Dr. Steve Ouma (Pamoja Trust) cracks residents of Kangemi’s ribs as he explains Land compensation.
With the County Integrated Development Plan (CIDP) process ongoing, residents of Isiolo county came together to brain storm on what they would like to see included in the next CIDP 2018-2022. Have a listen to what they have to say…
Mombasa County Government was funded by the Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure, Housing and Urban Development, under the Kenya Informal Settlements Improvement Project (KISIP) to develop the Mombasa County Housing Policy (MCHP). For some time now, the county government of Mombasa has been grappling with Urban Renewal and Regeneration Programs which are in tandem. The county […]
On 28th September 2017, Hakijamii launched a report “Titanium Benefit sharing in Kwale County” This report undertook a survey of mining benefit sharing in Nguluku being where people were relocated from and Bwiti being the host site in the context of titanium mining in Maumba, Kwale County. The study found out that there is no […]
On 28th September 2017, Hakijamii launched a report on “Budgeting in Kwale county and its impact on the realisation of socio-economic rights for the mining host communities in Nguluku and Bwiti”. The report found that the County Government has made efforts to plan for the development of the County, developing the County Integrated Plan 2013-2017 […]
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Key findings and summary here
A comprehensive analysis of the law and practice in the context of Nguluku and Bwiti. Benefit sharing is a critical component in enhancing company-community harmony and enabling a company to achieve the social license to operate. It is based on the acknowledgment that mining companies are not strictly commercial ventures whose sole mandate is creation […]
Hakijamii led Isiolo residents in reviewing the Isiolo County Integrated Development Plan (CIDP) 2013-2017. The review largely focused on development projects which promote access to basic services; mainly the health, water and sanitation, education and land & housing sector. It was noted that a number of development projects which were implemented during the period stalled […]
Mineral resources are important national resources that can enhance national socio-economic development if well managed. Historically, Kenya has not been a majorplayer in the extractive sector, with the industry only contributing 1% to the country’sgross domestic product and less than 3% of total export earnings. However, with the discovery and exploitation of minerals such as […]