The communities in Kenya face a lack of leadership and governance that has led to a national divide. During election seasons, this fracture within the systems and leadership is emphasized and creates a greater need for good leadership. ALARM works to reconcile communities and is committed to uniting people of all backgrounds. ALARM Kenya is actively engaging the community in efforts to reduce poverty and is empowering individuals to become entrepreneurs and community leaders.
- 6,700+ people have been served by ALARM Kenya
- 4,200+ individuals have been trained in leadership by ALARM Kenya
- 750+ people have benefited from the ALARM Kenya Peacebuilding, Justice, and Reconciliation Programs
- 1,650+ individuals served by the ALARM Kenya Community Transformation Projects
January – February (2022)
January – March (2022)