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CSO Statement at ICASA 2017 – Addressed to African governments and donors

 Download the CSO Statement below:  Read the CSO Statement Below Addressed to African governments and donors: We community activists...

Are the vulnerable in Kenya realising their rights to healthcare?

By Timothy Wafula Article 43(1)a of the Constitution of Kenya guarantees the right to the highest attainable standard of health, which...

In the name of ujamaa, let the 13 human rights activists return to their families

By Allan Maleche In November 2015, I was roaming around Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe, in search of a hotel room when I received a text...

The Health Act 2017

KELIN contributes to women’s land rights discourse in Arusha

Between 27th August and 2nd September, KELIN’s Women Land & Property Rights Programme Manager, Onyango Ondeng, Programme officer,...

KELIN and CSOs to engage on the rights based approach to reproductive health

“A human rights-based approach is a conceptual framework for the process of human development that is normatively based on international...

Join us in Rebuilding Women’s Houses & Lives in Kenya

Just a few years ago, Antonine was destitute, living under a tree on the small parcel of land in southwest Kenya, not far from the shores...

Engaging with the Constitution of Kenya

By Freshiah Wairimu Ever heard someone explain a concept so well that you had to share it? At the recently concluded training for CSOs on...

Breaking the Silence on Forced Sterilization of women living with HIV           

By Tabitha Griffith Saoyo –  NAIROBI, KENYA Children are the hallmark of many marriages. Across the African continent, they are a...

Towards Improving Maternal Care: An Analysis of Nakuru County’s Maternal Newborn Child Health Bill

By Kevin Mwangi and Saoyo Tabitha Griffith Kenya has made steady progress in improving reproductive, maternal and child health outcomes in...