Hacks against corruption kenya

Technology can have a profound impact in the fight against corruption. In December, Transparency International – Kenya (TI-K) in conjunction with Kenya Red Cross and Random Hacks of Kindness (RHoK) will be organizing a Hackathon in cooperation with several TI S and select National Chapters from Sub-Saharan Africa region. The aim is to promote and integrate innovative and sustainable Information and Communications Technology (ICT) solutions in the fight against corruption.

A Hackathon is an event in which computer programmers and others in the field of software development, like graphic designers, interface designers and project managers, collaborate intensively on software-related projects together with subject matter experts. During 24-hour-events programmers will develop open-source prototypes with the goal of creating technological tools which could be potentially used in our work.

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Event location


Red Cross Road
Bellevue, Off Mombasa Road
P.O. Box 26601- 00100
Nairobi, Kenya

Event outcomes

Read our feature article on the hackathon in Nairobi, 'Can technology help African women to fight corruption?'

Event overview

Hacks against corruption kenya

01 - 02 December 2012
Event image
Event type:
Chapter activity
Event starts:
01 December 2012
Event ends:
02 December 2012
Organised by:
Transparency International Kenya
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