Baseline research for Oxfam in Kenya

What are the opinions, knowledge and beliefs of Kenyan citizens about tax? What do they think are the government’s roles and responsibilities for tax justice, budgeting and public service delivery? With radio stations in Nairobi, Turkana, and Wajir, we gathered the views of over 550 people using interactive radio and SMS (from 35 counties, mainly youth, and 73% men). This research was on behalf of Oxfam in Kenya to establish a baseline for a three-year project on domestic resource mobilisation and tax justice.

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