A society where poor and vulnerable persons enjoy their rights and live in dignity.
To effectively and efficiently deliver cash transfers to the poor and vulnerable persons in Kenya.
Programme Core Guiding Principles and Values
Leadership: The Ministry will provide leadership for Inua Jamii at the national, County and Sub County levels.
Integrity: Ethical standards will be upheld in the design, implementation, monitoring, learning and evaluation of the CCTP.
Common standards: A common set of performance and financial management standards and reporting procedures will be developed and adhered to by all stakeholders involved in the programme.
Professionalism: All staff will endeavor to work in an environment that fosters mutual understanding and respect.
Timeliness: The effectiveness of CTs is measured by the regularity and predictability of the transfers. Therefore, it will be crucial for all aspects of the programme to be planned and implemented in a timely manner from the national to the Sub County and community levels.
Confidentiality: All information provided to the programme is privileged and should be held in confidence. The programme teams shall maintain confidentiality and safeguard the rights of the beneficiaries while observing the principle of “need to know.”
Non-discrimination and equity: The Inua Jamii programme implementers will respect, protect and fulfill the rights of marginalized and disadvantaged groups, ensuring non-discrimination and equity.