Through this strategy, Kenya aims to build a just and cohesive society with social equity in a clean and secure environment. It, therefore, presents comprehensive social interventions aimed at improving the quality of life of all Kenyans and Kenyan residents.
This strategy makes special provisions for Kenyans with various disabilities (PWDs) and previously marginalised communities. These policies (and those in the economic pillar) are equally anchored on an all-round adoption of science, technology and innovation (STI) as an implementation tool.
- Education & training
- The health system and maternal health
- Water and sanitation
- The environment
- Housing and urbanisation
- Gender, youth and vulnerable groups
- Equity and poverty elimination
In this episode we explore education and health, and discuss what the goals were and where we are as a country in realizing the vision. Looking at issues such as free primary education, quality of education, funding education and key challenges in the two sectors such as the Corona Virus pandemic.
In this episode you will hear from Prof Gituro Wainaina who was one of the experts in the formulation of Vision 2030. Other voices include those of Kenyans who shared their views about the vision.
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