•The group has vowed to put efforts to empower the youths for the betterment of society.
•He said his organisation will make sure it will not rest until we have a better society for a better tomorrow.
Pamoja Mbele initiative, (PMi) a Non-Governmental Organisation, has vowed to champion youths empowerment as a way of eradicating poverty and suffering in the society
Through its Founder Abdirahman Mohamed Ali, the group has vowed to put efforts to empower the youths for the betterment of society.
"We want to empower our youths for a better tomorrow. We are working very closely with the youth and making sure we support the ideas, talents and skills they have. We support business ideas and monitor the progress" he told the press during a youth summit that took place at a Nairobi Hotel on Friday.
He said his organisation will make sure it will not rest until we have a better society for a better tomorrow.
" We are focused on providing high-quality primary care at low cost to the poor and underprivileged communities in Kenya, a large population of the youths in Kenya are poor."
He said working with the communities, whose homes and livelihood have been severely affected by the drought, unemployment, and man-made disasters were the first priority.
"Being hungry affects everything in people’s lives, especially when they can’t cover basic needs in their day-to-day lives. Families with children, who sleep on empty stomachs dont do well in school and even miss being active in learning, at last, they become sick, weak, and die," he added.
He said that his organisation believes in providing clean water to help communities to easily eradicate poverty.
"Clean water and sanitation bring healthier societies and make them creative," he said.
The organisation is implementing projects across the country in its bid to better society.