KIKIT Presenting At British Embassy – Paris

Kikit In Paris

KIKIT was invited by the Uk Home Office to present at the British High Commissioner’s residence in Paris We presented our Pathways project which is regarded as best practice in the UK by the Home Office.

Mohammed Ashfaq our Managing Director presented the KIKIT theory of Change model which demonstrates all of KIKIT services and how we deliver our interventions , capture outcomes and demonstrate social value in addressing issues related to Drug & Alcohol addiction , Gang Violence , Radicalisation / Extremism and Knife Crime.

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