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  • Organisation

    Kenyan Paraplegic Organisation (KPO) was registered under the NGO Coordination Act on 18th of March 2004 as a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) with a vision of an inclusive society. Where persons with disabilities enjoy equal rights, lead dignified and sustainable lives and achieve their full potential. For this project, KPO has teamed up with the National Taxpayers Association (NTA) andthe  Kenya Female Advisory Organisation (KEFEADO).

    NTA is a national, independent non-partisan organisation which focuses on promoting good governance in Kenya. NTA has been implementing programmes focused on enhancing public accountability through monitoring the quality of public service delivery and the management of devolved funds.

    KEFEADO is a non-governmental organisation which undertakes its work in Nyanza region. It exists to promote gender equity, equal opportunities and human rights for all. It aims to reduce ignorance of human rights, change individual and collective behaviour and laws and policies.

    The three organisations are utilising an intersectional and intergenerational approach to ensure that synergies built with their constituencies throughout the years are pooled together to ensure that principles of a cross-movement building are built on. The experience shall be drawn from the three institutions work on advocacy on disability and inclusion with public expenditure tracking and intersectional and intergenerational feminist movement building at all levels.

    This alliance was formed with the purpose of the proposed project. However, KPO has in the past worked with NTA while KEFEADO works closely with NTA in Kisumu County and is a member of the NTA national governing council.

    • Organisation

      Kenyan Paraplegic Organisation (KPO) was registered under the NGO Coordination Act on 18th of March 2004 as a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) with a vision of an inclusive society. Where persons with disabilities enjoy equal rights, lead dignified and sustainable lives and achieve their full potential. For this project, KPO has teamed up with the National Taxpayers Association (NTA) andthe  Kenya Female Advisory Organisation (KEFEADO).

      NTA is a national, independent non-partisan organisation which focuses on promoting good governance in Kenya. NTA has been implementing programmes focused on enhancing public accountability through monitoring the quality of public service delivery and the management of devolved funds.

      KEFEADO is a non-governmental organisation which undertakes its work in Nyanza region. It exists to promote gender equity, equal opportunities and human rights for all. It aims to reduce ignorance of human rights, change individual and collective behaviour and laws and policies.

      The three organisations are utilising an intersectional and intergenerational approach to ensure that synergies built with their constituencies throughout the years are pooled together to ensure that principles of a cross-movement building are built on. The experience shall be drawn from the three institutions work on advocacy on disability and inclusion with public expenditure tracking and intersectional and intergenerational feminist movement building at all levels.

      This alliance was formed with the purpose of the proposed project. However, KPO has in the past worked with NTA while KEFEADO works closely with NTA in Kisumu County and is a member of the NTA national governing council.

    • Project

      The Chambua – Enhancing Inclusive Taxation Project is working to ensure that the rightsholders groups are accessing productive resources, open and inclusive spaces for political participation. The project focuses on the implementation of Access to Government Procurement Opportunities (AGPO) in Nairobi and Kisumu Counties, the participation of the rightsholders groups in budget-making process and oversees the management of the National Government Affirmative Action Fund.  A fund that targets these groups and which is constituted through the national budget processes.

      The objective of the project is to enhance the participation and voice of 300 PWDs and 500 women in the budget-making process in Nairobi and Kisumu Counties by June 2022.

  • Project

    The Chambua – Enhancing Inclusive Taxation Project is working to ensure that the rightsholders groups are accessing productive resources, open and inclusive spaces for political participation. The project focuses on the implementation of Access to Government Procurement Opportunities (AGPO) in Nairobi and Kisumu Counties, the participation of the rightsholders groups in budget-making process and oversees the management of the National Government Affirmative Action Fund.  A fund that targets these groups and which is constituted through the national budget processes.

    The objective of the project is to enhance the participation and voice of 300 PWDs and 500 women in the budget-making process in Nairobi and Kisumu Counties by June 2022.

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