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In many African countries, the youth are seen as a disinterested party in governance processes. Although this view is correct, it is not in the interest of the youth to stand at bay and lament about the challenges they face. Rather, the nonchalant is borne out of massive lip service accorded to youth and unmet promises and pledges made by public officials and politicians, especially during elections. In our stories section, we feature testimonies of young people who ave made an efforts and took initiatives to reverse the mindset. 

Open Governance Institute (OGI) requires a communication consultant interested in working on our Communication assignment for the NED project in Nandi County. …

According to the World Bank Research on PB in Kenya, different counties implement a varied models of participatory approaches including Participatory Budget (PB) …

According to the World Bank Research on PB in Kenya, different counties implement a varied models of participatory approaches including Participatory Budget (PB) …

As Kenya’s devolved system of government approaches the 10 years mark, the creation of opportunities for further self-governance in which governments and …

In response to a recent invitation for submissions to the subject, OGI Kenya submitted comments and input. The DoRB 2020 proposes to …

The Commission of Revenue Allocation (CRA) has finalized and submitted the proposed third (3rd) generation formula to Senate for consideration. As required …

Chelagat, is a farmer and a mother of four children, a boy and three girls. Her farming is the main economic activity …

"We are pleased with the decision by the young people of Nandi and especially the over 120 budget champions who are analyzing the budget, asking latent questions in regards to allocations that matter to them and seeking the county Assembly’s intervention through the memorandum. We have offered them technical support and we will continue to do so in our quest for open governance and also ensure they achieve their aspirations."