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Taita-Taveta County Integrated Development plan, Kenya 2018.pdf
Taita Taveta Count:

CIDP-II: 17


COUNTY GOVERNMENT OF TAITA TAVETA


County Integrated Development Plan 2018-2022


FEBRUARY 2018


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COUNTY INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN

FOR TAITA TAVETA COUNTY


County Vision

A County with high quality of life for all its citizens


County Mission

To promote an integrated approach to development, sustainable management of the

environment and exploitation of natural resources for the sole purpose of driving cultural,

political, social and economic development through appropriate technology for the benefit

of the citizens.


Core Values

 Inclusive Leadership

 Integrity

 Innovation

 Excellence


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FOREWORD


The Constitution of Kenya promulgated in 2010 provides for the establishment of a two-tiered

government in a devolved system of governance. Devolution has created County Governments

with distinct functions and responsibilities for the development of Counties. The Taita Taveta

second-generation County Integrated Development Plan (CIDP-II) 2018-2022 was generated

in line with legal requirements such as the County Government Act, 2012 and the Public

Finance Management Act that stipulate that counties should develop five-year development

plans for effective, efficient and prudent use of public resources.


The second-generation Taita Taveta County Integrated Development Plan 2018-22 was

successfully prepared under the executive stewardship of the County Executive Committee

Members in close collaboration with departmental Sector Working Groups (SWGs), Civil

Society Organizations, Community-based groups and the private sector.


The preparation of this CIDP adopted a consultative approach with greater emphasis on public

participation in order to capture the peoples’ priority needs and ownership of the county

development programmes.


Equally important to note is that, this CIDP has also been aligned to national plans, inclusive

of Kenya Vision 2030, its Medium Term Plans and National Spatial Plans as well as

international commitments such as the Sustainable Development Goals to achieve the general

economic growth of the country.


The purpose of this CIDP is to provide reference for the County Government, Sectors and other

stakeholders in implementing the county policies, projects and programmes effectively. It is

therefore my expectation that it will enhance the realization of the objectives of the county to

be competitive and reliable.


I wish to acknowledge the role played by the CEC Finance and Economic Planning, the CIDP-

II secretariat, sector working groups and other stakeholders – inclusive of the county citizens

themselves - for their immense contribution to the generation of this development plan.


H.E. Granton Graham Samboja - Governor, Taita Taveta County


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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The development of the second-generation Taita Taveta County Integrated Development Plan

(CIDP-II) benefited from invaluable inputs of departmental consultative forums, public

participation drives and contributions from various key stakeholders. The successful

completion of this Plan would not have been possible without the ideas, critique and

contribution of the many stakeholders across the county through public participation barazas.

Special appreciation and gratitude goes to H.E The Governor, Granton Graham Samboja and

H.E Deputy Governor, Majala Mlaghui, under whose visionary leadership the second-

generation Taita Taveta County Integrated Development Plan (2018-2022) was prepared.


I wish to register special recognition to all County Executive Committee (CEC) members and

the County Secretary for their dedication and the technical expertise that went into this plan.

The County Chief Officers and the Sector working Groups are also appreciated for their close

collaboration and engagement in the realization of this plan.


The development of the CIDP was as a result of teamwork through consultative processes

involving many stakeholders. We would like to express our gratitude to all stakeholders in the

public and private sectors, community organizations and professionals for their valuable input

in the preparation of Taita Taveta County Integrated Development Plan (2018-2022).


Much appreciation goes to the CECM Finance and Economic Planning Dr. Vincent Masawi

for coordinating the preparation of this document. Special gratitude is directed to the dedicated

CIDP II technical secretariat comprising of: Majala Mlaghui- Deputy Governor & team leader,

Benjamin Odago- Ag. Director, Planning and Budgeting, John Mwakima- Office of the

Governor, Mathew Njoroge, Rhodah Mwashigadi, Daniel Githira, Stanley Maigacho, Wallace

Mwaluma, Francis Rongaine, and one Kenneth Kioi, the Technical Assistant (Statistician)

seconded to the County via the collaborative partnership with UNDP. Special mentions also go

to Laban Kinyai, Phillip Kidelo and Salome Ooko for their tremendous efforts in developing

this document.


