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Background

ABOUT
CHAPTER FOUR

  • CHAPTER FOUR PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS LIMITED was registered in Kenya on 20th July 2015 under the Companies Act (Cap 486) [No. CPR/2015/199361]. The name was inspired by the Constitution of Kenya 2010 [Bill of Rights]. The Directors are Kimani Sankara Nguyai and Njeri Kabeberi. Njeri Kabeberi, a co-director at Chapter Four participated heavily in influencing the new Kenya constitution, and campaigned persistently for the Bill of Rights, having been influenced by her human rights work in Kenya, Africa and Internationally. Ms Kabeberi sees the close correlation between the Bill of Rights covered under Chapter Four of the Kenya constitution with the Sustainable Development Goals 2030 , which she also participated in their development at the national and international level. The Kenya Bill of rights has borrowed heavily from the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other world constitutions.
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Team member
NJERI KABEBERI

DIRECTOR

Njeri Kabeberi an international award-winning individual is currently influencing the environmental movement in Africa as the Executive Director of Greenpeace Africa. Previously Njeri held various positions where she contributed extensively to the development of the human rights discourse in Kenya and the Africa continent. Ms. Kabeberi has significantly participated in the expansion of the democratic space and ideals, has fought for political freedom & political participation and is an ardent supporter of Good Governance. Her work has significantly contributed to gender equality and social justice in Africa and internationally. Njeri is an active member of several local and international boards.

Team member
KIMANI SANKARA NGUYAI

DIRECTOR

KIMANI SANKARA NGUYAI has a BSc in Business Management Studies, a Post Graduate Diploma in Corporate Environmental Management. Kimani is a business entrepreneur currently in the real estate industry; before this he worked in corporate marketing at Standard Media Group, one of the top media houses in Kenya. Prior to that he was a researcher in the Ecological Department at the Heinrich Boell Stiftung (Nairobi); Where he was recognised for his contribution in one of the HBS resource Memorandum: Resource Politics for A Fair Future. Kimani is a hardworking, hands on, practical, grounded and forward thinking individual.