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Policy Brief No. 12 of 2017-2018 on Building Household Coping Mechanisms with the Effects of Droughts and Floods Using Financial Instruments
(The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis, 2017)
Effective coping mechanisms are essential to cushioning households’ livelihoods from shocks of droughts and floods. Coping mechanisms entail short term interventions used by households that form foundations for long-term ...
Policy Brief No. 10 of 2020-2021 on Exploiting Job Creation Potential for Youth in Industries Without Smokestacks in Kenya
(Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis, 2021)
The Kenyan economy has over the last two decades experienced an upward trajectory in economic growth. The country’s real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) more than doubled from Ksh 2,150 billion in 2001 to Ksh 5,049 billion ...