Land: Why Due Diligence is Important

By Jacqueline Wahome Dancan* heard of Transparency International Kenya for the first time at a public outreach forum and legal aid clinic organised by the Advocacy and Legal Advice Centre (ALAC). Such outreach fora and legal aid clinics are some of the tools used by ALAC to empower citizens on their rights thus allowing them […]

Land Corruption: A Focus on Succession and Inheritance

By Mary Maneno Many families all over the world experience land corruption at a time they are most vulnerable – during the loss of their loved ones. The Kenyan experience is not any different. Grievances about succession and inheritance are the most prevalent among many Kenyan families. This is according to a national survey by […]


Introduction The numerous corruption scandals in the recent past have put focus on the effectiveness of anti-corruption agencies and the political leadership in the fight against graft in the country. It has also exposed the weak links between our investigative, prosecutorial and enforcement agencies in the fight against graft. Transparency International Kenya welcomes the efforts put […]

TI-Kenya Launches the Business Integrity Country Agenda (BICA) Kenya Report

Nairobi, 6th June 2018: Transparency International Kenya has today launched the Business Integrity Country Agenda (BICA) Kenya Report. TI-Kenya has been undertaking a study on Business Integrity Country Agenda (BICA) whose main objective is to define and implement a widely shared reform agenda which seeks to reduce corruption in business practices. The project seeks to […]

TI-Uganda Staff Trained on Land Corruption

TI-Kenya trained TI Uganda on the handbook on land corruption risk mapping tool on 5th March 2018 and subsequent field visits held from 6th to 10th March 2018 at Mityana and Mubende Districts. Mary Maneno from TI-Kenya facilitated the sessions. The training aimed to equip TI Uganda staff with knowledge on the handbook on land […]

Targeting the Youth in the Fight Against Corruption Using Technology

Transparency International Kenya’s Action for Transparency team organized a Social Media Engagement Forum on 18th April 2018, at Kenyatta University, Parklands Campus. The chat aimed to involve the youth in the fight against corruption and creatie awareness among them on issues of accountability within the Education and Health Sectors. The participants were involved in tweeting […]

TI-Kenya Conducts Learning Workshops on Health in Machakos, Kiambu Counties

Transparency International Kenya, through ALAC Nairobi, conducted learning and reflection workshops on the Health Sector Social Audit Report 2016 in Machakos and Kiambu Counties. In Machakos, the sessions were held on 24th April, 2018 in Kyaka hotel while in Kiambu county the event took place on 20th April, 2018 at Kigwa hotel. The workshops, which […]

Punishment for Corruption Must be Enforced

Those involved in corrupt dealings should be punished and efforts be made to recover stolen resources. Speaking on Citizen TV on 21st May 2018 over the NYS Scandal, Transparency International Kenya Executive Director Samuel Kimeu said that it was unfortunate that the country is being looted in a way that has not seen before. He noted […]

National Integrity Alliance’s Red Card Campaign Recognised at the SABRE Awards

The Red Card Campaign, by the National Integrity Alliance won two awards during this year’s SABRE Awards by Holmes Report taking place in Gaborone, Botswana. The Red Card Campaign was entered and won in the Gold SABRE Awards for Public Relations Campaigns – Geographical Category, winning the Eastern Africa Award and for the Public Relations […]

TI-Kenya, AfriCOG Host Accountability Forum

Transparency International Kenya together with AfriCOG hosted a public forum on accountability of public resources on 13th April 2018. This followed the judgment on the Public Audit Act 2015 on 16th February 2018. During the forum, participants were taken through Public Audit Act 2015 petition, experiences of the Office of the Auditor General and accountability. […]