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Building Local Leadership Collaboratives to Reduce Urban Violence

Growing urbanization and social inequality increases the risk of violence and is preventing urban areas from reaching their full potential. So, what can be done to build trust and common ground between historically adversarial civil society and law enforcement sectors in the Global South? Read More …………  

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Mukutani Residents Want Peace after 11 Killed

For many years, residents of Mukutani in East Pokot, Baringo County have borne the brunt of inter-communal violence between the Pokots, Tugens and Ilchamus. This violence has bred criminal violence where innocent people have lost lives. A case in point is one that took place mid-March 2017 where 11 people

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Coporal Beth Kamau from Kaptembwo Police Station gender desk during sensitisation forum on violence prevention at Koinange Primary School.

Midrift, Police Sensitise Pupils on Violence Prevention

Corporal Beth Kamau, Gender officer, Kaptembwo police station and Corporal Nyakundi Nyatete Gender officer, Nakuru Central police station at Koinange Primary School conducting a sensitization forum on the Pupils Rights and Responsibilities in Violence Prevention. The Programme undertaken by MIDRIFT HURINET and supported by Danish Institute Against Torture (DIGNITY) aims

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Community Policing Helps Reduce Crimes in Nakuru

Mid-Rift Human Rights Network, programs director Mr Walter Mwania said community policing has helped in enhancing accountability raising police – public trust. Crime in Nakuru town has reduced drastically thanks to the community policing initiative. Nakuru OCPD Samuel Obara says enhanced working relationship between the police and the community has

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Donating Computers at Kaptembwa Police Station

Digital support for Police Stations in Nakuru

As a way of ensuring quality service delivery, we on Friday donated computers to Kaptembwa and Elementaita Police stations in Nakuru County. The donation was made possible through a partnership between Midrift Human Rights Network and Jamii Dhabiti project. The donations are in line with our current project on Community

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Gender officer from Kaptembwo police station leading discussions on 101 Q&A booklet on police at KNLS Nakuru Library

Midrift Human Rights Network Supporting Security Governance in Nakuru County

The concept of good governance is premised upon three cornerstones namely: legitimacy, accountability and transparency. Governance in the security sector in Kenya faced by a police “service” and society in which corruption, human rights violations and lack of transparency are normalized leading to a diminished capacity for security sector governance.

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Midrift Hurinet Peace Meeting

Midrift Hurinet Holds Peace, Security meeting in Nakuru East

Midrift Hurinet, an NGO based in Nakuru town on Wednesday held a one-day workshop in support of community initiatives to manage the outcomes of the elections recently concluded elections.   The forum that was held at Seventh Day Adventist Church in Kivumbini was held with a view of de-politicizing the

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Nakuru NGO to conduct intra-communal dialogue forums

A Nakuru NGO, Midrift Hurinet, will be holding several intra-communal dialogue forums in various parts of Nakuru, Baringo and Naivasha. Nakuru and Baringo counties remain conflict hotspots following the August 8th 2017 general elections and the 26th repeat presidential elections. In this regard, inter-communal tensions continue to be a threat

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Kaptembwo Police Station before Fencing Kaptembwo Police Station after fencing

Pushing for improved police Stations in Nakuru

Inadequate and dilapidated facilities at various police stations in Nakuru county will soon be a thing of the past following our intervention. Our organization, Midrift Human Rights Network is working closely with police and the National Government Constituency Development Fund (NG-CDF) to ensure improved infrastructure and policing. At the moment,

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