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Impact of Senator Keg on the Kenyan Society and on its Consumption of Illicit Beverages

The objectives of this assignment were: (i) to conduct an empirical study on Senator Keg to review the extent to which the objectives of the Senator Keg Project have been achieved and to comprehensively measure and document the effects of Senator Keg on the Kenyan society; (ii) to inform EABL's future business strategy; and (iii) to inform the Government's fiscal policy on alcohol.
Undertaken by: ACEG
Countries: Kenya
Project Director: Prof Wafula Masai
Year completed: 2014


The Second African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) Review of Kenya

The main purpose of the second APRM Review for Kenya is to assess progress made in governance and socio-economic development since the base review of 2006 and to prepare a progress report on the APRM Process in Kenya, including a consolidated report on progress in the implementation of National Programme of Action (NPOA). . The specific objectives of the second review are to strengthen and institutionalize the APRM process in Kenya; to determine the extent to which NPOA is being implemented and its continued relevance (this will form the basis for proposing and adopting a new NPOA); to examine whether the best practices identified in the Base Review are being reinforced and promoted; and, to address any new and emerging issues relevant to governance and socio-economic development in Kenya.
Undertaken by: ACEG
Countries: Kenya
Project Director: Dr Nehemiah Ngeno
Year completed: 2014


EAC Study on the Rules of Origin

The East African Community (EAC) is currently negotiating an Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) with the European Commission (EC) that replaces the Cotonou Agreement. In December 2007, EAC and EC entered into an interim Economic Partnership Agreement to govern trade between the two parties before a final agreement is reached. One of the major areas to be negotiated is the rules of origin (RoO) that are expected to apply to trade between EAC/EC and third parties. The purpose of the study was to propose simple (RoO) that would form the basis for the EPA negotiations between EAC and the EC.
Undertaken by: ACEG
Countries: EAC Countries
Project Director: Dr Nehemiah N'geno
Year completed: 2009


EAC-COMESA-SADC Tripartite Free Trade Area (FTA) Roadmap

The overall objective of this study is to guide the harmonisation process for the formation of the Free Trade Area (FTA) for the three regional trade blocs - East African Community (EAC), South Africa Development Corporation (SADC), and Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA). The study will specifically propose the modalities and a roadmap for the establishment of the FTA, formulate a legal and institutional framework to underpin the FTA, and propose measures to facilitate the movement of business persons across the region.
Undertaken by: ACEG
Countries: Eastern & Southern Africa Countries
Project Director: Dr Nehemiah N'geno
Year completed: 2009


Constraints Facing Kenyan Exports to the United States of America

The objective of this study was to analyze and produce a report on transactional and policy constraints affecting export trade between Kenya and USA and to prepare a guidebook for Kenyan exporters to USA.
Undertaken by: ACEG
Countries: Kenya
Project Director: Prof Wafula Masai
Year completed: 2007


Review of Progress under the Economic Recovery Strategy for Kenya

The aim of this project was to assess and report on the status of Economic Growth, Equity and Poverty, and Governance in Kenya in FY 2005/06.
Undertaken by: ACEG
Countries: Kenya
Project Director: Prof Wafula Masai
Year completed: 2007


Excise Tax Harmonization for Cigarettes in East Africa

This study aimed to prepare a background report on the rationale and impact of recent excise tax reforms in Kenya, and propose Cigarette Excise Tax Harmonization for EAC region.
Undertaken by: ACEG
Countries: Kenya
Project Director: Prof Wafula Masai
Year completed: 2007


Constraints Facing Kenyan Exports to the United States of America

The objective of this study was to analyze and produce a report on
Undertaken by: ACEG
Countries: Kenya
Project Director: Prof Wafula Masai
Year completed: 2007


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