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Workshop on the Proposed Constitution

in Cooperation with CJPC

Participants will be taken through the document to enable them to pass on the received information to the members and communities in their dioceses.


Workshop on the Proposed Constitution

in Cooperation with Dialogue Africa Foundation

Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung together with Dialogue Africa Foundation conducted a workshop on the Proposed Constitution. Among the Participants were representative of Residents Associations, teachers other members of the Community.


Workshop on the Proposed Constitution

in Cooperation with CJPC

Participants will be taken through the document to enable them to pass on the received information to the members and communities in their dioceses.


Workshop on the Proposed Constitution

in Cooperation with CJPC

Participants will be taken through the document to enable them to pass on the received information to the members and communities in their dioceses.

Expert conference

Annual General Meeting of Kibwezi Residents Association

The locational committees of Kibwezi Residents Association will meet to discuss their progress and plan for the activities of 2010.


Workshop on Requirements of Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

Invited to this workshop are officials of the Partner Residents Association of KAS. They will be taken through subjects such as writing minutes, prepare an activity plan, report writing and accounting.


Journalism for Conflict Prevention and Peace Building

Induction workshop for The Link writers on peace building and conflict prevention

From January 2010 The Link will be reporting intensively about the KAS Project "Strengthening non-state actors' capacities to prevent and resolve conflicts in areas affected by post election violence in Kenya"supported by the EU.


Capacity Building for DP Councillors

Topics to be covered during the training are: Resource moblization, the Constitution Review Process, the Political Parties Act, the Local Authorities Transfer Fund (LATF) and Good Governance in the local authority procurement process.


5 workshops on the Harmonized Draft Constitution of Kenya

for people working in partner organizations of Konrad Adenauer Foundation

This Program is designed to be conducted through seminal discussions/ workshops in five identified areas. Constitutional exeperts and other resource persons will lead the discussions.


Meeting of the Resident Associations in Nakuru

On Friday 15th of May 2009 the Konrad Adenauer Foundation held a working session with representatives of partner Resident Associations (RAs) in Nakuru.

Civil Society Engagement for Better Approach Towards Political Decision Makers "Power Mapping"

Food Security- Samburu County

KAS Kenya office held a two day training in Samburu County that brought together members from the media and CSOs that deal in livelihoods, peace promotion and disaster management. The main objective was to strengthen their capacity in developing better approaches (power mapping and analysis) towards political decision makers.

Development of Political and Lobby Documents for Food Security and Early Warning Systems

Food Security - West Pokot County

KAS Kenya office held a one day county level and a subsequent two days sub-county level training in West Pokot on how to undertake successful lobbying on areas of food security and disaster risk reduction.

Mentorship Training on Political Action Planning

Youth and Politics

KAS Kenya office held a two days training early February in Naivasha with KAS mentors, Mr. Roland Theis - Secretary General and Vice Minister of Justice and Mr. Gordon Hoffmann - Secretary General of the CDU Party Brandenburg on Political action planning. The two days training focused on two key areas namely: enhancing the participants’ knowledge and skill on county legislative, policy and budget making cycles so as to have in-depth awareness of the processes and where to intervene and political action planning and how they can effectively to push for actions in their constituencies.

Young Politicians Training on Entrepreneurship

On the 26th and 27th September 2019, KAS Kenya held a training on entrepreneurship for the young politicians. The aim of the training was to equip the young politicians with knowledge and skills on how to identify and profitably implement business ideas as alternative solutions to raise finances for their political careers. The training also purposed to improve their entrepreneurship competencies which would enhance their skill set in problem solving, team building among other skills for a successful political career and financial management. This intervention was necessary for the young politicians since they are expected to be future policy makers as well as create opportunities for the young people in their communities. Creative solutions such as business ideas are vital especially in this day and age in Kenya where unemployment is high

KAS & KICTANet Multi-Stakeholder Dialogue on Digital Cooperation

On the 3rd and 4th October, KAS Kenya in partnership with KICTANet held a workshop on 'multi-stakeholder dialogue on digital cooperation'. To get a glimpse of what transpired do watch the videos with the different views of some of the stakeholders at the workshop. KAS Country director gives his views on How the digital space aids in the democratization process in Kenya.

KAS Kenya Mentorship Sessions

Starting early this year KAS Kenya has been carrying out mentorship sessions in different counties with the aid of KAS partners and mentors. The mentorship sessions targeted young leaders between the age of 18 years to 35 years to enhance their participation in governance issues and service delivery. The sessions purposed on nurturing these young people whose interest is in politics, from a grass root level to the national level.

How Does International Development Assistance Influence the chances of Young People

To understand the effects of international development cooperation on young people’s opportunities, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, Kenya and the Inter Region Economic Network (IREN Kenya) on Monday 26, August 2019 convened a two-day workshop in Nairobi, Kenya. The key focus of the conference was to explore the debate on development assistance taking stock of the last 60 years, as well as discuss experiences of the youth and whether the chances they have obtained in development assistance have helped them in decision-making processes in their countries, New approaches in Development Assistance and Education, Different Approaches to Development Assistance (experiences from China, India, Gulf States) and Development assistance in Kenya today.

Enhancing capacities of women in leadership

In July and August 2019, KAS held training workshops for nominated women MCAs in Kajiado, Mombasa and Kisumu respectively. The training covered selected women MCAs from the following counties; Nairobi, Kiambu, Kajiado, Machakos, Murang’a, Makueni Laikipia, Mombasa, Kilifi, Kwale, Tana-River, Lamu and Taita-Taveta, Kisumu, Vihiga, Homabay, Siaya, Elgeyo Marakwet and Baringo. KAS has been engaging with partners to push for participation of women in leadership and decision making processes. There still continues to be a need for the women in leadership positions with a special target group of nominated women members of county assemblies to be empowered more in order to overcome the challenges they are often faced with and clearly get to understand their roles. This is from the realization that women are still left behind in matters leadership of the Country compared to their male counterparts.

Strengthening the capacities of religious groups on use of media

Starting 24th – 25th July, 2019, KAS conducted a capacity enhancement activity in Nyali, Mombasa, for various religious groups and faith based organizations on the different media platforms that exist and could be used to strengthen inter-religious dialogue. The event purposed to raise awareness on the 21st century powerful social media communication tool and how it can be used to counter religious intolerance and improve the fight against violent extremism at the Coast. The Coast region of Kenya has in past and present times been riddled with lots of cases on violent extremism, sometimes stemming from religious intolerance. There is therefore a continued need to harmonize the different religious groups, to promote peace, harmony and tranquility in the region through reduced extremism.


Rethinking Democracy

International Conference on Elections and Representation

This event report is only available in german.