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Discussion Papers Discussion Papers pdf Labour Demand in Kenya; Sectoral Analysis – DP216 Size : 4.85 mb Date added : 16-01-2019 Download pdf Employment Distribution of Youth Graduates Across Economic Sectors in Kenya – DP214 Size : 1.40 mb Date added : 08-01-2019 Download pdf Examining Youth Employment Preference in Kenya – DP213 Size : […]

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Jun
28

Report on Drugs and Substance Abuse in Primary Schools

The National Agency for the Campaign against Drug Abuse (NACADA) in collaboration with the Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA) released a survey on the “Status of Drugs and Substance Abuse among Primary School Pupils in Kenya” on 19th of June 2019. The event took place at the Intercontinental Hotel, Nairobi. The […]

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Jun
28

Bee Bulking and Farmer Capacity Building in Bee Keeping: An Opportunity for Increasing Youth Employment and Food Security in Rural Areas

Bee keeping is an important economic activity in the arid and semi-arid lands (ASALs) in Kenya. ASALs contribute 80% of honey production. Non-ASAL areas also practice bee keeping. There is a greater potential to produce honey and other hive products in the ASALs which make up about 80% of Kenya’s land area. ASALs have plentiful […]

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Jun
28

Eye-Opening and Engaging Discussions at the KIPPRA Conference

The 2nd KIPPRA annual regional conference took place at the Sarova Whitesands Hotel, Mombasa, from the 11th to the 13th of June 2019. Themed ‘A Gendered Approach to Unlocking the Potential for Sustainable Development,’ the successful event brought together about 450 participants, including legislators, diplomats, national and county government officials and representatives of local, international […]

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Jun
19

Community Policing in Kenya: Way Forward

Community policing is anchored on the premise that partnership between policing agencies and the communities they operate in is crucial in turning the tide against crime. Available reports indicate that policing agencies require support from local communities to prevent and/or reduce crime. This, therefore, calls for improved relationships between policing agencies and local communities as […]

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Jun
19

Empowering Women through Information: Strengthening the Implementation of Access to Information Laws

Women in Kenya have remained behind their male counterparts in many spheres, including access to information. This is besides the societal expectation of women’s roles as caretakers, educators, health providers, farmers, and as part of the labour market, inclusive of the informal sector. Unempowered women are unable to fully participate in socioeconomic activities and fully […]

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Jun
19

Validation Workshop for Nine Gender-Related Research Papers

Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA) held a stakeholder validation workshop on 6th May 2019 at Hilton Hotel, Nairobi. The objective of the workshop was to share the preliminary results of the research that has been running for the past 10 months under the theme: A Gendered Approach to Unlocking the Potential […]

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May
23

Role of Private Sector in Realizing County Revenue Targets

The Constitution of Kenya in 2010 ushered in a decentralized system of governance comprising a national government and 47 county governments. This forms a two-tiered   system   of government in which the sovereign power of the people is exercised at the national and county levels. The new system features significant administrative and political devolution, in addition […]

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