Who we are

Pacific Arts and Training is a registered Community Based Organization (CBO) of artists and trainers committed to positive socio-economic change initiatives through visual, performing arts and capacity building. Pacific Arts and Training (PAT) has been in existence since 2007 and operates in all counties in Kenya. PAT is a membership organization that brings Youths together fostering intercultural cohesion mainly due to their prowess in theatrical performances and engages them in projects. Due to several partnerships, PAT members have been trained on Traditional Dances and Puppetry performances. PAT artistic prowess has grown past performing art to also encompass visual arts. The partnerships also enabled PAT’s members’ access trainings in various disciplines and fields like HIV/AIDS, Entrepreneurship, Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights, Sexual and Gender Based Violence and many more from partners such as NCCK, MSF, CEFA, COOPI, ADSOCK (previously known as MEGEN), and Africa Alive amongst others.  After the trainings, we engage PAT members with the aim of using artistic talents to earn a living and promote peace for economic growth.


To create a platform for youths in Eastern Africa to access skills and nurture artistic talents for their socio-economic empowerment.


A globally recognized institution that empowers and supports the youth and the realization of equal human rights for all.

Value Proposition


We uphold a high state of undivided and artistic moral principles.


  • PAT is reliable and trustworthy in provision of consistent quality performance and results.


In the service of our partners and clients, we are committed to the highest standards of professionalism, pursuing innovations, deploying imaginations, being open to new ideas and acting decisively and consistently. We are determined to deliver outstanding quality so that our relationship with the community is long lasting and effective.

Target Beneficiaries

Our target beneficiaries are youths, children, women and men who live in low income unplanned settlements in Huruma, Korogocho, Mathare and Dandora

Veronica Njeri

Executive Director

Raymond Mwega

Capacity Building Program Cordinator

Phyllis Waithera


Collins Omondi

Publicity Program Cordinator