Title: The Insights into Constitutional Amendment Bill (2020): Review of Chapter 9 & 12(National Executive and Public Finance)
Date: 3rd March, 2021
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Venue: Microsoft Teams
Nairobi, Monday 22 July 2019 - The Nation Media Group (NMG) has today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to collaborate on the establishment of an Open Contracting (O.C) portal that will provide open data on public procurement data to the public. The O.C portal will enable visibility for media story linkages, data-backed storytelling, access to information for research, and support the shelf life of procurement-related stories after the first period of first publication. This portal will also be the premier resource tool for journalists across Kenya to access critical information on public procurement supporting the timely and informed reporting of stories in this area. The portal will be hosted by the Nation Media Group, developed in collaboration with Hivos East Africa and the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA-Kenya).
Nairobi, April 30, 2019: Kenya needs to develop a more comprehensive policy if its fight against illicit alcohol is to succeed, according to a new analysis of the regulation of alcohol in the country by the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA-Kenya).
Nairobi, Kenya, 05th September 2018 – Kenya has witnessed rapid urbanization since independence. In fact, 50% of the population is projected to be urbanized by the year 2030. In recognition of the emerging challenges the Government initiated various plans and strategies for example, Growth Center Policy of the 1970 that did not succeed in addressing weak urban planning and management and a resultant rise in informal settlement due to weak implementation coordination. In the coming to effect of devolution from 2013, there have been renewed
efforts for better urban governance and management through formulation of the National Urban Development Policy and the Urban Areas and Cities legislation.
Nairobi, Kenya, 12th April 2018 -The matter of the moment has to do with the Big 4 Agenda items fronted by President Kenyatta in his final term in office; one of which is manufacturing. The government plans to create 1.3 million manufacturing jobs by 2022 and use manufacturing to pave the way for Kenya’s future in a bid to move the economy from a low middle income to an upper middle-income country by the year 2030.
Nairobi, Kenya, 15th December 2016 - Discussions about the the middle class in developing countries tend to focus on its potential to strengthen democracy in the respective countries. The evidence for this lacks a sound basis because not all democracies have had a significant middle class and some countries with a large middle class are not democracies. Although democratization does not solely depend on the existence of a middle class, there is some evidence for the potential of the middle class to contribute substantially to the process. For Kenya, a country with a growing middle class that is not fully democratic, it is a claim worth investigating.