Why take part in the Integrity Walk 2018?
The International Anti-Corruption Day has been observed annually since 31 October 2003. It seeks to raise awareness of corruption and its negative impact on societies and offers citizens an opportunity to be aware of the effects of corruption, seek solutions and advocate for transparency, accountability and integrity. This year, Transparency International Kenya is marking the Day through an Integrity walk and Integrity Concert on 9th December 2018 at Central Park.

90%

Percentage of respondents that encountered bribery did not report to any authority

37%

Percentage of respondents that paid bribes to access services

83%

Percentage of respondents perceiving the current level of corruption as high

Source: East African Bribery Index(EABI) 2017 - Kenya

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Sovereign Category

For individual active citizens, groups and movements - sign-up with Kshs. 500 per person

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Corporate

For corporate organisations, a private company or a membership organisation - support with Kshs. 30,000 or above.

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Individual

Participants will get eligibility to TI-Kenya membership

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Corporate

Corporate participants will be recognized during the walk and Anti-corruption Day celebrations

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Faqs

  • What is the schedule for the day?

    8 am to 8.30 am - Arrival, registration and warm up at Central Park opposite Uhuru Park.
    9 a.m - Flag off the walk from Integrity Centre and the finish line will be at Central Park.
    11 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. - Popular celebrations for the International Anti-Corruption Day including integrity live concert and exhibitions by oversight institutions and organizations.

  • Who can register?

    This event will bring together individuals and institutions committed to the fight against corruption in Kenya. One can register as an individual or as group.

  • How can I register?

    You can either register as a group or as an individual. To register as an individual, click here. To register as a group, click here.

  • I want to be part of the PARTNERS for the event

    For us to realise the above objectives, we request for your help in sponsoring the event. Please contact transparency@tikenya.org for more information on partnership.

  • What do I wear?

    Participants should wear sports gear and the event T-shirt for the walk or any other branded merchandise for the walk.

  • How can I buy the merchandise?

    We have branded merchandise for sale including caps, Key-holders, Mugs, Flash disks, shopping bags and T-shirts at the venue.

  • What will be provided during the walk

    Participants will be given a bottle water sachet of glucose. Snacks and drinks will be available for sale at the venue. Entertainment for children will also be available.

  • What benefits do I get when I pay for walk

    Sovereign Category (For individual active citizens, groups and movements) - sign-up with Kshs. 500 per person.

    • Registered as a participant for the Integrity Walk;
    • Participation at the Integrity Walk and concert;
    • Branded T-shirt;
    • Anti-Corruption Information and Education Materials;
    • Certificate of participation

    Group Category (For corporate organisations, a private company or a membership organisation) - support with Kshs. 30,000 or above.

    • Recognition as a partner for the Integrity Walk;
    • Logo and link on online publicity materials
    • Display of organisations’ banners at the venue for the popular celebrations
    • Set up an exhibition tent at the venue
    • Facebook, twitter shout outs
    • Certificate of participation

  • The Cause

    Increase awareness on corruption and its negative impact on individuals/society and champion for transparency and accountability for better service delivery through citizen involvement in the Anti-Corruption Movement

    Route

    Integrity walk route image

    Significance of The Route

    • The People

      Freedom Corner in Uhuru Park signifying the importance of people's freedom and Sovereignty of the People to hold leaders to account.

    • Religious Groups

      All Saints, Nairobi Central SDA Church - Maxwell, CITAM Valley Road all charged with charting the moral route and praying for the country.

    • Government institutions

      Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi Area Traffic Police Headquaters, Ministry of Lands, Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Health, Nairobi County Government representing public institutions that have been susceptible to corruption and mismanagement of public funds.

    • Law Enforcement Agencies

      EACC, ODPP, IPOA, Judiciary, State Law Office - AG representing institutions which have a responsibility in the justice chain to ensure that corrupt individuals are held accountable.

    • Political Players

      Harambee House, DP Office, Senate, Nairobi County Assembly, National Assembly representing institutions and people who make policies and are charged with oversight mandate over other state organs.

    Partners