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

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Mar26

MEDIA TRAINING IN TURKANA COUNTY

Kenya Correspondents Association (KCA)  concluded a two -day workshop for journalists based in Turkana County aimed at strengthening their capacity to generate quality and issue-based media content on Devolved Governments in Kenya……………………

Mar24

JUKUMU LETU IN MAKUENI

CRECO in with HIVOs carried out activities on Jukumu Letu in Makueni County from 16th – 21st March 2015. These were in the form of trainings of artists, thespians, deejays and puppeteers to help communicate the responsibility of the citizen on the constitution in a soft language that they can understand. (more…)

Mar16

JUKUMU LETU iMOP COMMUNITY GROUPS TRAINING

Mar06

CRECO SUBMISSIONS TO PBO TASK FORCE

The government had planned to introduce a motion in parliament to limit the funding allocation to Non-Governmental Organisations by foreign countries. The bill proposed control of NGO’s allocation to a maximum of 15 percent of their budgets. But due to pressure, The Government retreated in its strategy and formed a PBO Task (more…)

Mar02

CRECO WAVE 2 – MOBILE SURVEY FINDINGS

The Constitution & Reform Education Consortium conducted the second wave of Mobile Phone Survey in 10 counties. Thematic areas:- Wellbeing of houses, Role of CSOs, National Dialogue, National government performance, Satisfaction with performances of Governors/County government & Security. Download the report here:CRECO Mobile survey JANUARY 2015_Final

Response in some of the counties were as follows:-
NAIROBI/EVANS KIDERO
33%- Yes
53%-No
9%-Will not vote
5%- Undecided (more…)

Feb25

About Jukumu Letu Project

Jukumu Letu initiative is a campaign that seeks to build the capacity of both the demand and supply sides of the (more…)

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