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KAS Virtual Launch of Business Heroes in Kenya

Social Ecological Market Economy

In reference to the aspect of Social Market Economy, KAS Kenya ventured to follow the journey of one Kenyan Business Hero Dr. Maxwel Okoth, founder/CEO Ruai Family Hospital, RFH Healthcare Ltd, who shares his experiences in setting up his business despite the various challenges encountered. The film will thus further enhance experience sharing and discussions on how best to integrate the SEME aspect in the country.


Mentorship Training based on the evaluation

Political Training

On the 2nd-4th of April, 2019, KAS, Kenya held a mentorship training in Mombasa, with 17 young politicians. It was a follow up on previous mentorship programs, where mentors and mentees have been taken through the process of understanding their rights, the importance of political participation, as well as getting engaged in political actions on the ground. Overall, more than 850 mentees have benefitted from the program so far, countrywide. The program further trains and strengthens the mentees in organizing and conducting their own mentorship programs as a trickle-down effect.


Use of early-warning systems: Gathering information, technical instruments, engaging government.

The CSOs trained earlier particularly the ToTs and other facilitators will be assisted by KAS to put the knowledge learnt into action by engaging in community level trainings, this time round, in light of the ongoing government budgetary process.


KAS Kenya Retreat with select political parties.

The forum will create opportunities for pre-selected political parties that are potentially partners of KAS Kenya to share their political parties beliefs vis-à-vis KAS Kenya’s work,their manifestos,activities and gaps therein.


Development of strategies to integrate data from early-warning-systems into mid-term political planning.

The activity seeks to expand the political space on the use of data from Early Warning Systems in planning within the area of food security in Baringo, and West Pokot.


Round-Table: Which framework does Kenya need for virtual markets?

The aim of the round table discussion is to stimulate discussions between entrepreneurs, politicians and IT-experts on the potential design of a framework for virtual markets in the country and this is the first of many discussions to take place.


Training on raw material-extraction in Turkana-Capacity building in project-planning for local CSOs.

The aim of the KAS intervention is, that civil society organisations (CSOs) and the youth would become active stakeholders in the definition of the project and its effects on their livelihoods.


Early-warning systems and resilience against drought: challenges and solutions

This activity will provide an interesting dimension towards promoting sustainable solutions to food insecurity by pitching the idea of accountable governance at the community level by community groups.


Strengthening the role of county representatives in the implementation of the National Anti-Drought Strategy (EDE)

Strengthen the concept of contingency plan and drought preparedness for the forthcoming dry spell Jan-March and assess the socio-economic and demographic status and to build context information on early warning through contingency planning process.


Strengthening the role of county representatives in the implementation of the National Anti-Drought Strategy (EDE)

Strengthen the concept of contingency plan and drought preparedness for the forthcoming dry spell Jan-March and assess the socio-economic and demographic status and to build context information on early warning through contingency planning process.

E-lection Bridge East Africa

Political Communication in Kenya – in cooperation with the KAS Media Programme Sub-Sahara Africa

The successful KAS Media Africa initiative "E-lection Bridge Africa" continues its activities in the region with a web tv workshop in Nairobi for representatives from different political parties and the media.

Kisumu Peace Festival 2011

From 4th – 6th August 2011

From 4th – 6th August 2011 Kisumu hosted its very first Peace Festival. The idea was to involve the whole city, to advertise peace in a big way, to organise an event which was going to be free for everybody.There had to be a way of how one could change the Kenyan people’s perception of Kisumu and break the vicious circle of “Unemployment – idleness – violence - investors leaving – more unemployment – etc.” Kisumu had to be portrayed nationwide as a peaceful city.

County workshop for non-state actors on good governance and monitoring the use of public funds

in 8 Counties of Kenya

Due to the passing of the new constitution and the restructuring of the administrative system to put in place the devolved government, the position of the Residents Associations (RAs) has been put in a somewhat unworkable situation as it were. Seeing this situation, KAS and Dialogue Africa Foundation (DAF) have partnered and come up with a forum that calls for the involvement of other state actors and civil society organisations (CSO’s) to chart a way forward, and start a discussion on matters of devolution and devolved funds.

