EACC feted for inclusivity for the third time running

EACC feted for inclusivity for the third time running

26:03:2024: The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) has been awarded first runner-up in the category of best Constitutional Commissions and Independent Offices on diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) and sustainability at the recently concluded sixth edition of the National Diversity and Inclusion Awards & Recognition (DIAR)

This is the third time in a row that the Commission is being recognized and feted in the DIAR awards, DEIB category. In 2022, EACC scoped 1st runner-up position and, last year the Commission won the second runner-up slot.

The DIAR Awards gala ceremony, held in Nairobi at The Sarit Centre 22nd of March had EACC compete with other Constitutional Commissions and Independent Offices. The category was won by the Commission on Administrative Justice (CAJ).

From left; EACC’s Edwin Utali, Julians Boy, Patriciah Chebet, Christine Mweu and Misheck Waweru after the Commission won first runner-up award on diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEIB) at the DIAR Awards gala ceremony

Initiated by Daima Trust in 2018, DIAR Awards has contributed significantly to inclusive growth and sustainable development in Kenya. Selection is based a national baseline survey that considers organisations’ ethnic and gender distribution and the extent of inclusion of the maginalised and those abled differently.

The awards continue to highlight leading initiatives that anchor sustainable development, build resilient communities, and uncover potential opportunities that can ignite positive growth for individuals and organizations to lead large-scale transformation.

EACC Takes pride in being part of the awards ceremony that celebrates the power of unity and collaboration to create a more just, equitable, and inclusive society for all. This recognition encourages the Commission’s staff to continue striving for excellence and making positive transformation.

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