Country or Region: Kenya
Sector: Joint Programming
Client: European Commission
This technical assistance facilitates the EU and EU MS contribution to Kenya’s development agenda through the implementation of Joint Programming covering the period 2018-2022 and closely aligned to the Government of Kenya Medium-Term Plan 3. The specific objectives of this technical assistance are 1) to undertake an evaluation of the key lessons learnt, progress, achievements and challenges from the first phase of Joint Programming in Kenya and; 2) to assist EU Development Partners involved in Joint Programming in Kenya to prepare a second phase of Joint Programming for the 2018-2022 period. This project is implemented by Cardno in partnership with VJW International.
Reducing the fragmentation of external development partners through EU Joint Programming is a major EU flagship initiative for development effectiveness and one of the Global Partnership Initiatives. Joint Programming will feature in the EU toolbox for the 2030 Agenda, as outlined in the new European Consensus for Development, addressing in an integrated manner the main orientations in the 2030 Agenda: people, planet, prosperity, peace, and partnership.