At Green-Kenya,

we Believe in the Future of Our Children

Giving Our Children
  • Green Future
  • Social Life
  • Quality Education
Through Sports

Response to Covid-19 : Support our Causes using MPESA Paybill No: 831966


We have channeled our efforts to Covid-19 in two communities that we work in that is Mukuru and Shauri Moyo Slum. We have more than 300 children who are taking part in Community Impact alone.

The latest statistics show that Children as little as 2 years are becoming the primary source of Covid-19 infections because most of them do not have Personal Protective Equipment, and they touch every that they come across, for this reason, we are requesting your support to buy 1000 Masks, soap, water, and posters with messages that will be printed in Swahili, these will be put strategically where people pass as they go to work and back.

You have been part of us, a strength beneath our wings to build a resilient community we thank you for that. We are reaching out one more time, we have done it before, we can and we will come out of this as a family.


Green-Kenya appreciates your support.



C.I.P is a sport for social impact program that addresses different social issues every month through football. These social issues are, but not limited to environmental conservation, equality, child rights, drug and substance abuse, financial literacy, problem solving, peace, equality and social inclusion, fun, life skills and self-awareness. The program runs for seven months in primary schools during physical education lessons. The sessions are conducted by professionals called Community Impact Coaches.

A program for adolescent girls that supports female empowerment. The program promotes health, safety, education and leadership of girls at the grassroots level and build a community of passionate advocates who talk freely about challenges and issues facing the girl child.


The consultancy works closely with institutions and organizations that seek to develop organized football programs in the community and how to bring change using football. The consultancy department trains and mentor young people on how to become sports for social impact coaches and facilitators.Talk to us today.

"Green-Kenya brings new sustainable approach in increasing access to sports participation through training trainers. We were happy with their consulting service in 2019 when they were engaged in training our female sports mentors. They have a unique model of training trainers that is a lot practical and equip one with soft and technical skills”. FootSteps…

This is geared to harness football skills in children from disadvantaged communities. The academy focuses on young people from the age of 14 years and below, both boys and girls


This program aims at empowering the youth to think positively and constructively about leadership. It provides the youth with the psychological tools and seeks to change the mindset that has been an obstacle to the development of leadership among the youth.

The league takes place in Mukuru slums where many of our participants are found. The league has been in place to engage young people who are idle during the weekends and when schools close


Kick and Conserve concept is a tournament geared to teach young people how to be environmental stewards. The tournament takes place once in a year and brings together approximately 300 participants together to have fun, learn about environmental conservation and play football.


Teacher Damaris is from House of Prayer Community School in Mukuru Kwa Ruben where most of our community impact participants live.  She is in charge of physical education in the school; “teacher Dama” as most of the pupils call her, …
When the government through the ministry of education issued an order to close schools indefinitely and avoid crowds and gatherings of any sort, as some of the measures to curb the spread of coronavirus, Green-Kenya had to suspend all its programs to comply with the government order on social distancing.
Like every year on 16 June, the African Union and its Member States observe the Day of the African Child (DAC) as a commemoration of the 16th June 1976 student uprising in Soweto, South Africa, where students who marched in …


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