KAPLET workshop participants paste up their comics amongst torn election posters in Kayole.
KAPLET (Kamukunji Paralegal Trust) had a 3-day workshop in their new premises in Kayole. The comics were distributed in their new neighbourhood and created a lot of debate in the street.
Dan Owalla, who led the workshop, said: - The community response was very positive and the day we were out in the community served as an additional awareness reminder for KAPLET to continue using comics.
- Comics as a communication medium works remarkably well in remote areas, the experience we had of a workshop in Garissa in the far North of Kenya, proved that for us, said Erick Otieno (KAPLET Secretary General).
Maryam Ali Famah made the above comic about KAPLET intervening in an inheritance case.
Michael Oduor (left) one of the facilitators at the workshop busy distributing the wallposter comics.
Youth Alive! Kenya staff, Jackie Mathenge (left) and Joan Kariuki looking at the comics in YAK's office.
Post by Leif Packalen