SETTING STANDARDS. DELIVERING RESULTS
We work with leading organizations in the business, public and third sector offering a diverse range of research services that gear the strategic course of organizations. Our research strategy carries a global dimension based on a strong infusion of international, cutting-edge knowledge and data. Lai'Latif is the consulting firm leaders turn to when they want to achieve BREAKTHROUGHS
As part of an international consortium of academics, CSOs and think tanks funded under grant (HEALTH F1-2012-305240) from the European Commission’s Directorate for Research and Innovation towards researching and publishing on formulating new goals for the right to health and proposing a new governance, legal and financing structure to rea
As part of an international consortium of academics, CSOs and think tanks funded under grant (HEALTH F1-2012-305240) from the European Commission’s Directorate for Research and Innovation towards researching and publishing on formulating new goals for the right to health and proposing a new governance, legal and financing structure to realise these new goals. More information at: http://www.go4health.eu/
Research under grant number 2014/483935-0 to investigate the Extent to which Human Rights Principles are Applied in Health Policy Making and Programming in Chereng’any Sub County in Kenya
Working with the Surge Initiative established under the OHCHR to study fiscal transparency and public accountability as part of a state's progress towards human rights and SDGs from a revenue and redistribution cycles perspective and to develop a framing document for UN Member States and agences to use to monitor fiscal transparency and accountability.
Consultancy services provided to UN OSAA on strategic African based solutions to identify the subtle institutionalised pathways through which proceeds of money laundering and corruption are moved legitimately.
Research on the political, and public perceptions on including the Islamic wealth tax as part of Kenya’s fiscal system
Research on leveraging private flows from digital technology to finance SDGs in Africa. Examining e-business revenue opportunities amidst the challenges posed by iliicit financial flows
Research on the Regulation and Taxation of FinTech focusing on comparative analysis between Africa, Asia and Latin American countries regulatory and tax approaches to FinTech activities
Research on examining the extent to which the government of Kenya is on track in advancing the rights of the youth to employment and towards accessing wealth creation opportunities
Research on key reform areas to be included in Kenya’s tax legislation. Reviewing the Income Tax Bill and proposing further input on digital taxation, permanent establishment, presumptive tax, tax incentives and prevention of illicit financial flows for civil society to advocate for
Research on Africa on reforms based on international corporate taxation and the fight against illicit financial flows
Collaborative research work on the tax collection capacity of Afghanistan and prevalent tax evasion practices
Conducting international tax trainings on behalf of Capabuild