UTAFITI SERA HOUSE ON SOCIAL PROTECTION STAKEHOLDER FORUM
APSP is grateful to the Partnership for African Social and Governance Research (PASGR )for the financial and technical support in the establishment of a community of practice in social protection. APSP’s aspiration is that that the 2018 agenda by Utafiti Sera house on social protection agenda will ignite more vibrancy in the house and create a new momentum and growth.
APSP on behalf of the Utafiti Sera House Members is very grateful to the government of Kenya, especially the parent ministry (MEACL&SP) for creating an enabling environment that makes public-private partnerships rewarding.
We are also grateful to the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation whose generous funding has made this work possible.