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Policy Brief No. 48 of 2018-2019 on An Assessment of Health Care Delivery Under Devolution: County Briefs
(The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis, 2018)
Quality health care is a basic right in Kenya as granted by the 2010 Constitution. It is also a priority government commitment under the “Big Four” agenda on Universal Health Care (UHC) and Vision 2030. Devolution of ...
Policy Brief No. 08 of 2020-2021 on Exploiting Job Creation Potential for Youth in the Horticulture Industry in Kenya
(The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA), 2021)
The agriculture sector contributed 21.2%, the equivalent of US$ 10.3 billion (2009 constant prices) of the country’s GDP in 2019. Of this, the crops subsector contributed the lion share of 27.8% or US$ 7.58 billion. In the ...
Discussion Paper No. 75 of 2007 on Free Secondary Education in Kenya: Costs, Financing Sources and Implications
(The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis, 2007)
The study analyses the feasibility of Free Secondary Education (FSE) in Kenya. Its purpose is to present an analysis on whether Kenya can afford FSE and how such a programme can be financed without compromising the gains ...
Discussion Paper No. 118 of 2010 on The Role of Education and Training in Reducing Poverty and Unemployment in Kenya
(The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA), 2010)
Unemployment and poverty are major socio-economic challenges affecting most countries. They are associated with under-utilization of resources, while leading to low welfare status. In the past, the Kenya government has ...
Discussion Paper No. 159 of 2013 on Poverty, Growth and Inequality Decomposition: A Household Survey Analysis
(The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA), 2013)
This study mainly attempts to quantify the relative contribution of economic growth and redistribution to poverty changes in Kenya. This is important for policy since a prudent poverty reduction strategy needs to focus ...