Welcome to Kenyan Canadian Association Official Website

Kenyan Canadian Association - KCA is a federal not-for-profit organization that seeks to address the issues affecting marginalized Canadians especially those of Kenyan origin, the black communities and visible minorities while assisting newcomers to settle and make a positive contribution in the society as they endeavor to achieve their goals.

KCA also focuses on implementing programs and specifically offering services to newcomers, low-income families, racialized and socially-excluded groups residing in Canada to improve their personal well-being and social-economic status.

KCA works collaboratively with organizations and stakeholders through our grassroot network across the country.


Webinar 4: Media’s Role in Ending Gender-Based Violence

Toronto, Canada – Friday, October 1, 2021

The growing reach of all forms of media through the internet and online social platforms has opened the doors to the instantaneous spread of harmful content that can reinforce attitudes that lead to gender-based violence (GBV). However, today’s fast access to news, television, film, and music also presents new opportunities for us to address gender inequalities and eradicate GBV.

KCA’s Latest Gender-Based Violence Webinar Tackles the Difficulties of Navigating the Legal and Justice System for Victims and Survivors

Toronto, Canada – Monday, September 27, 2021

Kenyan Canadian Association (KCA) hosted it’s third webinar on September 25th, 2021, aimed at addressing Gender-Based Violence (GBV). The event was part of a high-impact webinar series supported by funds from the Government of Canada through the Canadian Women’s Foundation, Safer + Stronger COVID-19 Emergency Grant.

Gender Based Violence Webinar: Navigating The Legal and Justice System

Toronto, Canada – Friday, September 17, 2021

Did you know that the Department of Justice found that over 83% of the instances of Gender-Based Violence (GBV) in Canada go unreported to authorities? There are a myriad of reasons why many people stay silent; like social stigma, fear of blame or retaliation; or the difficulties of dealing with law enforcement and the justice system.

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Kenyan Canadian Association - KCA
Brampton | Toronto
Ontario, Canada.
Tel: +1-888-448-6225
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