Transparency International Kenya has launched its strategic plan for the next five years 2017 – 2022. The strategy, Concept of Action 2017 – 2022, is anchored on four key [...]Read more Transparency International Kenya Launches Five Year Plan
Transparency International Kenya has today 20th November 2017 launched a report “Towards Beneficial Ownership Transparency in Kenya: An Assessment of the Legal Framework.” [...]Read more TI-Kenya Launches Report on Benficial Ownership
TI-Kenya has today joined Kenyans in mourning Bishop Cornelius Korir of the Catholic Diocese of Eldoret. In the message shared through its official twitter handle @tikenya, [...]Read more TI-Kenya Joins Kenyans in Mourning Bishop Korir
Fifteen organisations including civil society, professional bodies and religious organisations under “Return to Reason”, have today 19th October 2017 called for dialogue in [...]Read more Political Players Must Drop Hardline Position
Transparency International Kenya hosted journalists, bloggers and media trainers on Tuesday 10th October, 2017 in Nairobi. The meeting aimed to discuss the role of media in [...]Read more TI Kenya Hosts Media Practitioners, Calls for Collaboration
By Titus Ogalo Citizen led practical measures of realizing effective accountability and oversight at the county level remains one of the most superficially discussed, [...]Read more Opinion Piece: Are we Missing the Point on Fighting Graft at the County Level?
The Action for Transparency (A4T) project team held a meeting with education stakeholders to discuss the scale up of the project to the remaining 8 sub-counties with a target [...]Read more Scaling Up: Action for Transparency Team Meets Education Stakeholders
When citizens go to the polls and cast their votes, they aspire not only to elect their leaders, but to choose a direction for their nation. Elections are therefore of utmost [...]Read more The National Integrity Alliance Launches the Red Card Campaign, Calls for Integrity