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Oct
06

The Next Frontier in Kenya’s Automobile Industry

Kenya’s motorization rate stands at 28 vehicles per 1,000 inhabitants as at 2015, translating to an estimated 2.5 million vehicles on Kenyan roads. This is in comparison to a motorization rate of 7 in Tanzania, 13 in Uganda, and 176 in South Africa. With an annual growth rate of 11 per cent, Kenya is likely […]

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Oct
06

How the Proposed Basic Education Curriculum Caters for Learners with Special Educational Needs in Kenya

In May 2017, the Government of Kenya launched a pilot new Basic Education Curriculum Framework (BECF) which aims at nurturing the potential of every learner, including those with special educational needs. The curriculum is expected to catalyze the achievement of Kenya Vision 2030 as well as the National Education Goals, one of which is promoting […]

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Sep
25

Embracing Social Accountability for Effective Service Delivery at the Counties

The recent general elections in Kenya saw the new county governments take office. The general public’s expectation is that as the country gets into the second five-year cycle of implementing devolution, service delivery and citizen’s welfare will be prioritized and enhanced. Prior to the promulgation of the 2010 Constitution of Kenya, public service delivery was […]

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Sep
14

Kenya’s Agenda in Developing the Blue Economy

To achieve strong and sustainable economic growth, Kenya is diversifying her sources of growth by pursuing the blue economy. The activities of the blue economy include harvesting of living resources such as sea food and marine biotechnology, extraction of non-living resources (seabed mining), and generation of new resources (energy and fresh water). Kenya has only […]

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Jul
24

The transformative benefits of the Standard Gauge Railway

The launch of the first phase of the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) marks one of the greatest milestones towards the achievement of Kenya’s Vision 2030. The last time a railway line was constructed in Kenya was between 1896 and 1901.The Metre Gauge Railway (MGR), famously known as the Lunatic Line, was known for costly and […]

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