Weaknesses in Kenya’s anti-money laundering law, coupled with legislation that enables financial secrecy, are leading to theft and use of foreign funds in the country.
This study explores links between cattle rustling in East Africa’s Karamoja Cluster and the flow of illicit arms into this ungoverned space.
07 / 03 / 2023 by Willis Okumu, Tadesse S Metekia and Mohamed Daghar
Communities in East Africa’s Karamoja Cluster need alternative livelihood options to disrupt patterns of violence.
Escalating the plight of the dwindling African grey parrot at a policy level could give wings to stop its illegal trade.
Sand mining must be stopped before it devastates the country’s communities and environment entirely.
Deterring children from mining activities must be advocated from local community levels.
Weak legislation, ineffective controls and an insatiable demand all contribute to illegal and unregulated sand mining.
03 / 05 / 2022 by Mohamed Daghar
Ce trafic silencieux et mortifère constitue l’une des formes les plus lucratives et les plus néfastes de la traite des êtres humains.
Tanzania needs specific legislation and increased local-level advocacy on organ trafficking to protect people with albinism.
Developing Kenya’s ports should go hand in hand with ensuring their safety from organised crime and terrorism.
In its new form, the protocol has what it takes to address cattle rustling at the regional, national and community levels.