The gist of this programme involves using the media to create awareness to the public on inequalities in Kenya and how it affects their growth in terms of economic decision, political decisions and how resources are used. The project seeks to engage with the editors of the media houses on how effectively to cover inequality issues while at the same time train journalists throughout the country on how to mainstream inequalities in their articles with a view of impacting policy.
Partners of this project are:
A result of the project was the National Conference on Equity and Growth. This conference was held from 22nd - 23rd May 2006 in Nairobi, Kenya.
More on the project: http://www.inequalitykenya.or.ke
"The Geographical Dimensions of Well-Being in Kenya" (also known as Poverty maps) generally indicates the geographical spread or distribution of poverty and well-being in Kenya.
The first volume provides data on poverty up to location level, and the second volume provides data up to constituency level.
produced and published by the Central Bureau of Statistics, Ministry of Planning and National Development, and the second volume was in collaboration with the Society for International Development (SID) and The World
The second volume can be accessed from the Central Bureau of Statistics site at