Core Values

Strategic Pillars and Objectives

The business of Kenya YMCA revolves around youth empowerment and the transformation that come with the programmes that are crafted and executed to achieve the desired empowerment

Youth Empowerment

I. To strengthen the knowledge and skills of 12,801 youth in KYMCA II. To develop the physical and mental status of 1,020 young people in KYMCA III. To provide a platform for linking at least 3400 young people to opportunities annually

Institutional Strengthening

I. To expand and strengthen all KYMCA resource capabilities
II. To strengthen Human Resources functions within KYMCA
III. To enhance learning and knowledge management

About Us

Kenya YMCA is a world wide charitable membership organization committed to the improvement of the quality of life of all the youth both in rural and urban areas. It is found in 15 counties countries across the Country. It was introduced in Kenya in the year 1910 and is voluntary, non-denominational and not-for-profit. YMCA attracts members from all religions, races, gender and social strata. In line with the mission of the worldwide YMCA movement, Kenya YMCA seeks to develop people in the three dimensions namely; body, mind and spirit.

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EMAIL: info@ymcakenya.org



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  • Christian growth and maturity

    I am grateful to YMCA for helping me finish class 8, I am sure I will qualify to join form one, I hope they consider me again. God bless YMCA
    Dennis Ouma
  • Empowering Young People for the African Renaissance

    I am proud to be part of YMCA kibera women group. First of all I must thank the YMCA for giving us the opportunity of a life time to expand our businesses and get Mosquito nets to protect us from getting malaria that is caused by mosquito bites
    Elizabeth Nthangu
  • Welcome to YMCA of Kenya

    The funds provided by YMCA l has exceptionally transformed us into good business women. The businesses we run we are able to support our families by putting food on the table.
    Hellen Awinja