The Vihiga gubernatorial debate was spearheaded by Hatua Trust in partnership with National council of churches of Kenya, Kaimosi Friends University College, Hatua Trust, Kenya National Chamber of commerce and Industry Vihiga branch, Radio PAG Sauti ya Matumaini, Catholic Justice and Peace Commission, Anglican Development Services, Supreme Council of Kenya Muslims, Dacha Gardens, Roddy’s Hotel,...
Strategic collaborative interventions established to facilitate coordination of partnerships of civil society organizations engaged in the fight against corruption at county and national level. Transparency International (TI) Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC), The Media Council of Kenya
Use of visual arts activated to mobilize and engage the youth. Anti-corruption Sunday celebrated in 550 parishes in Western and Nyanza region. 1.7 M viewers reached with anti-corruption messages signiﬁcantly increasing citizen awareness through media and social media. 500 bishops and senior clergy mobilized to offer effective guidance to the nation in the period before...
Awareness raised for 550 anticorruption women champions in Siaya County. 250 women leaders sensitized on social accountability processes in Kisumu County.
Employment created by investing in pig farming and chicken rearing in Kakamega County reducing the National Youth unemployment rate which stands at 34.27% (Cytonn report 2020).
Youth advocacy groups have been formed in Kakamega County on the focus on anti-corruption campaigns, voter registration and election malpractices. 1500 youth have been reached in Busia County reached with anti-corruption messaging.
Hatua Trust invited to the Youth Technical Working Group in Kisumu County for synergy with youth focused organizations.
Over 620 youths in Kakamega, Vihiga, Kisumu and Busia Counties empowered on the need of ﬁghting corruption, its impact on their personal lives, and mitigation strategies.