Kenyan society is primarily a youth culture, with 64% of the population under the age of 25.
Today in Kenya, the youth are better educated and much more connected to the world through technology than ever before. However, while the level of education in Kenya continues to rise, the number of job opportunities has not. It is imperative for national development that the youth are able to hurdle this gap between education and opportunities. This generation has incredible potential to transform the economic, cultural, social, and political landscape in Kenya. Therefore, being purposeful in equipping the youth population for a successful transition into adulthood is paramount.