Statement condemning the killing of Joanna Stutchbury, a brave defender of Kenya’s environmental heritage
The fight against the unlawful encroachment of Kenya’s primeval forests has recently claimed the life of Joanna Stutchbury and has put the lives of other activists at risk.
Global Compact Networks in Africa launch Climate Ambition Accelerator to help more companies set science-based emissions reduction targets
Nairobi, May 28 2021 — With 500 companies already committed to the Business Ambition for 1.5°C campaign, the Global Compact Networks in Africa have today launched the
Kenyan business leaders join Government, civil society and academia to advance gender equality in the post-Covid recovery
Nairobi, 16 March 2021 - Global Compact Network Kenya today has hosted the Champions of Change: Tackling Biases and Backlash against Gender Equality.
Global Compact Kenya, NSE ring the bell for gender equality
Nairobi, 11 March 2021 – The Global Compact Network Kenya in partnership with Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE), UN Women Kenya and International Finance Corporate (IFC) Africa today joined over 100 stock exchanges global
Global Compact Network Kenya recognizes Judith Sidi Odhiambo for championing the Sustainable Development Goals
Nairobi, December 14, 2020 — As part of the 2020 United Nations Global Compact SDG Pioneers campaign, Global Compact Network Kenya recognized the Kenya SDG Pioneer — a business leader who is championing the Sustainable Development
Business leaders convene to chart way for a sustainable Africa Making Global Goals Local Business – Africa Forum held
Nairobi, Thursday, 3 December 2020: More than 2,000 African business leaders from across 35 countries and the UN today convened to inform, inspire and catalyze collective approaches in this Decade of Action in Africa to realize th
Open Letter to the Cabinet Secretary for Education Prof. George Magoha, on Transparency & Accountability Concerns in the Procurement of Locally Assembled Desks for Schools
Open Letter to the Cabinet Secretary for Education Professor George Magoha, on Transparency and Accountability Concerns in the Procurement of Locally Assembled Desks for Schools