- The regular citizens of Kenya who will enjoy peace and tranquility.
- The Central government that will not now experience huge resources on rebuilding after destruction of property.
- The Counter terrorism and national security agencies that will have received much boost and support in fighting terrorism and post-election violence
- Ethnic or religious groups that should now easily live and work side by side easily without the fear of an individual attacking another because of ethnic or religious differences
- Young People whose energy would have now been averted from violent extremism to focus on more positive life goals and contribute to United Nations Millennium Development Goals
- To contribute to United Nations Millennium Development Goals
- To foster cohesion among ethnic and religious groups that have the highest tendency and vulnerability to violent extremism.
- To counter terrorism activities within Kenya and possibly the world should our model prove effective for other countries to emulate
- To ensure there’s constant existence of peace and tranquility among the diverse ethnic and religious groups in Kenya.
- To sensitize the youth on the dangers of radical ideologies that lead to crimes like murder, emotional or physical injury of humans or destruction of property.
- To ensure that Kenya is peaceful country with much less likely occurrence of violence related to fundamentalist or extremist ideologies.
- The Live Broadcasted Town Hall Forum (details)
- The National Correspondence Network (details)
- Community Based Organization (CBO) Community Mobilization (details)
- Development of Short Documentaries on regions of concern ( In this case, counties) (details)
- Informal Youth led peace, integration and inter-ethnic cohesion seminars.
- Research on Extremist Violence Triggers and their Solutions
- Development of MyGuard: An integrated, global online platform that prevents or reduces the chances of an extremist attack.
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