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The project envisions on improving individuals� attitudes by equipping them with the skills, knowledge and artistic tools to envision the future and plan for the prevention of/response to conflict existing and arising within and between communities. The project also focuses on pre and post-conflict trauma healing for victims of violence.
The project seeks to empower young people in Eastleigh – Nairobi County in utilizing online and offline spaces to counter violent extremism, radicalization and promote peace.
Preventing individuals at risk of radicalization from being recruited into or joining violent extremist groups.
Targeting youth, women and young religious leaders, both Christian and Muslim communities
Using multi-arts approach, targeting landlords and tenants on the issue of land and structure ownership in the slums. Succeeded in providing dialogue forums bringing together landlords, tenants and government to resolve conflicts. Enhanced community adoption and ownership of alternative dispute resolution mechanisms based on restorative justice principles.
Project creates community led protection and support mechanisms for peacebuilding and human rights by empowering women in Kenya as prevention agents in human rights abuse and peacebuilding at the household level.
Mercy Corps supported by the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations (CSO).
The program was implemented in three counties; Kisumu, Nakuru and Nandi.
The project was to train youth Bunge members to enhance their participation in rapid training on EWER, roles and responsibilities of the response teams as well as enhancing their participation in early warning early response as they form a key component of communications and response chain.
Enhancing voices of women and youth in their quest demanding for good Governance and accountability on the part of the leaders/administrators/legislators both at the local and national levels.