- Kenya’s National ICT Policy/Plan/Strategy: National Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Policy by the Ministry of Information and Communications (2006)
- Helpful and more current review of Kenya’s ICT Sector: Timothy Waema, Catherine Adeya, and Margaret Nyambura Ndung’u. Kenya ICT Sector Performance Review. 2009/2010.
- Information about Kenya’s economic profile can be found here, through The World Bank country profiles
- Fortunately, there is a ton of great information on Kenya incorporated into these two larger reports:
- The Networked Readiness Index 2010-2011. The Global Information Technology Report 2010-2011. World Economic Forum.
- ITU. International Telecommunication Union. Measuring the Information Society. 2010.
- Kenya ICT Board 2010.
- Non-governmental Resources:
- Great article: Fengler 2012: How Kenya became a world leader for mobile money. For example, Fengler tells us that Kenya has more cell-phone subscriptions than adult citizens and more than 80% of those with a cell phone also use “mobile money” or “M-PESA.” I highly recommend doing some research pertaining to M-PESA.
- WSIS Stocktaking: Success Stories from the World Summit on the Information Society (this source offers some examples of development projects occurring in Kenya. Example: The project, ‘Reaching out to Rural Africa,’ involved installation of Rural Internet Kiosks, and then expanded to create a technological training program).
- Fortunately there is so much information about Kenya! Although Kenya suffers from low levels of ICT readiness “due to the underdevelopment of ICT infrastructure and the lack of a widespread skill base that would enable society to make an optimal use of technology” and “the cost of accessing technologies is still high for a large share of the population.” Infrastructure is central in achieving the goal of digital inclusion. I wish you happy researching and learning!
 The Global Competitiveness Report 2012-2013. World Economic Forum. 2012. (WEF) pg. 25