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In November 2017, Watershed – Empowering Citizens programme in Kenya in partnership with End Water Poverty (EWP) carried out a study that looked into the nature of existing accountability mechanisms at the national level aiming at strengthening citizens engagement spaces.

This briefing paper aims to shed more light on the existing engagement mechanisms and inspire increased active participation by CSOs in holding government accountable to SGD 6 targets and commitments.

TitleNational accountability mechanisms for SDG 6 in Kenya
Publication TypeBriefing Note
Year of Publication2018
AuthorsMwanzia, P.
Pagination4 pages
Date Published06/2018
PublisherIRC/Watershed and Simavi
Place PublishedThe Hague, The Netherlands
Abstract

In November 2017, Watershed – Empowering Citizens programme in Kenya in partnership with End Water Poverty (EWP) carried out a study that looked into the nature of existing accountability mechanisms at the national level aiming at strengthening citizens engagement spaces.

This briefing paper aims to shed more light on the existing engagement mechanisms and inspire increased active participation by CSOs in holding government accountable to SGD 6 targets and commitments.

Citation Key84529

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