It is the intention of TI-Kenya to use technology in advancing its core mandate of fighting for a corruption free society. This includes incorporating ICT in our work of championing the fight against corruption by promoting integrity, transparency and accountability at all levels. We have several digital platforms that we invite you to interact with the great deal of information in them.
- https://tikenya.org – This is our website which has a lot of resources in form of reports, publications that have been done by different departments, blogs, news, events(upcoming), newsletters which can be of interest for your read.
- https://actionfortransparency.org -Action for Transparency (A4T) is implementing a set of secure tools and methodologies for carrying out citizen monitoring of use of public resources at public primary schools and health centres. These tools and methodologies, like the A4T mobile App and website, can be used to monitor expenditure of public funds and anonymously report suspected corruption. Follow the link to learn more.
- https://shuleyangu.co.ke – The Shule Yangu Alliance Campaign is a national network of like-minded stakeholders from civic, government and private sectors working to ensure protection of public schools against illegal land-grabs, support the Government to issue title-deeds to public schools and support communities to own their schools. Through this website, citizens can follow the progress on school land titling in Kenya, as well as report on instances of school land grabbing or encroachment, which hinders the full attainment of the fundamental right to quality basic education all children..
- http://publicaudit.tikenya.org – TI-Kenya launched the Public Audit Database with an aim of strengthening audit accountability in the utilization of public resources. The open-sourced database has detailed analysis of past reports from the Offices of the Auditor General (OAG) and the Controller of Budget (COB), for counties since their operationalization in 2013. The Database is eventually intended to be a one-stop-shop for CSOs, media and active citizens focussed on entrenching public sector accountability in Kenya.
- http://rada.tikenya.org – A database that has details of corruption cases that have been prosecuted in our courts including the information of the parties that were involved in these cases. Data analysis and graphical representation sections are being worked on currently.
- http://cgsr.tikenya.org – This a dashboard that has detailed analysis of the county governance status report for 2016 for all the 47 counties. You can interact with the data and well-done graphical analysis of governance data across all counties.
- http://haipcrm.com – This is Uwajibikaji Pamoja platform which is a complaint referral system where complaints are lodged by the public from the 5 counties (Marsabit, Wajir, West Pokot, Turkana, Mandera) about the services being offered by the partners, stakeholders and county governments in those particular counties. The system can send bulk SMS to a lot of people when there is need for mass dissemination of information or sending warning message to a large number of people in the counties named above.
- http://climatefinance.tikenya.org – Resources for climate finance and climate governance are found on this site. Publications and articles done by our able climate governance integrity program are found here and the engagements undertaken to make sure there is accountability in climate finance.
- http://pledgetracker.tikenya.org – a site that monitors the progress of the nine commitments made by Kenyan Government in 2016. I would like to invite you to look at the progress of these pledges and how far we have moved on implementation as a country.