Africa's leading organization focused on rescuing the youth through Mentorship

Every child, adolescent and young adult regardless of their level of education or economic background deserves an opportunity to be supported and mentored in a path that suits their passion, skills and abilities. eMentoring Africa has over 10 years mentoring experience, matching the needs of the youth across the globe.


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Over the years, we have approached our mentorship mission with lively and engaging programs and events for youth across Africa. We continue to create and adapt our mentorship solutions in collaboration with strategic partners.

The Adopt & Mentor program equips high school and university students with skills & competencies critical to the job market. The program exposes students to workplace skills through partnerships with potential employers to create job-shadowing opportunities for real life work experience.
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Research has shown that youth aged between 18 to 25 years are vulnerable and easily lured into drug abuse, alcoholism and sex (resulting to early pregnancies) in the name of ‘passing time’.
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Nurturing good and ethical student leaders is an important element to our success as a country. SLAP (Student Leadership Ambassadors Program) is the leadership laboratory for college and University students.
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We believe the workplace is a crucial part of ones career’s growth. As such, we help corporates design and implement sustainable mentorship programs for talent retention.
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Our digital solutions

eMentored is the leading online Mentorship platform that is transforming lives by providing a safe-space for youth to learn and grow from experienced and passionate mentors. The app links Mentees with Mentors in the core areas of self-Awareness, Careers, Entrepreneurship and Talentprenuership.
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Cloud Therapy

Cloud Therapy is an App for peer to peer mental health healing. All engagements are anonymous with the option of mental health professional joining the engagements for proper counsel.

It is estimated that six million Kenyans suffer from common mental conditions such as depression, substance abuse, stress and anxiety. The World Health Organization (WHO) Annual Report (2017), ranks Kenya as sixth among African countries with highest rates of depression (at 1.9 million cases).
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