Almost half of Kenyan teachers make less than $230 a monthPost Date: 2015-09-21
Around 44% of teachers in Kenya make between 16,692 and 24,662 shillings a month ($158 and $234), according to the Institute for Economic Affairs in Nairobi. Over the past seven years, there have been at least eight strikes that have disrupted schools.
Kenyan teachers not that badly paid, data showsPost Date: 2015-09-16
The analysis by Nation Newspex and the IEA shows there are bigger differences in the income levels of teachers in South Africa and Kenya than is the case in Uganda.
The Economics of EducationPost Date: 2015-09-16
Is Kenya spending adequate money to educate young people?
Uganda beats Kenya on transparency in global budget indexPost Date: 2015-09-10
John Mutua, programmes officer for public finance at the Nairobi-based Institute of Economic Affairs, said the highest-rated document in the entire budgeting process is the Budget Policy Statement for containing detailed information.
Kenya ‘locks out’ citizens from Budget processPost Date: 2015-09-10
“Kenya is still weak in providing the public with opportunities to engage in the Budget process thus raising concerns about the lack of progress on improving transparency,” John Mutua, public finance management head at the Institute of Economic Affairs, which conducted the research for Kenya, said.
SurveyPost Date: 2015-09-10
Many Kenyans don’t access budget information
Economist call for transparency in Kenya budget making processPost Date: 2015-09-09
Kwame Owino, CEO of Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), a Kenyan think tank, told a media briefing in Nairobi that the government makes limited budget information publicly available.
Kenya: 'The Pride of Africa' Does Not Deserve Taxpayer SupportPost Date: 2015-08-06
The issue of the moment, apart from the revelations in the Auditor General's reports, is Kenya Airways, which has reported enormous financial losses and admitted to being in debt.
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