I also acknowledge Mr. Richard Mwarema and Mr. John Mbuthi- National Treasury and

Planning, AHADI-Kenya, UNDP among others for their technical support in guiding the

development of Taita Taveta County Integrated Development Plan.


Finally, my special appreciation goes to the County Assembly for their full participation during

the preparation and wisdom in approving the Taita Taveta County Integrated Development

Plan for us to realize the aspiration of our people for Taita Taveta to be a regionally competitive

county.


Dr. Vincent Masawi- CECM-Finance and Economic Planning


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Table of Contents

FOREWORD .................................................................................................................................................... III

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT .....................................................................................................................................IV

DEFINITION OF TERMS ................................................................................................................................... XII

ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS ..................................................................................................................... XIV

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ..................................................................................................................................... 1

CHAPTER ONE: COUNTY GENERAL INFORMATION ........................................................................................... 3

1.0 COUNTY OVERVIEW .................................................................................................................................... 3
1.2. PHYSIOGRAPHIC AND NATURAL CONDITIONS ................................................................................................... 5
1.2.1 PHYSICAL AND TOPOGRAPHIC FEATURES ....................................................................................................... 5

1.2.2 Agro-Ecological Zones .......................................................................................................................... 6

1.2.3 Climatic Conditions ............................................................................................................................... 6

1.3. ADMINISTRATIVE AND POLITICAL UNITS ......................................................................................................... 6
1.3.1 Administrative Subdivision (Sub-Counties, Wards, Villages) ................................................................ 6

1.4 POLITICAL UNITS (CONSTITUENCIES AND WARDS) ............................................................................................ 10
1.5 DEMOGRAPHIC FEATURES ....................................................................................................................... 10

1.5.1 Population Size and Composition ....................................................................................................... 10

1.5.2 Population Distribution and Densities by Sub County ........................................................................ 12

1.5.5 Population Projection for Special Age Groups .................................................................................... 15

1.6 POPULATION OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES .............................................................................................. 17
1.7 DEMOGRAPHIC DIVIDEND .......................................................................................................................... 17
1.8 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT APPROACH .............................................................................................................. 18
1.9 INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT ................................................................................................................. 18

1.9.1 Roads and Rail Network (Including Roads by Classification, Major Bus, Lorry Parks and Railway

Stations/ Terminus), Ports and Jetties, Airports and Airstrips ..................................................................... 18

1.9.1.1 Roads ............................................................................................................................................... 18

1.9.1.2 Railway ............................................................................................................................................ 19

1.9.1.3 Lorry Parks ....................................................................................................................................... 19

1.9.1.4 Bus parks: ........................................................................................................................................ 19

1.9.1.5 Airstrip ............................................................................................................................................. 19

1.10 INFORMATION, COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY WHICH INCLUDE POST OFFICES, MOBILE TELEPHONY, LANDLINE, FIBER
OPTIC CABLES, RADIO AND TELEVISION AND HUDUMA CENTRES............................................................................... 20

1.10.1 Post Office ........................................................................................................................................ 20

1.10.2 Mobile Telephone ............................................................................................................................. 20

1.10.3 Huduma Center: ............................................................................................................................... 20

1.10.4 Fibre Optics and related Infrastructure: ........................................................................................... 20

1.11 ENERGY ACCESS (MAIN SOURCES OF ENERGY, ELECTRICITY COVERAGE, SOLAR, BIOGAS, WIND, ETC.) ...................... 21
1.12 HOUSING TYPES ................................................................................................................................... 22
1.13 LAND AND LAND USE ............................................................................................................................. 22

1.13.1 Land Ownership Categories/ Classification ...................................................................................... 22

1.13.2 Mean Holding Size ............................................................................................................................ 23

1.13.3 Percentage of Land with Title Deeds ................................................................................................ 23

1.13.4 Incidence of Landlessness ................................................................................................................. 23

1.13.5 Settlement Patterns (Urban Centres, Informal Settlement, Etc.) ..................................................... 23


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1.14 EMPLOYMENT ........................................................................................................................................ 25
1.14.1 Wage Earners ................................................................................................................................... 25

