Past Event

Responding to the Sustainable Development Goals in Kenya

19 March 2016 9:00–16:00

Parklands Sports Club, Westlands, Nairobi, Kenya

Organised by IDS’ Alumni Ambassador in Kenya, this event is being held as part of a series of IDS Alumni events to mark IDS’ 50th anniversary year. The findings from the event will be discussed in a panel at the IDS 50th Anniversary Conference ‘States, Markets and Society‘.

The event will ask participants to consider the following questions:

1. How can Kenya effectively respond to the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals at national and county levels? 

2. Are there knowledge gaps and research capacity issues that need to be addressed in order to do this?


Key speakers at this event include: 

  • Ambassador P.R.O. Owade, Devolution Secretary, Ministry of Devolution and Planning 
  • H.E Governor Salim Mvurya, Kwale County and Alumni  Institute of Development Studies
  • Ms. Sarah Muui, Ag. Director Enablers Coordination Department, State Department of Planning and Statistics at the Ministry of Devolution and Planning
  • Prof. Maurice Amutabi, Deputy Vice Chancellor Kisii University
  • Prof. Peter Anyang Nyong-Senator Kisumu County and former Minister Planning (2002-2007) and Health (2008-2013) respectively
  • Dr. Othieno Nyanjom, Development Consultant, Nairobi 
  • Ethics and Anti Corruption Commission



For further information or to attend this event please contact IDS Alumni Ambassador Collins Aseka on [email protected]


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