Capacity building at the Kenyan Government Chemist
Lawton-Barrett, K. 2012. Capacity building at the Kenyan Government Chemist. Bonn, Germany GIZ.
A report commissioned by GIZ (Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit) and GEOS International into the potential for capacity building at the Government Chemist of Kenya. The specific aims of the research were to provide capacity building solutions which were workable within East Africa and Kenya in particular. The confidential report was focused on gender based violence and contained 18 recommendations ranging from new constructions of laboratory space, continuity and storage of evidence, engagement with universities and a new fiscal policy.
|Keywords||Rape; sexual violence; gender based violence; GBV; capacity building; Government Chemist; DNA; P3; Exhibit memo form; Kenya Police; training; exhibit storage; exhibit tracking; exhibit manager; police training; DNA database|
|Place of publication||Bonn, Germany|
|Publication process dates|
|Deposited||13 Feb 2015|
|Funder||Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit|
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The report is strictly confidential. Sanitised information may be available subject to the status of any person requesting it.
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