Kenya smallholder tea farmers earn Sh63.6 billion from tea exports
By Patricia Mc Kenzie
This grant to strengthen the Institute of Certified Public accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) is part of our commitment to supporting the accountancy profession in both public and private sector.
I cannot emphasize enough the importance of high quality accounting and auditing in ensuring financial transparency and accountability with attendant effect on improving governance and supporting economic growth and poverty alleviation.
By Diarietou Gaye
As you are aware, Kenya’s development agenda is anchored around Vision 2030, the Constitution and the Medium Term Plan II, which the Government launched in October 2013.
We want to reiterate our support to the Government’s development goals. Kenyans have high expectations that after half a century of independence, they are ready to move to the next level of growth and prosperity.
By Prof Njuguna Ndung’u
The government recognizes the vital role the financial system plays in the economy.
In this regard Kenya’s development blue print, Vision 2030, covering the period 2008 - 2030, envisages the financial services sector being transformed into a vibrant and globally competitive sector that will drive high levels of savings to finance the country’s investment needs.
By Antoinette Sayeh,
Your country has made major strides and is an example of the continent’s market-driven economic dynamism.
This has not happened by chance. Rather, it reflects efforts to anchor economic stability through sound fiscal and monetary policies and market-oriented structural reforms.
By Uhuru Kenyatta
The Jubilee Coalition's manifesto packages the national transformation agenda into three principal pillars - Umoja (Unity), Uchumi (the Economy) and Uwazi (openness).
Our starting point is the recognition that Kenya has a strong economy, which is modern in many aspects, but with even greater potential for expansion.
By Henry Rotich
Arising from the implementation of broad based reforms, our economic growth rate has recovered steadily from as low as 1.6 per cent in 2008 to 4.6 per cent in 2012.
This year we expect real GDP growth of around 5.6 per cent rising to 7 per cent in the medium term and double digits by the end of the second Medium Term Plan in 2018.