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Civil Society Organizations in Kenya, on January 25, 2022, launched Angaza Movement at the Coast.

The movement seeks to foster electoral integrity and transform Kenya’s political leadership.

Kenya heads to the ballot on August 9, 2022.

Campaigns are on, and politicians, some with questionable integrity, are hunting for votes.
The movement is doing civic education as it catalyzes citizens to reclaim their space in the governance of public affairs.

These organizations make up the movement: Haki Yetu Organization, Kenya Human Rights Commission (KHRC), Defenders Coalition, and Muslims for Human Rights (MUHURI). Others are Journalists for Justice, International Commission of Jurists (ICJ-Kenya),  Article 19 Eastern Africa, and the Community Advocacy and Awareness (CRAWN) Trust. CSO-Network, Inuka Kenya Ni Sisi Ltd, InformAction, MIDRIFT HURINET, Katiba Institute, and Mazingira Institute are members of the movement.

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