Since November 2000, Consumer Unity and Trust Society – Centre for International Trade, Economics and Environment (CUTS-CITEE) Nairobi has continued to offer a wide array of services including knowledge generation on key issues affecting consumer welfare in Kenya and EAC region. The Centre undertakes evidence-based advocacy to influence policy and practice change, capacity development for stakeholders including consumers, private sector and governments (national and county). Additionally, the Centre undertakes outreach activities including information dissemination and awareness creation. It endeavours to address the problem of knowledge gaps necessary to spur policy adjustment and recommendations for practice change in dealing with social and economic issues affecting consumers. Among its targeted group of stakeholders include policy makers, consumers (individual and groups of consumers) and civil society organisations.