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Who We Are

The Center for Partnership and Civic Engagement (CEPACET) is a not for profit organization registered as a Trust in January 29, 2008 in Kenya dedicated to improving and advancing every vulnerable Kenyan’s life through programs and projects that target community development.

What We Do

We strive to improve the quality of life for all Kenyans in ways that involve the communities and have a lasting and resounding impact through the following thematic programs: Advocacy on conflict transformation, peace building and democratic governance through Engaging Arts, Human Rights and Social Justice I. Humanitarian Aid, Seeking Social Justice for the poor and marginalized groups, Grassroots mama economic and social empowerment, and Feel Good Projects.

Where We Work

CEPACET is headquartered in Nairobi but works on projects in many different regions across Kenya. We hope to become an organization with an international support base. Wherever you are, we welcome you and invite you to join in CEPACET’s work towards strengthening Kenyan communities. Stronger, more united communities are the beginnings of an empowered people that work together for equality, social justice, and a brighter future.

While working in rural communities and specific areas, CEPACET curves a national image. The target areas include but are not limited to the following counties; Lamu, Garissa, Wajir, Mandera, Kiambu, West Pokot, Nandi, Kericho, Homa-Bay, Kisii, Nyamira & Nairobi

Sustainability, Ownership and M&E

All target programs and projects implemented by CEPACET will be community owned and a high level of participatory approach will be employed involving all the stake holders. Depending on the magnitude of the issues to be addressed in various communities, CEPACET will design mechanisms on how to hand over to the community at such a time that all stake holders reach the decision to do so.

If the expected results are achieved, the program will be replicated in other areas may be with modifications depending on the prevailing circumstances.

Internal and external monitoring and evaluation (M&E) will be carried out quarterly to ascertain the clear direction of the implementation process.