African Boy Child Network – Spearheading Sustainable Transformation of the Boy Child

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Sports, Arts & Talent Development is a powerful constituency that cuts across age, religion, tribe and social status This model has always proven to be not only effective but also highly transformative as it attracts boys for focused positive engagement.
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Kenya prison services has been in the forefront on equiping inmates with technical skills for self reliance after serving their sentence term. During Kenya National skills show 2019 we hosted Kamiti youth corrective training centre to exhibit the skills acquired.
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Learning institutions education and career expos. education and is a milestone of nation's development, it provides knowledge and skills thereafter shaping personality of national youth.
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Violent extremism is here with us. Many young people continue to get radicalized and change of tactic from COUNTER to PREVENT will be more effective. No one is born a violent extremist, one is made and fueled. Radicalization of teens engagement workshop.
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The overwhelming data from various government agencies and ministries potray serious concerns about the state of the boy child in Kenya.
We lead a team of like minded organisations in submitting a boy child petition to National Assembly to establish a task force that will formulate a policy to mitigate the crisis of the Boychild
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we endeavor to use sports and arts as change agent. Wazee league VS Bodaboda Kiambio football club.
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Power of collaboration, creating societal impact
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Our Award

Our appeal to society

It feels as though the whole world is becoming increasingly upset about who our boys are, and who they’re becoming. Our sons are being raised in a cultural melee with questions about what it is to be male at its core. It’s about society’s appropriate or inappropriate expectations for boys around image, emotional regulation and expression, and the way they respond to what life gives to them. We intend to dig into modern boy perception of culture, education, work and real life challenges. Best practice on addressing them out with Care, Compassion, and Kindness.

Our Programs

Programs are delivered through an empowerment model rather than simply a charity one. Such approach, we believe, is critical for a sustainable development.

World day of the Boychild May 2024 petition walk for Boychild

Kenya Skills Show on TVET plannig Committe with Ps Dr Desai.


Nairobi County Action Plan on Preventive and Countering Violent Extremism

Violent Extremism

Kamiti Youth Corrective Training Centre, Drafting roll out Activities.

Youth in conflict with the law

Social Enterprise Kenya. Promoting the Spirit of Enterpreurship


Depression is one of the leading causes of illness and disability among adolescents and adults

Mental Health

Sovereign power belongs to the people- Amplifying voices of the people

Governance and Social Accountability

Our Projects

Newspaper Articles, TV interviews

a) Drafting of the Nairobi county action plan on P/CVE.

b) Nairobi action plan elected secretariat engagements.

c) Launch of the Nairobi county action plan on P/CVE.

a) Makuyu boys career talk.

b) Mwihoko boys empowerment club.

c) Kawangware boys talk.

d) Kiambiu bodaboda boys football on sporting engagements.

e) Naivasha East, Munyu boys football non sporting engagements

f) Boys day out Naivasha, Nakuru county to Gatundu , Kiambu County

African Boy Child Network has had various online engagements with various partners and individuals.

>> Click here to view the online engagements!

Major Highlights

Analysis on National Budget allocation for Technical and Vocational Education sector

Nairobi County Executive Forum Drafting the the Nairobi Action Plan on P/CVE

Reproductive health seminar focus on Adolescent and maternal health

Naivasha MP Hon. Jane K., Kepsa Sports Commitee Chair Mr. Herbert M. gracing Father's Day celebration at Naivasha Medium Prison