The World Bank’s work in Kenya supports the government’s Vision 2030 development strategy, which aims to accelerate sustainable growth, reduce inequality, and manage resource scarcity.
Using GPS devices to collect data on crime hot spots could turn dangerous city suburbs into better places to live.
Nearly 61% of Kenyans in cities live in slums. Building affordable homes would plug a housing gap and stimulate economic growth.
The East African nation of Kenya has a population estimated at 46.1 million, which increases by an estimated one million a year. With support of the World Bank Group (WBG), the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and other development partners, Kenya
This project aims to improve early grade mathematics competency and to strengthen management systems at school and nationally.
Country Director for Kenya, Rwanda, Eritrea and Uganda
The World Bank Group’s emergency response to the Ebola crisis helped to stop the spread of infections and improve public health systems throughout West Africa.
IDA, the World Bank’s fund for the poorest, contributes nearly 50% of its funds to 39 African countries.
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The Doing Business Project provides objective measures of business regulations and their enforcement. See where Kenya ranks on the "Ease of Doing Business."