Category Archives: JPIP Updates

New technology to automate court processes

Adapting new technology to automate court processes and deliver quality Judicial services efficiently and effectively. Audio recording of court hearings and proceedings and preparation of transcriptions is faster. #JudicialImprovementResults #JudicialTransformation #JPIPResults

The critical role of Court Users Committees

Court User Committees (CUCs) are critical forums to help address challenges to the efficient and effective delivery of services at the individual Court level.  Grants were availed to 127 CUCs to help unblock and address obstacles to service delivery.   #JudicialImprovementResults #JudicialTransformation #JPIPResults

Generation of Cause Lists

Case tracking and management systems automatically generates cause list, daily court returns and e-diary that are crucial to the effectiveness and efficiency of the Judiciary.   #JudicialImprovementResults #JudicialTransformation #JPIPResults

A standard manual filing

A standard manual filing system was developed in all Registries across the Judiciary. This laid the foundation for E filing and digital record keeping that is now being rolled out.     #JudicialImprovementResults #JudicialTransformation #JPIPResults

Cashless payment process

From 2012, the Judiciary identified technology as a key pillar in its transformation agenda. Cashless payment process was amongst the first to be embraced in adopting ICT for enhanced effectiveness, efficiency & transparency. The project has delivered 1500 computers & supported internet connectivity enabling e-filing, a digital case management and tracking system and court recording

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JPIP team visits courts to assess facility needs

The Judicial Performance Improvement Project (JPIP) has embarked on a documentation mission to establish  facility needs in various court stations, countrywide.   A team from the project visited Bomet, Kisumu, Webuye, Kitale, Eldoret, Kabarnet and Meru Law Courts  to find out the extent to which the refurbished containers will assist in creating efficiency and easing the

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Chuka Law Courts

Tharaka Nithi residents will no longer have to travel over 60km to have their High Court matters adjudicated on following the opening of Chuka Law Court Building. The new building houses two High Court Rooms, three Magistrates Court Rooms and an Environment and Lands Court room amongst other facilities. With improved facilities, there will be

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Engineer new court building unveiled

Chief Justice David Maraga was joined by Governor Francis Kimemia and other leaders to officially open a new court building at Engineer Law Courts in Nyandarua County. The court is part of Judiciary plan to enhance access to justice through expansion of physical infrastructure. The court is located in Nyandarua County and serves a population of

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