The President's Award-Kenya (PA-K) is an exciting self-development programme available to all young people countrywide equipping them with positive life skills to make a difference for themselves, their communities, country and the world.
It was launched in 1966 by the Founding Father of the nation, Mzee Jomo Kenyatta.
The Award is a member of the Duke of Edinburgh's International Award Association, which oversees the Award Programme for young people in over one hundred and twenty countries.
His Royal Highness, Prince Phillip founded the Duke of Edinburgh's Award in 1956.
To be the leading International Award Scheme of choice for young people by 2015.
The President's Award-Kenya exists to develop and deliver quality experiential activities that impart positive life skills and ethical values to young people for a better society.