Does Kenya have a stable government?
Since independence in 1963, Kenya has maintained remarkable stability, despite changes in its political system and crises in neighbouring countries. Particularly since the re-emergence of multiparty democracy, Kenyans have enjoyed an increased degree of freedom.
What economic problem is Kenya currently facing?
However, Kenya continues to face significant challenges to sustainable and inclusive economic growth, which have been exacerbated by COVID-19’s economic disruptions, alongside long-running challenges including corruption and economic inequality.
How does the government deal with corruption?
The public is encouraged to report all criminality using the available platforms such as the SAPS Crime stop and all government anti-corruption hotlines. The law enforcement agencies rely on the credible information provided by members of the public in order to institute investigations.
Is Kenya poor or rich?
Kenya is a lower-middle income economy. Although Kenya’s economy is the largest and most developed in eastern and central Africa, 36.1% (2015/2016) of its population lives below the international poverty line. This severe poverty is mainly caused by economic inequality, government corruption and health problems.
What is Kenya’s biggest export?
The country’s major agricultural exports are tea, coffee, cut flowers, and vegetables. Kenya is the world’s leading exporter of black tea and cut flowers. Kenya’s high rainfall areas constitute about 10% of Kenya’s arable land and produce 70% of national commercial agricultural output.
What are the disadvantages of corruption?
Organisational impacts of corruption
- financial loss.
- damage to employee morale.
- damage to organisation’s reputation.
- organisational focus and resources diverted away from delivering core business and services to the community.
- increased scrutiny, oversight and regulation.
How can we detect corruption?
Corruption can be detected through a variety of methods, the most common of which are audits (internal and external) and reports (by citizens, journalists, whistle-blowers and self-reporting).
What is the reason for corruption?
Among the most common causes of corruption are the political and economic environment, professional ethics and morality and, of course, habits, customs, tradition and demography. Its effects on the economy (and also on the wider society) are well researched, yet still not completely.