Mission and Vision





An informed, empowered and democratic Kenya.


To provide quality civic education and empower citizens to realise their constitutional aspirations.


Integrity: Uraia is committed to the highest standards of truthfulness and honesty in all its operations and interactions. Uraia believes that integrity is essential for its Board of Trustees, Staff, Partners and  other stakeholders, in order to ensure open and truthful partnerships. Uraia endeavours to contribute to Kenyans internalisation of the guiding principles of leadership and integrity as laid out in Article 73(2) of the Constitution of Kenya (CoK).

Professionalism: Uraia is committed to the highest level of diligence, skills and competency. Uraia will endeavour to ensure that its  Board of Trustees and Staff act with the highest level of professionalism at all times and levels in order to ensure that Kenyans are able to benefit from the work of the organisation.

Teamwork: Uraia strives to be continually cooperative in the interests of the organisation’s Vision and Mission. Uraia will at all times seek partnerships and opportunities that bring together stakeholders in a common vision of enabling Kenyans to realise their constitutional aspirations.

Equality: Uraia is committed to ensuring that individuals and groups have access to the necessary resources and support that ensure equal opportunities. Uraia is committed to contributing to equality and freedom from discrimination as enshrined in Article 27 of the CoK. In this respect, Uraia shall apply affirmative action in its operations and programmes in order to promote the interests and needs of marginalised and minority groups.

Equity: Uraia strives to ensure impartiality in all its decisions and interactions.

Non-partisan: Uraia shall be objective and independent in its work and will not be affiliated to any political party. Uraia will ensure that its resources will not be used for any partisan activities or contribute to partisan initiatives. Uraia recognises that every Kenyan is free to make political choices as espoused in Article 38 of the CoK and therefore to ensure that this right is realised by all, and will not be affiliated to any political party.