Project goal: Through the programme, tolerance and peaceful co-existence were enhanced among youth from different religions. Comparing baseline and endline results reveals an improvement in interfaith relations according to almost all indicators.

In our CVE work, we;
Engage young Muslims, women, communities and those in leadership who are outside mainstream institutions and are
susceptible to radicalization and violence, in order to provide alternative opportunities and safe.

Utilize value-adding channels including working with community mosques, schools, and families through referrals of individuals who are seen as most at risk (involving schools, families, religious leaders and district representatives). This can help increase the capacity of communities to challenge and resist extremists.

Facilitate continuous learning seminars through engagement, interfaith dialogues, cohesion activities, language training, anti-discrimination actions, will be undertaken myth busting to create a sense of belonging for a shared identity and eventually reduce real perceived isolation and amplify Muslim civil society stanch. This will help in building cross border linkages and networks that can identify and mitigate recruitment and radicalization to violence from a Muslim civil society perspective and experiences.