[kictanet] Invitation to Participate in ' Talk to IEBC'
benson_muite at emailplus.org
Thu Jul 14 08:33:48 EAT 2022
a) A keep it simple approach would be nice. Kenyan elections are some of
the most expensive, using funds that could go to development purposes.
b) It would be great if information is available in accessible formats,
some effort is required to convert pdf tables to csv files that can be
more easily analyzed using computer programs.
c) Information available in Kiswahili, in particular on the IEBC website.
d) For voter education, summaries of the requirements and
responsibilities associated to each elected position.
On 7/13/22 21:02, Barrack Otieno via KICTANet wrote:
> Earlier today, KICTANet held a consultative meeting with IEBC
> Commissioners led by Chairman Wafula Chebukati and the Secretariat
> represented by CEO Marjan Hussein and ICT Manager Mr. Michael Ouma. This
> follows KICTANets participation in the IEBC National Elections
> Conference yesterday. The need for greater engagement between KICTANets
> Stakeholders and IEBC featured prominently in the deliberations.
> As part of the engagement process , KICTANet will be hosting a ''Talk to
> IEBC'' discussion which will culminate in a Webinar that will address
> Technology concerns in Kenya's electoral process.
> We would like to invite listers to contribute to the online discussion
> that will serve as a precursor to webinar.
> To contribute we would like to hear from you the following:
> 1. What issues do you have in so far as Tech and elections is concern in
> 2. What recommendations do you have in so far as the use of Tech and
> elections is concerned in Kenya?
> The discussion will take place on Thursday 14th July 2022 and Friday
> 15th July 2022
> Thank you
> Best Regards
> *Barrack Otieno
> *Kenya ICT Action Network (KICTAnet)*
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