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The Eye on Corruption (EoC) project in collaboration with Action for Transparency (A4T) recently organised a two-day training for leading investigative journalists.
Amina Wako, journalist and A4T grantee, investigated misuse of Constituency Development Funds (CDF) in Embakasi South Constituency & found shocking revelations on how the funds meant for development of Mukuru Kwa Njenga primary school were misused.
A report that was done by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) unveiled that NHIF subscribers were paying 500 percent more in order to get medical attention at some of the medical facilities.
In October 2016, the government, through the Health ministry, launched the Linda Mama, Boresha Jamii programme under the National Hospital Insurance Fund.
A4T grantee, and award-winning journalist, Stellar Murumba, published a story she had been investigating on the safety of bottled water being sold in Nairobi.
With continued support from Creative Force (Swedish Institute), Fojo, Transparency International Kenya (TIK) – A4T and the NGO Eye on Corruption have joined hands to highlight corruption in Kenya through investigative journalism mentoring/training.
Osman Mohamed Osman, A4T Investigative grantee, investigated cases of medical negligence in Kenya and the agony many citizens have had to go through without any remedy, which has led to loss of life.
Iqra Salah, A4T grantee, investigated Kenya’s growing burden of drug resistant Tuberculosis. DR-TB is exerting a significant strain on the country’s economy and the health of the patients.
A4T grantee Sarah Nanjala reveals critical sanitation crisis in Nairobi’s public primary schools.
Swedish journalist Ia Wadendal, who several time has been a volunteer worker in Rwanda, has published a story in Swedish online Magazine ”Omvärlden” about the Action For Transparency project lead by Fojo in Kenya.