Kenya – Youth in Makadara, Kenya suffer from adverse poverty, unemployment and a high educational drop out rate. Idle youth become involved in petty crime and drug abuse. Women support themselves as commercial sex workers and enter into early marriages. Vocational training is essential. Kenya’s automotive industry is in the midst of expansion due to imports of used vehicles from Japan. These vehicles need repair and maintenance. Project Africa, through its Lady Mekanika program trained 25 young women (age 19-25) in automotive repair. The program created the Lady Mekanika Clinic, a business venture which employs 25 young women who have trained with the organization.