JOBS: Mass Hiring By Kenyan State Corporation, Deadline of Applications is 26th January 2023
The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA) is a State Corporation established by an Act of Parliament with a primary mandate of providing quality policy advice to the Government of Kenya, private sector and other key stakeholders by conducting objective research and analysis and through capacity building in order to contribute to the achievement of national long-term development objectives by positively influencing the decision-making processes.
Joy For Jobless Kenyans With Certificates, Diploma and Degree As Government Announces Mass Vacancies
The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA) has announced mass recruitment of employees for basic database development. The government corporation agency established under the Act of parliament is mandated with police formulation and guidance for the government of Kenya. In an announcement made to the public through their official website,the Institute is in the process of establishing a database for temporary employees, which will be called up as soon as the opportunity arises.
JOB VACANCIES : Government State Corporation Announces Mass Recruitment, Deadline 12th April.
The Government of Kenya through Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA) which is a state owned corporation has announced the mass recruitment of thirty-six (36) qualified Kenyans to fill the vacant positions in its ranks. KIPPRA whose vision is to be international centre of excellence in public policy research and analysis is a public institution that was established in May 1997 through a Legal Notice and commenced operations in June 1999.
List of Top Counties Where Locals Are Worst Affected By Poverty in Kenya Currently.
Although Kenya's economy is the largest and most developed in eastern and central Africa, roughly 36% of its population lives below the international poverty line. The country was last year ranked the third poorest lower-middle-income nation globally in a study released by the World Bank. Currently according to Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA) report some eleven (11) counties have been singled out as the poorest counties in the country.