Louis Rezac (Kenya)


Louis Rezac

Louis Rezac (Hakijamii - the Economics and Social Rights Centre): Louis received a B.S. in Geology from the University of South Dakota. After graduating, he worked for the Peace Corps as an agricultural extension agent in Mali, Africa. In Mali, Louis worked with a women’s association on small business projects, and secured a grant for a men’s association to sell locally-grown garden seeds. After returning from the Peace Corps, Louis worked for a geological testing company, Geotesting Express.



19 Aug

Thanks for Your Support/WordPress for Human Rights

My time in Kenya is coming to an end.  It feels like it just started,

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Posted Aug 19, 2010

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12 Aug

Working to Stop Evictions in Kibarani Settlement, Mombasa, Kenya

Kibarani People’s Settlement (slum, informal settlement) is located in Mombasa along the railway to Uganda. 

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Posted Aug 12, 2010

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02 Aug

Promoting The Right To Housing And Basic Services For The Urban Poor

Hakijamii was awarded SIDA (Swedish International Development Agency) funding for a three year project to

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Posted Aug 02, 2010

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28 Jul

Odindo Opiata

Odindo Opiata started Hakijamii in 2004 as a continuation of his work as a human

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Posted Jul 28, 2010

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27 Jul

The People’s Budget

Since 2007, Nairobi People’s Settlement Network (NPSN), in collaboration with other community groups,* has been

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Posted Jul 27, 2010

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15 Jul

Water and Sanitation is Basic Human Right

WASH United is a global campaign that uses the sport of football (soccer) to promote

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Posted Jul 15, 2010

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06 Jul

Kenya’s Free Primary Education

In 2003, the Kenyan government introduced Free Primary Education (FPE) for all. Since its inception,

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Posted Jul 06, 2010

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23 Jun

The Ladder That Runs Down

Ngazi Ya Chini (The Ladder That Runs Down) is an organization that represents and fights

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Posted Jun 23, 2010

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14 Jun

Two Worlds, One Nairobi

My first week in Nairobi was a blur of traffic, exhaust, and crowded streets.  My

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Posted Jun 14, 2010

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