YOUTH AND TOURISM DEVELOPMENT
Kenya prides itself in having amazing safaris in the country. There is a large increase in tourists visiting the country and the Scouts want to play their role in amplifying the promoting and marketing of tourism to see even more tourists flock to local attractions.
Kenya is one of the leading ICT powerhouses on the African continent. Scouts want to use ICT to reach marginalised and disadvantaged communities. We are working on a program to teach ICT skills to young men and women from slums, rural areas, and remote and underserved communities.
Work with different entities to promote and market local tourism to boost development in
rural areas. This will create jobs for the youth and reduce unemployment rate
We want to bridge the digital divide and bring on board the marginalised and
disadvantaged communities with ideas, creativity and innovation using ICT.
We intend to build partnership with organisations, companies, sponsors, education
institutions, youth organisations, civil and private bodies.
We are working to register Mweva as an NGO in Mombasa, once this is completed we
will set up a computer training centre then roll out programs that will teach ICT and
entrepreneurial skills to marginalised and disadvantaged youths.
Kibera is one of the biggest slums on the African continent. This place has youth who
are visionary, pioneers, trend starters and full of potential. We want to start ICT program that will tap into their skills and creativity and guide them to reach their dreams &
Inter University and college Rover Moot is a Rover Scout organisation that is doing an
amazing work to rejuvenating Rover Scouts in Kenya with a number of youth programs
and initiatives. We collaborate with IUC to teach Rover Scouts in ICT skills.