Green String Network Nairobi, Kenya

 

GSN incorporates low-resource methods building upon the cultural practices and traditions of the areas where our interventions are implemented. Currently, our materials have been adapted for Kenya, Somalia, and South Sudan by using local folk tales, case studies, and artwork.

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Kumekucha

Green String Network 

 

Kenya: Kumekucha: It’s a New Dawn

Kumekucha: It’s a New Dawn is the Kiswahili translation for “it’s a new dawn”. In coastal slang, it also means “something is going down”. The name was selected in order to symbolize a self-awakening, harnessing the idea of a new, energized beginning for Kenya regardless of our past.

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Quraca Nabadda

Green String Network

 

Somalia: Quraca Nabadda

 

The Quraca Nabadda (QN) program in Somalia was designed by two local GSN partners, Somali Youth Development Network (SOYDEN) and Wajir Peace University Trust, to address social healing and wellness. Since its inception, the federal government of Somalia has agreed to have QN implemented as a part of the Wadajir national framework.

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New Generation Leader

Dr. Karambu Ringera

“My name is Dr. Karambu Ringera, founder and president of International Peace Initiatives (IPI: ). IPI is an organization that works to mitigate the impact of HIV/AIDS, poverty and violence in the lives of women and children; create empowerment programs with women and youth; inspire action for peace, and inspire a new generation of leaders in our world through our innovative New Generation Leadership (NGL) program. 

 

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