Game-on Group Mentoring
In areas of gender and education research, key findings state that adolescents frequently struggle with issues of body image, low levels of physical activity and unhealthy eating practices.
Boys To Men Mentorship
Boys to Men is a program that provides boys/young men a safe place to talk about who they really are and to gain some tools to further them on their path towards becoming a mature man.
Girls Today Women Tomorrow Mentorship program provides girls and young women with a role model and a friend to talk to and share the experiences of growing up with
The In School Mentoring program provides girls and boys with a role model and a friend to talk to and share the experiences of growing up with, within school grounds.
Wezesha Vijana seeks to create support opportunities for young farmers, address challenges and create trusts and partnerships for regular transformation of agricultural activities throughout the county, with an aim to grow food, community and leaders for health, wealth and job creation for achievement of Vision 2030 and sustainable development goals on zero hunger and gender equality. The program is designed to create long-term engagement with the young people as problem solvers to a variety of problems from food access to quality education by integrating numeracy, literacy and life-skills with entrepreneurship and management to create a network of young motivated farmers in an attempt to build more interest in the field of Agriculture, networking to address common challenges faced by young farmers and discuss strategies and ways to develop and strengthen capacities of youth and young farmers.
First-Track Mentors is NOT only committed to improving the living standards of the local community but also actively promotes the status of women and youth in decision making by building confidence and raising self-esteem so they can fully participate in their own affairs and make informed decisions
Building Strong Communities
To promote human values through Mentorship, Talent Development and Socio-Economic empowerment through agriculture, and skills development in view of building a sustainable community with improved standards of living.
First-Track Mentors aspire to continue playing an important role in the socio-economic development of Kenya by addressing various aspects of life.
Dr. Nicholas Letting
UP COMING EVENTS
Farming is rarely portrayed as a young person’s game and can be seen as outdated, unprofitable and hard work. Greater awareness of the benefits of Agriculture as a career needs to be built amongst young people, in particular opportunities for greater market engagement, innovation and farming as a business.
There is need to foster an exchange among stakeholders on knowledge, best practices regarding the interface between Agriculture, Youth employment, Entrepreneurship and ICT innovations, leading to prioritizing interventions going forward.