Haki Madini Kenya (HMK) is a community centered coalition that brings together communities in and around mining areas, civil society organisations, faith based organisations and individuals engaging in the mining industry with the primary aim of promoting responsible stewardship of mining resources.

Our goal is to enhance the capacity of HMK and communities affected by the mining sector to engage effectively in national and local decision-making processes on mining issues and building a broad-based platform for collective action.

Our mission is to effectively promote community participation, multi-stakeholder engagement and responsible stewardship in the mining sector in Kenya.

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Community Organising

Community Organising

Community organising means exciting people to individually and collectively take control of their situation to influence change. In its current strategy, Haki Madini Kenya (HMK) has set out to build organised but informal community entities to sustainably inspire coordinated efforts and collective action on common goals/agenda in communities where we are present. HMK provide support to communities in the extractives to build their own capacities, share ideas and information, develop the sense of desired change and effectively respond to emerging issues in the extractive sector.

Towards realizing organised extractive communities, Haki Madini has developed a comprehensive guide that provides a clear and replicable formula to assist communities rally and organise in community platforms and build a collective voice on common extractive concerns. The guide is currently being used in Kitui County Mui Coal basin, Kanziko and Ngaie Limestone areas and soon to be used in other Counties where HMK is present.