Tax in Kenya: 'The price of civilisation'
While Kenya exports a wide variety of crops, many Kenyans continue to go hungry. The World Food Programme estimates that more than a million Kenyans will need food assistance this year and malnutrition remains one of the country’s biggest childhood killers.
As the G8 summit approaches, Christian Aid has joined more than 200 other organisations to call on them to take decisive action to tackle hunger around the world as part of the IF campaign. In this podcast, Antoinette Powell talks to Alvin Mosioma, director or the Tax Justice Network, Africa, about how tax could lift millions of Kenyans out of a cycle of poverty and hunger. To find out more about the IF campaign visit www.christianaid.org.uk/actnow