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Representatives from Oxygene Marketing and Communication Visit KIPPRA

KIPPRA hosted representatives from the Oxygene Marketing and Communication on 19th October 2023. The purpose of the visit was to discuss areas of partnership and collaboration with KIPPRA.

KIPPRA Senior Policy Analyst Ms. Irene Nyamu took the representatives through the Institute’s mandate, including capacity building and policy research programmes as well as networking engagements. She gave examples of products and services such as the annual flagship report, the Kenya Economic Report (KER), and the youth action in climate change symposium.

KIPPRA Executive Director Dr Rose Ngugi highlighting KIPPRA’s work with County Governments

KIPPRA Executive Director Dr Rose Ngugi further highlighted the Institute’s work with County Governments, the collaborative work with the National Treasury and Economic Planning in reforming the Excise Tax system focusing on the alcohol and cigarettes sectors and the sectoral dissemination of the KER 2023.

Among the issues discussed were partnership and collaborations between the two organizations including publishing joint policy research articles and interviews in the agency’s weekly publication, the Vellum, and website; marketing and publicizing of KIPPRA capacity building programmes and creating strategic linkages and partnership for the Institute with the media and private sector.  Oxygene Marketing and Communication is an independentintegrated communications agency in Nairobi that provides marketing and communication solutions to clients around the globe. This visit was part of their initiative to expand its client base in the public policy space.

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