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Kenya promulgated a new constitution 2010 with devolved units that necessitate the development of new links between governance, space and power in order to account for greater public input in development programmes and governance. The country is currently experiencing various forms of conflicts occasioned by implementing the new constitution among other factors as competition for resources, politics, and ethnicity and to some extent religious and constitutional factors. Dynamics relating to resources have become for instance, contest for ownership and control between national and county governments, ownership of resources along borders or those that are shared across borders, intra-county ethnic and or clan-based ownership and control contests. There are emerging superiority contests on the political scene among holders of various positions. The new laws that are emerging such as the Public Participation law and County Finance Act are also occasioning new conflicts between county governments and their people. The KCCB-CJPC would seek to contribute towards community harmony by helping address the old and the above emerging challenges as devolution is being implemented. It is with this in mind that KCCB-CJPC, in partnership with Catholic Agency for Overseas Development (CAFOD), set out to conduct a baseline survey on county governance and conflict mapping to inform its intervention towards ensuring materialisation of the objects of devolution. Please get the full report here…

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