Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA) was established in May 1997 as a State Corporation and commenced operations in 1999. In February 2007, the KIPPRA Act No. 15 of 2006 came into being, granting the Institute a solid legal basis to execute its mandate as a public policy research Think Tank of the Government of Kenya. The overall mandate of KIPPRA is to develop capacities for policy formulation, implementation and evaluation within National and County governments; undertake relevant and timely policy research and analysis; serve as a point of policy engagement and communication on public policy; and develop and maintain a reservoir of knowledge on public policy in contributing to the achievement of national development goals. READ MORE...

  • Kisii County Annual Development Plan 2021/2022 

    County Government of Kisii (County Government of Kisii, 2021)
    This County Annual Development Plan is prepared to guide the preparation of FY 2021/22 budget as a requirement under Section 126 of the Public Finance Management (PFM) Act, 2012. The Plan contains priority programmes and ...
  • Kirinyaga County Annual Development Plan 2021/2022 

    County Government of Kirinyaga (County Government of Kirinyaga, 2021)
    The 2021-22 Annual Development Plan has been prepared in accordance with Section 126 of the Public Finance Management Act 2012, and in accordance with Article 220(2) of the Constitution. It is also aligned to departmental ...
  • Busia County Annual Development Plan 2021/2022 

    County Government of Busia (County Government of Busia, 2021)
    The County Annual Development Plan (ADP 2021-2022) is an important document in the budget making process in Kenya. It is an annual document that the County Executive Committee in charge of Planning should prepare. Section ...
  • Food security and welfare changes under COVID-19 in Sub-Saharan Africa: Impacts and responses in Kenya 

    Nechifor, Victor; Ramos, Maria Pricila; Ferrari, Emanuele; Laichena, Joshua; Kihiu, Evelyne; Omanyo, Daniel; Musamali, Rodgers; Kiriga, Benson (Global Food Security journal, 2021)
    The COVID-19 pandemic has affected all Sub-Saharan economies through a multitude of impact channels. The study determines the medium-term macroeconomic outcomes of the pandemic on the Kenyan economy and links the results ...
  • Discussion Paper No. 234 of 2020 on Youth Employment in the Pharmaceutical Industry in Kenya 

    Luseno, Samantha; Obere, Sabina (The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA), 2020-12)
    The challenge of creating jobs for the youth is at the core of the development agenda in Kenya. This agenda has been driven by the youth bulge that the country is experiencing which calls for adoption of targeted initiatives ...
  • Discussion Paper No. 230 of 2020 on Assessing the Employment Creation Potential of the Tea Sector in Kenya 

    Kataa, Samuel ; Kipsaat Josphat (The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA), 2020-11)
    The objective of this study is to map the tea value chain in Kenya, identify constraints that hinder the growth of the tea sector, determine employment creation potential of the tea sector, and finally determine sectoral ...
  • 3rd KIPPRA Annual Regional Conference [Video] 

    Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA) (Produced by ReWild Africa for the Think Tank Initiative, 2020-07)
    The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA) is organizing the 3rd KIPPRA Annual Regional Conference themed “Enhancing inclusivity through empowering persons with disabilities”. The conference offers ...

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