Who Benefits From the Hunger Safety Net Programme?

Eye on Corruption investigative journalist, Iqra Salah, travelled to Turkana County on several occasions to document the story of families ravaging in hunger and poverty, in a country where the government through the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) has put in place a system to support such families from the severities of draught. Iqra’s story however, collected information of misfortune in families struggling to survive because NDMA’s hunger safety net programme is not benefitting many families.


In Addition, the BBC journalist, highlights possible loss of public funds into individuals pockets, where the Auditor general queried over Ksh 10billion that was unaccounted for.  Watch HERE.Courtesy of BBC.

Who Benefits From The Hunger Safety Net Programme?


About Eye on Corruption Project

Eye on Corruption Global Network Project-phase III, aims to train and mentor journalists, enabling them to investigate systemic corruption within the government that is affecting provision of basic services like health and education, where women, children and other disadvantaged groups would mostly bear the brunt.

The third phase of the Eye on Corruption (EoC) Global Network project (2018-2019) is being implemented in collaboration with the Action for Transparency team at  Transparency International Kenya (TI-K) and Fojo Media Institute, with continued support from Creative Force (Swedish Institute).