International Transformation Foundation (ITF) is a youth-led, non-profit organization that provides youth leadership and entrepreneurship programs to harness creativity in the youth and provide a system that provides jobs to ensure security, opportunities to grow and contributes to the development of communities.

Founded in 2010, ITF is fueled on the stimulus of moulding the youth of today as leaders of strong heart and mind and as true workers of the society with progressive thinking. This is achieved through providing our youth-led operational model where our volunteer are assigned various roles that see to the daily running of the secretariat and implementation of various ITF Projects.

Our projects are centered on these four thematic areas:

  • ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT

    We are committed towards ensuring that the youth and communities expand their ability to succeed and advance through provision of resources and opportunities including jobs, financial services etc.

  • WATER, SANITATION & HYGIENE

    ITF’s Join the Pipe project involves implementation of a clean drinking water system with interventions aimed at ensuring access to water, conservation of the environment through promotion of reusable water bottles and sustainability of drinking water service delivery.

  • EDUCATION EMPOWERMENT

    We work with communities and schools to ensure that children remain in school instead of traveling long distances in search of clean drinking water while at the same time teaching them basic business management skills through a sustainable drinking water service delivery system.

  • PARTNERSHIPS & CAPACITY BUILDING

    To thrive in a fast-changing world, one of ITF’s strategies is to partner with youth-friendly organizations around the world on collaborative projects that achieve mutual goals.

  • 10+

    Years
  • 96

    Youth Volunteers
  • 156283

    People Benefited
  • Countrywide Water Kiosk at School

  • Reusable Water Bottles


    Distributed

Projects

Jijenge Kijana Fund

The Jijenge Kijana fund is a youth livelihood pathway offering micro-credit and micro-saving training enabling ITF members to engage in productive and stable livelihoods to generate increased income to lift them out of poverty.

A Water Kiosk at School

This is a school-based and students-managed business designed to sell clean tap water to community residents at an affordable price; a sustainable business model that pre-finances a community school in order to set up an on-site water kiosk with specially designed and sustainable products.

City Water

Nairobi City Water encourages people to drink tap water using reusable bottles for a cleaner, healthier and more sustainable world. Nairobi City water is registered as a commercial entity whose proceeds from sales go into financing city clean ups and creating access to clean drinking water.

Erasmus + Partnership

ITF operates capacity-building projects that gather global partnerships with the aim of tackling youth unemployment by bridging the educational sector and labor market enabling young people to undergo work-based learning. These projects are co-financed by The Erasmus plus programme of the European Union.

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ITF APPROACH

ITF entrusts volunteers with its day-to-day operations management which results in making them responsible and accountable, both skills that are paramount in professional growth preparing them for the job market.

ITF uses a positive youth development approach to implement the various programmes within its various thematic areas. We invite you to contribute towards this in any of these ways:

ITF has branches in Kenya and Rwanda.

Nairobi - Kenya
Cassia Crescent Hse 29,
Buruburu Ph. 1, Oldebe Rd
Tel: (+254) 770 306 839
Email: secretariat@itfsecretariat.org

Muhanga - Rwanda
Plot No. 4556 Cyeza, Muhanga
Tel: (+250) 728 099 299
Email: rwanda@itfsecretariat.org

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DEC

ITF Celebrates 1st AGM and Volunteer's Reunion in Style

28th January 2016 was a special day for ITF volunteers gathered at Hotel Green Court Nairobi for 1st annual general meeting and reunion party.

25

DEC

ITF-Launches 1st JTP drinking tap water station in Uhuru Park

A huge milestone for ITF as we launched the first ever Join the Pipe drinking tap water Station at Uhuru Park.

25

DEC

ITF Wins the Saville Foundation Pan-African Awards

ITF wins The Saville Foundation Pan-African awards for entrepreneurship-in Education.