Review of status of Public Participation, and County Information Dissemination Frameworks: A Case Study of Isiolo Kisumu Makueni and Turkana Counties


Review of status of Public Participation, and County Information Dissemination Frameworks: A Case Study of Isiolo Kisumu Makueni and Turkana Counties    File Size: 471.7 kB Downloads: 6098
Post Date:
18 June 2015

Meaningful citizen participation in governance is a key ingredient for public reforms that were instituted by the Constitution of Kenya (CoK) 2010. Article 1 (1) of the Constitution vests all sovereign power to the people of Kenya. This power can be expressed through direct participation or indirectly through elected representatives. In addition, various pieces of legislations anchoring devolution highlight the principles of citizen participation. Together, these constitutional and legislative provisions avail various platforms for citizen participation in devolved governance. Citizen  participation is one of  the national values and is also one of  the principles of  public  service as articulated in the Constitution in Articles 10 (2,a) and Article 232 (1).


The Democratic Alternatives from the South: India, Brazil and South Africa

Institute of Economic Affairs

The Democratic Alternatives from the South: India, Brazil and South Africa    File Size: 471.7 kB Downloads: 3004
Post Date:
18 June 2015

Meaningful citizen participation in governance is a key ingredient for public reforms that were instituted by the Constitution of Kenya (CoK) 2010. Article 1 (1) of the Constitution vests all sovereign power to the people of Kenya. This power can be expressed through direct participation or indirectly through elected representatives. In addition, various pieces of legislations anchoring devolution highlight the principles of citizen participation. Together, these constitutional and legislative provisions avail various platforms for citizen participation in devolved governance.


Institutionalising Social Accountability in Devolved Governance

Institute of Economic Affairs

Institutionalising Social Accountability in Devolved Governance    File Size: 512.67 kB Downloads: 2546
Post Date:
18 June 2015

Kenya’s adoption of the devolved system of governance places citizens at the core of governance and with elevated hopes for improvement in the delivery of public services. Being cognizant that among the objects of Kenya’s devolution are: to give powers of self-governance to citizens and enhance their participation in the exercise of the powers of State and in making decisions affecting them;


Page 1 of 1 |

Search for a document















Recent Posts

Leasing of Medical Equipment Project in Kenya: Value for Money Assessment.

The Unintended Effect of Kenya’s Alcohol Regulation Policies .

Kenya's Public Debt.

Analysis of the Auditor General’s Reports on the Financial Statements of National Government.

A Political Economy Analysis of Devolution in Kenya.

Archives