Contrary to reports appearing in some sections of the media this week, Transparency International and Transparency International Kenya have not ranked Kenya the fourth most corrupt country in the world.
Transparency International Kenya’s Advocacy and Legal Advisory Centre, Eldoret helped to avert a protest in Uasin Gishu stemming from a dispute concerning the management of a Constituency Development Fund project. Read more...
The County Government and non-governmental organisations launch an Integrated Complaint Referral Mechanism dubbed ‘Uwajibikaji Pamoja’ in West Pokot County
Nairobi, Kenya: 16th June 2014 - Only 15% of Kenyans have participated in citizen consultation forums at the county level in the last 12 months.
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Kenya cannot afford to borrow over Ksh 300 billion to finance the construction of the Standard Gauge Railway. Borrowing this amount will increase Kenya’s external debt by 30%, push the public wage bill to unsustainable levels and exacerbate poverty in the country...http://sgrkenya.com/sign-petition/