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Our programmes are anchored in the aspirations of Kenya’s constitution and designed to reflect the development agenda articulated in Vision 2030, which envisions “a democratic political system that is issue based , people-centred, result-oriented and accountable to the public. ” Our programmes also align with continental and international commitments set out in the African Union’s Agenda 2063 and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Current Programmes

Women's Voice and Leadership Programme (WVL)
Strengthening Public Accountability and Response in Kenya (SPARKe)
Democracy, Governance and Human Rights Programme (DGHRP)

Past Programmes

Safe and Inclusive Cities Programme
(2019-2021)
Rooting Democracy Phase II
(2016-2020)
Uchaguzi Bora
(2012-2013)​
National Response
Initiative
(2008-2009)
National Civic Education Programme Phase Two
(2005-2010)
National Civic Education Programme Phase One
(2000-2003)

Rooting Democracy Phase II
(2016-2020)

Rooting Democracy in Kenya through an Informed Citizenry – Phase II (RDP) is a five year Programme that is anchored on Uraia’s current Strategic Plan for 2016 – 2020

Uchaguzi Bora
(2012-2013)

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National Response Initiative (NRI)
(2008-2009)

Under the National Response Initiative (NRI), Uraia aimed at facilitating a national rapid response focusing on mediation, peace building and conflict resolution following the Post-Election Violence (PEV) of 2007-2008.

National Civic Education Programme Phase One (NCEP II)
(2005-2010)

In 2012-2013, Uraia implemented the Uchaguzi Bora Initiative (UBI) whose overall goal was to build a critical mass of citizens working for participatory, peaceful, free and fair general elections.

National Civic Education Programme Phase One (NCEP I)
(2000-2003)

Under the National Civic Education Programme Phase I (NCEP I) Uraia played both a facilitation and coordination role.