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Kenya Transition Initiative


Titre : Kenya Transition Initiative

Pays  : Kenya

Date/Durée : January 2008 to January 2013

Kenya’s National Accord and Reconciliation Act of 2008 provided a framework for ending the cycle of political violence that erupted again after the 2007 elections and sought to address the causes of the crisis with a schedule of political and development reforms. Although USAID’s Office of Transition Iniaitives’ work in Kenya has touched on all the Agenda items, work through the Kenya Transition Initiative (KTI) aligned the most with the political and societal reforms outlined in Agenda Item 4, which involved addressing long-term issues.

National Accord Agenda Items : * Take immediate action to stop violence and restore fundamental rights and liberties * Take immediate measures to address the humanitarian crisis, and promote healing and reconciliation * Determine how to overcome the political crisis * Address long-term issues, including constitutional and institutional reforms, land reforms, poverty and inequalities, youth unemployment, national cohesion, and transparency and accountability

* Research grants to inform KTI and civil society * Technical guidance through USAID/Kenya, the US Embassy, and the Development Partners Group on Lands (DPGL) * Support to build the capacity of local communities to address local land issues

Donors : USAID
Data Provider : USAID

Project Value : 1,765,798.00 $

Présentation (Land portal)

Document : USAID

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