Theatre For Peace Project

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As Kenya heads to the 2022 General Election, CEEC with the support of GIZ-CPS is working with young artists to use theatre/arts to advocate for peaceful elections. Guided by the call “Rada ni Peace”, 30 youth performing artists from Kawangware, Korogocho, Dandora, Kibra and Mathare received a three-day training in May 2022 on conflict transformation, […]

Embracing Diversity Radio Talk Shows

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As part of the GIZ-CPS supported project on “Cohesion Building: Promoting Respect for Diversity in Five Informal Settlements within Nairobi”, CEEC partnered with Koch FM, Mtaani Radio and Pamoja Fm for a total of 25 weekly Embracing Diversity Talk Shows per station which aired from June to November 2021. The Radio Talk Shows proved to […]

Embracing Diversity Community Outreach Activities

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In an effort to sensitize a wider constituency on the need to embrace diversity, project trainees under the GIZ-CPS supported project “Cohesion Building: Promoting Respect for Diversity in Five Informal Settlements within Nairobi”, joined other organizations in the respective areas for synergy activities. A total of 10 community outreaches (2 per informal settlement) were held […]

Community Leaders Training on Embracing Diversity

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In May 2021 CEEC conducted a three days’ training for a total of 20 community leaders at Comfort Hotel, Nairobi. The training was implemented under the Project, “Cohesion Building: Promoting Respect for Diversity in five Informal Settlements within Nairobi”, with support from GIZ-CPS. The trainees were from the informal settlements of; Kibra, Kawangware, Korogocho, Dandora […]

Inter Gender Forums on Gender Based Violence Prevention and Response within Informal Settlements in Nairobi

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Between November 2020 and February 2021, CEEC with support from GIZ-CPS held four series of inter gender forums within the five informal settlements of Nairobi namely; Kibra, Kawagware, Dandora, Korogocho and Mathare. The forums were under the project ‘’Promoting Peaceful Co-Existence in Nairobi’s Informal Settlements during the COVID-19 Pandemic by Combating Gender Based Violence.’’ Fourty […]

16 Days of Activism against Gender Based Violence Caravan-Informal Settlements, Nairobi

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In December 2020, CEEC held a caravan to commemorate the 16 Days of Activism against Gender Based Violence within five informal settlements in Nairobi. The caravan was part of the project ‘’Promoting Peaceful Co-Existence in Nairobi’s Informal Settlements during the COVID- 19 Pandemic by Combating Gender Based Violence,’’ implemented with support from GIZ-CPS. The project […]

Youth Training on Gender Based Violence Prevention and Response in Nairobi’s Informal Settlements

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In November 2020, CEEC carried out two sets of three days’ training for a total of 39 youth at PCEA St. Andrews Church, Nairobi. The training was implemented under the Project, “Promoting Peaceful Co-Existence in Nairobi’s Informal Settlements during the Covid-19 pandemic by Combating Gender Based Violence’’, with support from GIZ-CPS. The trainees were from […]

Inter Gender Forums on Combating Electoral Gender Based Violence-Burnt Forest, Uasin Gishu County

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Between September and October 2020, CEEC with support from GIZ conducted a total of 16 Inter-gender forums in eight farms in Burnt Forest namely; Ndungulu, Barekeiwo, Rukuini, Kagongo, Chuiyat, Kamuyu, Kaplelach and Lingway. The forums were part of the project, ‘Combating Electoral Gender Based Violence through Positive Masculinities and Femininities in Burnt Forest’. A total […]

Policy Dialogue Training- Kikuyu Sub-County, Kiambu County

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With the support of HorizonT3000, CEEC conducted a policy dialogue training of 20 Community leaders from Kikuyu Sub County on 28th-30th October 2020. The training that took place at the ACK Emmanuel Church, Kikuyu, brought together stakeholders from youth groups, CSOs, religious organizations, Community Health Workers, women groups as well as other community opinion leaders […]

Door to Door Sensitization on Promotion of Women’s Leadership-Burnt Forest, Uasin Gishu County

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As part of the GIZ supported project, “Combating Electoral Gender Based Violence through Positive Masculinities and Femininities in Burnt Forest”, 38 community leaders conducted a series of “door to door” campaigns between 28th September and 17th October 2020 to sensitize the community to embrace women’s leadership. The leaders who are residents of Barekeiwo, Ndungulu, Rukuini, […]