In July 2011, the Kenyan government launched Africa's first national open data initiative -- the Kenya Open Data Initiative (KODI). KODI aims to make public government data accessible to all Kenyans, and to encourage data-driven decision making in government.
The Kenyan government believes that by making data public via KODI, government transparency and accountability will improve.
Join Amnesty International to launch the Dignity Campaign in southern Alberta!
See the premiere of the film "Poverty of Justice." This film was made with three communities who tell their own stories of the human rights abuses that keep them in poverty. The stories are from Kenya, Peru, and Little Buffalo, Alberta (Lubicon Lake Cree).
Enjoy free refreshments, and meet members of local anti-poverty organizations.
AFP - (May 1st, 2009) Women's activist groups in Kenya have called for a seven-day sex ban on the country's men in an attempt to shock the political class into overcoming bitter feuds and working together.
"This is a national boycott to show that the women of this country have resolved to push for reforms," Rukia Subow of Maendeleo ya Wanawake of the G10 umbrella of Kenyan women's organisations said late Wednesday.