The project members offer 300 hours of community work per year. They lay emphasis on church, schools, hospitals and markets free of charge. Four institutions are covered every week.
Peer Group Education
Each of the 361 members educates or advises an average of 22 members bringing the total to about 7942 per year. Some youth members train the whole class of 30 students. The issues discussed are drug abuse, delayed sexual contact, Abstinence from sex and smoking cigarettes. The youth are encouraged to strive to stay alive and healthy.
The members visit community members who are in distress and contribute money from their pockets to alleviate suffering. Ten members of the community were catered for in 2003 and 5 in 2004 and only 3 currently in 2005 due to inadequate funding.
The youth group visits schools, both Primary & secondary to pass messages to the community. The schools that have been visited are Kee Secondary and Primary, Ngoto Secondary and Primary, Mandoi Secondary &Primary, Mbitini Secondary and Primary, Muvau Primary, Kisau youth Polytechnic, Nziu Primary and Secondary
In 2004 a total of 361 youths were trained on
HIV/AIDS which included 21 boys and 150 girls between the ages of 14 to 29 years in Muvau, Nziu, Kee, Kathonzweni, Kaiti & Mbitini. Each training was taking 5 consecutive days and they were awarded with certificates.
The project passes information on important issues through wall writing. The information includes HIV / AIDS, Malaria. TB, drugs, Cigarettes at strategic points where the community and particularly the youth can read them. The community provides the walls freely. The walls are now in Wote, Kathonzweni, Nziu, Mukuyuni, Kee and Kwa koloe.
Wote youth members are affiliated to PLEDGE 25, which is involved in maintaining regular blood donors. During football tournaments we invite THE NATIONAL BLOOD TRANSFUSION SERVICES with the aim of getting the youth to donate blood.72 youth and adults donated blood for this cause a number which was considered high by most standard.
Wote youth is a member of Elimu Yetu Coalition ,Women Education Researchers of Kenya and have been partners of UWEZO Kenya at Twaweza since 2009.We have been doing annual learning assessment since 2009 promoting learning outcomes for primary school going children under he age of 16 years under EFA goals