The Institute for Social Accountability (TISA)
Westlands Avenue, Wendy Court, Hse no. 1
David Osieli Rd, Westlands

Work Hours
Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM


Social Accountability

We seek to bolster constitutional safeguards in public debt management and to push for the accountability of political leaders in public debt management.

We are actively working to support the implementation of effective and accountable service delivery under Kenya’s devolved government system by advocating for increased funding for devolved services and more effective citizen oversight in the use of public resources. 

We are implementing the Okoa Uchumi Campaign that seeks to build citizen voice and demand into critical national monetary and fiscal prioritization areas where citizen voice is presently missing. The campaign aims to link public debt/ national revenue decisions to every-day lives of citizens as a basis for building citizen demand. The campaign will bolster civil society campaigns for political accountability in public debt management towards the sustainable resolution of Kenya’s debt crisis; the attainment of balanced budgets which support socio economic inclusion; adequate funding of county services.

Join the movement - Okoa Uchumi

The Okoa Uchumi campaign is a civil society platform committed towards working with stakeholders to resolve Kenya’s public debt crisis. The campaign advocates for balanced and equitable budgets as a means of achieving public debt sustainability and economic inclusion.