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AD754: For the first time in a decade, Kenyans see management of the economy as their most important problem
Rise from No. 6 spot points to economic pressures on households.
Child well-being in Kenya
The people's perspective
AD710: Dissatisfaction, disengagement mark outlook of young Kenyans
Management of the economy, corruption, and unemployment are the most important problems that youth want their government to address.
AD704: Kenyans want greater government efforts to close persistent gender gaps
Survey findings show women still trail men in education, asset ownership, and financial autonomy.
AD696: Kenyans want more government action to fight climate change, and stand ready to help
Citizens say greater effort is also needed from developed countries and private sector.
AD680: Kenyans see gains on education, though some still harbour doubts about new curriculum
Citizens give government good marks on education but don’t think they could obtain information about school budgets.
AD678: Kenyans want government to prioritise environmental protection, even at the expense of job creation
Most citizens want tighter regulation of the resource extraction industry to reduce its impact on the environment.
Kenya climate change country card
The people's perspective on climate change in Kenya.
AD560: Most Kenyans see domestic violence as a private rather than criminal matter
Citizens reject spousal abuse but think women are likely to be criticized or shamed if they report gender-based violence to the authorities.
AD554: Kenyan government gets mixed reviews on child welfare, especially from disadvantaged citizens
Poor or unschooled citizens are less confident that support is available for vulnerable children
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