Ubunifu Hub

Nairobi, Kenya

About the venue

Ubunifu hub is a free and fun open youth space in Nairobi where young people can share skills, receive training, hold meetings, workshops and brainstorm about climate justice. The space provides a platform for Kenyan youth from diverse social backgrounds to expand their knowledge, birth ideas and actualise them on paper, wall, art, soil, you name it!

Opening hours

Mon – Thu
9AM – 3PM
9AM – 1PM
Sat – Sun


Cedar Court
Garden Estate
Nairobi, Kenya

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The climate crisis is a reality, and it is understandable to be eco-anxious.

It's important to remember that you're not alone, and that even as we actively champion for a healthier planet: we should also prioritize our mental health by slowing down and being intentional with our actions 💛💚

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How do you take action for #biodiversity?

There are many ways to take action:

💚 Educating and empowering kids to appreciate biodiversity; here we are planting trees with them so they can learn the value of nature.

💚 By planting and growing trees we are improving access, and the quality of green spaces especially in urban areas.

💚 This was a collaboration between other organisations- and that's a dope way of taking action!

Hey Climate Warriors!
Here's an amazing opportunity! Be sure to apply 🥳💚

The second edition of the International Climate Justice Camp in Lebanon is happening Aug 28 - Sept 2!!
You can find more information and register your interest through LINK IN BIO! ❤️ (available in English, Arabic and Spanish)

This will be an unbranded camp centered on community building, collaboration and co-creation. 
This gathering will be all about relationship building, capacity development, and strategic co-creation and collaboration! 

We can’t wait to make it a reality and would love to see you soon!
Check-in with us this Mental Health Awareness month as we incorporate yoga to unpack climate anxiety.

In this Wellness Wednesday, we will talk about how the climate space contributes to our phobias.

Reserve your spot! 👉🏾 LINK IN BIO!

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Meet @consciousaya, Community Trainer on pillar 3: Innovation 🫶🏾

"As an Innovation trainer, I'm so happy these groups have created innovative business and project models and have been able to showcase themselves as active participants in the industry."

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Youth Empowerment & Engagement is a hands-on approach to our three pillars. 

This week the groups explored Climate Justice and watched a film on river pollution, and painted the reality of how their community looks like now and how they envision its transformation through the power of advocacy and collaboration .

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Our space:

Our venue is 250m2 5 roomed-maisonette, consisting of:

  • Training room – where training, workshops, meetings happen
  • Art area – where making happens. I.e. design and making of banners, drawings, art and crafts, painting etc.
  • Kitchen, tea and coffee prepared
  • Silent room: a safe space where young mothers who come with their kids can rest, feed, change nappies etc, this is also used as a prayer/yoga room.
  • Warehouse: this is where we keep training materials, paints, books, pens and other materials for the space as well as a media centre in case interviews are done.

About the city

Nairobi is a fast growing city economically, where the people are entrepreneurial and like to try new things. There is good democratic space and a broad commitment with students and young people in informal settlements – but they lack a common meeting place where they can break down class differences and cooperate. Nairobi has extensive experience of makerspaces with currently 10+ spaces operating in the city, but none of them are climate related. Kenya is ranked top in matters of tech savvy use by young people, which made it a good fit for trying out digital and global activism.


Gerance Mutwol Ubunifu Hub Youth Team Lead gmutwol@greenpeace.org +254 708028390