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The Electoral Process Information Collection (EPIC) Programme for EAC Region

The aim of this project is to conduct electoral research for the greater East Africa region and make it available through the EPIC site.
Undertaken by: ACEG
Countries: Kenya
Project Director: Prof Wafula Masai
Year completed: 2007


Study on the Appropriate Tax Regime for the Tobacco Industry in Kenya

The aim of the study was to undertake independent research on the appropriateness of the tax system for the tobacco industry in Kenya for purposes of providing independent advise to the Government on the best way to deal with proposals made by the tobacco industry for a tax policy change.
Undertaken by: ACEG
Countries: Kenya
Project Director: Dr Andrew Mullei and Prof Wafula Masai
Year completed: 2007


Improving Financial Sector Performance in Kenya: Proceedings of the First Financial Sector Reforms Forum

This publication contains the proceedings of the Kenya Financial Sector Reforms Forum held in April 2004. The Forum brought together more than 100 leading representatives of financial institutions, senior policymakers, researchers and scholars, representatives of multilateral and bilateral development agencies, central bankers and a cross-section of users of financial resources and services to review the weaknesses of the financial sector and to build broad-based consensus on how to improve access to financial resources and services, and promote efficiency and stability in the sector.
Undertaken by: ACEG
Countries: Kenya
Project Director: Dr Andrew Mullei and Prof Wafula Masai
Year completed: 2007


Voices of Reason Project

The aim of this project was to facilitate a forum for a group of concerned Kenyan citizens to conduct research and air their views on the constitution-making process in Kenya.
Undertaken by: ACEG
Countries: Kenya
Project Director: Prof Wafula Masai
Year completed: 2006


Forecasting Kenya’s ODA Project

The purpose of this assignment was to give the Government of Kenya and her development partners accurate information on donor funding prospects.
Undertaken by: ACEG
Countries: Kenya
Project Director: Prof Wafula Masai and Prof Terry Ryan
Year completed: 2006


Nairobi Water Consumers’ Perceptions (Satisfaction) Survey

The objective of the Survey was to carry out an assessment and provide feedback on the level of consumer satisfaction with the water and sewerage services provided in Nairobi.
Undertaken by: ACEG and Central Bureau of Statistics
Countries: Kenya
Project Director: Prof Wafula Masai
Year completed: 2006


African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM) Project

The APRM was a national process acceded by the member states of the AU as an African self-monitoring mechanism. The objective of the APRM project was to propose overall methodology (desk research instruments, expert respondents’ instruments, national household sample survey instrument, and Focus Group Discussion guidelines and checklists) for the APR Kenya Self Assessment.
Undertaken by: ACEG and Central Bureau of Statistics
Countries: Kenya
Project Director: Prof Wafula Masai
Year completed: 2006


EABL Study on an Appropriate Tax Regime for the Beer Industry in Kenya

The aim of the project was to study and recommend the appropriateness of the tax system for the beer/spirits industry in Kenya.
Undertaken by: ACEG
Countries: Kenya
Project Director: Prof Wafula Masai
Year completed: 2006


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ACEG at a glance

This document gives you a snapshot of ACEG programs, along with resources, short bios of directors and senior staff, contact info, and answers to frequently asked questions

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