Founder & CEO Pwani Youth Network
Bold Question: What if children in slums could access learning through culturally responsive material?
Pathway to Metis: Alfred Sigo Odhiambo is a youth leader, community health volunteer, and founder of the Pwani Youth Network. He serves as the chief executive officer and has been working to improve service delivery, advocate for community health, and conduct social accountability audits in health facilities. Pwani Youth Network serves 10,000 young people annually. This entails championing improved access to health, education, and advancing policies that improve the health and socioeconomic status among children, adolescents, youth, and women in Mombasa, Kilifi, and Kwale counties in Kenya.
Alfred is also a member of the Kenya Red Cross, the Global Opportunity Youth Network, Amnesty Kenya, and the United Nations Changemaker Agenda. He has created a youth empowerment space with an art studio, a youth podcast, an open space for information and communication technology, and a youth-friendly center offering health services to 5,000 young people annually.
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