Working with the Kenyan government on development innovation is key to fighting poverty, says Nobel Laureate | Kenneth C. Griffin Department of Economics

Published by Madisson Heinl on 08/31/2021 On a recent visit, Prof. Michael Kremer (second from right) meets with Kenyan officials, including Dr. Sara Ruto (right), Kenya‘s Chief Administrative Secretary of Education, to discuss common priorities for a research-oriented education policy at Jogoo House in Nairobi. (Photo credit: Becker-Friedman-Institut) Economist Michael …

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Kenya as a nation-state founded on cultural diversity »Capital News

The Kenyan Constitution of 2010 recognizes culture as the foundation of the nation and as the cumulative civilization of the Kenyan people and nation. Article 11 reaffirms the value of culture and heritage in the governance architecture. The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines culture as “the common beliefs, social norms, and material …

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Kenya’s government does not allow Matatus to carry full capacity

Matatu’s bus depot in central Thika, Kenya (Photo by In Pictures Ltd./Corbis via Getty Images) The Kenyan Ministry of Transport has announced the resumption of full capacity passengers in the Matatu sector from Monday August 9th. The Kenyan Ministry of Transport’s chief administrative secretary, Christopher Obure, announces the resumption of …

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