetry, comedy and commentary on these issues.

Ukumbi Wa Demokrasia

Ukumbi features storytelling sessions between the elders in the society and young people in order to create a space for reclaiming history and sharing realities.

Space For Political Participation

This space is intended for Creatives and Change-makers to network, share ideas, collaborate, learn, gain market accessibility and push boundaries.

UWAZI NA UWAJIBIKAJI

Hosting offline informal dialogue sessions with Hub Membership targeting 20 individuals per ward. Goal: highlight issues and formulate action plans.

Tenda Wema

Sonia Virdeee was dismayed by the state of difficulty that the Covid-19 pandemic had heaped on mankind. Stories of job losses were demoralizing, wails of the homeless were depressing and cries of starvation were soul crushing. Sonia began to mobilize her friends and a group of volunteers from the Asian community with strong support from her humble family. Her journey to restore faith in mankind had started. 

#SoniaVirdee #TendaWema #TribelessYouth

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