The Kenya chapter started meeting and organizing events in 2015, and was formalized as an IAF Chapter in early 2016. They have successfully hosted two of the recent Africa Facilitation Conferences - in Nairobi in October 2106 and Mombasa in October 2018. They have also held regular Facilitator Dialogue events, which have enabled many facilitators in Kenya to network, share and learn from each other.
Currently, there are about 15 members in Kenya, many based in Nairobi and others in the Coastal region near Mombasa, who are also part of Pwani Facilitators Network (PFN), who were the co-hosts of the 2018 Mombasa Conference and the East Africa Facilitators Exchange which took place in Mombasa in October 2022.
For further information please contact:
Doreen Mutune - Chapter Co-ordinator firstname.lastname@example.org
Julias Alego - Chapter Contact email@example.com
Irene Maweu - Chapter Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Kenya Chapter is currently holding regular online meetings every 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7pm EAT and hosts a Professional Development session known as "The Heart of Kenyan Facilitation" every 4th Wednesday of the month at 7pm EAT.
More details of all events can be found on the IAF Events Page and through our WhatsApp group.
We welcome all members to participate in these sessions.
Bring Your Own Topic - Open Space Technology
31 May, 2023
Giving, Sharing and Receiving Feedback
26 April, 2023
To create a feedback tool and a method(s) that can be added to the IAF Methods Library
Have a feedback framework for IAF with approval from IAF Leadership and can be used worldwide
Feedback process that adds value to those who give or receive it
Facilitating Using Images For Better Engagement
Facilitating Hybrid Meetings
Facilitation Week 2017
In 2017, the Facilitation Week was run from October 16th – 22nd where all members were encouraged to actively participate by organising local events and activities.
IAF Kenya marked the week through a number of activities in collaboration with Undugu Society of Kenya, who work with street children.