Interview with Mary Maneno from Transparency International Kenya on the Potential of Open Data in Fighting Land Corruption | Land Portal




This is an interview with Mary Maneno, who works for Transparency International Kenya (TI Kenya) as the Senior Regional Officer in TI Kenya’s Coast Region Office. She also coordinates and implements TI-Kenya’s work on land and corruption. Mary talks to us about the potential of open data in fighting land corruption.

Mary Maneno is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya. She holds a Bachelor of Laws Degree and a Post graduate Diploma in Law. She is currently pursuing a Masters in Law (LLM) specialising in Law, Democracy and Governance. As a certified Legislative Drafter and member of the Law Society of Kenya, she has gained tremendous experience in anticorruption work in various fields including devolved governance, extractive industries, land corruption and constitutional implementation.

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