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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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Transparency International Kenya is concerned about the commitment of the President and Parliament to the enforcement of Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya. In a statement released on 23rd July 2018, TI-Kenya faults the the President for nominating Dr. Ben Chumo as Chairperson of the Salaries and Remuneration Commission considering his

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11 July, 2018 Dear African Union leaders, Transparency International and its 28 chapters in Africa applaud the African Union (AU) for earmarking July 11 as African Anti-Corruption Day and dedicating 2018 to the fight against corruption. The impact of corruption on the continent’s economic development is visible and cannot be underestimated. Corruption is not a victimless

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To sustain the level of commitment in combating corruption, the Assembly of the African Union declared 2018 as “the African Anti-Corruption Year”. The year will be celebrated under the theme: ‘Winning the Fight Against Corruption: A Sustainable Path to Africa’s Transformation’. To solidify the continent’s political commitment towards a corrupt free,

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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

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