Tech for governance programmes in Kenya: what is left of the conducive tech environment, and where to next?
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Making All Voices Count has been a grant-making programme supporting tech for accountable governance initiatives, which in this report are defined as “projects, programmes and campaigns which use information and communications technologies (ICTs) in initiatives intended to increase transparency and improve government accountability to citizens” (Brock, Shutt and Ashlin 2016: 4). Making All Voices Count also supported research about what works in accountable governance, and why. This report presents a country-specific synthesis of the trends, ideas, research and learning from the interventions supported by grants from Making All Voices Count in Kenya. It highlights the commonalities and diversity, and successes and challenges of the programme’s grantees.
CitationPieterse, P. (2017) Tech for governance programmes in Kenya: what is left of the conducive tech environment, and where to next?, Making All Voices Count Programme Learning Report, Brighton: IDS
Is part of seriesMaking All Voices Count Programme Learning Report;
- Making All Voices Count