1.14.2 Self-Employed ................................................................................................................................... 25

1.14.3 Labour Force by Sector ..................................................................................................................... 25

1.14.4 Unemployment rate ......................................................................................................................... 25

1.15 IRRIGATION INFRASTRUCTURE AND SCHEMES ................................................................................................ 26
1.15.1 Irrigation Potential ........................................................................................................................... 26

1.15.2 Irrigation Schemes ............................................................................................................................ 26

1.16 CROP, LIVESTOCK, FISH PRODUCTION AND VALUE ADDITION ............................................................................ 27
1.16.1 Main Crops Produced ....................................................................................................................... 27

1.16.1 Acreage Under Food and Cash Crops ............................................................................................... 27

1.16.2 Average Farm Sizes .......................................................................................................................... 27

1.16.3 Main Storage Facilities ..................................................................................................................... 27

1.16.4 Agricultural Extension, Training, Research and Information Services (Available Training

Institutions, Demonstration Firms’ Multiplication Sites Etc.) ...................................................................... 27

1.16.5 Main Livestock Breeds and Facilities ................................................................................................ 27

1.16.6 Ranching (Number, Ownerships and Activities) ............................................................................... 28

1.16.7 Apiculture (Bee Keeping) .................................................................................................................. 29

1.17 OIL AND OTHER MINERAL RESOURCES ........................................................................................................ 29
1.17.1 Oil & Mineral Potential ..................................................................................................................... 29

1.17.2 Ongoing Mining and Extraction Activities (Quarry, Sand Harvesting, Cement Etc.) ........................ 30

1.18 TOURISM AND WILDLIFE .......................................................................................................................... 30
1.18.1 Main Tourist Attractions and Activities ............................................................................................ 30

1.18.3 Main Wildlife .................................................................................................................................... 32

1.18.4 Wildlife Conservation Areas (Game Parks, Reserves, Conservancies, Game Ranches) .................... 33

1.18.5 Total Number of Tourists (Both Domestic and Foreign) Visiting Attraction Sites Annually ............. 33

1.19 INDUSTRY AND TRADE ............................................................................................................................. 33
1.19.1 Markets ............................................................................................................................................ 33

1.19.2 Industrial Parks (Including Jua Kali Sheds) ....................................................................................... 34

1.19.3 Major Industries ............................................................................................................................... 34

1.19.4 Types and Number of Businesses ..................................................................................................... 34

1.19.6 The Blue Economy (Including Fisheries) ................................................................................... 34

1.19.7 Main Fishing Activities, Types of Fish Produced, Landing Sites ........................................................ 35

1.20 FORESTRY, AGRO FORESTRY AND VALUE ADDITION ........................................................................................ 35
1.20.1 Main Forest Types and Size of Forests (Gazetted and Un-Gazetted Forests) ................................... 35

1.20.2 Species Composition ......................................................................................................................... 36

1.20.3 Biodiversity ....................................................................................................................................... 37

1.20.4 Water Catchment ............................................................................................................................. 37

1.20.5 Main Forest Products ....................................................................................................................... 37

1.20.6 Agro-Forestry ................................................................................................................................... 37

1.20.7 Value Chain Development of Forestry Products ............................................................................... 38

1.21 FINANCIAL SERVICES ................................................................................................................................ 38
1.21.1 Number of Banks, Micro Finance Institutions, Mobile Money Agents and SACCOs with FOSAs ...... 38

1.21 ENVIRONMENT AND CLIMATE CHANGE ........................................................................................................ 38
1.21.1 Major Degraded Areas / Hotspots and Major Contributions to Environmental Degradation ......... 39

1.21.4 Water ............................................................................................................................................... 41

1.21.5 Health ............................................................................................................................................... 41

1.21.6 Forests, wildlife and land degradation ............................................................................................. 42

1.21.7 High Spatial and Temporal Variability of Rainfall ............................................................................ 42


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1.21.8 Rainfall Trends ......................................................................................................................... 43

1.21.9 Change in Water Levels or Glacier ................................................................................................... 43

1.21.10 Solid Waste Management Facilities ............................................................................................... 43

1.22 WATER AND SANITATION ....................................................................................................................... 44
1.22.1 Water Resources .............................................................................................................................. 44

