Kenya Joint Assistance Strategy
The Kenya Joint Assistance Strategy (KJAS) presents a core strategy of 17 development partners for 2007–12. It provides the basis for the partners’ support for the implementation of the government’s development strategy, including the evolving 2030 Vision. It has been prepared collaboratively by the KJAS partners: Canada, Denmark, the European Commission (EC), Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, the United Kingdom, the United States, the African Development Bank, the United Nations, and the World Bank Group. The KJAS presents a shared development vision and intention between the Government of Kenya and KJAS partners, but it is not a legally binding document. Individual development partners will discuss and, if necessary, formalize their bilateral programs and agreements with the government. KJAS partners have committed to formally adopting the KJAS as part of their agency business plans by the end of 2008. Some KJAS partners require the approval of the cabinet and of parliament to formally join the KJAS, and will inform the government and the other partners once this has been granted.
Kenya Joint Assistance Strategy 2007-2012 [PDF, 7.42 MB]