President Mwai Kibaki launched the Kenya Open Data Initiative on July 8 2011, making key government data freely available to the public through a single online portal. The website is a user-friendly platform that allows for visualizations and downloads of the data and easy access for software developers. The goal of opendata.go.ke is to make core Kenya Government development, demographic, statistical and expenditure data available in a useful digital format for researchers, policymakers, ICT developers and the general public.
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This dataset shows the number of teachers per county in kenya. It has been extracted from the Ministry of Educations' - Basic Education Statistical Booklet which captures national statistics for the Education Sector in totality.
Based on 2014 Kenya's HIV/AIDS profile data by County
This assesses the HIV/AIDS situation in Kenya's 47 counties with regards to adults and children living with the disease, new infections, gender specific infection rates, homes with orphans and their financial situation.
This dataset contains the summarized distribution of Donor and GOK funded Projects across the Country. Together with the location information on projects the dataset contains descriptive information about the project, the total financial estimates and the average estimated costs per year based on the duration of the project.
Population, 3 years and above by Sex and Highest Level of Education Reached up to District Level - 2009. This dataset is based on 2009 Census Volume II Table 2: Population, 3 years and above by Sex and Highest Level of Education Reached up to District Level
The National Disaster inventory is a record of Natural Disasters including floods, thunderstorms, forest fires, mudslides and disease outbreaks etc. The inventory keeps track of the losses of life destruction of property and infrastructure, injury and displacement due to these incidents.