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Kenya Kenya has progressively embedded global/regional rights provisions for women/girls within national/local mandates. Economic growth is being facilitated by investments in education, agriculture, and service-based sectors including for women. Further progress can be achieved – across education, health, and employment, by co-opting county governments to continue implementing programmes.

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Advocate for the Kenyan Government to prioritise the ratification of the ILO Conventions on Domestic Workers (No 189) and Violence and Harassment (No 190).



Assess and purse opportunities for partnership between microfinance institutions and NGOs to support women-led SMEs to become bankable.

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Collect more (and robust) national data on unpaid care work, specifically related to the impact of COVID-19 on childcare, to develop evidence-based policies/programmes.


Sectors Covered

The Kenya country report covers the Agriculture (Maize, Livestock), and Transport sectors, including sector-specific key findings and proposed policy and programmatic recommendations.





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