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Don’t let the UK summit be another missed opportunity to fight corruption

Transparency International lays out plan for genuine global cooperation to make the UK Anti-Corruption Summit a success

Berlin, 9 May 2016 – Transparency International today warned that without real global cooperation and a deep sense of urgency on the need to fight corruption, the UK Anti-Corruption Summit will be just another talk shop with little impact.

Nairobi, Sunday, 24th April 2016

On the eve of World Malaria Day 2016 tomorrow, The Society for International Development, the Kenya Legal Ethical Issues Network on HIV and AIDS (KELIN) and Transparency International have discovered incredible abnormalities in Kenya’s public health procurement system.

Nairobi, Kenya – 22nd February 2016: The launch today of Transparency International’s Global Corruption Report: Sport highlights that Africa is vulnerable to serious reputational risks across all sports and is already compromised by corruption.


The Global Corruption Report: Sport provides a global overview of corruption across sport and outlines recommendations from leading experts in the field on what needs to be done. It comes at a time when some of the world’s most popular sports, including football and athletics, are mired in corruption scandals.

Kenya’s continued poor performance in the CPI shows need to go beyond anti-corruption rhetoric. Nairobi, Kenya – 27th January 2016:

Kenya has maintained a poor score in the global Corruption Perception Index (CPI) 2015 released today by the Transparency International movement. Kenya scored 25 on a scale of zero to 100 (with zero perceived to be highly corrupt, and 100 very clean), the same score recorded in 2014. Kenya is ranked at position 139 out of 168 countries and territories included in the 21st edition of the CPI. Kenya’s score is below the global average of 43 and Sub Saharan Africa’s mean of 33. Kenya had a score of 27 in 2013 and 2012, demonstrating that efforts to tackle corruption have borne little results. The CPI measures the perceived levels of public sector corruption in countries and territories worldwide and is based on expert opinion.

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