Launch of Kenya Economic Report 2022 Themed “Building Resilience and Sustainable Economic Development in Kenya"

KIPPRA launched the Kenya Economic Report (KER) 2022 on 21st December 2022 in Nairobi. The KER is prepared pursuant to the KIPPRA Act No. 15 of 2006, Section 23(3), which mandates the Institute to prepare an annual report on Kenya’s economic performance and prospects for the medium term.  

The KER 2022, themed “Building Resilience and Sustainable Economic Development in Kenya”, provides evidence-based recommendations to support policy initiatives to mitigate the impacts of shocks and stressors at sectoral and macroeconomic levels for realization of high and sustainable economic development. Resilience to shocks and stressors is required for businesses and households to remain on the path of long-term development.

Click the links below to download the reports.

The report highlights recent trends and developments in macroeconomic performance as well as medium-term economic prospects for Kenya. It also covers building a resilient manufacturing sector for sustainable development; building a resilient economy through trade; enhancing a resilient and sustainable livestock industry in Kenya; building resilience through the digital economy; leveraging Science, Technology and Innovation for building a resilience a resilient knowledge-based economy; entrenching a resilient creative economy; the role of national values in enhancing socio-economic resilience and good governance in building resilience. The report also provides policy recommendations towards sustainable development through building resilience across the highlighted sectors.  

The main KER report, a popular version and a policy brief with the same theme were launched and can downloaded using the links above.