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This paper is an introduction to the economics of climate change policy. The goal is to help the reader understand how analysts use computer models to make projections of mitigation costs and climate change impacts, and why projections made by different groups differ.
In the 21st century Kenyans have come up with different strategies to advocate for development and social change. These strategies are mostly based on economic issue, political issue, and social issues those which are affecting the development and growth of our country.
This essay is a discussion of how Social Policy had an impact to the National Health Service (NHS); the essay will pace the discussion in the context of some of the economic, political and social concepts that influence the development of social policy in the NHS.