KNBS

AcronymDefinition
KNBSKenya National Bureau of Statistics (Africa)
KNBSKnowledge Networks & Business Solutions (Brazil)
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MLE Project, Tupange and KNBS, Kenya Urban Reproductive Health Initiative (Tupange): Report of the 2010 Baseline Household Survey, Chapel Hill, NC, USA: MLE Project; and Nairboi, Kenya: Tupange and KNBS, 2011, https://www.
Among the stand-out KNBS performers were Dan Jones, who claimed victory in the School class and Tom Williams, second in the Advanced Club class, in very light winds at Bartley Reservoir.
Oversight Committee vice-chairman Geoffrey King'ang'i (Mbeere South) told Chege the KNBS would lose the case if results for forthcoming Census are challenged in court based on the legality of the exercise unless the Statistics Act 2006 is amended.
CIOC vice chairman Geoffrey King'ang'i (Mbeere South) told Chege that KNBS would lose the case if results for forthcoming census are challenged in court based on the legality of the exercise unless the Statistics Act 2006 is amended.
The KNBS attributed the increment to a combination of the
Consumption of cement dropped from 459,868 tonnes to 450,960 in December 2017,' KNBS said in its Leading Economic Indicators report for the month of December.
The slowed growth in the sector was partly attributed to the extended electioneering period that prompted investors to scale down construction activities," KNBS said in the third quarter gross domestic product (GDP) report last Friday.
KNBS said the cost of basic consumer goods, such as alcoholic drinks, rose by 1.
Kenya Demographic and Health Survey 2008-09: Calverton, Maryland: KNBS and ICF Macro, 2009.
KNBS data show that since 2008, the number of foreign visitors has increased by an average 200,000, with the exemption of the 2011-14 period when numbers declined from 1.
Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) and ICF Macro, Kenya Demographic and Health Survey 2008-2009, Calverton, MD, USA: KNBS and ICF Macro, 2010.