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Kenya - Joint IDA-IMF staff advisory note and the first medium term plan (2008-2012) for Kenya vision 2030 (Inglês)

This joint staff advisory note (JSAN) reviews the Kenya vision 2030 (the vision) first medium term plan (MTP) 2008-12 prepared by the Government of the Republic of Kenya. The vision and the MTP are structured around three pillars: economic, social, and political. The economic plan focuses on six sectors: tourism, agriculture, manufacturing, trade, information technology, and financial services. The social pillar concerns education, health, environment, water and sanitation, population, urbanization and housing, and gender, vulnerable groups, and youth. Finally, the political pillar addresses efforts to improve governance and the rule of law along with decentralization plans. The pillars rest on cross cutting themes which constitute the foundation of the envisaged economic transformation. The themes include investment in physical infrastructure and information and communications technology; land and public sector reforms; human resource development, labor and employment; and security, peace building and conflict resolution. The cross-cutting themes are intended to nurture the economic transformation and assist in creating international competitiveness through more efficient productivity at the firm and household level, with government support Staffs find that the objectives of the MTP are generally compelling and well considered on a sector-by-basis, but less so on a holistic basis. The sector-specific plans are generally compatible with the Government's objective of meeting Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). However, the overall plan suffers from two main weaknesses. First, there is a marked lack of prioritization of the many programs outlined. Second, the numerical goals identified in the plan, such as the growth rate of investment, are highly optimistic in light of past experience. This means that some of the headline targets may not be met. Consequently, these targets are best viewed as aspirations rather than practical targets which could inform planning and promote accountability.

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  • Data do documento

    2010/02/18

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de Estratégia para a Redução da Pobreza (PRSP)

  • No. do relatório

    53124

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Quênia,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/03/30

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Kenya - Joint IDA-IMF staff advisory note and the first medium term plan (2008-2012) for Kenya vision 2030

  • Palavras-chave

    Micro and Small Enterprises;Peace Building and Conflict Resolution;Essential Medicines and Medical Supplies;water supply and sanitation sector;trafficking in persons;Rule of Law;small and medium enterprise;global financial crisis;legal and regulatory framework;information and communication technology;focus gender equality;improving access to finance;Land Administration and Management;Human Resources for Health;Demographic and Health Survey;high quality of life;international sources of capital;capital need;Primary and Secondary Education;Legal and Institutional Reform;development partner;international economic crisis;real gdp;exogenous shock;Public Financial Management;financial service sector;public sector reform;Public Finance Management;delivery of service;Financial Sector;domestic debt;national development planning;natural resource base;private capital inflow;access to care;terms of trade;incidence of hiv;efficiency and quality;management of health;ministries of health;maternal mortality rate;Poverty & Inequality;quality health care;pension fund reform;procurement and distribution;identification of risks;equity in access;stable macroeconomic policies;population without access;business process outsourcing;stock market capitalization;implementation of law;foreign exchange risk;reliance on foreign;access to land;performance measure and;private sector initiative;public sector financing;Dynamics of poverty;perception of corruption;primary school fee;free primary education;public sector performance;financial sector policy;affirmative action policy;target growth rate;global economic crisis;gender based violence;piece of legislation;debt service costs;female genital mutilation;opportunity for woman;land information management;security of tenure;source of financing;form of credit;access to information;economic growth rate;economic development strategy;disparity in income;Access to Education;savings and investment;social sector reform;civil society representatives;private sector player;agriculture and livestock;long term development;external debt indicator;public administration system;implementation of policies;point of departure;national economic growth;Human Immunodeficiency Virus;human resource development;monetary policy;constitutional reform;property right;Macroeconomic Stability;Economic Policy;Land Ownership;macroeconomic framework;sovereign bond;upward pressure;

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