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Kenya Social Exclusion Analysis Report

Kenya has a population of over 40 million, officially 42 ethnic groups, probably 60 or more depending on definitions. There are economic, social and cultural inequalities, which can be found throughout the country and generally a sense that the country has not yet learnt to effectively harness its diversity as a strength in its development but rather it has a large number of ethnic, social, cultural and other fault-lines which have consistently divided people against each other. This report looks into these inequalities and provides an analysis of the factors contributing and perpetuating social exclusion in Kenya.

Uploaded on: Jul 20, 2016
Year Published: 2014
Author: Gabriel Ekunoit Naspaan

Resource Tags

Resource Type: Practitioner Resources Issues: Ethnic / Religious Minorities' Rights, Governance, Accountability & Transparency, Other Tool Type: Reports / Research Method: Research Languages: English Regions: Kenya