The Business Integrity

Initiative (BII)



The Toolkit is a mixture of in-person and online support and guidance, developed from BII pilot programme insights. These have been designed to address all our six key integrity principles.







Business Integrity Portal

It acts as a library of resources and a repository for information on the pilot, such as e-Learning modules, meeting, and webinar recordings, as well as our toolkit documents.

Access is free, online and available 24/7.

A one-stop-shop for information and tools.

Training on day-to-day bureaucratic corruption and practical resistance strategies, as well as the case for doing business with integrity. It includes a short test section.

A free online training resource.

Understand key integrity issues at all levels of the organisation.

Ideal for remote workers during the COVID-19 lockdown.

A comprehensive guide on the principle that business integrity is a key ingredient of sustainable commercial success, especially in a complex, rapidly evolving economy such as Kenya’s. It draws on the experience of larger and smaller companies already operating in the country. One of our most highly rated training sessions in the pilot.

Understand the business case for operating with integrity.

Practical steps on how to deal with common compromising situations.

Peer-to-Peer Network and Training

A network of UK and Kenyan companies that are well-established in Kenya, have a track record of doing business with integrity and are willing to provide guidance to other British / Kenyan companies.

Share learnings with peers.

Practical advice on effective corruption prevention systems.

Find trusted partners.

UK companies can access up to 5 days of match-funded, tailored guidance from a consultant on topics ranging from compliance with the law, prevention and risk mitigation, to collective action and human rights. It is managed by the Business Integrity Hub, which consists of civil servants in DFID London who signpost companies to available support on both anti-corruption and human rights.

Tailored, subsidized guidance on business integrity for UK companies.

Some useful external resources

This report on Corruption Risk Mapping (CRM) and an Anti-Bribery Compliance Assessment was done in November 2018, but it is still relevant. The study maps out the risk of corruption to businesses operating in Kenya with the purpose of providing useful data to help businesses identify and evaluate their corruption risk.

Clear guidelines for complying with the Kenya Bribery Act 2016.

Identify likely areas where corruption will occur in your business.

Practical suggestions for corruption risk mitigation procedures.

KPMG guidelines on conduct of Due Diligence prior to commercial engagement by businesses

A framework on conducting due diligence on potential joint venture partners, agents, consultants, and contractors. One of our most highly rated training sessions in the pilot.

Best practice for developing KYC procedures.

How to conduct a comprehensive due diligence for commercial teams.

A free, confidential, industry specific online tool used to measure, compare, and improve a company’s social and environmental impact. Brought to you by the research and development arm of the B Corp.

Build messages about positive impact to disarm bribery approaches.

Help your business standout with key stakeholders - consumers, workers, investors, and policy makers.

A global survey of more than 5,000 respondents across 99 territories about their experience of fraud over the past 24 months.

Provides current insights on what types of frauds are occurring (by sector), who’s perpetuating the crimes, and what successful companies are doing to come out ahead.

Why it’s essential to assess your readiness, deploy effective fraud fighting measures; and act quickly once it’s uncovered.