This report measured multidimensional poverty among children, youths, adult women and men, and the elderly in Kenya; studied the relationship between monetary and multidimensional poverty; and identified factors associated with poverty among children, youths and women. The report also identities the most vulnerable population groups that are both multidimensional and monetary poor, and sheds light into
geographical inequalities with realisation of rights and fulfillment of basic needs. In addition to addressing the existing data gaps on well-being in Kenya, the findings of the report are readily usable for monitoring Kenya’s progress in achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) targets 1.1 and 1.2, SDG 5 targets and for continuous monitoring of the Vision 2030 and the “Big Four” Agenda among other programmes. The findings of the report are also intended to inform gender-sensitive policies and programmes aimed at enhancing well-being and gender equality at the national and county level.