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Kenya - Moving towards the tipping point : Kenya - Une période charnière pour franchir le cap (法语)

Kenya is a country with a complex reality: a low-income country struggling to overcome a divisive legacy and aspiring to achieve middle-income status by 2030. Although Kenya since independence has enjoyed only a few instances where gross domestic product (GDP) growth exceeded 5 percent for three consecutive years, reforms since 2000 have improved its economic fundamentals. The country may well be on its way to reaching a tipping point and entering a period of sustained economic growth. Kenya can achieve lower middle-income status (per capita income of United States (U.S. $1,000) by 2020, if it grows at about 6 percent per annum in the interim period. The focus of the investment lending portfolio will be on infrastructure, transport, energy (moving toward more diversified generation), and water. International Development Association (IDA) will also continue to provide the right kind of knowledge that will help policy makers to make the decisions that will move the country forward.


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    Kenya - Une période charnière pour franchir le cap

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    transmission and distribution;information and communication technology;improved water source;water supply and sanitation;millennium development goal;reduction in travel;Disaster Risk Reduction;public sector performance;source of energy;Trade and Transport;trade and transportation;integration of gender;development partner;water storage;Social Protection;competitive exchange rate;control of corruption;telecommunications sector reform;per capita income;Water Resource Management;vulnerability to drought;gross domestic product;supply of energy;economic reform agenda;electricity generation capacity;households with electricity;management of city;Rule of Law;electricity connection;sewerage service;gender mainstreaming;urban utilities;water sector;gender policy;Geothermal Power;urban sector;sustainable technology;thermal option;financing program;global technology;local network;local condition;agricultural sector;Cash Transfer;innovative combination;global knowledge;transport network;government data;Open Data;online portal;Learning and Innovation Credit;export performance;political governance;regulatory quality;fuel price;information governance;Business Regulation;international investor;government effort;wind generation;Aid Dependent;Financing programmes;external environment;Water Management;mitigation measure;mobile money;Financial Sector;investment lending;agriculture sector;human rights;global environment;border post;rail corridor;transportation corridor;cargo clearance;live birth;Infant Mortality;land issue;inclusive growth;social exclusion;monetary management;economic empowerment;resource constraint;environmental challenge;donor funding;internet connectivity;