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The Nakuru County Governor Hon Kinuthia Mbugua and his deputy Hon Joseph Rutto visited the NCPD Desk at ASK Nakuru Show held on the 5th to 9th July 2016. During the visit, they discussed the principal factors affecting the unemployment and poverty in the region and put a special accent on the uncontrolled gambling practice by a significant part of the population from the age of 18-65. According to the statistics, these people frequently use slots with no deposit bonuses that can be found at numerous casinos on the internet. Sites like <a href=”https://websansdepot.com/machines-a-sous-sans-depot-immediat.html”>WebSansDepot provide guides</a> on how to gamble responsibly, which the Governor thinks can be of enormous help for improving the current …

Dr. Josephine Kibaru-Mbae – Director General

 Dr. Kibaru-Mbae is a Medical Doctor, specialized in Gynecology and Obstetrics and Public Health. She has over 25 years’ experience in the public health sector, with about 20 of these years in Leadership and Management positions at different levels of the health sector in the Republic of Kenya. She started at the District level and culminated at the National level as the Senior Deputy Director in charge of Family Health Services in the country. During her tenure in the Ministry of Health she supported the revision and implementation of several policy documents. Dr. Mbae instituted innovations in in-service training in new technologies and supported training institutions to revise

The government through the National Council for Population and Development is in the process of carrying out a National survey on Male Involvement in Family Planning and Reproductive Health. The Survey aims to inform policy and program interventions in the Country, which continues to be faced by the challenge of low male involvement in family planning and reproductive health.

Male involvement in FP and RH is crucial in the attainment of Millennium Development Goals 3, 4 and 5.  Men are the decision-makers in the homes and their involvement in the health care of their expectant wives/partners, they will appreciate the effort required during pregnancy and child birth and even child upbringing and thereby support …

  • World Population Day 2013 celebrations

  • 2013 Resolve Award

  • Signing of Performance Contract with Cabinet Secretaries

  • Kenya Delegation at the 47th Session of the UN on Population and Development

  • Director General, NCPD Dr. Kibaru flags of one of the teams participating in Male Involvement Survey

  • Mr. George Kichamu hands over to incoming DG Dr. Josephine Kibaru-Mbae

  • Former PNPD Chair Rt. Hon Ekwe Ethuro

  • NCPD Choir Entertain Guests During Launch of 2013 SWOP

  • current PNPD Chair Hon. Andrew Toboso Anyanga

  • SWOP & PSA Reports Launched

  • Sheikh Ibrahim Lethome addressing the Participants during a Family Planning workshop in Nairobi

Our Policy On Anti Corruption

Kenya is committed to root out corruption and in this regard the government has set up institutional mechanisms to fight corruption and impact a national ethical psyche. At the executive level the Public Service Integrity Programme (PSIP) has been rolled out with a mission of ‘restoring and sustaining transparency, accountability and integrity in the public service’. The National Council for Population and Development (NCPD) as a state corporation under the Ministry of Devolution and Planning has signed to translate this policy goal into delivered performance at the agency level.

Members and officers of the Council are expected at all times to cherish, uphold, sustain and maintain the honor, dignity

Mission

To provide leadership in the development, coordination, and implementation of population and related policies and programmes for improved quality of life.

Vision

A well managed population for quality life

Core Values:

As a Council we are committed to the core values and principles of:

  • Integrity
  • Team Work
  • Innovation
  • Non-discrimination
  • Quality service

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Role and Mandate

The role and mandate of NCPD is spelt in Legal Notice No. 120 contained in the Kenya Gazette Supplement No. 68 dated 29th October 2004. NCPD is mandated to undertake the following functions:

  • Research and analyze population issues and develop policies relating to population
  • Provide leadership and mobilize support or population programmes, including coordination and implementation by different organizations
  • Assess the impact of population programmes and make recommendations arising from such assessment
  • Identify and advise on population issues that may not be adequately or appropriately dealt with by the government
  • Create public awareness on population and development issues in Kenya Undertake viable advocacy activities aimed at achieving support on certain population

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Is the Kenya population growth rate a problem ?

FAQ on NCPD-KE

What’s the population of Kenya?

49.7 Milion

What is population growth rate in Kenya ?

2.5% Annually.

Urban population percent in Kenya?

26.5 % and  growing at an annual rate of 2.12 %.

Percentage of Muslim population in Kenya?

A stagnant 11.1 %