National Strategy to Counter Violent Extremism (updated 2019, launched 2016)
47 County Action Plans to Prevent & Counter Violent Extremism to implement the CVE strategy bottom-up
Between July 2016 to June 2020, the NCTC trained and sensitised over 100,000 Kenyans on their role in security in intelligence-informed radicalisation hotspots and risk areas. This is the most extensive pro-counter terrorism and counter-radicalisation initiative in the country.
Radicalised Kenyans on the risky journey to recruitment into terrorist groups have been disengaged throughout the country as part of the Disengagement Programme.
Coordination: Initiated and participated in establishment of incident response Standard Operating Procedures.
Protective security assessments .
Liaison with private security companies.
Training on terrorism prevention and counter terrorism.
Returnee disengagement and rehabilitation framework.
Global counter terrorism and counter violent extremism focal point.
Building the capacity of countries in the region in terrorism prevention and counter terrorism.
Call for Proposals: 2023 Stories on Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism at the Local Level in Western Kenya
Champions of Peace-Kenya (CoP-K) , a Grass-root Non-Governmental Organization with presence in 14 counties in Kenya whose vision is to ensure Stable, Peaceful and Secure Communities. CoP-K works with Families, Communities, Government, Corporate entities and Non-State Actors in Preventing and Countering Violent Extremism as well Peace Building efforts in ensuring the Country remains Stable, Peaceful and Secure.
Champions of Peace-Kenya through the coordination of National Counter Terrorism (NCTC) is inviting journalists and media practitioners in western Kenya to submit story ideas for grants of up to Sh30,000; Sh20,000 and Sh10,000 for positions 1-3 respectively in each thematic area listed below.
Importance of police and community relationships in preventing and countering violent extremism.
Leveraging on existing partnerships between civil society and religious organizations at the two levels of government to prevent and counter violent extremism.
The place of drama and performing arts in preventing and countering violent extremism.
The role of the education sector in preventing and countering violent extremism.
Citizen vigilance and reporting in preventing and countering violent extremism.
Eligibility : The grant is open to accredited journalists who present a story idea in a synopsis of not more than 700 words.
Award Criteria: Grant award will be determined by the uniqueness and strength of the story idea highlighting why it matters and its potential impact to preventing and countering violent extremism. The proposal should also explain how the article differs from those already published on the same subject.
Grant: The grant amounts are from Sh10,000 to Sh30,000 based on ranking in each thematic area.
Grant Application Deadline: All applications MUST be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org by close of business on Friday, 17th February 2023.
Grant Indemnity: Kindly note that the decision of the proposal caller shall be final. Each Applicant is limited to one category