Yaden’s network represents nearly 200 youth organisations, spead out all over East Africa. Use underneath map to discover our network members.
Want to add your own group? Zoom in on the map and rightclick on the location where your group is located; follow the presented link to the registration form.
Introduction Mombasa is the second largest town in Kenya and lies on the East Coast of Africa. With white sandy beaches and rich history as evidenced by many monuments and attractions left by Portuguese, Arabs and other Europeans who in different times in history colonised Mombasa and neighbouring coastal towns. Tourism is the main
Introduction Bungoma is a laid back agricultural town near the Kenya-Uganda border with a population above 300 000 (larger Bungoma district), a poverty rate of 56% and HIV prevalence at 7 Inhabited mainly by the Bukusu community an ethnic group within the larger Luhya community the town is not large or glamorous compared to
Introduction Once a centre for the East African slave trade, Bagamoyo literally means, “lay your heart” (Bwaga = lay and Moyo = heart in Swahili). The name came from the despair felt by those who had been captured inland and transported to Bagamoyo where they waited to be shipped to Zanzibar and the Far
Introduction Garissa is the head quarters of the expansive but sparsely populated North Eastern Province. Characterised by harsh climatic conditions, low rainfall and violent winds the region is inhabited by mainly Somali ethnic group of Muslim faith, who are nomadic pastoralists rearing cattle, goats, sheep and camels. In urban settings such as Garissa town
Introduction Nairobi is the largest metropolis in East and Central Africa and continues to grow swallowing small towns in its environs. Nairobi and Kenya as a whole boasts as one of the most unequal societies in the world. Many people migrate from the countryside and settle in Nairobi as casual labourers in the manufacturing industries
Introduction Kampala is the capital of Uganda, it consists of various districts some affluent and others no more than informal settlements/slums. Uganda like many African countries has seen its share of armed conflict but peace and stability has returned since mid 1980’s when president Museveni come to power. But the effects of these conflicts