Since 2012 the Commonwealth Foundation has focused on building a culture of people’s participation. Commonwealth Foundation has been doing this by developing the capacity of civil society to play its part in making policy more relevant and making institutions more responsive. This document provides a glimpse of the work Commonwealth Foundation has supported and the impact that it has had. Part of this is highlighting KELIN’s work in influencing Policy on HIV and AIDS in Kenya.
he insights included in this publication bring our ambitions to life. They show how bringing civic voice into contact with policy makers can improve policy for all. They show how cultural expression can improve our understanding of other people’s experience. They show how institutions that are accountable are better suited to meeting people’s expectations.