Mombasa district profile
partner organization: DREAM ACHIEVERS YOUTH ORGANIZATION
Sally Ndinda Kesa (District Coordinator)
Off Old Malindi Road towards Bamburi, Rahma House
P.O. Box 12046-80117, Mtopanga Posta
Geographical area: Mombasa district
Major sectors of work: Sexual and reproductive health, human rights, child rights and sexuality
Human Resources: No paid staff
Main sources of income: Donations and grants from national and international organisations
Dream Achievers Youth Organization (DAYO) was founded way back in 2005 on the 28th of may by a group of young volunteers who needed to mitigate challenges among young people through community theatre as a participatory strategy of disseminating, educating, and informing the community on issues of adolescence sexual and reproductive health, human rights, child rights and sexuality with a focus in youths so that they can protect themselves from unwanted pregnancies, drug abuse and HIV/AIDS among others.
Vision: To be a leading youth friendly organization in the region, thereby creating a responsible and empowered youth.
Mission: To build capacity and respond with vigor, compassion and empathy to the victims of this global pandemic and thereby building a better tomorrow through delivering excellent quality services of preventing and reducing the risk of drug abuse, teenage pregnancies and HIV/AIDS infection to the vulnerable in the community.
Motto: Serving the community
Our core values;
- Be a leader in service delivery to the community at large.
- Be diligent in its efforts to meet the objective of the organization in the region.
- Mobilizing resources and humanity effectively and efficiently towards improving the lives of the vulnerable in the region.
- Promoting good work ethics within the society.
Areas of interest:
• HIV and AIDS
• Reproductive Health
• Alcohol and other drugs
• Gender based violence
• Human rights
• Women rights
• Marginalized groups (disabled)
Partners and stakeholders
Ministry of youth affairs and sports; local administration; DSW-German foundation; National Aids Control Council (NACC); SOS children village-FSP; Family Health Option Kenya (FHOK); Kwacha Africa; Mothers Delight (M.DM); Aphia II coast; National Organization for Peer Educators (NOPE) and Government of Kenya (GoK)
Last Updated (Wednesday, 13 April 2011 13:02)