Tribeless Youth is a youth initiative established in 2016 with a view to promote peaceful coexistence among the youth in Kenya. The organization uses art, music and creativity to demystify the ideologies of “my tribe, my people” with a view to galvanize unity among Kenya’s youthful generation. We advocate for a mental shift from tribal-based stereotypes to issue based politics where leaders are elected out of their competence and policies and not because of their tribe. Tribeless youth is anchored on the article 10 and chapter 55 of the constitution of Kenya 2010. Our mission is to catalyze a generation of change makers; a powerful youthful generation that overcomes stereotypes used by politicians, and tribal lords to perpetuate hatred and chaos. We operate under four main principles of Good Governance, Social Justice, Transparency and Accountability and Inclusion.
Tribeless Youth aims at amplifying national values as a point of convergence for Kenyans. We do this through engaging young people in cultural activities intended to bring a sense of purpose among them. Tribeless Youth was founded by young people in Nakuru County in Kenya and has managed to create visible impact through its initiatives.
Tribeless Youth works in 8 counties across the country (Nakuru, Nairobi, Kericho, Kisii, Uasin Gishu , Laikipia, Baringo and Kisumu )