This policy and programming brief is designed to draw from the multi-dimensional poverty analysis (MDPA) research findings a set of actionable points for programming and for policy dialogue.
This brief highlights the delicate state of Kenyan democracy and the challenges for stronger representation of the interests of poor people, and the need to keep supporting Kenyan CSOs; but also identifies the trend towards devolution and equitable revenue allocation to the counties as a promising policy arena as well as for CSO engagement with government.
Author: Andrew Shepherd
This report and the policy brief were financed by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida). The report and the policy brief present the views of the authors, which are not necessarily those of Sida or the Embassy of Sweden in Nairobi