This week Kisumu welcomes Africa when it hosts the 9th Afri-Cities Summit that brings together thousands of delegates from across the continent under the umbrella of the United Cities and Local Governments of Africa (UCLG-A).
To guard our independence, we must overcome ignorance. In 1963, Kenya had only 151 secondary schools, with an enrolment of 30,120 students, a number that has grown to 10,487 and 3.5 million students. This and more on this edition of #AgendaKE
From Nairobi Express Way to “green homes”, from revamped railways to the growing Lamu port, from the super highways to affordable housing, this edition of #AgendaKE takes a deep delve into the progress of the country’s Big Four Agenda
In the most basic of explanations, CBA is to CBC what exams are to the 8:4:4 system. However, the two are significantly more different than similar in both form and application. It is the process of assessing how much a learner has achieved in the Competency Based Curriculum (CBC) framework.
Uwezo Fund is a flagship Vision 2030 programme that provides finance to women, youth and Persons with Disabilities (PWDs) to start or run businesses at the constituency level. This issue of Infobytes tells you just how you can be a beneficiary of the Fund.
Most Kenyans must feel like the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation has been around forever. And at 94, technically, it sort of has been. But it always wasn’t the giant media house it is today. In fact, it even wasn’t always KBC.
A university degree is a pretty good thing to have on your head, that’s for sure. However, it’s not the automatic ticket to a successful life Kenyans have always believed it to be. Folks in this country are finally learning that the long-maligned skills-based courses offered in polytechnics (now part of TVET) actually do make […]
Trade is what drives economies. And there isn’t a more sustainable trade than that with your neighbour. The surest way to achieve this is through regional integration. In this issue of Infobytes, we tell you about COMESA’s Masters Programme in Regional Integration.