Nairobits model of working involves working with community based organizations (CBOs)
with their roots in the non-formal settlements that provide the youth trained at Nairobits and engage them in community service thereafter. Currently, Nairobits is in partnership with 34 CBO’S (Community Based Organization) scattered across all the non- formal settlements in Nairobi.
NairoBits has partnered with CBOs to host the seven information resource centres within the informal settlements of Nairobi where training takes place. These include: Family Health Options Kenya (FHOK) in Eastleigh, Youth initiative (YIKE) in Kariobangi North, Mukuru Centre in Mukuru Kwa Ruben, Carolina for Kibera in Kibera, Koch Hope in Korogocho, Kibera Girls Soccer Academy (KGSA) and Integrated Education for Community Empowerment (IECE) in Kariobangi.
The organization works with more than fifty five (55) Community Based Organizations (CBOs) and Self Help Groups who help to identify and assess the target youth for training. Other reasons for specific youth selection are based on experience and knowledge of the local situation. The partners operate in the different low income settlements in Nairobi that include Mathare, Kibera, Kawangware, Kayole, Kariobangi, Dandora, Eastleigh, Huruma, City Centre, Mukuru, Jerusalem, Korogocho, Riruta and Survey locations in Nairobi.