Hakijamii held a training with an attempt to create demand for good health sector governance, effective participation and increased demand for accountability from citizens through socially driven methods and activities. Analysis of county budgets on the health sector show that more financial resources are injected to advance health care annually. This, however, is not the […]
Early this year, Hakijamii conducted a survey of non-formal schools in Nairobi. This report contains the findings of the survey which was conducted in four informal settlements of Nairobi being Kibra, Mathare, Kangemi and Mukuru.
This year’s Intervarsity Human Rights Debate will be held from 30th November to 01st December 2018. Topic of the debate: Privatization of Education in Kenya.
Have a look at the Housing Fund Regulations 2018 down below.
Have something to say on the Housing Fund Regulations? Make sure you submit your comments by 19/11/18
The Human Rights Committee adopted its General Comment no. 36 on Article 6 of the International Covenant on Civil & Political Rights on the right to life. The drafting of General Comment no. 36 began on 14 July 2015 and has been a long one. Some of the highlights of the General Comment include: […]
This year, Hakijamii among other organizations such as KISORA, COPA-K, Kituo cha Sheria, Kutoka Network, Grassroots Trust for Community Organizations (GRATCO), Pamoja Trust, etc convened for the Misereor Urban Partners Workshop 2018. Discussions surrounded the state of housing, slum upgrading, the wave of forced evictions in Kenya and in-depth discussions on some of the concerns […]
An annual national week of reflection to highlight issues of equity in resource mobilization and distribution by encouraging dialogue at a national and county level.