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Citizen's Charter

Kenya is prone to several types of natural andhuman-induced disasters. Its commonestnatural disasters are drought and floods, whilethe most common human-induced disastersinclude fires, conflict

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ActionAid Kenya 2015 Annual Report

Foreword It is a great pleasure to share with you ActionAid Kenya’s programme achievements through this Annual Report. 2015 marked the first year of implementing the revised Country Strategic Plan

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AAIK 2013 Annual Report

The year 2013 was the second year of the implementationof our Country Strategy Paper ‘Making Our RightsCount’ 2012-2017. During the year, we operationalisedthree frameworks; Organisational Development

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#women2kilimanjaro Voices from rural women

This bulletin is produced as a joint effort between ActionAid Kenya, Activista, Daughters of Mumbi Resource Centre; GROOTS Kenya, Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC), Kenya Land Alliance (KLA), Kenya

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Accountability in Emergencies Resource Book

Accountability in Emergencies Resource Book: This  book is a collection of Learning and good practices from across the ActionAid federation on promoting accountability to disaster-affected communities

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December Newsletter 2016

Attaining equality between women and men and eliminating all forms of discrimination against women are fundamental human rights. Numerous international and regional instruments have drawn attention to

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AAK April 2015 newsletter

WWhat is the true impact of education in a girl’s life? Education is arguably one of the most solid ways of empowering girls and women to fight poverty. In this issue, we look at how ActionAid Kenya

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The Community Resource Persons (CRPs) Manual

The purpose of The Community Resource Persons (CRPs) Manual is to provide a reference point for CRP’s supporting AAIK’s work.It blends the positive experiences from Community Resource Persons (CRPs)

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AAK June newsletter

We all agree that education is a basic right to all children, however the Kenyan patriarchal culture and lack of safe spaces for girls affect their ability to access school and remain in school.The

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Newsletter: September 2017

Download our September 2017 newsletter to read.