Kenya and Statistics
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- More than one in three Kenyan adults are illiterate: survey findings
- UNESCO Nairobi Office 2007
- This report presents the findings of a 2006 baseline survey on the status of literacy in Kenya. The survey used self reporting together with direct assessments of literacy competency skills, and was designed to assist in the developme...
- Assessing changing nutrition patterns amongst children in Kenya
- S.P. Murphy; C. Gewa; M. Grillenberger; N. Bwibo; C. Neumann / Global Livestock CRSP 2002
- This paper compares the results of two nutrition studies carried out during the 1980s amongst children in Kenya. The aim is to compare the nutrient intakes and energy levels. Nutrient intakes of school children in the Embu District we...
- Wildlife corridors and farmers in Kenya: households in dense wildlife areas are not worse off
- P. Kristjanson; M. Radeny; D. Nkedianye; R. Kruska; R Reid; H. Gichohi; F. Atieno; R Sanford / International Livestock Research Institute 2002
- This study aims to provide information to help inform the search for landuse activities that will lead to protection of wildlife corridors and dispersal areas in the Kitengela wildlife dispersal area, whilst at the same time, maximisi...
- Issues in the marketing of livestock in Kenya, Sudan and Ethiopia.
- Y. Aklilu / Institutional and Policy Support Team, AU 2002
- This paper is the first volume in a comparative study of how livestock markets function in Kenya, Ethiopia and Sudan. The studys aim is to identify the key constraints and potentials in the systems operating in these countries a...
- A methodology for predicting poverty without performing household surveys?
- G. Mwabu; M. S. Kimenyi; P. Kimalu; N. Nafula; D. K. Manda / Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis 2002
- Household surveys have two shortcomings, they require considerable expertise to conduct, and they involve large expenditures to collect and analyse.This paper develops a simple method for using poverty indices derived from survey data...
- Legal tools to conserve biodiversity
- C. Lasen Diaz / United Nations [UN] Environment Programme 2001
- This report is one of eight thematic reviews prepared for the Biodiversity Planning Support Programme (BPSP), a programme created to help countries strengthen national capacity to prepare and implement National Biodiversity Strategies...
- Investment in Africa's manufacturing sector : a four country panel data analysis
- Arne Bigsten / Centre for the Study of African Economies, Oxford 1997
- Firm-level data for the manufacturing sector in Africa, presented in this paper, shows very low levels of investment. A positive effect from profits onto investment is identified in a flexible accelerator specification of the investme...
- World Data on Education [country profiles]
- International Bureau of Education, UNESCO 1998
- Country level educational sector profiles (144 in June 2000). Overview describing structure of sector and nationals policies Includes statistcal indicators. Available on WWW and on (free) CDROM.
- FEWS NET Monthly Food Security Updates
- Famine Early Warning Systems Network 1999
- News bulletin from FEWS/USAID focusing on food supply prospects and news for African countries Until 1999 this was known as the Fews Bulletin
- Ethical Trade for Horticulture
- Z. Bainbridge; A. Malins; G. McGowan; M.E. Blowfield / Ethical Trade and Natural Resources Programme, NRI 1998
- Summary of work with European retailers and importers, and African producers and traders to develop ethical standards that not only reassure the consumer, but also make a positive contribution to local people and their environment. Fo...