Photo Credit: Joyce K
Oxfam in Kenya awarded the most collaborative NGO by Kenya Revenue Authority for its work on Fiscal Justice. Tax Justice has been an anchor pillar of work under the Governance and Accountability programme for Oxfam in Kenya since 2015 with the rollout of the new Country Strategy. Recognizing the...
Volunteer Azulu Adeba, 44, describes the poor drainage in his community, where he carries out tax monitoring work with the National Taxpayers Association in Kiambiu, Eastleigh, Nairobi, Kenya. 2016. Photo Credit: Allan Gichigi
‘I got involved with the project because I started wondering where my taxes go. Our constitution guarantees the right to information. That includes whatever [law] is passed by our leaders. We have a right to know how the taxes we pay are being used. It is important to follow up on taxes, because we...
Caroline Kemunto's grandchild. Photo Credit: Oxfam
Social Protection is a human right based approach to poverty reduction that uses provision in law, policy and programmes to protect people from the effects of chronic poverty as well as
a range of risks and shocks” (Oxfam Social Protection Policy Guidelines 2010). Social protection needs a...
Student from Mukuru Reuben, Nairobi, fetching clean water from a tap at the school bio centre. Photo Credit Abraham Ali
Supporting a movement of citizenship in Kenya that is informed and actively challenging poverty and inequality.
Team illustrating accountability in project implementaton during a workshop- Photo credit: Joyce Kabue/Oxfam
Oxfam in Kenya aims to embed both the culture and practice of accountability to communities throughout its programme work through mutual accountable relationships with partners to women and men living in poverty
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