Addressing Africa’s first Sustainable Blue Economy conference in Nairobi in 2018, President Kenyatta noted that Kenya’s Blue Economy could easily contribute three times its present share of gross…
With the right precautions, public transport can provide a safe way of getting around and contribute to a more sustainable, more inclusive recovery.
As Co-Conveners of the Grand Bargain (GB) Transparency Workstream, the World Bank Group (WBG) and the Government of the Netherlands are working towards data-driven transparency to improve…
How can countries “build back better” and make sure their social protection systems can respond quickly and efficiently to future shocks?
In 1985, A.V. Dicey expounded on the rule of law as an essential component of constitutionalism. In Kenya, the rules of law and justice are enshrined as national values in its constitution.
In Kenya, women in water utilities face barriers in accessing equal employment opportunities throughout their career trajectory.
Ensuring better integration of refugees into host communities and longer-term investments in both refugees and their hosts.
The global response to the COVID-19 outbreak mirrors the approach that IFC is using to tackle the climate crisis: that investors, businesses and financial institutions must lead the way to a new,…
Cancer, one of the leading non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in Kenya, can have a crushing impact not just on those who suffer from them but also on the people around them.
Members of the World Bank-supported S4YE Youth Advisory Group (YAG) have stepped up to help manage the food crisis in their respective local communities.