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UK High Commissioner Jane Marriot and Midrift Hurinet Director Joseph Omondi talking about the state of peace in Kenya.

UK High Commissioner Jane Marriot and Midrift Hurinet Director Joseph Omondi were interviewed by NTV on the state of peace in the country and the impact of COVID 19. MidRift Hurinet Executive Director stated that the country is not peaceful but calm and therefore the country should strive to be a peaceful society because peace is a catalyst for growth and development.

Launch of the Danish Emergency Relief Fund (DERF) project to help cope with the #Covid19 pandemic

Midrift Hurinet Launched the Derf project to enable vulnerable people who have lost access to income and basic services in the informal settlements of Nakuru County to better cope with social, economic, and health effects of the Covid19 pandemic.

Makundi ya uhalifu yaliyokita mizizi Nakuru yahangaisha wakazi

“The timing is right for the county to put more focus on its security. Nakuru CAP on preventing and countering extremism is key in bringing all sectors together in coming up with community-based interventions to address polarization,radicalisation and extremism in nakuru county”
There has been a significant spike in sexual and gender-based violence cases occasioned by COVID 19 pandemic. In this regard, MIDRIFT HURINET through support from their partner DIGNITY have embarked on a COVID 19 response support to train the community health volunteers to raise awareness on COVID-19 and also to map out survivors who might require MHPSS – Mental Health and Psychosocial Support.

MIDRIFT HURINET distributes Protective Equipments to police stations to combat COVID19

In a bid to address the spread of Covid-19 MIDRIFT HURINET, DIGNITY and DANIDA has embarked on equipping the police officers with required PPE (personal protective equipment ), a Water tanks and liquid soap. To enable them to carry out their duties without being at risk of getting infected by the coronavirus.

THE LAUNCH OF NAKURU COUNTY VIOLENCE PREVENTION POLICY

The Nakuru County Violence Prevention Policy gives direction on how violence will be managed in Nakuru County through inter-sectoral dialogue and collaborations; promotion of trust between the citizens and the police; improvements in data collection, analysis and sharing among stakeholders as well as the response mechanisms. The policy is aligned with the Constitution of Kenya 2010.

MIDRIFT HURINET FORUM ON INFORMATION ACCESS AND MENTAL HEALTH PROCEEDING

Access to information act

The Commonwealth Foundation has partnered with members of the civil society in Nakuru to step up campaign to create more awareness on the Access to Information Act. 

Senate proceeding on mental health Bill

Mental health bill Senate proceedings on Wednesday 29th, May 2019 – The purpose of this Act is to provide a framework to promote the mental health and well being of all persons, including reducing the incidences of mental illness and prevention of mental illness, access to mental health care, treatment and rehabilitation services of persons with mental illness

MIDRIFT HURINET LAUNCH URBAN VIOLENCE PREVENTION POLICY

MIDRIFT HURINET in partnership with DIGNITY rolled our Urban Violence Prevention Pilot Program in Nakuru Municipality starting July 2015. The pilot project sought to create the basic conditions for collective action, Rebuilding community trust between police and citizens and Focusing on building better relationships between state institutions, especially the police, and the communities they serve

MIDRIFT HURINET in partnership with DIGNITY rolled our Urban Violence Prevention Pilot Program in Nakuru Municipality starting July 2015. The pilot project sought to create the basic conditions for collective action, Rebuilding community trust between police and citizens and Focusing on building better relationships between state institutions, especially the police, and the communities they serve

MIDRIFT HURINET SUPPORTING HUMAN RIGHTS ADVOCACY

French Government Injects Ksh 2.5 Million In Aid

This video was taken at two Rivers Hotel in Nakuru during the reception meeting and at the Community Centre Building built by French Embassy commission by Ambassador of Francis ETIENNE DE PONCINS

Lawyers and human rights activists march in Nakuru protesting the killing of their colleague

Lawyers and human rights activists on July 4, 2016 marched in Nakuru protesting the killing of lawyer Willie Kimani, his client Josephat Mwendwa and their driver Joseph Muiruri a week ago.