Established in 2010 Wezesha Swahili for ‘empower’, is an African Diaspora led Development organisation that aim to support, promote and empower African women and children, who have been affected or are likely to be affected by issues of conflict, violence and poverty. The organisation works in collaboration with local groups and stakeholders in establishing partnerships to raise awareness and to end sexual and gender-based violence and poverty. The organisation is currently working with partners in two piloting countries, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Kenya.

Conference Theme: Lost Generation: Curse Or Cause For Concern?

The consumption of toxic, illegally brewed alcohol, and the abuse of drugs among Kenya's youth pose significant barriers to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as outlined in both Agenda 2030 and Agenda 2063. This issue not only threatens individual health and safety but also undermines public health and erodes the fabric of society, hindering economic stability and impeding progress towards a healthier, more prosperous future.

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