Welcome to EACSOF - Kenya Chapter
The East African Civil Society Organisations’ Forum (EACSOF) Kenya Chapter is a membership Non Governmental Organization that was formed in 2013 and registered in 2014. It is an autonomous umbrella body for civil society organisations operating in Kenya whose primary Mission is to provide a platform and catalyse a critical mass of organised civil society to engage in need-driven, people-centred East Africa integration and cooperation process effectively and proactively for equitable and sustainable development. EACSOF envisions a future for people built on self-determination with citizens in control of the social, economic and political capital. EACSOF is recognized as a representative body under the Consultative Dialogue Framework (CDF) adopted by the EAC Council of Ministers for Private Sector, Civil Society and Other Interest Groups during its 26th Meeting (EAC/CM26/DECISION 06). This Decision aimed to create an enabling environment for Private Sector and Civil Society participation in the integration process.
EACSOF Kenya is currently being hosted by Collaborative Centre for Gender and Development (CCGD) since April, 2015. The hosting arrangement is rotational among members and decisions on hosting are made by the National Working Group.
To provide a platform and catalyze a critical mass of organized civil society to engage in need driven, people-centered East Africa integration and cooperation process effectively and proactively for equitable and sustainable development.
An East Africa in which citizens are fully engaged and involved in all affairs affecting their lives.
To effectively participate and influence the economic, social and political processes of the East Africa Community to relieve poverty, promote human rights and advance gender equity in East Africa.
EACSOF Kenya has established
the national Youth and young women working group
to accelerate meaningful Youth and young women involvement
in the East African Integration.
EACSOF Kenya is Now a Proud Partner Under the Girls Advocacy Alliance (GAA) Program
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