Amani clubs give students tips on peaceful coexistence

What you need to know:

  • NCIC boss Hassan Mohammed said youth are the most active group and a better understanding of them is important in any efforts aimed at attaining long-term peace building and social cohesion.
  • An initiative of the NCIC,  the Amani clubs  aim to  influence  young people on matters of positive ethnicity, nationhood and inclusivity by advocating national cohesion and integration.

  • NCIC vice-chairperson, Ms Irene Wanyoike, the overall goal of the clubs is to inculcate an appreciation of diversity among  students from different ethnic, racial and religious communities.

Three issues dominated the Kwale County Amani Clubs Forum last Friday: Reducing youth’s involvement in violence by teaching  them skills, their role in peace-building, and  in combating violent extremism.

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