It is that time again when you engage in the county planning and budgeting process. I hope you have started engaging in the formulation of the Annual Development Plan in your county. Here in Nairobi we are in pursuit of an ideal Annual Development Plan (ADP). All 47 counties are required by the law to […]
In 2016 and early 2017, Hakijamii conducted a baseline survey on “Barriers & Facilitators of Citizen Participation in Nairobi. The major recommendation from the report was the need for Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and social movements to have a central role in entrenching the culture of constitutionalism and rule of law in government operations. Based […]
Hakijamii organized a training for residents of Kwale County who have been affected by various mining activities. The areas targeted included Mafisini, Vidungeni, Vumbu and Nguluku communities. These communities are at different stages in terms of engagement with the mining sector. In Mafisini, the main area of discussion was the resettlement process. It was however […]
Mr. Geoffrey Kerosi takes us through audit reports and how to interprate them here:
Members of the public are invited to participate in the consultative forums on the Nairobi County Annual Development Plan (ADP) to be held on 17th August 2018 starting at 10:00 am in various locations.
Today, 08th August 2018, residents from informal settlements across Nairobi came together to protest against the ongoing forced evictions. They also had a petition requesting the Government of Kenya to stop the forced evictions against the urban poor and to resettle them within the framework of the Government’s Agenda 4 Program. The petition can be […]
On Wednesday 08th August 2018, residents from various informal settlements will have a processional walk to stand in solidarity against the ongoing forced evictions. The walk is from 9 am to 2 pm starting off at the Freedom Corner. They will also drop off to relevant government offices a petition requesting the Government of Kenya […]
Geoffrey Kerosi breaks down the budget cycle in four simple steps.
Hakijamii undertook a survey on the state of non-formal schools in selected informal settlements such as Mathare, Kibra, Kangemi and Mukuru with the aim of generating data and information as a basis to understand the non-formal education sector. We also aim to use the knowledge generated from the study to plan specific interventions to improve […]