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To investigate independently as a journalists requires many skills. And a journo in Kenya meets many challenges. Read some of the details here.

The Access to Information Act , 2016 Simplified For You

Did you know that public entities are required to disclose information without the need for the applicant to give reasons…

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Access to Information Laws not obeyed by Parliament and Auditor General

Parliament and the County assemblies are required under Section 39 of the Public Audit Act to make public within seven…

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Even before the Access to Information Act, this has been mandatory for Institutions

Years before the Access to Information Act, there already were laws in place that required state entities to publish and…

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General Rules – Access to Information

Access to Information is the right of every citizen of Kenya under Section 35 of the Constitution. The Access to…

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The Reality of Information Denial

Access to public information is easy in theory. But in reality it is a dragging process. And sometimes impossible. This…

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The RoGGKenya Experts List

UPDATED March 13, 2019! If you are working in the Kenyan media, start using our experts list. These experts have…

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The Market for independent Journalists

Many journalists in Kenya are facing challenges on where to publish their articles after researching and doing follow ups. This…

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A Website is offline – but you can still find a lot

It happens not too rarely: An official website (for example, the CDF website) has gone offline. After the CDF board…

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When Google finds more than the Governor’s Site itself

Many times it is better to search for documents using external search engines like google rather than internal search functions…

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How to monitor Changes in Web Pages

Be notified if something changes on a web page that is important for your reporting. Examples You want to be…

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