Gay and Lesbian Coalition of Kenya
Gay and Lesbian Coalition of Kenya (GALCK), also known as Kenya Gays and Lesbian Trust (KEGALE), is an organisation founded in 2008, working to ensure that "Kenya's anti-LGBTI laws are repealed and protective laws for LGBTI people are enacted. In addition, GALCK provides legal advice and assistance to LGBTI people who are victims of Kenya's existing anti-LGBTI laws or who are victims of physical violence or any form of discrimination that may be related to their known or presumed sexual orientation."

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  • Black African MSM appear twice as likely to contract HIV as other ethnic groups

    (Sigma Research, 2011)

  • BAME MSM make up 0.1% of the total population in the UK, but 13% of MSM diagnosed with HIV.

    (Nastal-3, PHE, 2013)

  • Black MSM are also twice as likely to report homophobic attacks in their local area compared to the white population - 13% compared to 6% respectively

    (Stonewall, 2013)