We are the Slum Changers…​

Since 2007, we have been working to improve the living conditions of disadvantaged children and youths in Korogocho Slum by offering them possibilities to explore their talents and develop themselves

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Our Story…

Inspired by the efforts of Homeless World Cup and daily challenges of living in poverty in Korogcho slum, our Founder/Director Mr. Hamilton Ayiera formed AYiERA iNiTiATiVE and was joined by like-minded youths. 

We work to positively transform the pathetic situations experienced by majority of Korogocho slum dwellers by using sport (Slum Footie) to create positive social change, with a strong desire to positively change the desperate situation of slum children, youths and community and large.

Mission

• To empower slum dwellers and disadvantaged people of Korogocho Slum to become socially and economically engaged in the community.

• To facilitate economic self reliance for Korogocho slum dwellers and deter them from anti-social activities by providing them with life changing opportunities and initiatives that promotes their development and that of the slum community at large.

Vision

Using sports (Slum Footie) to uplift the lives of slum children, youths and other slum dwellers and be a source of hope.

It's more than just football © Tom Rübenach
It's more than just football © Tom Rübenach

How we create Positive Social Change

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Children & Young adults enrolled in our programs/activities since inception
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Scholarships offered in primary, secondary & tertiary institutions
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Project reach in our focus area, Korogocho slum and its surrounding

Support CHANGE, become a SLUM CHANGER

Equip youth/children/adolescents in need with necessary resources/education/training while offering them a promise of a brighter future

Contribute to our Special Needs Fund where you will be able to facilitate provision of basic necessities to the most vulnerable and neediest slum dwellers 

Volunteer with a group of change-makers, a network strong enough to impact positive change in the lives of children, youths and community members