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Transparency International Kenya held its inaugural Integrity Walk at Freedom Coner, Uhuru Park in Nairobi on 9th December 2017. The walk was the highlight activity to mark the International Anti-Corruption Day celebrated annually. While addressing participants, TI-Kenya Executive Director Mr. Samuel Kimeu urged Kenyans to join the fight against corruption noting that

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Transparency International Kenya is set for the Integrity Walk to be held on Saturday 9th December, 2017. TI-Kenya has been commemorating the International Anti-Corruption Day by hosting activities that help create public awareness on effects of graft and importance of fighting the vice, and mobilize the public to act against corruption. This

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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 pillars. These are Public Accountability; Policy, Legal and Institutional Frameworks; Social Justice and Economic Accountability; and Institutional Development. Through these pillars TI-Kenya seeks

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Transparency International Kenya has today 20th November 2017  launched a report “Towards Beneficial Ownership Transparency in Kenya: An Assessment of the Legal Framework.” The report identifies strengths and weaknesses in the current Beneficial Ownership Transparency Legal Framework in Kenya against the ten Beneficial Ownership Transparency Principles. Executive Director Mr. Samuel Kimeu

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Exciting Opportunity for Aspiring Investigative and Data Journalists! A 3-month Grant and mentorship program will be offered for the 10 best journalists after the training. Transparency International Kenya (TI-Kenya) through the Action for Transparency(A4T) Project has partnered with USIU-Africa, to conduct training for journalists in Nairobi. The training aims to empower journalists

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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, TI-Kenya noted that Bishop Korir was instrumental in supporting its activities in the North Rift region. “We are saddened by the news of the passing on

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Fifteen organisations including civil society, professional bodies and religious organisations under “Return to Reason”, have today 19th October 2017 called for dialogue in the current political deadlock. Speaking at a press conference in Nairobi, the organisations urged key political players to drop hardline positions for the interest of the nation. “Politics must

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By Titus Ogalo Citizen led practical measures of realizing effective accountability and oversight at the county level remains one of the most superficially discussed, deliberated and documented aspect about Kenya’s devolution journey. Unless there is a radical shift in focusing on deliberating, developing and pin pointing practical measures, strategies and approaches

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