Leadership Team

We are the African Youth Initiative on Climate Change – Kenya (Kenya Chapter), a group of young Kenyans dedicated to fighting for climate change and for the future of the young people. The Africa Youth Initiative on Climate Change (AYICC) was founded in 2006 at the 12th Conference of Parties (COP) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Nairobi. The network brings together youth organizations, students groups and movements in Africa that work on environmental and sustainable development projects, and who all have a common vision to combat Climate Change.
Our key Goals are to ensure the participation of African Youth in the Climate Change debate at the national through international levels, identify and seek support for youth driven Climate Change best practices and appraise the youth awareness and understanding of Climate Change and its impacts.
Over the past few years, the movement has implemented varied projects in various African countries ranging from advocacy projects with students, training, film-making to documenting youth best practices, making of solar powered products, involvement in policy-making processes with the government, research among many others. The network is currently in 31 African countries.
This blog is just a tip of what the movement is all about in Kenya. We hope that our work will inspire you to take action in your own country and change the society.
Feel free to drop your comments, and be a guest editor.

Contact your AYICC-Kenya team
ayicckenya@gmail.com / ayicckenya@ayicc.net

Current Leadership Team


National Coordinator  


Profession: Rapporteur; Freelance Writer 

Academic Qualification: Bachelors of Environmental Studies (Environmental Studies and Community Development) 

 Additional Accolades: I am also trained paralegal.

Mission: My mission as the National Coordinator of AYICC is to incorporate participatory and inclusive leadership in my daily engagements with the key objective of developing capacity and partnerships among Kenyan youth so that they rise against the impacts of Climate Change. 

"The supreme quality for leadership is unquestionably integrity.Without it,no real success is possible"


Deputy National Co-ordinator


Academic Qualifications: Bachelor of Environmental Science
(Environmental Resource Conservation)
Additional Accolades: GIS, 

Mission: To promote AYICC in collaborative and harmonized efforts in enhancing peaceful coexistence between human beings and nature through social justice in all its diversity for environmental sustainability.

Area of Interest: EIA, Climate Change, Environmental Advocacy

"The arguments are over, climate change is here with us to stay;
we either adapt or die!"



Communications Coordinator 


Profession: Environmentalist & Community Developer

Academic qualification: Bachelor of Environmental Studies & Community Development.

Additional accolades: Served at Kenyatta Universiy Environmental Club as a leader for  3 years, in which we organized various Activities which were a success like Green Week organized annually. 

Mission: My mission as the communications coordinator is to elevate AYICC’s current position by showcasing projects carried out on different social platforms and effectively communicating the climate change message at a grassroots level.

"The greatest threat to our planet is the belief
that someone else will save it"


Finance and Administration Coordinator 



Academic Qualification:

Additional Accolades:


                                              "Dare to re-invent the future"


Partnerships and Networking    



Academic Qualification:

Additional Accolades:


AYICC Kenya Advisory Board

Chairperson - Clifford Omondi Okwany: cliffmode2006@gmail.com
Vice Chairperson - Belinda Makadia: belindamakadia@gmail.com
Secretary - Fredrick Ouma: fredrickmbima@gmail.com


1. David Kuria: dwainkuria@gmail.com
2. Georgina Chepkonga: cjgeorgina@gmail.com
3. Brian Okoth: brianokoth@gmail.com
4. Prince Papa: omugataya@gmail.com

You can read more about the AYICC on www.ayicc.net