The goal of this project aims to contribute to building trust and increased collaboration between government and the communities on the three counties (Mombasa, Kwale and Kilifi) towards the reduction of radicalization and Violent Extremism in the larger coastal Kenya region.
Kenya Muslim Youth Alliance took part in the just concluded Faith to Action Network Capacity and skills building training for Faith organizations & Religious leaders on Advocacy and Resource Mobilization that will that was held in Mombasa-Kenya. .
The goal of the project is to strengthen youth resilience in countering violence extremisms narrative by training and supporting initiatives that will deter youth from joining extremist groups in Mombasa and Kwale Counties
Kenya Muslim Youth Alliance is implementing the Global Fund/Kenya Red Cross GP, HCBC and E/PMTCT project in Nakuru Central (East and West Constituencies)
The main aim of this project is to advocate for inclusion of budgetary allocation in the County Government of Nairobi City budget for the year 2017-2018 to reduce incidences of Non-Communicable Diseases for youth between 10-24 years of age by 20%.
In April 2016, International Alert, in partnership with the Kenya Muslim Youth Alliance (KMYA), began a rapid assessment of the factors that have fuelled or mitigated violence in six selected neighbourhoods: