Our Focus Areas

Our six-year strategic plan (2022 – 2028) seeks to champion for ethical values and behaviors, shine a spotlight on the corrupt, and contribute towards a culture of transparency and accountability, which will lead to greater equity and quality of public service delivery, and ultimately improve the quality of life for Kenyans. The strategic road map will also pay special attention towards the full implementation of chapter six of the Constitution of Kenya 2010, on leadership and integrity.

Citizen Demand and Oversight

This area will focus on concerns around inadequate enforcement of constitutional and legal provisions on leadership, integrity, and anticorruption; normalisation of corruption at individual and societal levels; corrupt, unethical, and unaccountable leadership; and inefficient, ineffective, and non-responsive public service delivery and humanitarian aid systems.

Under this result area, TI-Kenya will focus its efforts on four sectors ; Security and Justice, Health, Education and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Sectors.

Strategic areas of Intervention include:

Citizen (Individual) and Leadership Integrity

Access to Public Services and Aid Resources

Access to Justice

Natural Resources and Climate Governance

The main concern for this strategic pillar will be mis-governance of natural resources and environment; corruption; inadequate knowledge/ information; as well as non-transparent natural resources and climate governance processes. The priority sectors that this pillar will focus on include Land, Extractives, Environment, Energy, and Blue Economy.

Strategic areas of Intervention include:

Extractives, Land and Energy

Climate Governance

Public Finance Management

This focus area pays attention to transparency of public procurement processes; illicit financial flows; efficiency of public spending; and quality of financial oversight systems. The key sectors of focus under this result area shall be Health, WASH, Education, and Public Finance, while the natural resources sector will be integrated;

Expected Outcomes

Institutional Development

This strategic focus area seeks to build upon TI-Kenya’s track record while further developing its internal capacities and sustainability. Attention will be paid to the quality of human resources and governance/ oversight; internal organisational systems and structures; planning, monitoring, evaluation, research, and learning; ICT, media, and strategic communications; as well as institutional and financial resilience.

Expected Outcomes

Strategic Interventions

Jane Kingori

Grants Manager, USAID USAWA Program

Jane is a finance and grants specialist with a Master of Science in Organizational Development, Bachelor of Commerce in Finance and CPA (K). She has over 15 years’ of experience in strengthening organizations ‘capacities for sustainable program delivery through integration of best grants and financial management practices and compliance with different donor rules and regulations including USAID, UKAID, DANIDA, GCERF, SIDA and EU among others. She has served as the grants management technical lead at Faith To Action Network and Act Change Transform.