- Youth Empowerment -

Guaranteeing a better future for communities requires developing youth now.

Developing young people and improving their chance of a better future is critical to changing the prospect for developing countries. Tag works to empower young people, with a special emphasis on girls, through improved education and mentoring. Our youth projects also incorporate arts, sport and skills training.


In Kenya Tag is introducing a pioneering rainwater harvesting system into schools. This provides clean drinking water, improved hygiene and sanitation, and enables school agriculture plots that provide a school feeding program and skills development for young people. In Azerbaijan, Tag delivered a youth resilience project in land mine affected areas incorporating soccer, outdoor adventure and first aid. Our Hoops for Kids project in Kenya leverages basketball to inspire and guide at-risk youth towards a commitment to education and success.


Find yourself in your water world

Tag and the local Golden Girls Foundation of Kenya are empowering teachers with skills in water therapy, so as to establish a system to detecting and support traumatized pupils and enabling them to learn to the…

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Hoops for Kids Kisumu

The Slums Dunk-Hoops for Kids project has recently expanded from Nairobi to Kisumu, Kenya's third largest city. Led by a dynamic young coach, the project is based in the Manyatta B slum and engages students from…

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Hoops for Kids Nairobi

In Nairobi, Kenya, Tag has established a basketball-based youth empowerment project, working with local basketball teams to instil vital life skills in at-risk and vulnerable youth ages 8-15. Based on the success of Hoops for Kids in…

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i-tek! Bringing information technology and digital literacy to remote areas

Tag has launched a project to bring the benefits of information and communications technology (ICT) to remote and marginalised communities in Kenya in Ndhiwa, Homa Bay in Western Kenya in partnership with Team Kenya. Project goal This project…

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Rural Young People Ready for Work

Realizing Potential, Addressing Barriers, Developing Young Leaders among rural Youth and Excluded With the support of IDRC, an agency of the Government of Canada, we are launching a project in Shan State to enhance employability skills for…

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This project is introducing innovative approaches to leverage water to improve the education, health and life chances for girls in the Lake Victoria Region of Kenya. With the generous support of the Jochnick Foundation and in…

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