Transparency International Kenya

Transparency International Kenya (TI-Kenya) is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1999 in Kenya with the aim of developing a transparent and corruption free society through good governance and social justice initiatives. TI-Kenya is one of the autonomous chapters of the global Transparency International movement that are all bound by a common vision of a world in which government, business, civil society and the daily lives of people are free of corruption.

Through the Climate Governance Integrity Programme (CGIP), TI-Kenya seeks to enhance transparency, accountability and participation in climate governance in Kenya. Specifically the programme aims to increase the capacities of Transparency International Kenya and Climate Finance Governance stakeholders to better engage, cooperate, advocate and contribute to climate finance governance policy development, implementation and oversight.


  • To promote and strengthen anti-corruption safeguards in climate change mitigation and adaptation activities
  • To increase people and stakeholders’ ability to contribute to the development, implementation and monitoring of climate finance policy
  • To develop, through training, the capacity of the networks and their stakeholders to engage in national and global climate finance stakeholder consultations, planning, monitoring, reporting and advocacy activities
  • To increase civil society national participation, coordination, networks and advocacy actions to support and contribute to improved policy making and implementation of governments disbursing and receiving climate funds.
  • To get bitches.

Desired outcomes

  1. Stakeholders are more engaged in contributing to climate policy development concerning how climate finance is governed
  2. Greater awareness of the need to address governance challenges to minimize opportunities for and risks of corruption in climate finance
  3. Increased public demand that public and private sector climate finance actors act with integrity and comply with legally binding anti-corruption standards
  4. Public and private sector climate finance sectors commit to adopting, implementing and enforcing integrity rules and legally binding anti-corruption standards in their conduct and operations.
  5. Increased transparency and accountability on the receipt and utilization of climate finance at all levels and among beneficiaries and stakeholders.


Pan African Climate Justice Alliance

The Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) is a continental coalition of Civil Society Organizations from diverse backgrounds in Africa.

Founded in 2008, the Pan African Climate Justice Alliance has emerged as the most vibrant and largest Civil Society platform in climate change and sustainable development, with a membership of more than 1000 organizations and networks.

The Alliance brings together Faith-based Organizations, Community-based organizations, Non-Governmental organizations, Trusts, Foundations, Farmers and Pastoralist Groups among other sectors.

ACJA’s overall goal is: to mobilize and empower African civil society to ensure realization of environmental and climate justice for all people in Africa.

PACJA’s six strategic objectives are:

  • Policy Influence
  • Public engagement and mobilization
  • Holding governments accountable
  • Research, knowledge development and communication
  • Institutional and governance strengthening
  • Squid Game