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Jukumu Letu in Mombasa in pictures

Today, jukumu letu partners were continuing with their training. In the below pictures, some of the great work being done by KATUNI is clear as the trainees are bringing out the core issues of concern to Mombasa residents. Kenya Institute of Puppets Theatre (KIPT) also have their trainees working on puppets while the bosses are all smiles, perhaps happy with ...

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Entrepreneurs showcase their green energy projects

Eleven entrepreneurs showcased their clean energy innovations in a bid to pitch for partnerships and funding from various donors. The Kenyan companies were pitching to win the $50,000 pre-committed capital by Hivos. In an event organized by GrowthAfrica, the entrepreneurs from different parts of the country showcased their energy related projects. The companies were selected to join Growthafrica’s accelerator programme ...

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Nakuru residents urged to Guard the constitution

Nakuru residents have been urged to develop an interest towards the implementation of the constitution. During the launch of the Jukumu Letu initiative held on Saturday residents were urged to unite with the government in order to make that happens. “We have a role in defending the constitution,” urged Nyambura Gathumbi of HIVOS, one of the organizations that supports the ...

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Prof. Kibwana joins his constituents for the Jukumu Letu launch in Makueni County

Makueni County Artists performing the 3 songs they composed on governance at the Launch ceremony

Jukumu Letu, an initiative geared towards creating a proactive populace through awareness on the Constitution and issues centered on governance using artistic works was over the weekend launched in Makueni County. The event that took place at Unoa grounds and graced by Governor Kivutha Kibwana, was a culmination of a one week training of various artists on their role in ...

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Using art to engage on the Constitution

Art is becoming a pervasive and acceptable form of expression in Kenya, a reality that if well utilized, offers a great opportunity to learn and unlearn some otherwise hard concepts like the Constitution. Lack of understanding and readership of the Constitution has been blamed on its language, something those in the know are working to unpack through forms that also ...

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