This project seeks to capacity build Communities of Practice around civic space, donor dependency, asymmetrical power relations and upwards accountability. The Institute of Public Finance Kenya seeks to achieve the following the following in Kwale, Nairobi, Kakamega and Kisumu counties:
- Increased knowledge on public participation of marginalized groups, CSAs, and private sector in identification of development priorities in the counties to amplify their voices.
- Enhanced collaboration between county governments, civil society organizations and the public to promote transparency accountability and dialogue on status of service delivery.
- Enhanced capacity of civil society organizations to conduct social audits and promote accountability in service delivery.
- Increased advocacy initiatives (citizen forums, petitions, and community dialogue sessions, county engagement) to promote community led development.