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The Registrar of Political Parties, Ann Nderitu was among the lead trainers in a programme geared towards empowering women to participate in elective politics. The two-day Training for Trainers forum organised Echo Network Africa (TfT) was held on 8th and 9th October in Nairobi .The training themed, “Women’s Pathway to Successful Campaign”, drew participants from across the country including women with special needs and those from the marginalised and the minorities.

It encompassed holistic approach covering specific themes on electoral processes; technology in elections; leadership and integrity; electoral violence; electoral conflict management. Cross-cutting areas including environment and climate change; sustainability; conflict management; stress management; group supervision and management and personal security were also covered. The trainees were also equipped with adult learning techniques such as; use of teaching aids; self-management and etiquette; personal image; communication skills; evaluation among other pedagogies.

The Registrar lauded such as programme noting that will go a long way towards building capacity for women to navigate through demands of elective position in politics in our country “We will continue supporting such important initiatives which is in tandem with ORPP’s role of complementing efforts towards enabling Special Interest Groups to participate and compete in political contests”, said Ann Nderitu. She applauded the organizers of the training noting, “a well structured training approach with enriching content and well laid roll out measures is encouraging as it yields the impact desired”.

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Registrar of Political Parties Ms. Ann Nderitu (Left) presents to one of the participants a certificate of completion after the training

The Registrar of Political Parties, Ann Nderitu was among the lead trainers in a programme geared towards empowering women to participate in elective politics. The two-day Training for Trainers forum organised Echo Network Africa (TfT) was held on 8th and 9th October in Nairobi .The training themed, “Women’s Pathway to Successful Campaign”, drew participants from across the country including women with special needs and those from the marginalised and the minorities.

It encompassed holistic approach covering specific themes on electoral processes; technology in elections; leadership and integrity; electoral violence; electoral conflict management. Cross-cutting areas including environment and climate change; sustainability; conflict management; stress management; group supervision and management and personal security were also covered. The trainees were also equipped with adult learning techniques such as; use of teaching aids; self-management and etiquette; personal image; communication skills; evaluation among other pedagogies.

The Registrar lauded such as programme noting that will go a long way towards building capacity for women to navigate through demands of elective position in politics in our country “We will continue supporting such important initiatives which is in tandem with ORPP’s role of complementing efforts towards enabling Special Interest Groups to participate and compete in political contests”, said Ann Nderitu. She applauded the organizers of the training noting, “a well structured training approach with enriching content and well laid roll out measures is encouraging as it yields the impact desired”.

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