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KIPPRA Set to Partner with Huduma Kenya Secretariat on Mutual Areas of Collaboration

KIPPRA Executive Director Dr Rose Ngugi called on Huduma Kenya CEO Mr. James Buyekane on 6th September 2022 to firm up proposals on possible areas of collaboration between the two institutions including publicizing KIPPRA Public Policy Repository through huduma platforms and technical support to Huduma Kenya Secretariat on research, formulation of policies, preparation of strategic plans, and master plans among other areas collaboration.

KIPPRA Executive Director Dr Rose Ngugi gives a gift to Huduma Kenya CEO Mr James Buyekane during the visit

The two CEOs welcomed proposals for collaboration and tasked technical teams from both institutions to come up with an implementation matrix for the agreed areas of collaboration. KIPPRA will leverage on Huduma platforms to provide information services on upcoming KIPPRA activities including capacity building programmes. The two institutions will also hold joint research on whole of government approach to customer satisfaction survey and carry out joint mentorship programme for universities.

KIPPRA and Huduma Kenya staff keenly follow the proceedings of the meeting

Speaking at the event KIPPRA Executive Director Dr Rose Ngugi noted that the institute is committed to making the collaborations work and thanked Huduma Kenya for agreeing to work with KIPPRA in the achievement of its mandate. Welcoming the request for collaboration Huduma Kenya CEO stated that the collaborations aligns with Huduma’s mandate of transforming public service delivery through the provision of efficient, effective, accessible and citizen-centric services on Huduma integrated-one-stop-shop platforms.

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