The overall year on year inflation rate as measured by the Consumer Price Index (CPI) was 9.5 per cent, in November 2022. As presented in Tables 1 and 2, the rise in inflation was largely due to increase in prices of commodities under food and non-alcoholic beverages (15.4%); transport (11.7%) and housing, water, electricity, gas and other fuels (6.1%) between November 2021 and November 2022. Read More
The Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) is pleased to join the rest of Africa in celebrating the 2022 African Statistics Day, which has a main focus on agriculture statistics. Read More
On Behalf of KNBS Board of directors, I am delighted to join data users and providers in the celebration of this years’ African Statistics Day.
The African statistical community celebrates the A f r i c a n S t a t i s t i c s D a y with the objective of continuously raising awareness about the importance and use of statistics to support evidence-based decisions supporting socio-economic development in Africa. Read More
It is my pleasure to join the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics and the rest of National Statistical offices across Africa to celebrate the auspicious occasion of the 22nd African Statistics Day. This day is set aside to increase awareness on production and use of official statistics across the continent. Read More
The report provides a synopsis of statistics that reflect similarities and disparities in the level of financial inclusion at county level that would otherwise have been masked by the national averages. Read More
The Women and Men in Kenya booklet provides facts and figures on the status of women and men in Kenya. The booklet presents indicators in 12 thematic areas; Population/Demography, Health and Vital Statistics, Persons with Disabilities, Education, Labour Force, Poverty, Financial Access and Usage, Agriculture, Information and Communications Technology (ICT), Gender Based Violence (GBV), Decision Making and Governance, Peace and Security. The booklet aims at promoting understanding of the actual situation of women and men in the Kenyan society, by providing socio-economic and demographic statistics. The information provided is disaggregated by sex, age and rural-urban residence where possible.
The selected indicators contained in the booklet have been extracted from official government publications mainly produced by the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics. Detailed information can be obtained in the referenced publications and sources. The booklet is a useful resource material for gender programs designers, implementers, advocates, researchers and the general public to advance the gender agenda in Kenya. Read More