As we get into the year 2015, CUTS Nairobi wishes to extend its appreciation for
the great opportunity to work with you during the year 2014. It has been a great
year for us as we endeavored to realise our mission of economic equity and social
justice within and across borders through constructive engagement with all the stakeholders
within various key sectors including Agriculture, Electricity, Health and Food under
our programmes. We now look forward to even more productive engagement during 2015.
We hereby share with you our major goals for 2015 together with our top moments
during the last year 2014.
MAJOR GOALS 2015
Strengthen capacity of sectoral business associations, small producers and farmers
groups – to help them better deal with Trade and Economic policy changes
Consolidating our Research and Advocacy work in key sectors of Health, Electricity,
Agriculture and Food to protect interest of Consumers and Producers
Enhancing our visibility through increased media presence (using both traditional
and contemporary media tools)
Extending our reach and improving partnerships with regional networks, RECs and
related organisations on Trade and Regional Integration issues
Deepening our work on climate change and food security across EAC region through
grassroots engagement at country levels
Engagement with Government on consumer protection agenda involving orientation of
the newly constituted Kenya Consumer Protection Advisory Committee courtesy of a
formal request by the Principal Secretary (PS), Ministry of East Africa affairs,
Commerce and Tourism.
Working with Local Community and Leadership to gather their perceptions on the impact
of Indian Investments with respect to implementation of India’s National Voluntary
Guidelines on Corporate Social Responsibility in Kenya, Uganda and Ethiopia.