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Empowering Young Girls through Sports

 Hundreds of girls attended at the YUSOM girls' empowerment basketball games in Eastliegh, click for more

Members of Somalia's Olympic committee and YUSOM  officials 


From left YUSOM chairman Farhan, Mr Botan, Mr Isomarey, Mr Baskuwale and YUSOM sports chairman Abdijamal Halane line up after meeting, click for more

Somali ambassador to Kenya Hon. Mr. Mohamed Ali Noor (Americo )discusses YUSOM over youth issues

From left YUSOM vice chair-lady Amina Osman, Amina Mawel, in middle Somali ambassador to Kenya Hon. Mr.Mohamed Ali Noor (Americo), forth left are Ahmed Irro and Ahmed Robin

Newly elected Kamukunji MP Yusuf Hassan straight talk to youth in Eastliegh

Newly elected Kamukunji MP Yusuf Hassan talks to hundreds of youth in YUSOM organised youth straught talk to area politicians

UN-Habitat and UNDP host global Youth21 conference

YUSOM  vice president and deputy excutive director Farhan M Hanshi at the UN-Habitat and UNDP host global Youth21 conference in NairabI, click for more

Youth taking part in HIV/AIDs awareness campaign and education!

Year 2013 and 2014 YUSOM initiated a 'Jitambue Campaign' meaning 'Know yourself'-HIV/AIDs awareness campaign targeting young people in Nairobi, Kisumu and Mombasa. The project saw us reach more than 300,000 young people through mass media.  YUSOM believes that the future course of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Kenya depends in large part on the behaviour of the young generation. Young people between the ages of 15 and 30 are at the peak of realising and enjoying their sexuality. This comes with a lot of health risks. It is therefore a call to young people to come out together and say ‘Tujitambue…tujijue’….we are the ones to know our selves and stop the spread of HIV in Kenya.



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