We are a grassroots organization that aims to prevent and transform radicalization and violent extremism, protect and promote the progressive realization and enjoyment of human rights and protect children from all forms of commercial sexual exploitation.
To engage society in continuous dialogue and civic discourse on matters of development, food security, radicalization, violent extremism, crime, peace and security
Create an inclusive society free of hunger, poverty, fear and violence
Our aim is to engage society in continuous dialogue and civic discourse .
What We Do
HUDA is an Arabic terms meaning “Uongofu” or Mwongozo” or “Guidance”, the formation of the organization signifies the desire for the communities in the south coast region to address issues of development, civic education and engagement and to move people away from radicalisation and violent extremism including dissuading youth from joining proscribed groups and gangs Conscious that many idle youth in the area are attracted to different anti-social groups and behavior, HUDA works with stakeholders including youth, women, state actors, the private sector and the civil society.
in Civil Society (BRICS)
The project aimed at building the relationship between youth and the security actors through dialogues and joint sports activity.
The project aimed at transforming violent extremism by strengthening the relationship between youth in the boda boda sector and the local security actors.
The project aimed at mitigating the harmful effects of covid-19 crises on social cohesion stability and peace in Kwale county.
Commercial Sexual (CSEC)
Exploitation of Children
We partnered with International Justice Mission (IJM) with the aims of protecting children from commercial sexual exploitation and facilitating access to justice to survivors of sexual exploitation.