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CCGD works through multisector partnerships between international, regional and national government agencies as well as civil society and private sector interests to promote institutional accountability to gender responsive governance and equitable development that secures all rights and enables empowerment of in particular women and girls.

CALL FOR REVIVAL OF THE KENYA GENDER BUDGET NETWORK (KGBN)


CALL FOR REVIVAL OF THE KENYA GENDER BUDGET NETWORK (KGBN)
Collaborative Centre for Gender and Development (CCGD) with support from Ford Foundation is in the process of mobilizing stakeholders to revive the Kenya Gender Budgeting Network (KGBN) and make it vibrant to facilitate: development of GRB knowledge, skills & expertise; continuous stock-taking & definition of its goals as well as ensuring actualization of continuous learning opportunities for members of the network. KGBN will also revive networking with regional and international GRB networks.
This is a call to former and new institutions and individuals interested in advancing the objectives of GRB in Kenya and beyond to express their interest by writing an email to: Nicholas Muthama n.muthama@ccgdcentre.org copy to ccgdinfo@gmail.org   We shall acknowledge all emails received.

What it is Kenya Gender Budget Network ?

The Kenya Gender Budget Network is an open membership of stakeholders engaged in gender focused advocacy work to inform programing and budgeting. It provides for coordinated advocacy to promote GRB practice in Kenya. KGBN also advances networking with regional and international GRB networks for increased awareness and sensitization on GRB. The network was first established in the year 2005/2006 by a number of stakeholders who were engaged in GRB advocacy at that time but has not been active until recently when an attempt has been made to revive and reactivate it.

The Collaborative Centre for Gender and Development

ABOUT CCGD

The Collaborative Centre for Gender and Development (CCGD) was established in 1996 by a small group of academics, researchers and development experts to build capacity in gender responsive planning, advocacy and programming, CCGD has grown into a dependable policy research and advocacy resource organization with program presence at county, national and regional levels. CCGD conducts gender responsive research to gather evidence for its advocacy against inequality and discrimination. CCGD seeks to promote gender responsive capacity building and institutional development of all sectors in planning, budgeting, programming, implementation, monitoring and evaluation. CCGD works through multisector partnerships between international, regional and national government agencies as well as civil society and private sector interests to promote institutional accountability to gender responsive governance and equitable development that secures rights and enables empowerment of in particular women and girls.
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A society that guarantees equality, social justice and respect for human rights of women, men, girls and boys.
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