PARTY POLICIES

Education

Every Kenyan has a right to formal education. Quality Primary Education will be free and compulsory.

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Health & Sanitation

Healthcare is an important government function in governance. A healthy population is wealth for a country.

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Finance

Financial resources are essential for development and recurrent expenditures. FORD-K will institute prudent tax systems and shrewd expenditure for revenue to spur growth.

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Governance, Law and Order

The new Constitutional framework has opened a new era replete with National Values, respect for rule of law, devolved governance and the enjoyment of fundamental human rights and freedoms.

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Trade & Industry

Trade and Industry are important activities for realizing economic growth and poverty eradication. Quality control is essential for the production of high value and attractive goods. Industrial growth and expanded commercial activities earn revenue and deals with unemployment.

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Food Security

Food security is a serious concern for Kenya which is further undermined by high population growth, rampant poverty, the HIV/AIDS pandemic, poor markets for farm produce and the threat of competition from regional markets.

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Land, Water & Environment

As basic means of livelihood, our land and environment are mismanaged and degraded. Natural supply of essentials such as fresh air, sufficient clean water, soil fertility, and forest cover is reducing daily.

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Housing

Descent shelter is a basic right for a decent life. Prevalent slums in urban areas and scattered shanties in rural settlements paint a sad story in our Housing sector.

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Transport & Communication

There is no meaningful transport policy in the country. The public is at the mercy of expensive uncoordinated private transport operators. An upsurge of Boda Boda and Tuk-tuk transport are not yet a better solution to public transport.

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Co-operative Societies

The Co-operative sector pools local resources to stimulate domestic growth. It is potentially the most inclusive and vibrant domestic enterprise for economic stimulation and poverty eradication.

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Tourism

The significance of the Tourism industry in Kenya cannot be overstated. Kenya is still an attractive international tourist and conference destination.

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Energy

Power outages in Kenya are still an issue of great concern to consumers and prospective investors. The high cost of unit consumption is another major problem.

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Gender Parity

Gender parity is a National value. How to Empower Women, the Youth, People with Disabilities, the Marginalized and Minorities to fully participate in decision making is now the issue.

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Culture & Sports

Kenya’s rich cultural sector is chaotic due to lack of coherent policy and wrangles in management. Rampant plagiary and piracy are exploiting and discouraging our talented Artists and sportsmen.

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Human Resource Development

Unemployment among the Youth and older persons is a universal problem. It is a factor for insecurity and cause for indexing poverty ratings.

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Domestic & Foreign Policy

Africa is still struggling to shake off negative effects of historic wars and conflicts. Piracy on the Indian Ocean and the Red Sea is fueling hostilities and complicating international relations

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