The Problem Advance in Technology has made the world to be like a global village.
There is increased contact and interaction between people of different continents
and nations. This has resulted in increased global trade. This has force Kenya to
adopt a free market economy and legislation. Consequently this has increased the
people’s cost of living. It has made local entrepreneur to be unable to effectively
compete with foreign investors. It has led to loss of employment and reduced gross
Globalization has also led to the influx of foreign and diverse cultures that has
greatly affected the social and moral fabric of our society. Drug and human trafficking
has become a major problem to the country. The country is loosing its young and energetic
work force that seeks greener pastures abroad.
Policy Vision Shirikisho envisions a country that benefits from the effects of Globalization
where Kenya reaps from the increased global trade, tourism, sports and technology.
We also envision a country that is capable of protecting itself from the negative
effects of globalization for example, protects its local economy from foreign domination
and maintain its social and moral values.
Action Shirikisho will:
1. Enact legislation that discourages harmful foreign cultural activities like drug
and human trafficking.
2. Enact legislation that checks the free market and liberalization concepts to preserve
economic dominance to the locals.
3. Strengthen institutions that promote our cultural values and national heritage
such as the national museums of Kenya and the local film industry.
4. Ensure increased participation in arena in economic, social, political and technological