Launch of “Walk the Talk”

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On 30th November 2017, CEEC launched the publication “Walk the Talk: A Call by Women to Electoral Duty Bearers”. This was under the GIZ-CPS supported project “Giving Women a Voice: Advocacy against Electoral Violence towards Women Candidates. The publication chronicles the experiences of 16 women who vied for Member of County Assembly (MCA) seats in […]

Political Dialogues

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  Under the Heinrich Boell Stiftung-East & Horn of Africa supported project Youth Promoting Inter-ethnic Harmony through Political Dialogue in Nairobi County, youth from five informal settlements in Nairobi held political dialogues between 22nd November and 15th December 2017. The dialogue forums which were held in Dandora, Kawangware, Korogocho, Kibra and Mathare aimed at promoting […]

Dialogue Initiators Meeting

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  On 15th November 2017, CEEC held a meeting of 19 youth Dialogue Initiators from five of Nairobi’s informal settlements namely Dandora, Kawangware, Korogocho, Kibra and Mathare at Central Park Hotel Nairobi.  This was under the Heinrich Boell Stiftung – East & Horn of Africa supported project Youth Promoting Inter-ethnic Harmony through Political Dialogue in […]

Giving Women a Voice: Advocacy against Electoral Violence towards Women Candidates

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On 19th and 20th September 2017, seventeen women from Murang’a and Nairobi Counties who vied for the MCA seats during the 2017 General Election converged at Sagana Getaway resort to share their experiences. They gave harrowing accounts of violence perpetrated against them and members of their families. They also narrated how the entire electoral process […]

Sauti Mtaani Popularization Forums

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The objective of the project “Youth and Governance: Enhancing Youth Participation in 2017 General Elections through the Sauti Mtaani Platform within Nairobi County” was to facilitate engagement between youth and MCA aspirants in Nairobi. This engagement was expected to help the youth make informed choices at the ballot. In this regard, 22 aspirants and 92 […]

Anti-Bias Training – Burnt Forest

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From 19th to 23rd June 2017, CEEC provided support to GIZ/CPS to conduct an Anti-Bias training that took place in Burnt Forest. In this regard, CEEC mobilized 24 participants from eight farms in Burnt Forest namely Lingway, Kamuyu, Rukuini, Kaplelach, Ndungulu, Chuiyat, Barekeiywo and Kagongo. Three participants were mobilized from each farm ensuring there was […]