The Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) has laid out a 2022 August general elections monitoring strategy with different components that will ensure people’s rights are protected as the election process is now on course.

These include capacity building of various key players, accurate messaging, and awareness creation of members of the public relevant during the electioneering period and provision of public education in terms of providing outreach services among others.

In order to advocate for the adherence of the rights for one to vote for the candidate of their choice and right to be voted for, the Commission has trained over 100 monitors who are currently out in the field to gather information.

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