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Nairobi, Kenya – 29th January 2019: Kenya has dropped one point in the global Corruption Perception Index (CPI) released by Transparency International today. The country has obtained a score of 27 out of 100 a decline from 28 points scored in 2017 (with zero perceived to be highly corrupt, and

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Transparency International Kenya has released the findings of the Traffic Legislation Gaps and Drivers of Corruption in Traffic Matters Report. The report is a compilation of feedback received from key stakeholders in the transport sector including, but not limited to, the National Police Service, Nairobi Traffic Marshalls, long distance truck

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By Kevin Mabonga Transparency International Kenya has published a report on forceful evictions and corruption in the land sector in Kenya. The report, 'Forceful Evictions: An Intersection Between Corruption, Land and Human Rights' by Samuel Kimeu and Benjamin Maina, explores how the rampant corrupt practices in the land sector has a close interlink

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TI-Kenya’s ALAC-Western in partnership with the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission(EACC) trained Busia county Executive officials on Local Integrity System(LIS) establishment on 21st and 22nd June 2018 in Kisumu. The training aimed at strengthening accountability mechanisms at the County level. During the training, action plans during the previous LIS engagements were reviewed,

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TI-Kenya’s ALAC Eldoret team held a joint learning and reflection workshop for Trans Nzoia and Elgeyo Marakwet counties in Eldoret on 19th July, 2018. The activity targeted to give an opportunity for the health stakeholders from the two counties to interact, share their experiences and learn from each other with the

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TI-Kenya’s ALAC Mombasa team conducted  civic education forums and legal aid clinics in Kwale County to empower citizens in the fight against land corruption. The forums were held from  16th to 22nd  July 2018 in Tiwi, Kasemeni, Taru, Samburu and Ramisi. This was done through civic engagement, citizen empowerment and the involvement of key stakeholders

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Transparency International Kenya organised a 2-day training workshop on communicating climate change and climate governance for journalists. The training, which targeted  journalists from both mainstream and community media, aimed at enhancing the capacity of journalists and communicators on reporting climate change, climate governance and corruption issues was held on 25th and

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By Kevin Mabonga Transparency International Kenya supported the Good Governance Reporting Award during the 2018 Annual Journalism Excellence Awards (AJEA) held on 3rd August 2018 in Nairobi. John Kamau of the Daily Nation won the Print Category while Wellingtone Nyongesa of Radio Maisha bagged the Radio category. The TV Category went

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