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State of Kenya Population Report 2020

State of World Population Report 2020

Kenya Health Service Delivery Indicator Survey 2018 Report

State-of-Kenya-Population-Report-2018

STATE OF KENYA POPULATION 2017

FURTHER ANALYSIS REPORT FOR DATA AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT JUNE 2018

Child LQAS Reports

2009 Rapid Child Survival Indicator Survey Report (LQAS – Kenya)

2011-12 Rapid Child Survival Indicator Survey Report (LQAS – Kenya)


2007 Kenya National Survey on Persons with Disabilities

2014 National Survey on Male Involvement in FP and RH in Kenya

2016 Knowledge Attitude Beliefs and Practices Study Report – Child Survival

2015 Kenya Health Facility Assessment Report

KSPA Reports

Kenya Service Provision Assessment – 1999

Kenya Service Provision Assessment – 2010

Kenya Service Provision Assessment Survey – 2004 (MCP FP STI)

Kenya Service Provision Assessment Survey – 2004 (HIV AIDS)

County Adolescents and Youth Survey Reports

Kirinyaga County Adolescents and Youth Survey (NAYS)

Elgeyo Marakwet County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Bungoma County Adolescents and Youth Survey (NAYS)

Bomet-County-Adolescents-and-Youth-Survey-NAYS

Baringo County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Homa Bay County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Busia County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Embu County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Isiolo County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Garrissa-County-Adolescents-and-Youth-Survey-NAYS

Kajiado-County-Adolescents-and-Youth-Survey-NAYS

Kakamega-County-Adolescents-and-Youth-Survey-NAYS

Kericho County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Kiambu County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Kilifi-County-Adolescents-and-Youth-Survey-NAYS

Kisii County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Kisumu-County-Adolescents-and-Youth-Survey-NAYS

Kitui County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Kwale County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Laikipia County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Lamu County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Machakos-County-Adolescents-and-Youth-Survey-NAYS

Makueni County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Mandera County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Marsabit County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Meru County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Migori County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Mombasa-County-Adolescents-and-Youth-Survey-NAYS

Muranga County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Nairobi County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Nakuru County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Nandi County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Narok County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Samburu County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Siaya County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Taita Taveta County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Tana River County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Trans Nzoia County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Turkana County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Uasin Gishu County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Vihiga County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Wajir County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

West Pokot County Adolescents and Youth Survey NAYS

Policy Brief 67- COVID-19 and Older Persons in Kenya June 2020

Policy Brief 66- Manufacturing Agenda: Addressing the Youth Unemployment 
Policy Brief 65- Affordable Housing 
Policy Brief 64- Scaling up Nutrition 
Policy Brief 63- Effects of Population Growth and Uncontrolled Land use on Climate Change in Kenya 
Policy Brief 62- Improving Health Care Financing 
Policy Brief 61- Why Population Issues are important 

Policy Brief 60-  Effects of population Growth on climate 
Policy Brief 59-  Increasing new HIV infections among

Brief 58 POPULATION AND FOOD SECURITY

Brief 57 ADDRESSING THE RAISING BURDEN OF NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES IN KENYA

Brief 56 YOUTH BULGE IN KENYA- A BLESSING OF A CURSE

Brief 55 YOUTH AT RISK-ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE IN KENYA

Policy Brief 54- Increase in Number of Older Persons – Is Kenya Ready

Policy Brief 53- Implication of Levels of Births Across Counties

Policy Brief 52- Health of Kenyan Children – Is It Better Today

Policy Brief 51- Engaging Men to Reduce Unmet Family Planning Need

Policy Brief 50- Harnessing Youth Potential for Economic Growth

Policy Brief 49- Investing in Education and Skills Development

Policy Brief 48 – Facilitating Fertility Decline for Demographic Dividend

Policy Brief 47 – Improving Health of Kenya’s Workforce

Policy Brief 46 – Reducing Maternal Deaths in Kenya

Policy Brief 46- Kupunguza Vifo Vya Wanawake

Policy Brief 45- Family Planning and Reproductive Health- Where are the Men

Policy Brief 45- Upangaji Uzazi – Wanaume Wako Wapi?

