East Africa Bribery Index (EABI)

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The East African Bribery Index Trends Analysis 2012 - 20142015TI-Kenya_The East African Bribery Trends Analysis_2010-2014The East Africa Bribery Index Trends analysis is a presentation of the patterns that have emerged from the EABI reports
produced between the year 2010 and 2015. It focused on five sectors; Police , Judiciary , Registry and licensing services
, Land services and Tax services.
The report clearly demonstrates that bribery remains a challenge in the East African region. Although there are some
improvements, such improvements are marginal, and may, to some extent be traced to a combination of factors that
include methodological adjustments.
The East African Bribery Index 20142014TI-Kenya_The East African Bribery Index 2014The East African Bribery Index 2014 was carried out in Burundi, Rwanda, Kenya and
Uganda by Transparency International chapters in the respective countries and Concern
for Development Initiatives in Africa (ForDIA) in Tanzania. A total of 10,597 respondents
were randomly sampled and recorded their bribery experiences while seeking services in
the preceding twelve months.
The East African Bribery Index20132013TI-Kenya_East Africa Bribery Index 2013The East Africa Bribery Index 2013 was carried out in the five East African countries of
Burundi, Rwanda, Kenya and Uganda by Transparency International Chapters in the
respective countries and Concern for Development Initiatives in Africa (ForDIA). A total of
10,491 randomly sampled respondents recorded their bribery experiences while seeking
services in the preceding twelve months.
The East African Bribery Index 20122012TI-Kenya_East African Bribery Index 2012The East African Bribery Index 2012 sampled 9,303 respondents at the household level
across the five East African countries of Burundi, Kenya, rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda.
The survey was coordinated and housed by Transparency International chapters in Kenya,
Uganda and rwanda. In Burundi, it was coordinated by Association Burundaise des
consommateurs (ABUcO), a Transparency International national chapter in formation
and Tanzania Transparency forum (TrAfO) supporting the same in Tanzania.
The East African Bribery Index 20112011TI-Kenya_East African Bribery Index 2011Governments in Africa remain dominant players in service provision. In East Africa majority of the
citizenry depend on the public sector to provide health, education and water among other basic
services. It follows that majority of citizens can ill afford alternatives usually provided by the private
sector at a premium and almost always in major towns and cities. Corruption and other inefficiencies
in the public service delivery system therefore gravely affect this section of the society. Bribery to access
public services as observed by Transparency International harms the poor more disproportionately than
the endowed by introducing illegal charges they can hardly afford.
The East African Bribery Index 20102010TI-Kenya_East African Bribery Index 2010The East African Common Market Protocol came to effect on 1
st
July, 2010 amid high
enthusiasm and expectation among the citizens of the East African Community’s
member states. The protocol is expected to boost trade across the five East African
countries of Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi by promoting the free
movement of goods, services and capital. The East African Community has recorded
notable strides in promoting trade among the member states. Intra-trade volumes
rose by 87% in Uganda, 91% in Kenya and 65% in Tanzania between 2004 and 2008,
heralding a bright future for the citizens of the bloc.
The East African Bribery Index 20072007
TI-Kenya_The East African Bribery Index 2007This report summarizes the findings of TI-Kenya’s sixth national bribery survey. The survey is part
of TI-Kenya’s effort to inform the fight against corruption with rigorous and objective research
and analysis. The survey captures corruption as experienced by ordinary citizens in their interaction
with officials of both public and private organisations. Respondents provide information on the
organisations where they have encountered bribery during the year, where they paid bribes, how
much and for what.
The East African Bribery Index 20062006TI-Kenya_Urban Bribery Index 2001TI-Kenya_The East African Bribery Index 2006This report summarizes the fi ndings of TI-Kenya’s fifth national bribery survey. The survey is part of TIKenya’s effort to inform the fight against corruption with rigorous and objective research and analysis.
The survey captures corruption as experienced by ordinary citizens in their interaction with offi cials of
both public and private organisations. Respondents provide information on the organisations where they
have encountered bribery during the year, where they paid bribes, how much and for what.
The East African Bribery Index 20052005TI-Kenya_The East African Bribery Trends Analysis_2005This report summarizes the findings of TI-Kenya’s fourth national bribery survey. The Kenya Bribery Index
is part of TI-Kenya’s effort to inform the fight against corruption with rigorous and objective research and
analysis. The survey captures corruption as experienced by ordinary citizens in their interaction with officials
of both public and private organizations. Respondents provide information on the organizations where
they have encountered bribery during the year, where they paid bribes, how much and for what.
Kenya Urban Bribery Index2001TI-Kenya_Urban Bribery Index 2001This report presents preliminary analysis of a study by Transparency International-Kenya on
the magnitude of bribery in Kenya. Based on a survey in which ordinary Kenyans report their
daily encounters with corruption -who they bribe, how much, and for what, the study is part
of TI-Kenya’s effort to inform the anti-corruption effort in with objective, rigorous research.
This study seeks to go beyond perceptions of corruption to provide benchmarks of integrity
based on the actual incidence of corruption.
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