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Education and Health Services in Kenya : Data for Results and Accountability

ABILITY OF TEACHERS ABSENCE FROM SCHOOL ACADEMIC YEAR ACHIEVEMENT AVERAGE SCORE CALL CLASS TEACHING CLASSROOM CLASSROOM LEVEL CLASSROOM TEACHING CLASSROOM TIME CLASSROOMS COMPLETION RATE CURRICULA CURRICULUM CURRICULUM REVIEW DIABETES EDUCATION EXPENDITURE EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES EXPENDITURES EXPENDITURES PER STUDENT FEMALE TEACHER FOLIC ACID GRADING HEAD TEACHERS HEALTH CARE HEALTH EDUCATION HEALTH OUTCOMES HEALTH POLICY HEALTH PROVIDERS HEALTH SERVICES HIGHER GRADES HOSPITALS HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT HUMAN RESOURCES IMPACT OF EDUCATION INVESTMENT IN EDUCATION IRON LABOR FORCE LEARNING LEARNING ENVIRONMENT LEARNING OUTCOMES LITERATURE MEDICINES MORTALITY NUMBER OF STUDENTS NUMBER OF TEACHERS NUMBER OF TEXTBOOKS NURSES PATIENT PATIENTS PEDAGOGICAL KNOWLEDGE PEDAGOGY POOR PEOPLE PRIMARY CURRICULUM PRIMARY EDUCATION PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIMARY SCHOOL CURRICULUM PRIMARY SCHOOL-GOING AGE PRIMARY SCHOOLS PRINCIPALS PRIVATE SCHOOL PRIVATE SCHOOL TEACHERS PRIVATE SCHOOLS PUBLIC AWARENESS PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC SCHOOL PUBLIC SCHOOLS PUPIL-TEACHER RATIO QUALITY ASSURANCE QUALITY EDUCATION QUALITY OF EDUCATION QUALITY OF LIFE READING REASONING RESOURCES FOR EDUCATION SANITATION SCHOOL COMPLETION SCHOOL DAY SCHOOL INFRASTRUCTURE SCHOOL LEVEL SCHOOL TEACHERS SCHOOLING SMALLER NUMBER SOCIAL MOBILITY SOCIAL SCIENCE SODIUM STERILIZATION STUDENT-TEACHER RATIO TEACHER TEACHER ASSESSMENT TEACHER COMPETENCE TEACHER KNOWLEDGE TEACHER MORALE TEACHER TRAINING TEACHERS TEACHING METHOD TEACHING RESOURCES TEST SCORES TEXTBOOK TEXTBOOKS TRAINEES VITAMIN A WORKERS YOUTH
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Kenya
2013-11-18T17:29:23Z | 2013-11-18T17:29:23Z | 2013-07

Although Kenya's vision 2030 highlights investment in human development, public spending on health and education in Africa has not guaranteed results. Closing the gap between promises, spending, and results depend on what service providers know and what they do: provider behavior is key. The Service Delivery Indicators (SDI) aim to provide critical information to improve accountability for health and education results. The survey was implemented by the Kenya Institute of Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA) and Kimetrica with quality assurance and oversight from the World Bank. The surveys provide a representative snapshot of the learning environment and key resources in both public and private schools, and the quality of health service delivery and the physical environment within which services are delivered in public and private (nonprofit) health facilities. Improvements in service quality in Kenya can be accelerated through focused investments on reforms to the incentive environments facing providers, and in the skills of providers to ensure that inputs and skills come together at the same time and at the same place. This will be critical to ensure that Kenya's gains in human development outcomes continue beyond 2015, bringing the country closer to achieving the promises set out in the vision 2030.

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