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Consultation with diverse communities to address burning issues on Land.
Working together with communities to strengthen their capacity in their quest to effectively claim their Economic,Social and Cultural rights.
Advocating for standardized housing for marginalized poor in informal settlements.
Expert advisory to communities in their struggles to have their rights observed and respected.
Creating platforms for communities to meaningfully participate in decision making processes.
In solidarity with eviction victims; Hakijamii working on policies to stop forced evictions.

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Hakijamii and Kakamega Local Urban Forum organizes a consultative meeting on the role of MCAs in promoting citizen participation in county budget development

Written by Hakijamii.

 

As part of its mandate to ensure citizens have equal opportunities to participate in the devolved governance, the Economic and Social Rights Centre- Hakijamii in collaboration with Kakamega Local Urban Forum (LUF) organized  a one day consultative meeting in Kakamega on the 26th June 2014 that brought together Government officials, community organized groups, people with disabilities, Community Parliament Speakers, representatives from County Assembly, CSOs, CBOs, opinion leaders and representatives from Homa Bay and Kisumu Counties.

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Hakijamii and SAPCONE hold Awareness Meeting on Community Land Bill at Lowarengak Sub location in Turkana County.

Written by Hakijamii.

 

The discovery of oil in Turkana has elicited interest from both external and internal actors with extraction and mega development projects (LAPPSET) being concessioned.  
Despite the ongoing advanced negotiation between the government and the oil companies (Tullow Oil Company) there seems to be limited or no access to relevant information pertaining to the project to the local communities including the local leaders.

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Social security forum to validate consultant’s paper on reviewing social security laws in line with the 2010 constitution.

Written by Hakijamii.

 

As part of expanding its economic and social rights work Economic and Social Rights Centre (Hakijamii) held a one day stakeholders meeting with representatives from CSOs and grassroots groups in Nairobi to discuss and validate a policy paper on the right to social security.The objective of the meeting was to create awareness on the right to social security as enshrined under the Constitution, international and regional instruments and also discuss budgetary allocation in realising this right.

UPCOMING EVENTS

 2014


ACTIVITY: REGIONAL CONFERENCE IN KENYA ON ATTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES WITH STAKEHOLDERS FROM KENYA, UGANDA AND TANZANIA.

THEME: MEETING WILL PROVIDE PLATFORM FOR POLICY DIALOGUE AND EXCHANGE OF VIEWS AROUND MAINSTREAMING OF ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RIGHTS IN ATTRACTIVE INDUSTRIES IN EASTERN AFRICA

DATE: 8TH & 9TH SEPTEMBER 2014

PLACE: NAIROBI COUNTY

VENUE: PANAFRIC HOTEL

WE THANK YOU ALL

Dear colleagues, friends and Family,

Hakijamii sincerely takes this opportunity to appreciate all of you for your warm support during this trying journey. Mr. Odindo Opiata was most precious to all of us. We therefore thank you all for honoring him with your very meaningful and touching tributes. We will be forever grateful for the loving memories we all shared of him and we will treasure them for a lifetime. We as Hakijamii family would like to express our deepest gratitude and appreciation for all the love, kindness and thoughtful gestures that we received during Mr. Opiata’s send off.

May God Bless You all and Keep you safe.

 

 

 

 

 

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