ECONOMIC PILLAR

MOVING THE ECONOMY UP THE VALUE CHAIN

The Economic Pillar of Vision 2030 seeks to improve the prosperity of all regions of the country and all Kenyans by achieving a 10% Gross Domestic Product (GDP) growth rate by 2017.

Within the Medium Term Plan 2013-2017, six priority sectors that make up the larger part of Kenya’s GDP (57%) and provide for nearly half of the country’s total formal employment were targeted.

SECTORS

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  • Tourism
  • Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries
  • Wholesale and retail trade
  • Manufacturing
  • IT enabled services (previously known as business process off-shoring)
  • Financial services
  • Oil and Gas
SOCIAL PILLAR

INVESTING IN THE PEOPLE OF KENYA

The objective of the Social Pillar is investing in the people of Kenya in order to improve the quality of life for all Kenyans by targeting a cross-section of human and social welfare projects and programmes, specifically:

SECTORS

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  • Education and training
  • Health
  • Environment, Water and Sanitation
  • Population, Urbanization and Housing
  • Gender, Youth and Vulnerable Groups
  • Sports, Culture and Arts
Political Pillar

Moving to the Future as One Nation

The goal of the Political Pillar is to move to the future as one nation. It is anchored on the rule of law, democracy and improved public service delivery, transparency and accountability, public administration reforms and security, peace building and conflict management.

Sectors under the pillar

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  • Implementation of Constitution and Legal Reforms

  • Leadership, Ethics and Integrity

  • National Cohesion and Integration

  • Legal Aid and Awareness

  •  Strengthening the Criminal Justice System

  • Judicial Transformation

ENABLERS AND MACRO

DEPLOYING WORLD CLASS INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES & SERVICES

The economic, social and political pillars of Kenya Vision 2030 are anchored on macroeconomic stability; continuity in governance reforms, enhanced equity and wealth creation opportunities for the poor.

The Vision 2030 strategy is to undertake reforms in 8 key sectors that form the foundation of society for socio-political and economic growth.

SECTORS

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  • Infrastructure
  • Information and Communications Technology
  • Energy
  • Science, Technology and Innovation (STI)
  • Land Reform
  • Labour and Employment
  • National Values and Ethics
  • Public Sector Reforms
  • Ending Drought Emergencies
  • Security, Peace Building and Conflict Resolution