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CS Moses Kuria annouces major reforms for Kenya School of Government

Cabinet Secretary for Public Service Moses Kuria has annnouced major reforms to transform the Kenya School of Government (KSG) into a centre for excellence.

Kuria who made his inaugural visit to KSG’s Lower Kabete Campus unveiled 5 pillars that he says will transform KSG into a modern institute and a center of excellence.

The first pillar is to ensure that all public servants from Job Group P and above undertake the Strategic Leadership and Development Programme course while those from Job Group L and above undertake the Senior Management Course as a mandatory requirement.

He will also ensure that all new public servants undertake Kenya School of Government training prior to being absorbed into public service.

The second pillar is to re-establish KSG into the Africa Center for Productivity.

Kuria said the third pillar is to partner with the African Union and re-establish KSG Africa School of Government as a center of training for public servants across Africa.

The Cs said the other pillar is to re-establish KSG as the institution to provide knowledge and expertise on matters of Climate Change and Green Finance.

And finally Kuria wants to restore KSG as the Premier Center for Africa Research.

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