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Kenya Agricultural Productivity and Sustainable Land management Project (KAPSLMP)

Kenya

Titre : Kenya Agricultural Productivity and Sustainable Land management Project (KAPSLMP)

Pays : Kenya

Date d’approbation : 30-SEP-2010
Date de clôture : 31-DEC-2015

Type de produit : Projet pour l’environnement mondial

Emprunteur : GOVERNMENT OF KENYA
Agence d’exécution : MIN.OF AGRIC.(KAPP SECRETARIAT), MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT

Description
The Kenya Agricultural Productivity and Sustainable Land Management Project (KAPSLMP) development objective is to facilitate agricultural producers in the targeted operational areas to adopt environmentally sound land management practices without reducing their incomes. There are four components to the project. The first component of the project is building capacity for Sustainable Land Management (SLM). This component recognizes the critical need for capacity at multiple levels for realizing the objectives of KAPSLMP, and seeks to address these gaps. It will target communities and service providers for training and capacity enhancement, and will help to build a broader awareness of the potential and impact of SLM. The second component of the project is investments in community SLM micro-projects. This component will support community micro-projects. The micro-projects to be supported will be identified within the micro-catchments’ plans developed by communities to address land degradation and will be implemented using a community-driven development (CDD) approach. The micro-project investments in SLM will support and compliment activities supported by other World Bank projects in the sector. The third component of the project is strengthening the policy and institutional enabling environment for SLM. This component will strengthen the enabling environment necessary for mainstreaming SLM approaches through the policy and institutional landscape. It will also support improved coordination between agencies through the establishment of an SLM secretariat and cross-sectoral institutional mechanisms for SLM planning and implementation coordination. The fourth component of the project is project coordination, monitoring, and evaluation. This component will support project coordination and implementation at the national, regional/district, and grassroots levels, through both existing and new institutional structures. This component will also coordinate the activities related to project monitoring and evaluation (M&E) and impact assessment.

Informations financières
Global Environment Facility (Gef) : 10 millions de dollars EU
Bank-Netherlands Partnership Program : 0,102 millions de dollars EU
Local Communities : 0,4 millions de dollars EU
Borrower : 2,17 millions de dollars EU
Coût total du projet : 12,67 millions de dollars EU **

** Le coût total du projet inclut l’ensemble des financements provenant de la Banque mondiale et d’autres sources, et est exprimé en millions de dollars EU.

Banque Mondiale

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