About Us

At Siasa Place we are committed to helping the youth to be better educated, informed and knowledgeable on issues most affecting them.

Get To Know Us

Siasa Place is a youth-led and youth-focused civic-tech organisation that is building confidence, skills, competencies and institutional structures necessary for meaningful and dignified participation of young people in politics, governance and the civic life. Inspired by the Constitutional promise of the right to public participation, convinced of young people’s interest, potential and capacity to influence decisions that affect them, Siasa Place is leveraging the technology to expand the reach and quality of young peoples’ engagement in the social, economic, civic and political life of their communities.

We pursue our vision of an informed, liberated and engaged people living in dignity within a democratic society through three programme pillars namely Devolution and local accountability; Politics, tech and rights; as well as Youth Employability, skilling and mentorship.


An informed, liberated and engaged people living in dignity within a democratic society.


To promote the peoples participation in democratic processes through research, trainings, civic education, networking and strategic partnerships.

Our Programmes

The three items below sum up the Focus of Our Programmes.


Women and Youth driven dialogues both online and offline to enhance the amount and quality of public participation.


Documenting and gathering information and developing policies that focus on the youth and young people.

Public Participation

Provide training and skills development to the citizen on avenues for engagement with the county government.

Our Values


We have undertaken several social accountability programs geared towards improving youth participation at all levels of governance. In Busia County, we implemented Kenya Accountable and Inclusive Political Processes (KAIP) project between 2018 -2019, and managed to train 350 (50 youth from each of the seven sub-counties) on the role of elected leaders, their obligations in decision-making on issues affecting their lives through forums like budget making processes, County Integrated Development Plans and Annual Development Plans and public participation. The project led to the formation of ‘Busia Youth Steering Committee Network’ which was composed of 15 youth, 2 representatives (1 male & 1 female) from each of the 7 sub counties tasked to coordinate advocacy activities at sub-county level. They currently organize and coordinate youth participation within the county.

Through Imara Leadership program, we managed to capacity build 24 youth, 120 administrators and organized several social accountability meetings to help identify and influence issues that were of concern to the youth in Kericho, Kisumu and Busia. Through the project, we managed to strengthen the working relationship between youth and leaders. In Kisumu we were able to conduct ward based meetings which never used to occur.

Several county government’s are not adequately involving youth because they lacked policy to guide the process, failure to allocate resources to facilitate public participation and lack of skills on the part of government officials to conduct public participation while youth were also found to lack awareness on the importance of their participation and the avenues through which they could participate. As a result, we have established a good working relationship with Kericho County Assembly and assist in review of some bills that are of concern to the youth before they are passed in the assembly.

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