We see the Constitution as the defnitive expression of Kenya's identity, and it sets out in Article 10, the national values which are central to its unity and cohesion.
Throughout our work there is a sense of the importance we attach to ethics and values and its connection to sustainable change at all levels and all sectors of society.
Just as national values are key to Kenya's identify and future, they are central to other dimensions of our society in public service, business, and civil society.
This interrelationship and interconnectedness are manifest in our appoach to our work and the way it is executed.
We understand that business ethics and values can present a challenge for any organisation, especially those that have never explicitly considered these dimensions of their operation before. Understanding the rights and responsibilities of the workforce, imbuing the corporate culture with ethics and values while carrying on day-to-day business can be complex.
Our approach, through our schemes and standards, is to enhance your business processes and workplace culture with a firm connection to the provisions of Article 10 of the Constitution, and demonstrate that this organisational enhancement can bring big benefits.
Throughout the process, we build confidence that progress is being made, inspiring stakeholders and participants to maintain their commitment through the challenges that significant change brings.
We believe this approach, applied universally, brings consistency across the nation, trust in institutions, contributes to the development of cohesion and unity, and supports the fight against corruption.