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  • Putting justice at the heart of climate finance

    This paper outlines why money should flow to the local level by showcasing good examples of locally led climate solutions. It provides examples of several existing mechanisms that have been designed to increase participation, transparency and accountability as potential vehicles to channel much needed resources to these kinds of solutions.

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  • Financial Management and Sustainability Toolkit for Creatives in East Africa

    The R.O.O.M program developed this Financial Management and Sustainability Toolkit to support creatives in East Africa in planning for and delivering financially healthy enterprises.

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  • The Utility and Viability of Digital Technologies

    This research explores the utility and viability of digital technologies in the production and promotion of critical audio-visual content by creatives.

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  • Intellectual property: a toolkit for creatives in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania

    This toolkit is a result of several interventions that have been carried out between 2017 and 2022 by Resource Of Open Minds (R.O.O.M) project at Hivos.

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  • Boldly Queer: African perspectives on same-sex sexuality and gender diversity

    This publication is a rich collection of articles, essays, stories and photographs that highlight a growing understanding of LGBT rights struggles and realities on the African continent.

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  • Summary of Findings: Transparency gaps and milestones of funds allocated and utilised for COVID-19 response and recovery in Kenya

    Summary of Findings – In 2021, Hivos East Africa with support from the European Union commissioned a study to assess the transparency gaps and milestones of funds allocated and utilized for COVID-19 response and recovery in Kenya.

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  • Research: Transparency gaps and milestones of funds allocated and utilised for COVID-19 response and recovery in Kenya

    Research: In 2021, Hivos East Africa with support from the European Union commissioned a study to assess the transparency gaps and milestones of funds allocated and utilized for COVID-19 response and recovery in Kenya.

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  • Decent work for women – Kenya Case Study

    Together with partners, Hivos established the first anti-sexual harassment policy championing safe work spaces for workers in East Africa’s horticultural sector

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  • A rapid assessment on the prevalence of sexual harassment in Kenya’s informal sector

    Sexual harassment as a form of sexual abuse is rampant in Kenya. Research however indicates its prevalence differs from context to context, where its more exacerbated in informal economies as compared to other sectors.

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  • Perception survey on use of data in Kenya’s management of COVID-19

    The coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic is creating public health and economic risks that are causing serious harm to citizens and governments alike. To counter the spread of the virus, save lives and reduce the economic damage during and after the global health crisis, both individuals and governments are forced to take quick decisions and actions, often […]

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