Kenya Yearbook Editorial Board | Sectors

Youth, ICT And the Future of Work

  • The Kenya national innovation agency (KeNIA)
    The Kenya National Innovation Agency (KeNIA) is a State Corporation established under the Science, Technology and Innovation (STI) Act, No. 28 of 2013 under the Ministry of Education. The core mandate of the Agency is to develop and manage the […]

Affordable Housing

  • Interlocking technology
    As Kenya’s population grows, the Government and other stakeholders have emphasised on efficiency and speed in putting up affordable houses to fulfill the constitutional stipulation of the right to shelter. Owing to the appropriateness of […]


  • Introduction for “Manufacturing”
    This is the first in a four-book mini-series capturing key interventions by the government in manufacturing; from cement to oil and gas and mining and steel sectors. […]

Towards Food Security

  • Beef
    Livestock is one of the sectors with a huge economic benefits and the potential for job creation especially in value addition. It will play a big role in the manufacturing pillar of the Big Four Agenda. Sh. 135.6b – Total value of marketed […]

Universal Health Coverage


  • Nakuru, Kenya’s home of football
    Elijah Lidonde was Kenya’s best striker of the late1940s and across the ‘50s. A huge, broad-shouldered man with a powerful right foot, he was a permanent feature for Nakuru and the Kenya national team whose successes and failures in the Gossage […]

Journey Of Women Trailblazers

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