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The Link March 2009

Enhancing Governance for all

Titles in this Issue: Capital Markets AuthorityLighting up KenyaKilifi Councilor exposedDrugs worry Kisii Central DEOResidents Association’s appealKMC on verge of collapseGovernment accused of failure, 1 year laterSuba’s Sh 1B Bio Diesel factory

Katiba News February 09

A critical analysis of democracy and governance issues in Kenya, giving information on the Constitution Review Process

Content: oTowards disaster preparedness in KenyaoSo many hungers!oKatiba briefsoJustice be done in Kenya…oState of the Nation

The Link February 2009

Enhancing Governance for all

Titles in this Issue: The deposit Protection BoardCDF Board slow in redress actionKenya’s Census to cost Kshs 7 BillionSambu accused of flouting CDF ActYouth Endowment Fund ‘has not helped much’Kieni Residents threaten to eat own childrenKIWASCO denies involvement in Lake Victoria pollutionBungoma Country Council moves to end dual funding

Civic Education for Schools and Colleges

Training Manual - Empowering School Teachers

The process of developing this manual involved a review of Daraja's Civic Education for schools and Colleges Recourse Book, - approved by the Ministry of Education, the current Kenya Primary Education Syllabus, Kenya Primary Teachers Education Syllabus and various other Civic Education ,materials, literature and training manuals with the specific objective of isolating key issues and subject matter relevant to the primary school teachers programme.

Katiba News January 09

A critical analysis of democracy and governance issues in Kenya, giving information on the Constitution Review Process

Content: oA crowded agenda- What’s in Parliaments plate?oKatiba briefsoRegional integration in AfricaoTrade unionism or labour blackmail?

The Link January 2009

Enhancing Governance for all

Titles in this Issue: oFishing Policy ready for DebateoKilifi County Council tables projectoEldoret Council to demolish houses on road reserveoIs free secondary Education sustainable?oOffshore mining polluting environmentoMalaria vaccine on the way, says researcher

Katiba News December 08

A critical analysis of democracy and governance issues in Kenya, giving information on the Constitution Review Process

Content: oThe fourth estate under fireoBig brother is watchingoKatiba briefsoLeaders of tomorrow todayoReview process at a cross roadsoCan’t pay, won’t pay – of MPs and taxes

Katiba News November 08

A critical analysis of democracy and governance issues in Kenya, giving information on the Constitution Review Process

Content: oThe culture of impunity in KenyaoExercising criminal jurisdiction in post election violenceoKatiba briefsoStill nowhere to call homeoCan’t pay, won’t pay – of MPs and taxes

Politische Parteien in Kenia

Kenia ist eine klassische Präsidialdemokratie.Der Präsident wird vomVolk direkt gewählt und ist laut geltenderVerfassung Chef der Regierung,der die Richtlinien der Politikbestimmt und der das Kabinett ernennt,das aus Mitgliedern des Parlamentsbesteht und vom Parlamentbestätigt werden muss.Die politischen Parteien treten außerhalbvon Wahlen nur wenig inErscheinung. Das Parteiensystem istunübersichtlich und von Neugründungenund wechselnden Partei-Bündnissen und Allianzen gekennzeichnet.

Katiba News October 08

A critical analysis of democracy and governance issues in Kenya, giving information on the Constitution Review Process

Content: oDisbanding and reconstituting the ECKoExamining the independence of IRECoKatiba briefsoPost election violence commission of inquiryoPolitical parties and democratic governance in Kenya