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Donor Coordination Directorate Reviews Key Donor Funded Programs in Nairobi County

Nairobi, 11th April, 2024

The Directorate for Donor Coordination held a review session with implementing departments for key Donor Funded programs. While emphasizing the significant contribution partners and implementing partners continue to play in complementing the County’s efforts to achieve sustainable development, Mr. Omanga had this to say:

“Donors continue to play a vital role in transforming Nairobi’s landscape, particularly in critical areas like healthcare, infrastructure, slum improvement, and food security. Their contributions not only alleviate immediate needs but also lay the groundwork for long-term sustainability and prosperity. ”
Donorfundedprogs13The session reviewed programs including the CIHEB funded Connect program supporting the health sector to a tune of Kshs 321 Million and the CDC funded SHINE project supporting the health sector to a tune of Kshs 32 Million. The two programs are intended to support expansion of quality sustainable and comprehensive HIV prevention care & Treatment programs in the County.

The National Agricultural Value Chain Development Project (NAVCDP) funded by the World Bank to a tune of USD 35 Million seeks to increase market participation and enhance value addition for targeted Small Holder farmers. The program supports market infrastructure as well as institutional policy strengthening for the Agriculture sector.

The forum also reviewed the World Bank Funded Kenya Informal Sector Improvement Project (KISIP) that is funded to a tune of Kshs 400 Million that targets to improve living conditions through infrastructure upgrade and land tenure regularization in select informal settlements.
Donorfundedprogs11Other Partner funded programs highlighted include Kenya Urban Mobility Improvement Project (KUMIP) and the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) that is expected to inject an estimated Kshs 3.2 Billion into the City’s Mobility Infrastructure and the County Aggregated Industrial Parks (CAIPS) that seeks to invest in value addition through a joint venture funded by GoK and the County Government in the ratio 1:1. The County estimates the investment outlay required for the project at Kshs 1.2 Billion.

Commendable success in the implementation of the just concluded ASDSP project that was funded by the Swedish Government including enhanced incomes for producers in target value chains. The project involved an outlay of Kshs 46 Million.

The Director reiterated the need for implementing departments to familiarize and comply without exception to conditions attached to the grants. He committed to make follow up on the challenges facing the DANIDA program targeting at supporting Primary Healthcare in the County.


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