The new Constitution: A challenge for political parties and leaders in Kenya – The German experience

Deutschlandseminar 15.-24.Mai 2011 in Karlsruhe and Berlin

Until a new constitution came onto effect in 2010, Kenya as a state was governed by a central government. Among many other positive provisions, the new constitution introduces a decentralised government system. Since Kenya has never had a decentralised government system there is an urgent need for responsibilities to be passed on to government structures on subordinate levels and the Kenyan citizens.Besides the continuous consultations with KAS the political parties and partners of KAS will therefore require comprehensive training on government structures of a devolved political system.

International Symposium on Devolved Government in Kenya 7th-9th of June 2011

Written by Intern Laura Mayer

On the 9th of May a three day Symposium on devolved government ended at the Kenya International Conference Centre in Nairobi. Issues discussed were the benefits and efficiency of a devolved government system, as well as the best possible ways of it’s implementation in Kenya.

"Government Procurement und Entrepreneurship"

Inklusion und demokratische Teilhabe marginalisierter Gruppen

Die Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung hat einen Workshop in Baringo organisiert, um über Konzepte sozialer Gerechtigkeit im Kontext der Sozialen Marktwirtschaft und vor dem Hintergrund der kenianischen Rechtstheorie wie –praxis zum Schutz sozial benachteiligter Gruppen zu informieren sowie über Möglichkeiten zu diskutieren, die – z.T. gesetzlich verankerten – Rechte der Zielgruppe auch implementieren und umsetzen zu können.

"Mehr Transparenz bei den Wahlen 2013"

KAS-Büroleiter Karsten Dümmel in Kenia zu den politischen Entwicklungen in den vergangenen Jahren

Kenia hat seit den Wahlen 2007 Fortschritte im judikativen Bereich erzielen können. „Es gab eine umfassende Justizreform und vor einigen Monaten wurde eine Polizeireform in Gang gesetzt“, sagte Dr. Karsten Dümmel, Leiter des Auslandsbüros in Kenia der Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung zur heutigen politischen Lage Kenias bei der Neuauflage des außenpolitischen Gesprächskreises der Akademie in Berlin.

Advocacy-Kampagnen zum Thema „Nahrungssicherheit“ im Rahmen der BMZ-Sonderinitiative „Eine Welt ohne Hunger“ – Workshop

Vom 6. bis zum 8. April 2016 veranstaltete die Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung Kenia in Zusammenarbeit mit dem ASAL Stakeholder Forum (ASF) einen Workshop, der nichtstaatliche Akteure West Pokots im Rahmen der BMZ-Sonderinitiative „Eine Welt ohne Hunger“ über Strategien im Bereich von Advocacy-Kampagnen im Feld der Ernährungssicherheit informierte. Die Teilnehmer des Workshops diskutierten unter anderem intensiv über Möglichkeiten und verschiedene Ansätze, die Rechte der Zielgruppe noch effizienter umsetzen und implementieren zu können.

Anliegen der Jugend in Kenia: Überparteilicher Strategieplan in Kiambu County

Nachwuchskräfte politischer Parteien treten den Herausforderungen ihrer Generation entgegen

Am 19. Mai 2016 veranstaltete die Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung in Zusammenarbeit mit dem „National Democratic Institute“ (NDI) und deren „Inter-Party Youth Forum“ (IPYF) einen Workshop zum Thema Beteiligung der Jugend an politischen Entscheidungsprozessen. Insgesamt 21 Jugendliche und Führungspersönlichkeiten verschiedener Parteien kamen für die Veranstaltung in Ruiru zusammen. Ziel des Workshops war es, Jugendliche zu befähigen und zu motivieren, sich verstärkt in politische Entscheidungsprozesse einzubringen und Verantwortung zu übernehmen, sowie Führungsfähigkeiten auszubauen.

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung e.V.

Bestandsaufnahme der Devolution in Kenia

24. bis 25. Oktober 2019 in Nairobi, Kenia