Publications

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Sustained Advocacy Campaigns for Food Security: Strengthening Structures & Strategies of Non-State Actors in West Pokot

From 6th to 8th April 2016, the Konrad Adenauer Foundation Kenya in partnership with the ASAL Stakeholders Forum (ASF) West Pokot Chapter, organized a capacity building and sensitization training on the topic of food security. more…

Event Reports | April 8, 2016

Entrepreneurship Training Seminar

Youth, Women and Persons with Disability access to Government Procurement Workshop

The training session focused on the question of how youth, women and persons living with disability can access government procurement and entrepreneurial opportunities. more…

Event Reports | March 30, 2016

Disaster Risk Management and Livelihood Development: How to build Drought Resilience

County leaders, including members of the County Executive Committee, county officers, the heads of the county ministries and departments and representatives of the civil society took part in the forums of four days’ duration in Eldoret. The workshop aimed at providing a platform for county leaders to dialogue on the topic of resilience building with regard to food security. The discussions were based on the “Ending Drought Emergencies (EDE) Framework”. more…

Event Reports | November 24, 2015

Prevention of the Impact caused by Droughts: Lobbying and Advocacy

The training activities targeted members of local, national and international civil society organisations, the media and local government. Facilitators were drawn mainly from a government agency with expertise in issues concerning food security in the arid and semi-arid regions (ASALs) of Kenya. The participants interacted with the trainers and discussed the most effective lobbying and advocacy techniques towards implementing food security in their counties . more…

Event Reports | November 2, 2015

Food Security in the arid and semi-arid Regions: the Use of "Early-Warning-Systems"

The training activities targeted members of local, national and international civil society organisations, the media and local government. Facilitators were drawn mainly from a government agency with expertise in issues concerning food security in the arid and semi-arid regions (ASALs) of Kenya. The participants interacted with the trainers and discussed the most effective lobbying and advocacy techniques towards implementing food security in their counties . more…

Event Reports | October 27, 2015