Indicator 1 (I1): The industry's participation in policy development
Indicator 2 (I2): Tobacco industry-related corporate social responsibility activities
Indicator 3 (I3): Benefits given to the tobacco industry
Indicator 4 (I4): Unnecessary interaction between government and industry
Indicator 5 (I5): Measures for transparency
Indicator 6 (I6). Preventing conflicts of interest
Indicator 7 (I7). Measures that prevent industry influence
Kenya has been a Party to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC) since February 27, 2005. According to the Kenya Tobacco Control Regulations 2014, the government does not accept, support, or endorse any offer for assistance by or in collaboration with the tobacco industry in setting or implementing public health policies in relation to tobacco control. This aspect of the regulation is fully enforced.