The skyrocketing food prices and the electioneering environment that Kenyans find themselves in presents an opportunity to have an important national debate that has been ignored for quite a while...Read more
Kenya’s Cabinet Secretary in charge of Environment, Water and Natural Resources, Prof. Judy Wakhungu, has set in motion the process of banning the manufacture, use, and importation of plastic bags...Read more
Members of the public making their contributions in a public forum in Nairobi County (Source: Nairobi City County Website)
The Eastern Africa Policy Centre (EAPC) together with its partners, the Kenya Association...Read more
EAPC's Programs Manager, makes a Point during the Presentation at Blue Post Hotel In Thika.
By Polycap Nyaribo,
Eastern Africa Policy Centre.
14th October, Blue Post Hotel-Thika. The Eastern Africa Policy Centre...Read more
Research and Programs Director- Eastern Africa Policy Centre.
Events happening late last month have provided proof yet again that Kenya’s sugar sector remains in limbo. Mumias Sugar started by...Read more
Some commentators have referred to Kenya’s 2010 constitution as the most progressive constitution sub-Saharan Africa has ever seen. Well, that might sound a little bit like a hyperbole, but the...Read more
They say a man’s character can be deciphered from the character of his friends. This holds true for nations as well, and I can as well say that South Sudan...Read more
As a Kenyan, it is taboo to comment on the issue of the President’s and his Deputy’s trial at the International Criminal Court at The Hague. In Kenya as is...Read more
The face of tyranny is evolving on the African continent. Sure enough, we might have fewer; Mobutu’s, Bokasa’s, Babaginda’s, Moi’s, Gadhafi’s and other men synonymous with despotism at the helm...Read more