1.22.2 Water Supply Schemes ..................................................................................................................... 44

1.22.3 Water Sources and Access (Distance to The Nearest Water Points by Sub-County) ........................ 44

1.22.4 Water Management (Institutions, Measures for Sustainable Use Etc.) ........................................... 45

1.22.5 Sanitation ......................................................................................................................................... 45

1.23 HEALTH ACCESS AND NUTRITION .............................................................................................................. 45
1.23.1 Health Access (Health Facilities, Health Personnel and Their Distribution by Sub County) .............. 45

1.23.2 Morbidity: Five Most Common Diseases in Order of Prevalence ..................................................... 46

1.23.3 Nutritional Status (Prevalence of Stunting and Wasting in Children Under 5 Years: Height-For-Age,

Weight-For-Height, Weight-For-Age) .......................................................................................................... 46

1.23.4 Immunization Coverage ................................................................................................................... 46

1.23.5 Maternal Health Care (Maternal Deaths, Number of Mothers Delivering in Hospitals, Ante-Natal

and Post-Natal Care) ................................................................................................................................... 47

1.23.6 Access to Family Planning Services/ Contraceptive Prevalence ....................................................... 47

1.23.7 HIV and AIDS Prevalence Rates and Related Services ...................................................................... 47

1.23.8 Education, Skills, Literacy and Infrastructure ................................................................................... 48

1.23.9 Enrolment for Public Institutions by Gender .................................................................................... 48

1.23.10 Pre- School Education (Early Childhood Development Education) ................................................. 49

1.23.11 Primary Education .......................................................................................................................... 49

1.23.12 Non-Formal Education ................................................................................................................... 49

1.23.13 Secondary Education ...................................................................................................................... 50

1.23.14 Completion and Transition Rates by Gender .................................................................................. 50

1.23.15 Teacher: Pupil Ratio in Primary Schools ......................................................................................... 51

1.23.16 Facilities.......................................................................................................................................... 51

1.23.17 Tertiary Education .......................................................................................................................... 52

1.23.18 Adult and Continuing Education..................................................................................................... 52

1.23.19 Technical, Vocational Education and Training ............................................................................... 52

1.23.20 Sports, Culture and Creative Arts ................................................................................................... 52

1.23.21 Libraries / Information Documentation Centres/ Citizen Service Centres ...................................... 53

1.23.22 Registered Traditional Herbalists and Medicine-Men .................................................................... 53

1.24 COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS/ NON-STATE ACTORS ..................................................................................... 53
1.24.1 Cooperative Societies ....................................................................................................................... 53

1.24.2 Public Benefits Organizations (PBOs) I.E. NGOS, CBOS, INGOs, FBOs and Special Interest Groups . 54

1.24.3 Development Partners E.G. UN Agencies, USAID, World Bank, Etc. And the Sectors They Support . 55

1.24.4 Youth Empowerment and Social Inclusion (Youth Empowerment Centres) ..................................... 55

1.25 SECURITY, LAW AND ORDER ..................................................................................................................... 55
Table 34: Number of Police Stations and Posts by Sub County ................................................................... 55

Table 35: Types, Trends and Crime Prone Areas ......................................................................................... 56

1.25.3 Types and Number of Courts ............................................................................................................ 56

1.25.4 Prisons and Probation Services......................................................................................................... 56

1.25.5 Number of Public Prosecution Offices .............................................................................................. 56

1.25.6 Community Policing Activities .......................................................................................................... 56

1.25.8 Immigration Facilities ....................................................................................................................... 56

1.26 SOCIAL PROTECTION ............................................................................................................................... 57


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1.26.1 Number of Orphans and Vulnerable children (OVCs) ....................................................................... 57

1.26.2 Cases of Street Children .................................................................................................................... 57

1.26.3 Child Care Facilities and Institutions by Sub-County (Children Offices, Number of Orphanages,

Rescue Centres, And Correction/ Rehabilitation Facilities) ......................................................................... 57

1.26.4 Rescue Center and Day Care Center ................................................................................................. 58

1.26.5 Day Care Centers: ............................................................................................................................. 58

1.26.6 Social Net Programmes in The County ............................................................................................. 58

