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Kenya's Technological and Political Future
Kenya’s future includes a doubling of the population before 2050 and massive urbanisation, moving half the population into the big cities. The nation has a great development potential, but there are

Author: Jan Bezuidenhout
Organisation: Scenario - Copenhagen Institute for Futures Studies
Publish Date: 2012
Kenya: Population and the Next 30 Years
The future size of Kenya’s population will affect the economy, environment, social sectors and the ability of Kenya to feed itself. Achieving the Vision 2030 goals will be unlikely without slowing th

Author: Government of Kenya
Organisation: Government of Kenya
Publish Date: 2007
Kenya: Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper
The Vision 2030: First Medium Term Plan (2008-2012) succeeds the Economic Recovery Strategy for Wealth and Employment Creation, 2003-2007 as the National Medium Term Plan. The document has been produ

Author: International Monetary Fund, Office of the Prime Minister
Organisation: International Monetary Fund, Office of the Prime Minister
Publish Date: 2008
Kenya: Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper - Progress Report
Despite Kenya’s economy being affected by the multiple adverse domestic (post-election violence and drought) and external (global financial and economic crisis and high international oil and commodit

Author: International Monetary Fund, Ministry for state for Planning, National Development & Vision 2030
Organisation: International Monetary Fund, Ministry for state for Planning, National Development & Vision 2030
Publish Date: November 2011
Kenya’s Infrastructure: A Continental Perspective
In the past decade, infrastructure contributed 0.5 percentage points to Kenya’s annual per capita GDP growth. Raising the country’s infrastructure endowment to that of Africa’s middle-income countrie

Author: Cecilia M. Briceño-Garmendia, Maria Shkaratan
Organisation: World Bank
Publish Date: March 2011
Kenya’s Vision 2030: An Audit From An Income And Gender Inequalities Perspective
This report constitutes an attempt to audit Kenya’s Vision 2030 from both an income inequalities and a gender inequalities perspective, and to assess the ability of the Vision to respond to both of t

Author: Society for International Development
Organisation: Society for International Development
Publish Date: 2010
Keynote Speech: Technology and the Future of the Book
Transcript of keynote speech delivered at Information for Change 2011, Lagos, Nigeria, 11th May 2011.

Author: Bibi Bakare-Yusuf
Organisation: www.informationforchange.org
Publish Date: 2011
Keys: Kenya Youth Scenarios
Keys: Kenya Youth Scenarios booklet gives a detailed account of four possible futures Kenya could face by 2031 as a result of a looming youth bulge.

Author: Katindi Sivi-Njonjo & Dr. Mshai Mwangola
Organisation: Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA)
Publish Date: 2011
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