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Transparency International Kenya: Food Assistance Integrity Study

2012 — By Humanitarian Outcomes: Adele Harmer, Paul Harvey & Michael Odhiambo

The Food Assistance Integrity Study highlights various food approaches in Kenya with the aim of enhancing integrity, accountability, efficiency and cost effectiveness in the implementation of food assistance programs. The study uncovered evidence of critical flaws in the food assistance chain and highlights concrete recommendations to specific sector players to enhance integrity, accountability, efficiency and cost effectiveness of food assistance programming. The study was conducted with the close cooperation of key actors in the sector, namely the Government of Kenya, United Nations, humanitarian and donor organisations.