The KL-YES program also provides a forum for the YES students to become active volunteers and participates fully in community development through the alumni network. The students, once integrated back to the society become a member of the local alumni network and participate in community projects. The alumni also benefit from regular training, locally and abroad, to be provided with skills and tools necessary to develop leadership skills and effectively train other alumni upon returning home
The Kenya Association of AFS & YES Alumni (KAAYA) was formed to unite all the Kenyan Alumni with a goal to change the community. The objectives of the association is to :
1) To uphold the mandate of giving back to the community by promoting the culture of education and peace through community service and volunteerism.
2) To help realize the Sustainable Development Goals in line with the UN millennial vision.
3) To promote the concept of Intercultural learning in our communities.