Exploring Kenya's inequality: Pulling apart or pulling together? Launch event 26 November
The Society for International Development (SID) in conjunction with the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) is pleased to announce the launch of Exploring Kenya’s Inequality: Pulling Apart or Pooling Together? with the sponsorship and support from the Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA).
The report examines the state of inequality in Kenya from the county, which is the highest level of administration to the ward, which is the lowest level of administration in socio-economic indicators like: demography, levels of poverty, gini coefficient, levels of consumption and expenditure, access to education, employment, water, sanitation, housing, and use of energy for lighting and cooking.
The report was launched on November 26th, 2013, at Laico Regency Hotel, Nairobi.
This report is a follow up of previous inequality publications done by SID, namely: 'Pulling Apart: Facts and Figures on Inequality in Kenya'; 'Geographic Dimensions of Well-Being in Kenya'; 'Who and Where are the Poor'; and 'Readings on Inequality in Kenya: Sectoral Dynamics and Perspectives', after considering the need to use data as a priority for implementing the devolution process in Kenya. With this work SID has been able to: present simple facts about various manifestations of inequality.
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The report is available online on the new dedicated website of the inequality programme. Click here
For questions or enquiries about the launch, please contact:
The Society for International Development, Nairobi office
Call: +254 20 2737991.