Code of Ethics for Business in Kenya

The Code is a long-term initiative for the business community in Kenya that has the potential to evolve, depending on changes in the country's business environment. It is intended to enable a cogent level of commitment by business to contribute to building a globally competitive and prosperous Kenya.

The development and promotion of the Code was made possible through partners including GIZ and the British High Commission in Kenya. As at 2015 there were 58 signatories to the Code, in addition to 50 other organisations that are committing to the fight against bribery and corruption by signing up to the UN Global Compact principles.

The signatories to the Code are accountable to their stakeholders by way of annual disclosures, which demonstrate their efforts against bribery and corruption in their operations, including the supply chain. Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) monitors this, and ensures that these disclosures are made on time. However, contents of disclosures are not verified by KAM.

Year
2012
Country
Kenya
Sector
Cross Sector
Facilitator/Monitor
Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM)
Active
Inactive/unknown

Last updated: 13.05.2020

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