The 10th Parliament has — since Kenyans ratified the new Constitution on August 4, 2010— made a number of strides to implement the supreme Law.
The new Constitution has created a two-chamber Parliament; the National Assembly (Lower House) and the Senate (Upper House). The National Assembly will have 290 members
Kenya’s new Constitution has radically changed the structure of government and enhanced the participation of Kenyans in the running of public affairs. The new laws
The Department of Children’s Services derives its mandate from the Children’s Act 2001. It is responsible for matters, such as foster care, adoption, custody, maintenance
It refers to policies and actions that enhance the capacity and opportunities for the poor and vulnerable, to improve and sustain their livelihoods and welfare.
National Council of Persons with Disabilities (NCPD) The National Council for Persons with Disabilities was set up in December 2004 following the enactment of The
Kenya is a signatory to the Livingstone Declarations of 2006. The conference committed governments under the African Union to improve the implementation of the social
National Gender and Equality Commission The National Gender and Equality Commission was formed in 2011 in accordance with the Constitution. The functions of the Commission
Addressing the issue of gender parity in all public spheres and the protection of children’s rights and that of vulnerable groups, is a paramount priority
This is a key intervention in the Government’s development strategy. Three notable ones are meant to foster social and economic equity in the population and