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Haki Madini Kenya (HMK) is a community centered coalition that brings together communities in and around mining areas, civil society organisations, faith based organisations and individuals engaging in the mining industry with the primary aim of promoting responsible stewardship of mining resources.

Our goal is to enhance the capacity of HMK and communities affected by the mining sector to engage effectively in national and local decision-making processes on mining issues and building a broad-based platform for collective action.

Our mission is to effectively promote community participation, multi-stakeholder engagement and responsible stewardship in the mining sector in Kenya.

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caritas logoCaritas Kitui was started as the Development office and was established under community Education in 1974.In 1977 it evolved into a fully-fledged department The main focus of the office at the time was community education and looked at how to establish structures for social development and also undertook humanitarian assistance through her 2010 strategic planning process the Development Department saw the need to rebrand and changed her name to Caritas Kitui .Currently Caritas Kitui boasts of over 60 employees from the humble beginnings of two. Of the 60,90 % of them are persons from Kitui County and at least 70% of them are graduates an indication and a result of the work done by the first missionaries and dedicated persons such as Josephat Mulyungi,to improve education and professionalism in Kitui. Caritas Kitui works with sixteen partners and has eighteen projects in water, food security, livelihoods and disaster risk reduction, justice and peace, environmental management, promotion of renewable energy and alternative income generating projects for the needy. Visit website


cjpc logoThe Catholic Justice and Peace Commission(CJPC) was formed in 1988 as the executive arm of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops(KCCB) on matters of peace and justice.The CJPC works to fulfil one of KCCB objectives, that is,to promote justice and challenge oppressive structures in society.

CJPC's broad aim is to sensitise individuals,communities,and the whole nation on justice ,peace issues and their respective roles and duties in addressing peace development,human advancement and human rights. Visit website


diakonia logoDiakonia is a faith-based Swedish development organization. We support and work with around 400 local partner organizations in about 30 countries. Together with our partner organizations, we form a global network that works to ensure that more people are able to live dignified lives. Visit website


econews logoEconews Africa (ENA) is a not-for-profit organisation registered in Kenya under the NGO coordination Act of 1990. ENA’s vision is society in which communities are at the centre of decision-making on issues that affect them; control their local environment; and have choices and alternatives to enable them to act in their own, others and future generations’ best interests. Visit website


groots logoGROOTS is a national movement of grassroots women-led community-based groups (CBOs) and Self Help Groups (SHGs) in Kenya. GROOTS Kenya has invested in nearly 2,500 women-led groups across 14 counties out of the 47 where we have direct presence. Founded in 1995 after the fourth UN Conference on Women in Beijing, China, GROOTS Kenya began as a response to the lack of visibility of grassroots women in development processes and decision-making forums that affect them and their communities. Visit website


inuka logoNi Sisi! Is an ideology born of hundreds of honest conversations with hundreds of Kenyans across the country. Despite markedly different challenges to life from one town to another, a few things stand out. All Kenyans have some powerful things in common. Kenyans feel dis-empowered to engage their leaders in day to day civic matters. Kenyans do not trust the security apparatus. Kenyans feel left out of the economic fruits that the elite are always talking about. Visit website


kccb logoThe Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops, a permanent institution, is the assembly of the Catholic Bishops in Kenya united and exercising together their Pastoral offices over Christ’s faithful, as shepherds of the Catholic Church in Kenya which they together promote by forms and means of Apostolate suitable to the circumstances of place and time, in accordance with the Law, to promote the greater good which the Church offers to all Mankind (c. 447, CIC). The Authority of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops is vested in the Ordinary and Extraordinary Plenary Assembly. Currently there 26 Catholic Jurisdictions spread over 4 Metropolitan Provinces, that is, 4 Archdioceses, 20 Dioceses, 1 Apostolic Vicariate and 1 Military Ordinariat.Their mission statement being: Guided by the Word of God, the Magisterium, and the Social Teaching of the Catholic Church, and sensitive to specific and local needs: “KCCB is committed to exercising together certain Pastoral functions that build the family of God into responsive witnesses of Christ’s universal mission of service in charity to all humanity”. Visit website


khrc logoThe Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC) was founded in 1991 and registered in Kenya in 1994 as a national non-governmental organization (NGO). Throughout its existence, the core agenda of the Commission has been campaigning for the entrenchment of a human rights and democratic culture in Kenya. Its founders and staff are among the foremost leaders and activists in struggles for human rights and democratic reforms in Kenya. KHRC works at community level with human rights networks (HURINETS) across Kenya and links community, national and international human rights concerns. Visit website


ncck logoThe National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK) is a family of Christian communions and organisations in fellowship and witness. It was established in June 1913 during the United Missionary Conference held at Thogoto, near Nairobi. The delegates in the conference, representing the missionary institutions working in the country at the time, affirmed their wish to work towards a united church that would impact the lives of the people. Visit website

 


kla logoThe Kenya Land Alliance (KLA) formally a Trust and registered as a NGO in July 2013 was established to create an institutional mechanism to advocate for enabling land laws and policies in order to ensure secure and equitable access to land and natural resources in Kenya. Visit website

 


 

irck logoInter-Religious Council of Kenya (IRCK) is a coalition of all major faith communities in Kenya that works together to deepen interfaith dialogue and collaboration among members for a common endeavor to mobilize the unique moral and social resources of religious people and address shared concerns. Visit website

 


 

icj logoFounded in 1959, ICJ Kenya is the oldest human rights organization in Kenya. Its membership is drawn from the Bar as well as the Bench and currently constitutes of over 500 jurists as members. ICJ Kenya is dedicated to the legal protection of human rights in Kenya, and the African region in terms of the general mandate for national sections defined by Article 4 of the ICJ Statute. ICJ Kenya has observer status with the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ rights. ICJ Kenya is governed under a constitution through an elected Council of 7 members that serves for two-year fixed terms. Visit website

 


 

adslThe Anglican Development Services Kenya is the development arm of the Anglican Church of Kenya. ADS Kenya is the national coordination and facilitation office for all the development work of ACK, it is also the secretariat to nine ADS Regions that cover the 47 counties of Kenya, these regions are: Pwani, Eastern, Nairobi, All Saints and Kajiado (NAIKA), Mt. Kenya, Mt. Kenya East, Central Rift, North Rift, Western and Nyanza regions ADS Kenya is a learning and proactive organization and has transformed itself from being the ACK Provincial Development office in the 80's to ACK Directorate of Social Services in the 90's and was restructured through a rebranding process to become ADS Kenya in 2013. Visit website