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Food Assistance Integrity Study: Analysis of the 2011 Drought Response in Kenya


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Resource type:Evaluation reports
Keywords:Coordination, Development & humanitarian aid, Evaluation-related, Food aid, Food and nutrition, Non-food, Shelter and housing
Agency:Transparency International
Author(s):Harmer, A., Harvey, P. and Odhiambo, M.
Date published:2012


This report is a product of the Transparency International Kenya (TI Kenya)
Humanitarian Aid Programme that aims to enhance integrity, accountability, efficiency and
cost effectiveness in the implementation of food assistance programmes in Kenya. The Food
Assistance Integrity Study was conducted in close cooperation with the main actors in the
sector, namely the Government of Kenya, United Nations, humanitarian and donor
organisations. It analyses: corruption risks pertaining to the policy framework, the aid
architecture, and the risks experienced throughout food assessments, programming and
support functions. It then makes concrete recommendations to the different actors involved
on how to improve governance in the food assistance sector.

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