Lamu County Government is revising its programs in order to incorporate counter-violent extremism (CVE) elements into the County Integrated Development Plan.
The Lamu County Technical Working Group, in partnership with the Malaika Foundation, is spearheading the exercise, which aims to fully embrace and implement programs that would ensure peace, harmony, and security for all Lamu residents.
This comes shortly after H.E Governor Fahim Twaha signed the Lamu County Disaster Risk Management bill into law. The bill ensures that all stakeholders in the county are involved in the mitigation and management of disasters.
The Lamu County Government, the Lamu County Engagement Forum. ( CEF) and the Lamu MF have been engaged in intensive dialogues and mutual collaboration. The initial Integration plan will be followed by a periodical evaluation of the County Integrated Development Plan (CIDP) and Lamu County Action Plan ( LCAP) implementation, which will then inform future revisions.
The Lamu County Technical Working Group and the Malaika Foundation team, led by Programs officer Francis Mawira and Head of Monitoring and Evaluation, Joyce Wairimu, met at the Lamu County headquarters in Mokowe .
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Lamu County Government Communications Office at firstname.lastname@example.org