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Together We Move!

Who We Are
Movers Youth Group started in June 2013 with the aim of awaking the youth to achieve their future dreams in order to reduce idleness and fight poverty. The group has 13 members.
The group focuses on challenges affecting the youth and help the community to tackle climate change. We also educate the youth on building high self esteem and healthy living through avoidance of drug abuse and early sexual activity.
Awakening youth towards their future dreams.
To fight challenges affecting the youth and help the community to tackle climate change.
Basket making
Here in Movers we know that it’s a challenge to control the high wastage of polythene bags. So we recycle them by making baskets and selling them.

Detergent Making
We make detergents like soap, dettol, disinfectants, shampoo. These detergents are made of organic ingredients that have no negative environmental impact. They produce good results in laundry, dishes and floor washing. We carry in as a green enterprise and sell it to hotels and the community. By making detergents we recycle the used plastic bottles that would have otherwise been dumped. We use them to pack our detergent products. Our products are cheap and you can call us at any time for free delivery around Nanyuki town.
Other Activities
We offer computer services including typesetting, Design, Printing, Photocopying, Scanning and Playstation games. We also conduct community based environmental conservation education.

Towards Sustainable !

CAPSAY and the Climate
Change Action Teams Project

The LCAP project aims to lead positive youth action in Kenya, and by example to inspire a wider range of stakeholders to do the same. LCAP strive to help turn the negative image of youth, fueled by poverty and desperate need, into a positive picture of young people committed to sustainable development. LCAP members are at the cutting edge of helping to build community resilience, while at the same time providing effective stewardship for the environment.
The LCAP project began in August 2011 and now is growing to include youth groups in sixteen different community settings across Kenya. Each group is fully registered and has a bank account. Groups also boast an office base with furniture, IT equipment and land space to run horticultural projects and display their work. Their projects reflect the different needs of their community but are all green (i.e. friendly to the environment) and all set out to demonstrate ways of creating practical actions that lead to community benefits.