Her Education


The number of women (18 to 34 years) who have completed high school significantly increased from 28% in 2022 to 42% in 2023. However, the number of women with either post-secondary qualification, have gone to some university or have completed university education decreased slightly by an average of 2% from 2022 to 2023.

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Increase in the number of Women who have completed Secondary school in 2023 as compared to 2021

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Of Kenyan women between the ages of 18-24 have completed Secondary Education

Her Education Level 2022

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Her education 2022-2023

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Education Status breakdown

  • A 4% rise in the number of girls who finish high school between 2021 and 2022 would have big effects on brand marketing. It would make a bigger market of educated women with more money to spend, giving brands the chance to target this group with marketing efforts that are more relevant to them.

  • As more girls finish school, they are likely to become more aware of social issues. This will increase the demand for brands that care about society. But because there is more competition for this group, brands will need to stand out by making marketing messages and experiences that are unique and interesting.

  • In the long run, this rise in educated women in the market will make the brand marketing business more innovative and creative.