The state of development communication in the development space is not very impressive. Most organizations communicate their reports, impacts, findings, and what they do, only internally and also to their partners or donors
The Kenyan budget for the fiscal year 2021/22 is themed “Building Back Better: Strategy for Resilient and Sustainable Economic Recovery and Inclusive Growth”. A sustainable economy cannot ignore the effects of climate change,
KCIC Consulting Limited (KCL) is a one-stop center for consulting services. KCL mainly offers a broad spectrum of consulting services to government institutions, Central and County governments, Corporations, International organizations, Small and Medium enterprises, national and international NGOs, etc.
Kenya Climate Innovation Center Consulting Limited (KCL) offers development communication services to organizations that are keen on communicating their impact.
In 2022, the African continent will be in the headline when it comes to matters of climate change. In November this year, the world will be gathering in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, to discuss and agree on how to curtail and, at the same time, adapt to climate change.
Kenya Climate Innovation Center (KCIC) led a delegation of over 50 corporate leaders towards signing a 10-point charter during
The inaugural African Youth Adaptation Solutions Challenge (YouthADAPT Challenge) is climaxing today in a high
The 2021 African Youth Adaptation Solutions Challenge Awards are approaching and after a period
Last week, in my article in the Business Daily I predicted the introduction of climate-related requirements
LE GCA ET LA BAD LANCENT UN PROJET POUR SOUTENIR LES JEUNES AVEC DES INNOVATIONS EN MATIÈRE D’ADAPTATION ET DE RÉSILIENCE CLIMATIQUE AVEC 1,000,000 USD
Le Centre mondial pour l’adaptation (GCA) et le Groupe de la Banque africaine de développement (BAD)
The Global Center on Adaptation (GCA) and the African Development Bank (AfDB) has launched a call for applications for the first African Youth Adaptation Solutions (YouthADAPT) Challenge.
The world’s youngest countries – in terms of the average age of the population – are in sub-Saharan Africa, according to the United Nations’