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Public Policy Making Process Training in Mombasa

The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis(KIPPRA) undertook a Public Policy Making Process Training(PPMP) from the 20th to the 24th of January 2020 in Pride Inn Hotel, Mombasa. The participants of the training were officials from Retirement Benefits Authority(RBA), Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority(EPRA), county officials from Samburu, Kajiado, Makueni and Kilifi. 

The public policy making course is targeted at policy makers, policy analysts (in both national government, county governments, private sector and civil society), bureaucrats and citizens.

The one-week training which aimed at instilling public policy making skills to the participants was highly vetted by the participants though an evaluation, which they did every evening. This in an aim to improve the training and make it as effective as possible.

After the one-week training, they were awarded with certificates each, courtesy of KIPPRA.

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