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Grace Maingi, Uraia Executive Director, addresses participants during launch of Handbook on the Access to Information (ATI) Act. 

Chrispine Oduor, a facilitator from Institute of Economic Affairs, during a Social Accountability training workshop.

Grace Maingi, Uraia’s Executive Director, giving opening remarks during the Training of Trainers (ToT) for the automated Uraia M&E system.

Participants of a women’s Kongamano (meeting) organised by Sauti Ya Wanawake Pwani in Kwale County.

The speaker of Kwale County Assembly, Sammy Ruwa, with Uraia Gender Programme Manager, Mabel Isolio.

A group discussion during a two-day Budget Review and Outlook Paper (BROP) Forum.

Rural Women Peace Link convened a Social Vetting Forum in Kesses, Uasin Gishu County in July 2017.

Uraia Executive Director Grace Maingi receives a certificate from the Kenya Institute of Management (KIM) Executive Director/CEO, Muriithi Ndegwa, during a public forum.

Rural Women Peace Link, an Uraia Implementing Partner, held an interface forum at Kaptumo Dispensary in Cheptiret/Kipchamo Ward.

Bibi Fondo'(left) Ag. County Secretary Kilifi County with Mabel Isolio (right),  Uraia Trust Gender Programme Manager, during a courtesy call at her office.

Catherine Wolf of the UN Women Global Mission with Uraia’s senior management at Uraia offices in Nairobi. 

George Morara, Vice-Chairperson of KNCHR, during a two-day regional workshop on closing space for civil society and media in Nairobi.

 Uraia civic educators with UNDP representatives during a meeting in Kajiado Town.

Hon.Jackie Ongoro (right), a Member of County Assembly (MCA) for Kanyasa Ward, Migori County, with Uraia’s Gender Programme Manager Mabel Isolio.

Julius Mulase, a civic educator working with Community Empowerment Development Centre (CEDC), makes a presentation during the county-based Implementors forum.

Uraia Trust Civic Education Manager, Abubakar Said, with H.E Anna Jardfelt, Swedish Ambassador to Kenya, during the Democracy and Human Rights Festival, held in Nairobi.

More than 20 participants attended a one-day training on anti-corruption, bribery and fraud in Nairobi.

Uraia Trust &  CEDGG  team presenting IEC materials to Governor Stanley Kiptis & Civic Education Director Baringo County at a courtesy call.

Validation of Baseline survey findings workshop held in Nairobi.

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