News & Highlights

Apr
16

Including Women and Youth in Business and Entrepreneurship

As part of the research project on Economic Inclusion of Youth and Women through Inclusive Entrepreneurship in Kenya, Ivory Coast and Burkina Faso, KIPPRA held a dissemination workshop in Nairobi on 10th of April 2019. KIPPRA Executive Director Dr Rose Ngugi Themed “Pathways to Inclusion: Creating Inclusive Businesses and Markets for the Future,” the workshop […]

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Mar
26

Masinde Muliro University hosts KIPPRA Mentorship Programme Event

The KIPPRA Mentorship Programme for Universities (KMPUs) was at Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (MMUST) on 18th March 2019 to enlighten students and lecturers on the public policy making process as well as the government’s development agenda. The theme of the event was ‘Public Policy Making and the Big Four Agenda’. The KIPPRA […]

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Mar
22

Kenya Economic Report Validation Workshop

KIPPRA is in the process of preparing its annual statutory publication, the Kenya Economic Report (KER) and one of the key steps is stakeholder engagement through consultative and validation workshops. In this regard, KIPPRA held a validation workshop for the KER 2019 on 15th March 2019 where stakeholders from about 25 government and private sector […]

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Mar
11

KIPPRA’s Impact at the 6th Annual Devolution Conference

KIPPRA was among key participants in the 2019 Devolution Conference, which was held in Kirinyaga County from 4th to 8th March.  As one of the sponsors of the event, KIPPRA provided data and analysis for the various sector discussions, including health, trade and manufacturing, housing and agriculture. Some of the visitors at the KIPPRA stand. […]

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Mar
01

KIPPRA Hosts Stakeholder Roundtable on Review of Vision 2030

KIPPRA convened a stakeholder meeting to review the progress of the Vision 2030 programme. The roundtable, which was held on 28th February 2019, drew participants from 23 organizations and was aimed at gathering views to inform on policy areas that require adjustments as the country moves to implement the last phases of the Vision. Policy […]

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Feb
20

KIPPRA Supports COG to Make Children’s Conference a Success

KIPPRA participated in the Children’s Devolution Conference 2019 held in Nairobi from 17th -21st February 2019. The fun-filled, eye-opening event provided an opportunity for the Institute to explain to the pupils and students the Government’s Big Four development agenda in a synthesized manner relevant to the children. This was done by the Executive Director Dr […]

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Feb
16

A Memorable Day at Garissa University

KIPPRA rolled out its Mentorship Programme for Universities (KMPUs) at Garissa University on 13th February 2019. The whole-day event was characterized by enlightening speeches and presentations; engaging discussions and debates; question and answer sessions; and entertaining traditional and modern dances by the students.   KIPPRA Executive Director Dr Rose Ngugi shakes hands with Garissa University […]

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How the Government can Achieve the Big Four Agenda on Housing

The ‘Big Four Agenda’ are President Uhuru Kenyatta’s legacy projects that he has committed to execute by the time he exits office in 2022. The projects directly relate to Kenya’s Vision 2030. The President has promised to dedicate energy, time and resources to the ensure the success of these projects. The four pillars of the […]

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