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East Africa Preventing Violent Extremism

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IATI Identifier: GB-GOV-52-CSSF-03-000018

Description

This programme aims to strengthen the evidence base on preventing violent extremism and reduce the drivers and enablers of violent extremism in East Africa by supporting local government in Kenya to implement preventing violent extremism county action plans. Through civil society organisations supporting the most vulnerable groups to reintegrate into local communities by working with local government, young men, women and children and religious leaders. Facilitating the sharing of best practice between non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and civil society organisations (CSOs) working to prevent violent extremism, research to identify the main drivers of violent extremism in East Africa and evaluate the effectiveness of efforts to prevent it.

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