Kenya will host a High Level Global Conference on Sustainable Blue Economy from 26th – 28th November 2018 at the KICC in Nairobi
A collection of films and photographs from around the world that aims to enrich our knowledge, appreciation and understanding of the Blue Economy.
UNDP Kenya's 5 year programmatic Blue print will focus on the following three pillars: i) Governance, Peace and Security; ii)Inclusive Growth and Structural Transformation; and, iii) Environmental Sustainability, Climate Change and Resilience
Young innovators were awarded grant financing for their innovative solutions to youth challenges in Africa
Kenya’s prospects for the extractive industry are promising, though since independence, the modest portfolio of minerals has made only a marginal contribution to the GDP. While the prospects of developing the extractives sector into a major earner for Kenya is promising, the envisaged impacts on the environmental as well as the observed weaknesses in workable laws, regulations and policies requires urgent attention.
Poverty is multidimensional and encompasses much more than income.
This a grant making mechanism Under the Amkeni Wakenya which aims at enabling Civil Society Organizations to respond rapidly to unexpected emerging issues, needs, opportunities, threats or other situations within the governance sector.

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