Category Archives: Reports

An Assessment of Kenya’s Preparedness for the 8 August 2017 General Election – A Summary of Key Findings and Recommendations

Despite the hope that marked the 2013 elections in Kenya, a wide range of irregularities,inconsistencies and errors during multiple phases of the electoral…
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READY… OR NOT? An Assessment of Kenya’s Preparedness for the 8 August 2017 General Election

The Africa Centre for Open Governance (AfriCOG) and Kenyans for Peace with Truth and Justice (KPTJ) are pleased to present the latest report…
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Citizen perception survey on elections

The Africa Centre for Open Governance in partnership with Kenyans for Peace with Truth and Justice commissioned Infotrak Research and Consulting to conduct…
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Citizen perception survey on constitutional implementation

The Africa Centre for Open Governance in partnership with Kenyans for Peace with Truth and Justice commissioned Infotrak Research and Consulting to conduct…
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Citizen perception survey on the direction of the country and corruption

The Africa Centre for Open Governance in partnership with Kenyans for Peace with Truth and Justice commissioned Infotrak Research and Consulting to conduct…
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Corruption in African sport: a summary

This content is drawn from Transparency International’s forthcoming Global Corruption Report: Sport. For more information on our Corruption in Sport Initiative, visit: www.transparency.org/sportintegrity…
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Rethinking Electoral Management

The management of the 2013 general elections demonstrated serious gaps in transparency and accountability, exemplified by the IEBC’s inability to authoritatively state which…
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Public Procurement in Kenya’s Counties

The Kenya government loses about one third of the national budget to corruption, with 80 percent of all corruption cases before the Kenya…
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Pathways to Devolution – The Scope for Decentralising State Agencies

Article 6 of the Constitution provides for the devolution of services to 47 counties, and further provides that all State organs must, as…
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Integrity in Leadership? An assessment of Kenya’s performance in enforcing constitutional values

The struggle for integrity has formed a major part of Kenya’s recent governance history. Over the decades, the Kenyan public has made its…
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