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Risky behavior in youths and the motivation to earn a living

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Coastal Kenya

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CONTRACTS Many questions   have been asked about this topic. Contracts are important, well yes, but few know that they are legally binding documents. Thus we can safely say that a contract is a legally binding agreement between two or more people. The next question then becomes, what constitutes this legally binding document?First off,there must be …

The European Commission’s Public Consultation on the Regulatory Environment for Platforms, Online Intermediaries, Data and Cloud Computing and the Collaborative Economy “appears aimed at developing new regulations for a broad swath of the internet economy,” states Thomas Lenard in comments released today by the Technology Policy Institute.  The consultation, he added, “potentially implicates the entire …

Integrated Financial Management Information System is an automated system that enhances efficiency in planning, budgeting, procurement, expenditure management and reporting in the National and County Governments in Kenya. As a country we collect revenue and spend it on our Public needs. This Public Finance ought to be properly raised, managed and spent in the most …

The last few years has seen a growth in the number of malls in Kenya particularly Nairobi. This concept was unheard of in the 1980s and 1990s. The arrival of the Narc government in 2002 brought a wind of economic change all over the country. The economy which had stalled in the so called ‘lost …

Nyandarua Governor Daniel Waithaka Mwangi spearheaded multi-million shillings projects in Geta ward, including a Sh10.5 million maternity wards in Kiambogo dispensary. Addressing people during an inspection tour of development projects, Kipipiri sub-county, the Governor also unveiled the construction of a Sh5.8 million Kanjogu bridge that links Kiambogo and Geta locations. Accompanied by area MCA John …

Kidney patients in Murang’a will now be treated at subsidized fee after area governor cut the cost of Hemodialysis treatment. Speaking during the official opening of the renal unit in Murang’a level four hospital, governor Mwangi wa Iria said that the renal units were meant to save lives and not make money. ‘Many people are …

source: tradingeconomics.com Public debt in Kenya currently stands at a record 52.3% of GDP as of 2015. That same figure was 52.5% of GDP according to 2012 estimates by the CIA World Fact-book. This variance represents what the talk of the town in all circles has been lately. Debt burden has significantly increased if the …