Rose Wanjiru, Executive Director - CEG
Mr. Eliezar Munga, Snr. Associate Director of the Ministry of East Africa Affairs, Commerce and Trade
Participatory forum members
Mr. John Kangondu of the Office of the Auditor General
Mr. Mogeni (Governance Adviser; World Vision)
Panelists L-R: John Chege of (KIPPRA), Rose Bowen of (KNBS) and Mr. John Kangondu of the Office of the Auditor General.
Participant at the Alternative financing options for the EAC
Participatory forum members
Hon. Abubakar Zein, of the East Africa Legislative Assembly
Centre for Economic Governance (CEG)

Centre for Economic Governance (CEG) is a civil society organization whose vision is a society where there is economic justice and equity for all.CEG seeks to influence change among policy makers, civil society and citizens at the national and local levels for the benefit of the poor and marginalized particularly with regard to equity in resources mobilization, allocations and spending in the provision of services and development.

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Our guiding partnership principles emphasize the importance of building just relationships with local partners and strengthening their skills in areas such as strategic planning, advocacy, organizational management, and project development and management.
Advocacy in all its forms seeks to ensure that people, particularly those who are most vulnerable in society, are able to have their voice heard on issues that are important to them to defend and safeguard their rights and have their view considered when decisions are made.
Program management is the process of managing several related projects, often with the intention of improving an organization's performance. In practice and in its aims it is often closely related to societal and governance planning.
CEG also undertakes analysis of economic governance in various counties and publishes research reports on economic governance policies in Kenya achieved through analysis of the international and national macro-economic frameworks and finance policies.