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OKOA UCHUMI CAMPAIGN
A coalition of leaders from civil society, the private and public sectors established the National Taxpayers Association (NTA) in April 2006.
Building Citizen Demand and Strengthening Government Service Delivery
This is a key thematic area that contributes to NTA’s goal of public watch on public revenue collectionREAD MORE
Tax justice is increasingly becoming one of the core themes in today’s economies. The government isREAD MORE
A Comparative Analysis of State Officers Remuneration: A Case Study on Kenya’s Members of Parliament
Background The Salaries and Remuneration Commission of Kenya was established under Chapter 12, Article 230, of the Constitution of Kenya 2010. Its mandate is (a) to set and regularly overview the remuneration and benefits of all state officers, and (b) to advise the national and county governments on the remuneration and benefits of all other […]READ MORE
The constructive engagement meeting brought together NTA, Organized Taxpayers Groups (OTGs) and Officers from the County government of Nandi. The meeting was organized after completion of assessment of 58 development projects across six Sub-counties in Nandi County.READ MORE
NTA and the OTGs undertook analysis of the OAG report for the 47 County governments for financial year 2017/2018. A meeting with the County government of Vihiga was thereafter, planned to share the findings of the analysis and come up with practical action points to resolve the issues raised by the OAG.READ MORE
Today, I’m compelled to not only support Tobacco Cessation in Kenya but as well champion for a tobacco tax increase by 15% as a fundamental step towards an increase in government revenue and better public health. Does the photo below leave you with goosebumps? Does it give you joy? Well, this is an innocent child. […]READ MORE
Tobacco remains one of the most lethal demons slowly but surely ravaging the health of youths in Kenya and beyond. The epitome of it all is the ignorance camouflaged with transitioning from youth to adulthood where most teens and post-teens imagine “it is our time to do it.” The mantra continues to send the poor […]READ MORE