Who We Are

We believe that boys and young men deserve our concerted efforts towards transforming their lives, environment and life situations. We welcome you learn about us, join and support our movement.

Actions speak louder than words! Give today.

We believe that male teens who are in contact and in conflict with the law deserve a second chance through skills training, reconciliation, healing and restoration back to their families and the community where they belong. Help us to make this a tangible reality by donating towards our current fundraising campaign.

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Our Mission

To enable boys and exceptional young men to see possibilities and develop positive masculinity that will enable them to thrive.

Our Vision

To enable boys and exceptional young men to see possibilities and develop positive masculinity that will enable them to thrive.

Our Values

Personal Excellence | Courage | Integrity | Responsibility| Compassion | Initiative

About Us

Lifesong Kenya was formed in 2010 and registered as a Community Based Organization in 2013. As a community of passionate individuals, we are committed to empowering exceptional young men to achieve their full potential.

Together, we inspire both boys and young men to become positive change makers and leaders in their community. We believe that boys and young men deserve our concerted efforts towards transforming their lives, environment and life situations.

Research shows that male teens who lack positive male role models end up lacking and purpose. As a result, they are more likely to engage in social vices, drug abuse and crime.

With your help and support, we can help end this. Join us in empowering at-risk male teens through positive masculinity, capacity building and restorative justice.

who we are
We forge ahead with the conviction that incarcerated male teens need our collective help and support

Meet our super heroes!

These are our super heroes who make things happen. Together, they ensure that our leadership continues to deliver the tools, programs and activities that enable male teens to live productive lives.

Our leadership

James Ouma

Executive Director

James is a Clarity Coach, Storyteller, Web Designer who is using his unique experiences to heal and reconcile incarcerated male teens with their families and communities.

Edward Mbogo

Edward Mbogo

Finances

Edward is the Chief Operating Officer at MyRide Africa, graphic designer and enjoys playing the Tenor Saxophone at CITAM Woodley.

Kevin Odundo

Kevin Ochieng

Programs

Kevin is a Reggae Jazz Musician whose passion, intuition and wisdom adds value to our healing, reconciliation and restoration process.

our leadership

Cynthia Wendo

Communications

Cynthia is a devoted Christian worship leader, singer and songwriter who also doubles up as a Chinese Language lecturer and consultant.

Board of Directors

Composed of leaders from the corporate, law, administration and business communities, the Lifesong Kenya board of directors comprises of individuals who are sold out to the mission of transforming male teens who are in conflict and contact with the law in Kenya.

Loice Abwao

Loice Abwao

Administration

Cyrus Wachira

Cyrus Wachira

Partnerships

Our Partners

Our partners contribute in many ways that go beyond donating money. They share ideas, valuable volunteer time, skills and in-kind support that enable us to build stronger, caring and compassionate young men.

Individual Donors

  • Aisha Francis
  • Ben Brooks
  • Cynthia Wendo
  • Dan Howard
  • Delia Browne
  • Denis Mwaura
  • Grace Nderitu
  • Jennifer Stoddard
  • Job Naibei
  • Kevin Odundo
  • Shariffa Noordin
  • Edward Mbogo
  • Joy Howes
  • Peter Okinyi
  • Nancy Okalo
  • Sam Kibiko
  • Terry Hurst
  • Gladys Kamchira
  • Samuel Atandi
  • Ruth Ristine
  • Shirley Naibei
  • Samuel Kibiko
  • Michael Buluma
  • John Wollwerth
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