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  1. NGO Council together with the UNEP hosted NGOs sensitization forum
  2. The NGO Council together Nairobi City County conducted sensitization to residents on clean environment.
  3. The Council is participating together with other stakeholders in the redrafting of the children’s Act.
  4. National Peace building campaigns towards a peaceful 2018 and 2019 respectively.
  5. The NGO council joint other stakeholders under multi sectoral initiative against corruption in Kenya.
  6. The NGOs Council joint other stakeholders to enhance the fight against negative impacts of climate change.
  7. We worked with brook east Africa to convene national dialogue for NGOs leaders.
  8. The council organized 2019 NGOs of the year award and also planning to seek support of stakeholders to host 2020 NGOs /CSOs of the year award on sustainable development goals.
  9. Participated in the international women day 2020 held on March 2020.
  10. Sensitization of NGOs on the need to align their programmes and activities around the Big four (4) agenda, vision 2030 and agenda 2030 for sustainable Development (SDGs)
  11. Sensitization of NGOs and citizens on BBI process.
  12. Capacity building of Directors/executive committee Members.

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The National Council of NGOs
Nyayo House,
9th Floor, Room 16,
P.O Box 58786-00200,
Nairobi, Kenya.
Tel: +254 20 221 1761
E-mail: info@ngocouncilofkenya.org
ngoscouncilofkenya@gmail.com 
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About

The Non-Governmental Organizations Council of Kenya exist to preserve, strengthen and promote voluntary action and self regulation of NGOs sector in pursuit of a just, equitable and sustainable development in Kenya. We are established under The Non-governmental Organizations Co-ordination Act, (Laws of Kenya) with a mandate of self Regulation, Capacity building and policy intervention for the NGOs Sector. We celebrate our outstanding 30 years of charitable community service in Kenya.

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