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New faces in Vision 2030 Delivery Board

THE VISION

 To Create a Globally Competitive and Prosperous Nation with a High Quality of life by 2030                                          

PILLARS

The Vision is anchored on three pillars which are the basis for comprehensive national development

PROJECTS

View Kenya Vision 2030’s  Flagship projects that form the foundation of our five-year Medium-Term Plans.

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The new prefab terminal has a capacity to handle 2.5 million passengers annually and will cater for both international and domestic departures and arrivals.

The additional volume injected by the new terminal brings the airport’s capacity to 7.5 million passengers annually. JKIA currently handles an estimated 6.5 million passengers annually.
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#FunInsight: The #SGR Railway Sleepers are made upside down until the final stage of overturning. ... See MoreSee Less

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Here is a picture of the steam-full kiln used in the production of the #SGR Sleepers...Good morning all #V2030inatendeka ... See MoreSee Less

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A sneak peak of the ongoing construction of the Isiolo Airport.
The administration block has a floor area of 1025 sq.m & a passenger terminal car park for upto 200 cars #V2030inatendeka
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Today we are glad to announce the completion of the Isiolo 2.3km runway that will make the region more accessible as there will be direct flights...Good morning Kenya #V2030inatendeka ... See MoreSee Less

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Vision 2030 Delivery Secretariat is painting a rosy picture for Kenya’s farmers with expected injection of 150,000 Metric Tons of NPK fertilizer into the market by next year. This comes on the heels of a Shs. 103 billion ($1 billion) first phase of the fertilizer plant opening in Eldoret, Uasin Gishu County.

Mooted under the Vision 2030’s Fertilizer Cost Reduction Strategy, the plant is a public-private partnership between government and Toyota Tsusho East Africa to streamline manufacturing, supply and distribution of the vital farm input.

According to Vision 2030 Delivery Secretariat Ag. Director Prof. Gituro Wainaina, Uasin Gishu County farmers are set to enjoy quality competitively priced fertilizers with a factory located at the country’s biggest fertilizer market.

“We expect the cost of production to drastically reduce upon the completion of the local plant. It is valued that 40 per cent of the cost of fertilizer is due to freight and port handling charges,” said Prof. Wainaina.

He was speaking during a courtesy call to Uasin Gishu County Government ahead of the launch of the Toyota Tsusho backed fertilizer plant to be launched by Deputy President William Ruto.

Insert: Deputy President William Ruto commissions the Toyota Tshusho fertilizer plant in Uasin Gishu County on Friday.
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Our vision is to create a globally competitive & prosperous nation with high quality of life by 2030 #V2030inatendeka ... See MoreSee Less

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Good morning Kenya, today we recognize the ongoing Port improvements geared to spur economic growth. #V2030inatendeka ... See MoreSee Less

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In our efforts to deploy first class infrastructure and facilities, here is what's been achieved in the infrastructure sector on roads #V2030inatendeka ... See MoreSee Less

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Construction of the Lamu port under #LAPSSET will transform Lamu into an international port handling over 24 Million tonnes of cargo. It is expected to reduce congestion at Mombasa and increase inter-regional trade all under Kenya’s vision 2030. #V2030Inatendeka

Insert :The new Kenya Ports Authority container terminal at Mombasa
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China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC) is set to ship in 10 locomotives next month to be used in laying the track of the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR).
This is two months before the actual laying of the rail starts in November as the Chinese contractor races to beat the June 2017 deadline set by the government.
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According to AVIC International, the competition seeks to empower students in Technical Training Institutions (TTIs) by upgrading their skills to enable them get quality jobs or become entrepreneurs. This move intends to impart new ideas in the Kenyan trade sector through a youthful outfit. ... See MoreSee Less

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A Chinese firm AVIC International has launched the second sponsorship season under the Africa Tech Challenge for students in technical institutions in Kenya aimed at upgrading their skills.

This Chinese firm will conduct selections in counties to identify bright students who will be sponsored for further education in China. AVIC will organise the selection in collaboration with the Ministry of Education Science and Technology.
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A multi-million shilling Naivasha biogas power project is set to inject an additional 2.2 megawatts into the national grid on completion.

The Sh765 million Anaerobic Digester plant launched last week is part of the Gorge Farm Energy Park. The construction of a further 10-megawatt solar generation plant is also expected to begin next year.

Speaking at the plant’s commissioning last week, Tropical Power managing director Johnnie McMillan said 50 per cent of the power produced would be sold to the Gorge Farm, and the rest to Kenya Power.
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Prof.Wainaina said the LAPSSET Corridor represented an investor ready project for Japan, creating a mutual benefit by bringing together capital and know-how from both countries.

“Kenya has taken up to construct the 3 berths of the Lamu Port at a cost of. The remaining 29 berths offer massive opportunities for local and foreign private sector partnership investment,” he said.

The seven key infrastructure project components of the LAPSSET Corridor Program are estimated at Kshs. 2,4 trillion ($24.5 billion) in construction costs.

Japan is currently developing Mombasa Port’s berth 20. Kenya has held discussions with Japan on fast-track berth number 21 and 22 in its bid to develop a strategic seaport of the East and Central African region.
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Kenya is angling for an increased share of the Kshs.3.2 trillion ($32 billion) purse set aside by Japan for investment and development assistance to Africa.

In a trade meeting with a Japanese delegation to Kenya, the Vision 2030 Delivery Secretariat asked Japanese investors to exploit Kenya’s investment vehicles to tap into Kenya’s immediate needs for intermodal transport infrastructure and energy.

According to the Secretariat’s Ag. Director General Prof. Gituro Wainaina, Kenya’s energy and transport will earn the Asian giant, high project returns expected of mega-projects in Africa.

“The bankable projects within these sectors are economically viable and estimated to inject between 2-3 percent of GDP to the economy. They will further yield a substantial 5-8 percent of the country’s GDP through attracted and generated investments,” said Prof. Wainaina.
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Lake Turkana Resort City layout #LAPSSET ... See MoreSee Less

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The Isiolo resort city by design sits on 6,000 acres between two hills on the Kipsing Gap.The city will border an artificial lake, Lewa conservancy, the Samburu game reserve and Isiolo old town. #LAPSSET ... See MoreSee Less

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Construction of the proposed resort cities in Isiolo & Lake Turkana region has finally been given the green light.
The realization and implementation of the Isiolo resort city was initiated three years ago by the former president of Kenya Hon. Mwai Kibaki
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Qatar-based Doha Bank Group is planning to enter the Kenyan market as its gateway to expanding across the African continent.

In a meeting with officials of the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (Kepsa), Doha Bank Group chief executive, Dr Raghavan Seetharaman, said the lender is seeking to expand its operations in Africa by leveraging on Kenya as a key financial hub.

Its focus would be to offer low-cost capital lending to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and for infrastructure development through partnerships with local financial institutions.

“What we hope to do is to partner with local banks to offer affordable cost-effective credit facilities. For a country whose inflation is at about 6 per cent, it is not logical to have lending rates above 15 per cent. We can structure loans below 10 per cent and even as low as 8 per cent. This would do wonders for your SMEs, which can then scale up to the mutual benefit of our economies,” Dr Seetharaman said.
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"Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn" - Benjamin Franklin. #V2030Inatendeka ... See MoreSee Less

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