CSA Blogs
A Sanitary Pad Is Not Enough To Keep Her In School

United Nations Children’s Fund(UNICEF) defines menstrual hygiene management as ‘Women and adolescent girls using a clean material to absorb or collect menstrual blood and this material can be changed in

‘Rovers After Hours’ CSA Launches new project: AHAP

On the 28th of March 2018 in a colourful event held in Bungoma County, the Centre for the Study of Adolescence launched its new project in Bungoma County. The new

Budget Making Cycle: A Window for Youth Participation

The 2010 Kenyan constitution provides a fundamental right for every citizen to engage with the government on public governance processes. The enactment of the Public Finance Management Act of 2012

Adolescent Health Symposium: Youth Communique’

The 2nd Adolescent Health Symposium this year kicked off with a Youth pre-symposium on the 1st day. CSA was happy to host one of the side events at the Youth

Driving the Agenda: Youth & DD Champions set the pace!

Giving young people strong advocacy skills and knowledge is one of the most exciting things about the youth and demographic dividend (PACE) project.  With just one year, we have produced

International Day of the Girl Child 2017

Out of every six people in the world today, one is an adolescent girl below the age of 15. These are 1.1 billion people- a powerful constituency for shaping a

CSA launches “We are Kenya’s Future” video

Young people are the biggest drivers of the demographic dividend agenda. Kenya like many other countries have the biggest population of young people ever in history. Globally, young people account

New Study on NCDs among Kenyan Youth Released

CSA together with Plan Kenya, AMURT and Public Health Institute conducted a study between October 2016 and March 2017 on non-communicable diseases among Kenyan youth. The legislative and policy landscape study

Nandi County Youth & DD advocates in Action

Young people below the age of 35 years consist of about 70% of the total population. Kenya has potential to harness its demographic dividend by the year 2030. These huge