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Devolution in Kenya has become the cornerstone for the realization of vision 2030 and other development goals. The country is about to celebrate 5 years since the Constitution of Kenya 2010 was promulgated. Among the far-reaching gains that are enshrined in this constitution is meaningful public participation on governance and public affairs issues.  Articles 201 (a), 196 (b) 184 (c), 174 (c), 124 (b), 118, 35, 34, 10-2 (a) provide for access to information and public participation in the decision making processes.

In the month of July 2014, we are running an online Information Accountability (IA) campaign like no other witnessed before.Petition here


The Information Accountability (IA) campaign, serves as a wake-up call to all in positions of authority and are responsible for timely, accurate, reliable, adequate and precise dissemination and action on information at their disposal. Further the IA seeks to inform the leadership and all in positions of authority to be accountable on their utterances and messages to the public.

The Kenya Women Uwazi Awards has attracted quite a number of many entrants from diverse sectors to the list of nominees in various categories (Women in Leadership,Women in Media,Women Artists, Outstanding Women Individual and Women Organizations). Notification is ongoing to the nominees and an online poll will take place. Evaluation and results will be conducted by an independent select team and the event will culminate into the 1st Ladies Transparency Night. Members of the public and all who wish to attend are requested to find more information here for tickets.

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The first ladies` night is a high-level transparency meeting of women from all walks of life (Political, Corporate, Music, Art, Media, NGO’s and many more) around the country with an aim of engaging on transparency and accountability.


Information access can be a means to transparency but not an end.Our answer to the lack of accountability crisis is bold, strategic, and sustainable ICT solutions.The Information and Communication for Transparency (ICOM4T) initiative brings together like minded individuals, organizations who in collaboration seeks your support, time and dedication in identification and delivering information and communication solutions for transparency. Find out more and join here.

Campus youth are also adversely affected by a lack of transparency but they have few avenues of talking about it, and the project aims to identify champions of transparency:give them a platform to add their voice through citizen journalism/media.“Campus” students will have an opportunity to increase their awareness on corruption risks, corrective actions and milestones/success stories and also influence others by collecting and sharing human interest stories of how corruption has affected the society and above all tell positive stories that will trigger social behaviour change.


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