African Woman and Child Feature Service in partnership with Community Aid International, Bridge Africa, Uzima and Abantu are working towards empowering the Civil Society and citizenry in 15 marginalized districts in 5 provinces to form local movements to effectively participate in a national citizens-driven reform and drive for good governance.
This is a move inspired by the state of Kenya polity today in regard to the various reform processes underway. Reforms that are driven by the people and for the people are key, for this to be achieved, there is need to create awareness in the public, particularly among those not within the mainstream arena of setting and understanding the public agenda.
It is against this background that AWC will partner with the above mentioned organizations to ensure that the voices and views of women and youth in marginalized areas are heard and are informed on the various reform processes which are significant to the quality of their lives.
The partners are working under the name JADILI: A name that embodies a comprehensive and all inclusive citizenry driven reform process.