Dear Colleagues and Partners, Economic and Social Rights Centre – Hakijamii is a national civil society organization working on governance in over 15 towns in Kenya. We seek among other things to amplify community voices to effectively demand their ESC rights and live a dignified life. We continue to champion discourse for marginalized communities to […]
Below are some findings from the Kisumu County CIDP 2018-2022 in various sectors. Health Sector -The health sector in Kisumu is facing a number of challenges among which malaria is a leading cause of morbidity in all age groups despite the intentions put in place such as testing, treatment and provision of mosquito nets to […]
Public Participation alert: Nairobi residents are invited to a public participation forum on 20th May at Charter Hall on the Nairobi City County Revenue Administration Bill 2019.
National government plans for 2019/2020: The national government is planning to construct 10 new Teachers Training Colleges (TTCs) at a cost of KES. 185 million. To construct 30 new Technical Training Institutes (TTIs) across the country. Ksh. 2.4 billion was allocated towards water harvesting in 2018/2019. Proposed allocation of Ksh. 4.3 billion towards water harvesting […]
Here are some of the salient features in the Community Land Act 2016.
Last week Hakijamii held a boardroom meeting with the Cabinet Secretary Dr. Magoha and Director General Ilyas Abdi to present our asks on education #righttoeducation
Essay Competition for University Students. For the Guidelines visit http://www.hakijamii.com/index.php/essay-competition-for-university-students/
We are excited to announce the release of the #AbidjanPrinciples! They bring clarity on existing legal obligations of States regarding the implementation of the right to education in the context of the growing private actor involvement. Read the principles here.
Today we held a meeting with our community partners in Kisumu to get their input into the National Slum Upgrading and Prevention Bill 2018 to submit to the Task Force. Here are some of the photos from the meeting: