27 March 2014

Kenya: Twenty Five UN Agencies Launch a Co-Ordination Effort in Kenya

Twenty-five United Nations agencies in Kenya have agreed on a co-ordination framework to implement various projects worth 225 billion shillings (US$2.6 billion) over the next four years. Under the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF), the agencies will help improve efficiency and reduce costs in advocacy, capacity development, policy advice and other programs related to Kenyan national priorities.

The government has agreed to partner the UN agencies in this effort, which is designed to support Kenya's Vision 2030 development agenda. Similar UNDAF agreements have already been implemented with success in Mozambique, Rwanda and Tanzania.


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