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Kenya

  1. Women leading local humanitarian response during the Covid-19 pandemic

    Working papers

  2. Understanding the role of development finance institutions in promoting development: an assessment of three African countries

    Research reports

  3. How women have led local humanitarian responses during Covid-19

  4. The role of the AfCFTA in promoting a resilient recovery in Africa

    Research reports

  5. Why LGBTQI+ services must be intersectional

  6. Intersecting exclusions: experiences of violence and displacement among LGBTQI+ communities in Kenya

    Research reports

  7. Notes from Africa 2: Kenya

  8. Fiscal decentralisation and redistributive politics: evidence from Kenya

    Working papers

  9. Fiscal decentralisation and redistributive politics: evidence from Kenya

    Briefing/policy papers

  10. Intersecting exclusions: displacement and gender-based violence among people with diverse sexualities and gender identities in Kenya

    Literature reviews

  11. Pushing people further into poverty: the impact of Covid-19 in lower- and middle- income countries

  12. Action urged on teenage pregnancy and HIV, as new report reveals high rates in Homa Bay

    Press Release

  13. Post-Brexit trade for development: an unfulfilled promise

  14. Public narratives and attitudes towards refugees and other migrants: Kenya country profile

    Briefing/policy papers

  15. Africa trade and Covid‑19: the supply chain dimension

    Working papers

  16. Shaping the macro-economy in response to Covid-19: a responsible economic stimulus, a stable financial sector and a revival in exports

    Project

  17. Supporting Pastoralism and Agriculture in Recurrent and Protracted Crisis (SPARC)

    Project

  18. Unintended pregnancies and HIV among adolescents and young people: a situation analysis of Homa Bay, Kenya

    Research reports

  19. Infographics: human mobility in cities

  20. What Kenyan ghost-writers can teach us about prejudice in the digital gig economy