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Welcome to World Bank Kenya. Our mission is to fight poverty with passion and professionalism for lasting results.
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World Bank Kenya 4h
Want to learn about Kenya's Public Wage Bill? Join us Tuesday at 9 am to launch the Public Wage Bill Management Study!
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World Bank Kenya 8h
SRC to launch the Public Wage Bill Management Study. Join the conversation on Tuesday, June 18 from 9 am.
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World Bank Kenya 13h
1 billion people—15% of the world’s population—experience some form of disability? Join us in building inclusive, resilient & sustainable communities for all. Watch a video [AD]:
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World Bank Kenya Jun 16
We are replacing forests with agriculture, draining wetlands for infrastructure, cutting grasslands for more intensive crops and overfishing our oceans - @KKemper_WB
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World Bank Kenya Jun 16
As the world becomes 🌡️hotter, 💧wetter, and ☀️drier due to , water management has to become a global priority:
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World Bank Jun 15
How can the world keep 100m people out of poverty?
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World Bank Kenya Jun 15
How can help people understand disaster risk? The and have launched a global challenge for innovative ways to from May 15 - July 15. Learn more:
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World Bank Kenya Jun 13
In a poorer country, participating in the job market may require only clothing and food, but in richer economies one may also need to have internet access, a vehicle, and a cellphone.
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Makhtar Diop Jun 13
accounts for 30% of total final energy demand, but less than 5% of that comes from sources. Let’s work towards building a low-carbon future through transport, for the next generation & beyond.
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World Bank Kenya Jun 13
Mismanagement of natural resources can be controlled by fiscal or market instruments such as carbon or pollution permit trading, or the repurposing of harmful subsidies towards good environmental practices via
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World Bank Kenya Jun 13
Access to finance is one of the biggest obstacles women face when running a business. Part of this challenge can be addressed by prohibiting gender-based discrimination in access to credit by law.
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World Bank Kenya Jun 13
With robust growth over the last decade, Kenya is at the pole position to make remarkable progress in poverty reduction.
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World Bank Climate Jun 12
Over 1,200 delegates from 82 countries, 50 workshops, a Pitch Hub competition on solutions with more than 200 proposals, a bustling marketplace of exhibitors, and countless other activities. What happened at 2019?
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World Bank Cities Jun 11
Persons with disabilities ♿️ are likely to have: 1⃣Less education 2⃣Poorer health 3⃣Fewer employment opps 4⃣Higher poverty rates ✅To & boost shared prosperity we must . Learn what can be done👉🏾
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World Bank Kenya Jun 12
Climate-Smart Agriculture Framework Program (CSA-FP), it is aimed at guiding investments into climate resilient and low carbon agriculture
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World Bank Kenya Jun 11
New Podcast Alert! is out today, feat. and Prof. from talking across . 🔈 Happy listening & don’t forget to share with your friends! ⏩
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World Bank Kenya Jun 11
Agree? RT: Investing in the early years is one of the smartest things a country can do to eliminate extreme poverty, boost shared prosperity, and create the human capital needed for economies to diversify and grow
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World Bank Kenya Jun 11
The speed and scale of urbanization brings challenges, including meeting accelerated demand for affordable housing, well-connected transport systems, and basic services, particularly for the nearly 1 billion urban poor.
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WBG Dev For Peace Jun 11
“You can’t tell capital what to do. You can raise awareness but capital will follow its own mandate. We need to bring the private sector in as a partner in a durable way -
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WBG Dev For Peace Jun 11
" influx is also an influx of labor, skills, consumers, entrepreneurs &investors and can be harnessed through their economic integration to grow host economies." Meriem Ait Ali Slimane, Sr Private Sector Specialist
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