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DREAM ACHIEVERS YOUTH ORGANIZATION, mombasa, Kenya

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Address: mtopanga
mombasa, +254  
Kenya
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 24
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Mission Statement


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 most vulnerable in the community.

Description


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 on youths so that they can protect themselves from unwanted pregnancies, drug abuse and HIV/AIDS among other issues.

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 on youths so that they can protect themselves from unwanted pregnancies, drug abuse and HIV/AIDS among other issues.

Mission Statement: 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 most vulnerable in the community.

Local Affiliation



Program Type:


Youth Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


No