Start-up workshop of WOTRO-funded project in Nairobi

kick off workshop nairobiThe project 'Dutch Multinational Businesses, Dutch Government And The Promotion Of Productive Employment In Sub-Sahara Africa: A Comparative Study Of Kenya And Nigeria', funded by WOTRO, aims at understanding the nature of the relationship between multinational businesses and their host and home governments and how this influences the character of such companies. The research, using Kenya as its main study and Nigeria as a comparative study, aims at exploring how stakeholders can reduce institutional and operational tensions that affect multinational businesses in Africa.

The project start-up workshop, hosted by the University of Nairobi, took place on 13 and 14 November 2014 in Nairobi, Kenya. Among the ASC staff working on the project were present Chibuike Uche, Akinyinka Akinyoade and Agnieszka Kazimierczuk. The objective of the workshop was to re-confirm with the fully represented project consortium the project goals and discuss the road map for its successful implementation.

Read the minutes of the workshop.

This research project falls under the umbrella of INCLUDE, knowledge platform on inclusive development policies.