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Kenya

This booklet discusses opportunities open to, as well as challenges facing Kenyans during the period when the country is going through a constitutional review process and the period of transition from one government to another. The booklet identifies political and socio-economic governance, human rights, nationhood, citizenship, corruption, and ultimately, people
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Countries: Kenya
Project Director: Dr Andrew Mullei
Year completed: 2003


Dissemination Workshop of a Project on Governance and Fiscal Policy Systems in Kenya (September 16 2003)

The main purpose of the Workshop was to disseminate the results of the project on
Undertaken by:
Countries: Kenya
Project Director: Prof Wafula Masai
Year completed: 2003


Dissemination Workshop for a Study on Institutionalising Democratic Governance in Kenya (June 30 2003)

The primary objective of the Workshop was to present the findings of a study on institutionalising democratic governance in Kenya undertaken on six key research issues that are critical to the institutionalisation and deepening of governance in Kenya, and to brainstorm on the way forward for institutionalising democratic governance in Kenya in this transition period with a view to the restoration of confidence in institutions of governance, enhancing integrity in public life, and the need for a new development paradigm.
Undertaken by:
Countries: Kenya
Project Director: Prof Abdalla Bujra
Year completed: 2003


Dissemination Workshop for a Study on Status of Governance in Kenya (February 04 2003)

The primary objective of the Workshop was to present the findings of a study on the various dimensions of governance in Kenya based on three research instruments developed by Economic Commission for Africa, and to brainstorm on the way forward for the monitoring and evaluation of the governance situation in Kenya.
Undertaken by:
Countries: Kenya
Project Director: Dr Andrew Mullei
Year completed: 2003


The First Reprint of

This book is designed to create greater awareness of the effects and consequences of corruption and to help build public consensus on the need to fight corruption. It draws from both theoretical and practical insights to suggest anti-corruption strategies that emphasize preventive rather than punitive measures. The book offers suggestions on an action plan to deal with corruption and concludes that preventing corruption helps to reduce poverty, improve service delivery and restore public confidence. The reprinting of the book has aided wider distribution to secondary schools in Kenya and to research institutes across Africa.
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Countries: Kenya
Project Director: Dr Andrew Mullei
Year completed: 2002


Dissemination Workshop on The Impact and Potential of ICTs in MSEs: A Case Study of Kenya and Ghana (November 07 2002 Nairobi - February 20 3003 Accra)

The main purpose of the Workshop was to disseminate the results of the project on
Undertaken by:
Countries: Ghana, Kenya
Project Director: Dr Andrew Mullei
Year completed: 2002


Peer Review Workshop on Growth and Transformation of Small Firms in Africa (June 22 2002)

The primary objective of the Workshop was to review and discuss the preliminary results emerging from a multi-country study of small firms in Africa, covering Ghana, Kenya and Zimbabwe. The Workshop brought together lead researchers from each of the countries covered in the study in addition to a few selected scholars who are well-versed on issues of microenterprise development in Africa. The overall purpose of the Workshop was to enable the three research teams to share the preliminary results of their country studies and receive feedback on aspects of the studies that require improvement to enhance comparability and overall quality.
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Countries: Ghana, Kenya, Zimbabwe
Project Director: Dr Andrew Mullei
Year completed: 2002


Regional Dialogue and Dissemination Workshop on Costs and Benefits of Regional Integration in East Africa (February 21 2002)

The primary objective of the Workshop was to present the findings of a research project identifying and quantifying the costs and benefits to Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania of trade integration in East Africa. The forum provided an opportunity for various stakeholders from the public and private sectors to debate on the adequacy of the research findings and recommendations towards a speedy implementation of treaty and protocols of the EAC. The EAC Secretariat welcomed the findings because they were in the process of drawing up the framework of the EAC Customs Union.
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Countries: Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania
Project Director:
Year completed: 2002


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ACEG at a glance

This document gives you a snapshot of ACEG programs, along with resources, short bios of directors and senior staff, contact info, and answers to frequently asked questions

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