“Why does Accountability for Public Resources Matter?” A public forum organized by Transparency International Kenya (TI-Kenya) and Africa Centre for Open Governance (AFriCog) on 13 April 2018: Part Five – The Q&A
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As the Ministry of Land comes second most corrupt institution according to Afrobarometer survey 2015, three old men in Eldoret have painfully been waiting to receive title deeds for the last 48 years. Corruption has smashed their dreams and …..
It is ironical a majority of Kenyan youths decry scarcity jobs yet when some employment opportunities present themselves, very few people come out to try their luck, especially those related with disciplined forces. The big question therefore is, are the …..
The sole responsibility of any government in the world is to promote and protect human rights of its citizens by every means available. In Kenya there are two levels of governments – national government headed by the President and county …..
Despite the policies, regulations and constitutional provisions protecting persons living with disabilities, they still remain among the marginalised lot in Kenya. The persons with disabilities in Kenya hardly access any specialised support services in urban and rural areas. …..
Fourteen years after the death of Fr. John Anthony Kaiser, there are mixed reactions on whether the ideals he championed have finally been realised. An American Mill Hill Missionary, Fr. Kaiser came to Kenya in 1964 and from the early …..
Waste disposal remains a challenge to a number of counties in western Kenya despite the introduction of devolved governments. Solid waste management is the responsibility of county governments. Heaps of garbage is a common sight in many streets …..
A mother knows the pain of a child best. When a child cries, the first thing that comes to your mind is hunger, but it is a different case in Soweto East Resource Centre in Kibera slum, Nairobi Kenya. …..
Kenya’s press freedom has drastically dropped, according to the World Press Freedom Index for 2014 by Reporters without Borders. Kenya slipped 18 positions to rank 90 out 180 countries surveyed. According to the global watchdog, the dwindling press freedom …..