Corruption Perceptions Index 2016

Rank

145 / 176

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A country's rank indicates its position relative to the other countries in the index. Learn more.

Score

26 / 100

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A country or territory’s score indicates the perceived level of public sector corruption on a scale of 0 (highly corrupt) to 100 (very clean). Learn more.

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Successful anti-corruption reforms

Keep corruption out to halt climate change

Vast sums of money are being invested to thwart climate change. But is corruption undermining good intentions?

Technology against corruption

Around the world, our chapters are using innovative tech tools to help citizens challenge corruption.

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Overview of corruption and anti-corruption in Kenya

Do we need women-specific anti-corruption projects?

Is enough being done to engage women in anti-corruption work? What can be done to help women fight corruption?

The “I run for integrity” peace campaign

Climate talks – active partners or silent onlookers?

Climate summits are key opportunities to shape the global response to climate change. But how much can civil society influence the talks?

Can technology help African women to fight corruption?

Our recent hackathon in Nairobi finds women at the crossroads of communication technology and anti-corruption work.

What climate change and corruption mean for land security

Corruption is making the right to land ever more precarious. Whether bribes for land licences, or nepotistic resettlements, corruption in land management must be tackled. Staff working on climate issues at two of our chapters tell us why.

What can journalists do to fight corruption in the water sector?

Corruption in the water sector hits poor and marginalised people the hardest, but often goes unreported. Networks of water journalists are beginning to change that, with help from our Kenyan chapter and the Water Integrity Network.

The East African Bribery Index 2012: Bribery levels remain high in Kenya

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Transparency International Kenya

No. 713, Kindaruma Road, Off Kilimani Road , House No. 4
Nairobi, Kenya

T: +254 (0) 20 2730324/5
F: +254 20 272 9530
E: transparency@tikenya.org
Website: http://www.tikenya.org/

Mr Samuel Mbithi Kimeu
Executive Director

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