Governance, Economic Justice and Livelihoods
The diverse programs in IRCK provide best avenues through which our vision and mission are realized.
The governance, Economic Justice and Livelihood program seeks to contribute towards improved governance, economic justice and livelihood at national and county levels of governments.OutcomesTo contribute to improved governance, economic justice and livelihood at national and county governments. Enhanced understanding of community members and religious leaders on issues of good governance. Citizenry role in budgeting, planning and monitoring of service provision at county and national levels operationalized. Religious leaders actively involved in governance structures at both National and Counties levels Religious and community members capacity to influence, track and review policies enhanced. Public support for equitable distribution of resources in Kenya increased. Religious leaders support for debt cancellation and removal of unfavorable policies gained.StrategiesBuild capacity of religious leaders and communities on governance, economic justice and livelihood; Advocate for good governance, economic justice and better livelihood; Mainstream research, monitoring, documentation and learning for governance, economic justice and livelihoods; Network and build alliances with communities and development partners