This case study is on improving coordination within Kenya’s National Statistical Systems, highlighting the role of coordination mechanisms in building a supportive policy environment for gender data production and use. This case study was developed as part of the 2019 monitoring and reporting process of the Women Count programme. The case study series documents promising results from the programme, to distill critical lessons
learned that can be applied, disseminated, and replicated.
Author: Sylvia Maina
See also: Women Count annual report 2019