TISA seeks to appoint independent auditors to provide external audit services for year 2023 to year 2025 The main responsibility of the external auditors is to perform statutory audits of the organization and obtain independent and objective assurance as to whether the financial statements of TISA present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of TISA in accordance with the International Standard on Auditing (lSA), International Financial Reporting Standard for Small and Medium-Sized Entities and in the manner required by the Kenyan Companies Act, 2015 promulgated by the Code of Ethics for Professional Accountants.
Okoa Uchumi currently has a microsite with the ability to display static data, join the movement (link) and download reports. The site isn’t user interactive as it should be and therefore, we are looking to upgrade to a more user-friendly and user-interactive portal.
Based on the state of debate and data on debt we intend to develop a platform with simplified and accurate public debt data.
TISA is developing a digital platform where citizens can hold duty-bearers accountable and easily access vital government information to enable them to take civic decisions and actions.
The Okoa Uchumi Campaign documentary campaign seeks to document Okoa Uchumi’s success story in engaging duty bearers, International Financial Institutions (IFIs) and spurring citizen action for accountability in Kenya’s public debt management and fiscal justice.
To undertake a peer review of the four (4) social accountability papers, and for each of the papers, provide a brief analysis to inform the finalization of the respective papers.
Study TORs-Economic Justice TISA under the Okoa Uchumi debt campaign, seeks to work with stakeholders to redress Kenya’s public debt crisis. It works to push for political accountability and bolster constitutional safeguards in public debt management to debt sustainability through…
TISA under the Okoa Uchumi Campaign has been engaging in civil society capacity building, especially in engaging international financial institutions such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank in a bid to strengthen the quality of research,…
As we approach the end of our 2017- 2022 strategic plan we seek to review and reflect on our work over the years with a view to identifying our strategic strengths, opportunities, lessons, and approaches, to strengthen the impact and sustainability of our work in the long run.