This is a report of the proceedings of the commemorations of the first decade since NGEC was established. The celebrations were titled: Our Ten-Year Journey, Promoting Gender Equality and Freedom from Discrimination for Special Interest Groups. The peak of the commemorations happened on 30th August 2021 at the Kenya School of Government.
National Monitoring and Evaluation Framework towards prevention and response to Gender Based Violence
Taking Stock is a compendium by twenty-one Constitutional Commissions and Independent Offices (CC&IOs) Celebrating a Decade of Promoting Constitutionalism and Observance of Democratic Values and Principles.
This report is a collation of thoughts and discussions of State and non -State actors on the rising cases of child pregnancies in Kenya with a focus on times of the COVID-19 pandemic
The framework is a hybrid intended to monitor performance and compliance assessment framework. This is mainly attributed to the substantive nature of NGEC’s work to monitor compliance of the State of its legal obligations as contained in a number of ratified International and Regional Instruments for which attention to the current best practice was adhered to. It is important to note that the development of this framework coincided with the ending of Millennium Development Goals and coming in of the new global goals- Sustainable
Development Goals (SDG’s) with its 17 goals, 169 targets, that offers new global benchmarks for fostering the development agenda.
This report provides a summary of the key observations made, good practices, gaps and emerging issues during Phase 1 of the enhanced national voter registration exercise conducted between October 29, to November 2, 2021. The report also provides recommendations to various agencies for consideration when designing and managing future voter registration exercises.
This report provides an overview and mapping of laws, policies and institutional frameworks related to Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) in Kenya.It is designed to assess the status of implementation of SGBV related laws and policies and underlying government structures.
Kenya is a party to the Africa Union Maputo Protocol (African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa). Countries that have ratified the protocol are required to send periodic reports every second year to the African Commission on Human and People’s Rights. This Scorecard has been developed to aid Kenya and the other East African States in providing accurate and objective reports on Maputo Protocol. The scorecard provides the reporting country with a framework for collecting data and objectively measuring its performance on specific articles and provisions of the protocol.
The monitoring activities covered most components of the 2013 elections i.e; voter education, campaigns, polling and post-polling activities. The exercise was conducted between 23 February and 9 March with scaled-down observations to 30 March 2013. The activity covered 213 constituencies and 560 wards. During the elections polling, observations were limited to 291 polling stations.
This report presents findings of an audit conducted between December 2014 and March 2015 on the implementation of the Presidential directive on free maternal health care program to establish the application of the principles of equality and inclusion in the program. The audit was conducted across selected public health facilities 4 counties namely, Laikipia, Nyeri, Kilifi and Busia.