Advocacy

Siasa Place

Siasa Place is an NGO formed in 2015 that aims to create an enabling environment to educate and engage women and youth in governance through the constitution and electoral processes in Kenya. 

KICTANet

KICTANet is a multi-stakeholder think tank for people and institutions interested and involved in ICT policy and regulation in Kenya. The think tank is a catalyst for reform in the Information and Communication Technology sector. Its work is guided by four pillars of policy advocacy, capacity building, research, and stakeholder engagement.

Nairobi Disabled Empowerment Programme

The Nairobi Disabled Empowerment Program (NADEP) is an urban-rural programme that implements activities and offers services to persons with disabilities in the Dagoretti and Kibera slums.

The group is led and run by persons with disabilities and strives to empower them to think independently and creatively to take charge of their future. NADEP encourages the active involvement of persons with disabilities in development activities in the community as a means of reducing poverty.

Elections Observation Group

Election Observation Group (ELOG) is a long-term, permanent, and national platform, which is comprised of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) with the mandate of strengthening democracy in Kenya and the African Region through promoting inclusive, transparent, and accountable electoral processes.

Center for International Private Enterprise

Since 1983 CIPE has been working with local partners to craft business-driven solutions to social-economic problems that affect millions of people. We at CIPE believe that democracy is at its strongest when the private sector is flourishing. Working with our local partners that include business associations, chambers of commerce, think tanks, universities and advocacy organizations, CIPE is helping create the enabling environment for business to thrive. This can only happen when the core institutions of democracy are strong and transparent.

Global Forum for Media Development

The Global Forum for Media Development (GFMD), a not-for-profit, Belgian registered ASBL, is a network of journalism support and media assistance groups established in 2005 in Amman, Jordan. The GFMD’s core value is to support the creation and strengthening of journalism and free, independent, sustainable and pluralistic news ecosystems.

GFMD’s vision is summarised in a code of practice developed by and for its members as a common ethical framework to which GFMD members commit themselves. Our aims foster: