KRA partners with London School of Economics in key programme

Government officials representing Kenya during international negotiations are set to have a higher bargaining power in the coming days. This follows introduction of an executive programme on economic diplomacy through a partnership between KRA and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). LSE is one of the top institutions globally in economics, fiscal policy and related areas such as economic diplomacy. The programme, which kicked off on 20th August, 2018 at a Naivasha hotel, is a postgraduate-level tailored for experts, professionals and bureaucrats who engage in international negotiations of treaties, agreements and other instruments of diplomacy. Kenya School of Revenue Administration (KESRA) Acting Head Dr Fred Mugambi termed the programme a fulcrum for the country that will give Kenya a better bargaining power during international negotiations