CRECO is committed to promoting democratic governance, constitutionalism & institutional excellence through the co-ordination and capacity building of CSOs.

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Nov12

CRECO MOBILE SURVEY SHARING 12th November 2014

Nov12

CRECO MOBILE SURVEY SHARING

Constitution and Reform Education Consortium (CRECO) is a coalition of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) working on Democracy, Governance, Legal and Human rights issues. Currently the coalition has over 20 CSOs working in different sectors but with a common aim of promoting constitutionalism and good governance in Kenya. CRECO commissioned a mobile survey in ten counties namely: Kwale, Bomet, Trans Nzoia, Muranga, Mombasa, Kisumu, Nairobi, Kitui, Bungoma and Lamu. The mobile phone survey was a follow-up to one carried out in the month of July 2014 in the 47 counties.

The mobile survey sought to get citizens views on whether their lives had changed for the better or worse since the 2013 General Elections; their views on the direction that the country was headed; on the call for a referendum; on how governors are managing affairs in their counties; and on the security situation in the country among others.

The report was shared in a breakfast meeting at the Silver Springs Hotel on 12th November 2014 from 7:30a.m. – 11:00a.m.

For more information contact CRECO Secretariat on mobile: 0722 209 779.

Nov04

CRECO- USIP Dialogue Project

CRECO received support from United States Institute for Peace (USIP) to run a project for 6 months in conjunction with National Democratic Institute (NDI) and the Inter Party Youth Forum (IPYF). The project’s objective was to gather information regarding the General Elections 2013 seeking to analyse why it was different from the previous elections held in Kenya.  The project was implemented inform of dialogue forums and aimed at gathering information from opinion leaders. (more…)

Nov04

CRECO USIP Dialogue Project Report Launch

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