WHO WE ARE
We consolidate and coordinate community efforts in advocating for policies that promotes equitable access, control & sustainable use of Natural Resources in Kenya.
Our Aims and Objectives
- To foster a spirit of partnership and cooperation through information sharing, networking, and collaboration between Members, as well as with other civil society organisations involved in natural resource issues in Kenya;
- To influence Kenya Natural Resource Alliance [protective] policy development and implementation;
- To work towards to create an enabling environment by influencing legislative frameworks and national policy processes which guide natural resource management in Kenya; To promote public awareness with respect to community-centred sustainable management of natural resources in Kenya and beyond the country;
- To promote and facilitate the inclusion of community-centred sustainable management of natural resources in Kenya in policy discussions and decision-making at counties and national levels;
- To support applied research and monitoring of extractive operations involving affected communities, and subsequent sharing and dissemination of resulting information locally and internationally;
- To serve as a credible source of expertise on community-centred sustainable management of natural resources in Kenya in order to enhance the capacity of KeNRA members and provide a readily accessible repository of advocacy tools and information for KeNRA membership;
- To promote appropriate capacity development of its members;
- To collaborate with other stakeholders in achieving KeNRA aim and objectives;
- To maintain links and foster exchanges with related initiatives in Kenya and beyond;
Our Core Values
We believes in working together for:-
- Economic and social justice;
- Respect for human rights, democracy and International best practices;
- Gender equality;
- Peace and non-violence;
- Sustainable use of natural resources;
- Inclusivity in decision -making
- Respect for cultural diversity;
- Development with equity and
- Solidarity and transparency.
A Kenyan society that conserves, controls, benefits and enjoys equitable access to natural resources
To consolidate and/or coordinate community efforts in advocating for policies and legislation that promotes equitable access, control and sustainable use of Natural Resources in Kenya.
A Kenyan society that conserves, controls and enjoys equitable access to natural resources.
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