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Students as content creators: Meru School journalism club showcase the school magazine to alumni.
Pupils of a public primary school in Kakamega County: There’s need for equity in school’s infrastructure to provide for equal access to digital literacy.
CMIL-Kenya and renowned Media Literacy scholars from USA & Canada held a 2-day workshop for students at Riara University in July, 2016.
CMIL-Kenya receiving a book from the visiting Media Literacy author Dr. Frank Baker at Hemmingways Hotel, Nairobi
Youth participants take a break during the UNESCO MIL workshop in Nairobi
 
Planning Meeting for Kenya/Sweden MIL project in session at KICD
CMIL-Kenya making a point at the 2nd Pan African MIL Conference in Abuja.
MIL workshop for teachers participants pose for a group photo at Sunstar Hotel, Nairobi

CMI-Kenya making a presentation on MIL as a tool in prevention of violent extremism during a UNESCO workshop in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

Education for Peace participants pose for a group photo at the African Union headquarters in February, 2017.
Youth Leaders pose for a group photo with their facilitators on the 1st day of MIL Capacity Building workshop held in Nairobi on October 18th-20th, 2016.

 

Who We Are

The Centre for Media & Information Literacy in Kenya (CMILKenya) is a not-for-profit organization registered in Kenya in May, 2013 to spearhead media and information literacy among various citizen groups and promote good governance through civic engagement initiatives in the country.

What We Do

CMIL-Kenya empowers Kenyan citizens to fully utilize their constitutionally guaranteed freedom of expression and access to information by demanding and using responsible and accurate information from relevant sources to enable them actively and positively participate in public governance processes.

CMIL-Kenya UNESCO Conduct MIL Capacity Building of Youth Organisations’ Leaders in Kenya

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CMIL-KENYA has partnered with UNESCO to promote the uptake of media & information literacy in Kenya in a project entitled National MIL Consultations and Capacity Building of Youth Leaders. The

The SwedKen MIL Project

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CMIL-Kenya & KICD Partner with University of Boras, Sweden on MIL Capacity Building of Teachers & Librarians in Kenya CMIL-Kenya in partnership with Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development (KICD) and

CMIL-Kenya participates in PVE Workshop

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CMIL-Kenya Participates in Education for Peace Workshop in Ethiopia CMIL-Kenya early this year participated in the capacity building workshop on Prevention of Violence through education in Sub-Saharan Africa for education

Mil Capacity Building for Youth Organisations’ Leaders in Kenya

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The Centre for Media and Information Literacy in Kenya (CMIL-Kenya) and UNESCO have planned a 3-day media and information literacy (MIL) capacity building for membership-based youth led organisations in Kenya

UNESCO Supports MIL Workshop for Youth Leaders in Kenya

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Background As the world moves towards ‘knowledge societies’, timely access to relevant, useful and quality information is critical for making informed decisions and improving the lives of the people. With