This section provides a means for stakeholders— bilateral and multilateral partners, media, religious and local leaders, civil society, the private sector, and the research community — to engage with the NSCVE. The NCTC will be the lead agency coordinating all actors (state, non-state and bilateral and multilateral partners) involved in the implementation process.
Importantly, CVE needs to be evidence driven, and therefore we requires that it be anchored in robust conceptual approaches and empirical research rooted in the particularities of regions, countries, and local neighbourhoods. We invite researchers to join the effort and apply here.
If you are seeking funding for a project, this section is for you. Submit a brief overview of your project for consideration by the CSM Review Panel. Once approved and recommended for funding to one of our donor partners, you will be required to provide more detailed project information to the funding agency.
To ensure effective collaboration, and particularly lack of duplication and mapping to ensure holistic impact, all those (Kenyan and foreign citizens) who seek to partner with government on CVE should register here. Whether you have identified the agency or ministerial department that you would like to work with, or are looking for recommendations on which organ would best supplement or complement your project needs, we can help.
CVE requires a dynamic research and expert engagement to enrich conversations, policy and projects around it. However, there are problems matching expertise to need. We are looking to remedy this situation by involving you as integral stakeholders on this platform. Registering as a researcher & an expert here will enable entities commissioning research or undertaking a project to find you.