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Update 1 from Geneva – KNDR (Annan) Conference

I’m tired and sleepy, but the show must go on.

I arrived in Geneva for the Annan conference on Kenya this morning and haven’t had a chance to rest…too much going on.

I’ve been invited specifically because of my role as a blogger during the post election violence – which is huge – […]

Kenya one year on – have the wounds healed?

The Frontline Club is hosting this talk tomorrow March 3rd at 7:00 pm GMT. Taking part will be Michela Wrong, Professor John Lonsdale, Joseph Warungu, Martin Kimani and Lindsey Hilsum.

You can catch the livestream here.

Report on implementation of coalition govt

A report prepared by South Consulting on the implementation of the agreements from the Kenya National Dialogue and Reconciliation (KNDR) is now available on the KNDR website.

Private prosecution instituted against ECK Commissions

Private criminal proceedings have been instituted before the Chief Magistrate’s Court in Nairobi against the ECK Commissioners by a KPTJ member Julius Melli as the complainant on behalf of the Republic. Case is Private Prosecution No 7 of 2008 Republic through Julius Melli versus Samuel Mutua Kivuitu & 21 others before Nairobi Chief Magistrate Gilbert […]

Vote for Ushahidi – USAID/Netsquared Mobile Challenge

We need your support again. Last time you helped us get much needed start-up funding, now we need your help to get our next phase of growth going. About the voting process Voting is only open for a week beginning Monday, December 8 at 9:00am Pacific Time (U.S.) through Friday, December 12 at 5:00pm Pacific […]

Ushahidi Featured in Forbes Magazine!

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Nominate Peace Heroes

Peace Heroes is a great initiative to honor the unsung heroes during the post-election violence in Kenya (it’s also one of the groups running the alpha version of Ushahidi). The initiative is asking Kenyans to nominate “people who, during moments of crisis and violence, risked their own lives to save members of other communities,…reached out […]

Thank you to Ushahidi volunteers!

One of the best/most amazing things about Ushahidi has been the spirit of community that has surrounded it since its inception. We certainly wouldn’t be where we are today without the individuals who have stepped up to give generous amounts of their time and skill for no other reason other than the fact that they […]