The Centre for the Study of Adolescence (CSA) is an Indigenous nonpartisan, non-profit making organization established in 1988 by a group of dedicated Kenyans committed to the promotion of adolescent health. The Centre for the Study of Adolescence (CSA) is a leading national organization committed to the promotion of the health and development of young people through research, technical assistance, advocacy and capacity building. The goal of the Centre is to promote adolescent health and related issues in Kenya through research, capacity building and advocacy. Our main objective is to expand choices and improve access to safe, affordable and sustainable services in partnership with key stakeholders. The Centre’s activities are broadly clustered into the following programs: Reproductive Health, gender and HIV/AID, Social Policy, Advocacy and Networking, Research and Publications, Capacity building – Supporting Service Delivery through training.
Who we are
CSA believes that all human beings, women, men, children, persons with disabilities, minorities and the elderly must be given equal opportunities in life and that their human rights must be fully protected.
Equity and Equality
We are a result oriented organization that is accountable for results at all levels. Each person is responsible for performance standards that form the basis of annual performance appraisals. We are accountable to our donors and community we serve by ensuring prudence utilisation and management of resources.
CSA is committed to the process of empowering marginalized groups. We know that the change may be difficult and may take a long time but we persist to ensure that we get results. Commitment is an important attribute of CSA employee and board members.