Policy Brief 44- Demographic Dividend – English

Policy Brief 44- Demographic Dividend – Kiswahili 

Policy Brief 43- Education & Reproductive Health – English

Policy Brief 43- Education & Reproductive Health – Kiswahili

Policy Brief 42- International Conference on Population Development and Millenium Development Goals – English

Policy Brief 42- International Conference on Population Development and Millenium Development Goals – Kiswahili 

Policy Brief 40 – Reaping Socio-economic Benefits from Kenya’s Population

Policy Brief 39 – Understanding Inequalities in Population and Reproductive Health in Kenya

Brief 38 – Differential Maternal Mortality in Kenya

Policy Brief 37 – Youth – Curbing Early Marriage Improves Prospects

Policy Brief 36 – Strengthening Kenya’s Health System for Better Reproductive Health

Policy Brief 35 – Accelerating Fertility Decline in KenyaPolicy

Policy Brief 34 – A Snap on Population Policy for National Development

Policy Brief 33- Population Health and Environment

Policy Brief 33- Changamoto za Idadi ya Watu, Afya na Mazingira

Policy Brief 32- Ending Female Genital Mutilation

Policy Brief 32- Kukomesha Ukeketaji wa Wanawake- Sheri

Policy Brief 31- Teenage Pregnancy is Harmful to Women’s Health in Kenya

Policy Brief 31- Mimba kwa Wasichana wa Umri Mdogo ni Hatari kwa Afya ya Wanawake Nchini Kenya

Policy Brief 30 -Addressing Sexual Reproductive Health Challeges in Kenya- The Poverty Dimension

Policy Brief 29 – Improving Sexual Reproductive Health Information and Services for Youth- Its Worth It

Policy Brief 28 – Regional Variations in Contraceptive use in Kenya-How Can the Gaps be Bridged

Policy Brief 27 – Family Planning Opportunities at County Governments Under the New Kenyan Constitutions

Policy Brief 26 – Sexual and Gender Based Violence in Kenya

Policy Brief 25 – Are Health Care Services Prepared to Serve Older Persons in Kenya

Policy Brief 24 -Child Health Services in Kenya

Policy Brief 14 – Rapid Population Growth Likely to Compound Impacts of Climate Change

Policy Brief 13 – Fulfilling Unmet Need for Family Planning Can Help Kenya Achieve Vision 2030

Policy Brief 12 – Gaining Ground – Recouping the Lost Decade for Family Planning

Policy Brief 11 – Protecting the Reproductive Health of Young People – An Investment in Kenya’s Future

Policy Brief 10 – Family Planning Inequality & Poverty

Policy Brief 9 – Maternal Deaths on the Rise in Kenya – A Call to Save Women’s Lives

Policy Brief 8 – Integrating Population, Health & Environment in Kenya

Policy Brief 7 – Environmental Factors Affecting PWDs

Policy Brief 6 – Combating Gender Violence in Kenya

Policy Brief 5 – The Other Half of the Equation – Involving Men in Family Planning

Policy Brief 4 – Migration, Urbanization, and Environment in Kenya

Policy Brief 3 – Women with Disabilities Need Reproductive Health Services Too

Policy Brief 2 – An Output Based Approach to RH – Vouchers for Health in Kenya

Policy Brief 1 – Seeking Solutions to Traditional Herbal Medicine – Kenya Develops a Policy 

The Government recognizes the crucial role of UN Agencies, whose support is integral to social, economic and environmental initiatives being implemented in the Country towards realization of national development priorities in line with the Sustainable Development Goals. There are several UN Agencies operating in Kenya and implementing various programmes and projects across the 47 counties. The UN Agencies support resource mobilization, reporting and sharing of global best practices on SDGs implementation in Kenya across the different sectors

The private sector engagement is crucial for successful implementation of SDGs. In Kenya, the private sector has been actively involved in the implementation of several different aspects of the Sustainable Development Agenda.
The Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) which is the apex private sector body in Kenya has initiated and taken part in programs that inspire other businesses to embrace and implement Sustainable Development Goals. The Alliance brings together over 500,000 businesses including SMEs from all sectors of the economy under one umbrella to engage the government and other stakeholders in one voice on areas of interest or issues of concern to businesses.
As a member of the SDG’s Inter-Agency Technical Committee responsible for coordination of implementation and reporting of progress of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Kenya, KEPSA coordinates the development of Private Sector Report to compliment and report the progress of private sector towards Kenya’s National Voluntary Review.

Civil Society Organizations are critical stakeholders in the SDGs implementation. They provide direct services to vulnerable populations, support skills development through capacity building and training, and provide microfinance services for economic empowerment. They also carry out policy advocacy and awareness creation to support implementation of the SDGs.

Since 2017, Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) have been submitting progress reports to inform Kenya’s Voluntary National Review (VNR). The 2017 CSO VNR report was structured to report on progress made in the period ending 2016, and the 2019 CSO VNR report was a biannual report looking at progress undertaken over 2017/2018.

The 2020 CSO VNR report picked up from the 2019 Status report and incorporated the progress over 2019. Importantly, all of the three reports referenced above mirror Government-led VNR processes, with leadership from the SDGs Kenya Forum and its members, and feeding into the government-led country VNR reports and processes since 2017.

Academia and Research Institutions are the primary entities for the generation and dissemination of knowledge across the 17 SDGs. The Institutions facilitate research and innovations on accelerating SDGs implementation in the Country.

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