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Pictures

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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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.

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

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

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Validation of Baseline survey findings workshop held in Nairobi.

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