#234 — Is Kenyan Decentralization Working? — June 24, 2013

It is difficult for Americans to understand the significance of decentralization in a country such as Kenya. Since the beginning, the US system has been decentralized. There are 50 states plus the District of Columbia, counties, cities, townships, school districts, and even cross-boundary government entities such as metropolitan transit authorities. We are taught about this in civic education classes in READ MORE

#249 –AVP Introduction in the Kakuma Refugee Camp, Kenya — Oct 10, 2013

Program: Alternative to Violence Training Venue: Kakuma Friends Church Refugee Camp Dates: August 4, 2013- August 20, 2013 Facilitators: Peter Serete, Eunice Okwemba and Bernard Onjala Kakuma is a small town located in the desert in northwestern Kenya. Historically it is believed to be where anthropologists hypothesize the human race began. The Kenyan government picked the area for use as READ MORE