EC FUNDED PIP PROJECT


Le PIP est un programme de coopération européen géré par le COLEACP. Il est financé par le Fonds européen de développement et a été mis en œuvre à la demande du Groupe des États ACP (Afrique, Caraïbes et Pacifique). En accord avec les Objectifs de Développement du Millénaire, l’objectif global du PIP est de « Préserver et, si possible, accroître la contribution de l’horticulture d’exportation à la réduction de la pauvreté dans les pays ACP».

 

 


 Kenya Rural Development Programme (KRDP)


For increase productitvity and efficiency of food systems in Kenya. ASAL Drought Management is a project funded by the European Union under the Kenya Rural Development Programme. The project, which began in 2011/2012 financial year, supports the National Drought Management Authority (NDMA) to strengthen drought  management structures in the country, increase capacity of ASAL communities to effectively manage drought and  improve resilience KRDP/ASAL DM activities are a continuation of the former European Commission funded  Drought Management Initiative (DMI), which prepared the ground for the consolidation and institutionalisation of the drought management system.

 Overall Objective

To contribute to improved food security in Kenya.

 Specific Objective

Increase the capacity of ASAL communities to effectively manage drought.


 Arid Lands Resources Management Project (World Bank) 


To enhance food security and reduce livelihood vulnerability in drought-prone and marginalized communities in SAL districts.

 

 

 


 Strategy For Revitalising Agriculture (SRA) Government of Kenya 


To promote productivity and diversification. One of the main challenges identified by Kenya on this regard is weak market orientation, poor management and inadequate community and private sector organisation and empowerment. The EC support has been directed towards implementation of the SRA and its  its strategic objectives: promote market and product development by taking a value chain approach; improve extension, advisory, support and other services;  improve access to quality inputs and affordable credit for producers;  formulate food security policy and implementation programmes.

 


 Kenya Horticultural Developement Program (KHDP)


The Kenya Horticulture Development Project (KHDP), funded by USAID and managed by Fintrac, Inc., was established in October 2003 and is being implemented during a four-year period. The aim of the project is to provide assistance to the fresh and processed food sector in Kenya. It provides marketing, postharvest handling, processing and agronomic support for smallholders and allied agribusinesses.