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Publications

  1.  The development paradigm is increasingly informed by a narrative that favours trade rather than aid. Whereas social protection in agriculture has remained a viable option to mainstream hunger...
  2. 2017 presents another opportunity for women in Kenya to increase their numbers and political leadership role in the country. In order to appreciate what is in store for women in Kenya in the upcoming...
  3. A new narrative in the agriculture sector in Kenya and in Africa is desirable. The nexus between public funding for agriculture and securing land rights for women has perpetually been a grey area....
  4. Education transforms societies. It challenges inequality and discrimination. ActionAid believes a good quality, publicly-funded inclusive education should be available to all children. ActionAid is...
  5. Women hold the keys to economic, social and cultural liberation in our world today, hence their representation in structured systems is not to ignored .Empowered women have constantly demonstrated...
  6.  In this March 2016 issue of our newsletter, you will encounter some compelling stories of struggle for change. Take for example the    determination by the people of Marafa to secure...
  7. Welcome to our February issue of our newsletter. In this issue, we are featuring some stories on the impact of our work with women, communities and people living in poverty and exclusion.
  8. In this January 2016 Newsletter we begin by sharing success stories on our work at the Local Rights Programs (LRP’s).  We feature the impact of various initiatives and projects across...
  9. This is the December Newsletter themed around ''Relections 2015''.It includes various best practices from different fronts. Have a good read!
  10. Score Card: Is the State Borrowing To Deliver Basic Services?In a rush to become an upper middle income economy, the Kenyan government has developed a high appetite for resources to finance massive...
  11. Dear Colleagues, The theme of this issue is women and land and the role of “activista” in revitalizing women collectives.In the first week of October 2015, the news which dominated Kenya’s media...
  12. The midterm review of the Country Strategy Paper ‘Making Our Rights Count’ 2012- 2017 afforded us the opportunity to reflect on what is working well and needs scaling-up and what is not. Their view...
  13. Kenya’s (AAK) programme achievements through this Annual Report 2014. This report will help youlearn how AAK is facilitating processes, working with women living in poverty and exclusion and other...
  14. Findings of a baseline survey conducted in Nairobi and Mombasa on women’s safety, mobility, justice and services status.  The baseline is part of our implementation of a 36 month project funded...
  15. ActionAid’s key strategy is to work with women living in poverty and exclusion to fulfil their rights. To achieve this mandate, ActionAid Kenya works with women networks across the country unifying...
  16. The struggle to fight injustices that cause poverty and exclusion underpins Action Aid’s work in Kenya. Even with our consistent and sustained efforts to work with and for people living in poverty...
  17. You will never know the riches that lie hidden in the soil until you quench its thirst with some water.Our agriculture projects in Isiolo and Mwingi counties have seen women living in poverty and...
  18. This book was developed by a group of five ActionAid countries, who came together to take leadership for the wider ActionAid federation on accountability in emergencies. These countries are ActionAid...
  19. 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...
  20. It is every person’s right to live in a safe environment free from discrimination, slavery and all forms of bodily harm. Every Government owes its citizens provision of security to ensure that there...