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Kenya Council of Imams and ULAMAA (KCUI)

Introduction

The Kenya Council of Imams and Ulamaa (KCIU) is a faith-based national network of Imams and scholars in Kenya. Established in 1996 and registered under the Societies Act in 2001, KCIU’s Mission is to promote and enhance community empowerment in the areas of religion, health, education, social and economic development.

 

One of KCIU’s main mandates is to offer the Muslim community, who form between 20-30% of the total population in Kenya, health interventions in HIV/AIDS, Malaria and TB prevention, care and support, prevention of mother-to-child transmission, reproductive health, family planning, maternal child health and Gender Equality promotion.

 

KCIU collaborates with other stakeholders and partners and the Government of Kenya to realize its objectives.