The Constitution provides for citizen’s engagement in county governance through public participation mechanisms to demand and enhance transparency and accountability amongst the various leaders.
Tl-Kenya conducted a research to assess the status of governance based on these indicators. Data collection was conducted between the 22nd of June and 2nd September 2016 interviews using questionnaires that were administered through face to face interviews.
The survey interviewed a total of 7,632 respondents drawn from the 47 counties. Additionally, 45 county executive officials (County secretaries, County Executive Committee members, chief of staff and chief officers ) from 36 county governments and 233 officials(Members of County Assembly,Speakers and derks) from 46 county assemblies were alsointerviewed.