Poverty reduction Approaches in Kenya: Assessing the Usefulness of the Right Based Approach in Kenya

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  • Wambua Leonard Munyao, Ph.D Management University of Africa Lecturer, School of Business and Leadership Nairobi, Kenya

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https://doi.org/10.18533/journal.v2i1.61

Keywords:

Poverty, Rights Based Approach, Duty Bearers, Holders, Human Right

Abstract

While billions of dollars have been spent in development projects in least developed countries, poverty continues to increase. This study proposes human-rights based approach to poverty eradication. To this end, the study seeks to assess the key determinants of use of rights- based approaches to poverty reduction and it’s usefulness in Kenya with special reference to NGOs in Kibera. The study further high lights some of the basic skills of implementing the rights based approach to poverty reduction. The attempts to establish the proportion of NGOs applying rights based approach to poverty reduction in Kibera Division as well. The review of relevant literature has been undertaken and a field study done. The study is informed by a qualitative human rights framework.

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