How can the private sector effectively partner with civil society to promote good governance in Kenya?
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The purpose of this study was to examine private sector-civil society partnerships. The literature section focuses on factors that make partnerships work. The study also examines two joint advocacy projects that KEPSA has implemented together with civil society in Kenya-the Mkenya Daima /My Kenya campaign, and the Community Empowerment to Access and Demand Justice project (CEADJ). In particular, the study looks at three aspects of KEPSA-civil society partnerships. The first aspect is the quality of the partnership in terms of existing capacity and interest alignment. Second is the success of the partnerships in implementing planned activities. The third aspect is the success of the joint projects in terms of impact. Also, the study suggests strategies that KEPSA could apply to build effective partnerships with the civil society.
DepartmentThe Sanford School of Public Policy
SubjectPrivate sector, civil society, partnerships, interest alignment, capacity development, good governance
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