A Baseline survey on Voter Registration Design in Kenya

IED conducted a Baseline Survey on Voter Registration Design in Kenya from 25th October 2009 to 15th November 2009. The survey was conducted in 20 sampled constituencies namely; Turkana South, Marakwet West, Ainamoi, Kuresoi, Lari, Rongo, North Mugirango, Kisumu Town East, Lugari, Mt Elgon, Kasarani, Kangema, Central Imenti, Wajir West, Lagdera, Mutito, Kibwezi, Voi, Ganze, and Kajiado. The purpose of the survey was to inform and support a new voter registration system and reform to other critical aspects of the electoral process in Kenya. The study aimed at providing baseline data and information to support the Interim Independent Electoral Commission (IIEC) in its electoral reform efforts and preparation of a new voters’ register for the Constitutional Referendum and future elections. In other words, the survey intended to inform and support the on-going electoral reforms in Kenya. The survey report was launched on Thursday, 18th February 2010 at Sarova Stanley Hotel, Nairobi Kenya). Read the final report here