Some links here for students and teachers who look at the Kenyan economy as part of their growth and development studies. Growth prospects look positive but even a growth rate of 4% is insufficient to bring about an economic transformation and tackle very high rates of youth unemployment and under-employment.

World Bank video (June 2014)

World Bank Report (December 2012)

Mobile Money and Kenyan Economic Development

Kenya has led Africa's innovative and revolutionary embrace of mobile telephones, and the country's technology sector has grown faster than all others in east Africa's regional economic hub


Kenya has led Africa's innovative and revolutionary embrace of mobile telephones, and the country's technology sector has grown faster than all others in east Africa's regional economic hub

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