NCPD community dialogue in KEE location in Makueni County. Population and development Issues discussed among them teenage pregnancies, youth unemployment, drugs and substance abuse as well as Gender Based Violence and ways to solve them at the community level NCPD Board of Director Mr. Abdullahi Salat giving his opening remarks during the dissemination process of the Kenya National Population Policy for Sustainable Development at Broadpack Hotel in Vihiga County. The NCPD team paid a courtesy call to the Taita Taveta County Commissioner Josephine Anunga in her offices ahead of the Population Policy Dissemination process taking place in the Coastal Region. The team is lead by Director Research Monitoring and Evaluation Ms. Catherine Ndei, Taita Taveta County Commissioner Josephine Anunga receiving a copy of the Population Policy from a member of the NCPD Board of Directors Mr. Parveen Sigey. Board of Directors Mr. James Kimonye lead the NCPD team in paying a courtesy call to the Nyeri County Commissioner Mr. Pius Murugu who is also the Acting Regional Commissioner for Central Region. The dissemination process of the Kenya National Population Policy for Sustainable Development is ongoing in Nyeri. Courtesy call to the County Commissioner Isiolo Mr. Godfrey Omoding and presented him a copy of the recently launched Sessional Paper no 1 of 2023 on the Kenya National Population Policy for Sustainable Development. H. E the president William Ruto visiting various exhibition stands during the opening day of ASK, Nairobi Trade Fair in Jamhuri Park. Gen (Rtd) Dr. Julius W. Karangi, Chairman NCPD Board, in a Tete-a-Tete with the MC of the evening (MC on Wheels) Muriithi Anhony

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Population Policy for Sustainable Development First Phase of County Disseminations

On 14th October, 2023 Parliament passed the Sessional Paper No. 1 of 2023 on Kenya National Population Policy for sustainable Development. This Population policy for Sustainable Development was launched at the national level in June 6th 2024 and thereafter county dissemination forums started across all the 47 counties. The first phase of county disseminations is ongoing and some of the already done counties include; South Region – Samburu, Baringo and Nakuru counties, Eastern South region – Machakos, Makueni and Kitui counties and North Eastern region, Madera County.

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The National Council for Population and Development (NCPD) was established in 1982 as a department in the then office of the Vice President and Ministry of Home Affairs. Its role was mainly to advice on all matters pertaining to population. NCPD’s mandate was further enhanced under Sessional Paper No. 4 of 1984 on Population Policy Guidelines, and was later revised, to form the backbone of Sessional Paper No. 1 of 2000 on National Population Policy for Sustainable Development.

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