PROVIDING TRANSFORMATIVE EXPERIENCES
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PROVIDING TRANSFORMATIVE
EXPERIENCES THAT
MAKE A DIFFERENCE
CARE MORE.
DARE MORE.
SHARE MORE.
WORKING WITH PARTNERS
HELPS US TO ACHIEVE MORE
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PROVIDING
TRANSFORMATIVE
EXPERIENCES
THAT MAKE A
DIFFERENCE
CARE MORE.
DARE MORE. SHARE MORE.
WORKING WITH
PARTNERS
HELPS US TO
ACHIEVE MORE
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Our trained mentors provide one-to-one support programmes for 14 to 30 year olds.
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This training programme enables individuals and organisations share and grow their skills in both the UK and Africa.

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Our youth advocacy network, KYAN supports the advancement of disadvantaged BAME individuals aged 14 to 30.

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Providing Nurturing Pathways

KORI exists to provide pathways that nurture personal and professional growth. For young BAME people, it can be difficult overcoming disadvantaged and/or low-income backgrounds. They often lack access to the opportunities that many others take for granted. We believe that everyone is entitled to a level playing field. We give our BAME people the chance to achieve their full personal and professional potential.

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Our work in the UK

Based in and working across London, we draw on the experiences and skills we have gained from two decades of excellence in youth work delivery. Inspiring and supporting urban BAME youth development, we believe in broadening the experience and understanding of London’s young people by connecting them to their contemporaries in other cities and the British countryside.

Our work in Africa

We have been delivering our Vessel UK training programmes in Tanzania, Kenya and The Gambia for 16 years. In partnership with The Daughters of Africa Foundation, we work closely with individuals, organisations and corporates to anchor our aims and produce concrete, sustainable results.

Partnerships

We partner with individuals and organisations who share our commitment to creating real change for young people and their communities. With these long-term collaborations having proved very successful, we are always open to new opportunities for mutually rewarding ventures.

Our latest activities

Recent projects. Progress reports. Individual successes. New opportunities. Whatever we’ve been up to, you’ll find our latest news here.

Next! KORI AGM

February 2020

All year you slog away and hardly take time to appreciate the team or to look at the full map of work achieved and have a quality discussion concerning the journey forward as a collective mind. The Annual General meeting in February provided that time and space...

Space for Change

February 2020

This year we have just referred 3 of our KYAN members to Embercombe’s ‘Catalyst’ programme and they have been accepted! We have been referring young people to the ground breaking, therapeutic, personal development programme for over 10 years…

Making Steps

January 2020

Mentor and Coach Demi Nurse works closely with 27 year old Max, who is keen to move on and find work that really develops him and creates a real career in customer services. Since finishing school and college Max has worked in a family business and is no…​

Talent 'Reflex' in The Gambia

January 2020

Kervarnie Tashay White is a 16 year old student from Friern Barnet School in London, who smashed it this January by delivering a Vessel UK leadership project in The Gambia. By his own admission he was really fearful of going anywhere in Africa, but his Mum…

Informed Choice

October 2019

Six form London student Noah, was unsure about the choice of architecture, seven years of study seemed a really long time. Being a member of KYAN he was hooked up with an architecture student at the University of West England, Bristol...