CHAPTER TWO: LINKAGES WITH VISION 2030 AND OTHER PLANS ................................................................ 59

2.1 OVERVIEW .............................................................................................................................................. 59
2.2. LINKAGE OF THE COUNTY INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN AND KENYA VISION 2030 .......................................... 59
2.3. LINKAGE OF THE COUNTY INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN WITH THE THIRD MEDIUM TERM PLAN .......................... 60
2.4. LINKAGE OF THE COUNTY INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN WITH SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS AND THE EAST
AFRICAN COMMUNITY(EAC)VISION 2050 .......................................................................................................... 60
2.5. LINKAGE BETWEEN THE CIDP AND AFRICAN UNIONS(AU)S AGENDA 2063 .......................................................... 61
2.6. LINKAGE OF COUNTY INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN WITH THE ‘BIG FOUR’ NATIONAL GOVERNMENT PRIORITIES .... 62
2.7. LINKAGE BETWEEN THE CIDP AND THE NATIONAL SPATIAL PLAN (NSP) .............................................................. 63
2.8. LINKAGE BETWEEN THE CIDP AND EXISTING URBAN DEVELOPMENT PLANS .......................................................... 63
2.9. LINKAGE BETWEEN THE CIDP, ENDING DROUGHT EMERGENCIES (EDE) STRATEGY AND THE SENDAI FRAMEWORK ON
DISASTER MANAGEMENT ................................................................................................................................ 63
2.10. LINKAGE BETWEEN THE CIDP AND SECTORAL PLANS ...................................................................................... 64
2.11. PARTNERSHIPS AND COLLABORATION BETWEEN COUNTIES .............................................................................. 64
2.12. LEGISLATION ON INTEGRATED PLANNING IN KENYA ....................................................................................... 65

2.12.1. The Constitution of Kenya, 2010 ..................................................................................................... 65

2.12.2 The County Government Act, 2012 .......................................................................................... 66

2.12.3 Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), 2012 ....................................................................... 66

2.12.4 Urban Areas and Cities Act, 2011 ............................................................................................. 66

CHAPTER THREE: REVIEW OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PREVIOUS CIDP ..................................................... 68

3.1 INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................ 68
3.2 STATUS OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PREVIOUS CIDP ...................................................................................... 68

3.2.1 Summary of key achievements versus planned targets ..................................................................... 68

3.2.2 Challenges in the implementation of the plan ................................................................................... 74

3.2.3 Lessons learnt (Cross-Cutting) ....................................................................................................... 75

3.3 COUNTY REVENUE STREAMS AND EXPENDITURE ANALYSIS................................................................................. 76
3.3.1Analysis of the county Revenue Streams ............................................................................................. 76

3.3.2 County Development Expenditure Analysis by Sector/ subsector – Compare budgeted versus actual.

.................................................................................................................................................................... 78

CHAPTER FOUR: COUNTY DEVELOPMENT PRIORITIES AND STRATEGIES ........................................................ 80

4.1 INTRODUCTION..................................................................................................................................... 80
4.2 SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK ....................................................................................................... 80
4.3 NATURAL RESOURCE ASSESSMENT ............................................................................................................ 83
4.4 DEVELOPMENTAL CHALLENGES, PRIORITIES AND STRATEGIES .......................................................................... 86

4.4.1 Agriculture, Rural and Urban Development (ARUD) .......................................................................... 88

4.4.2 Health Services ................................................................................................................................. 126

4.4.3 Education and Training .................................................................................................................... 151

4.4.4. Energy, ICT and infrastructure......................................................................................................... 157

4.4.5 Social Protection, Recreation & Culture ........................................................................................... 167

4.4.6 Environmental Protection, Water & Natural Resources ................................................................... 173

4.4.7 Public Administration and Intergovernmental Relations ................................................................. 183


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4.4.8 General Economic, Commercial and Labour Affairs ......................................................................... 196

4.5 CROSS-SECTORAL IMPLEMENTATION CONSIDERATIONS ................................................................................... 206
4.5.1 Agriculture, Rural and Urban Development ..................................................................................... 206

4.5.2 Health Services ................................................................................................................................. 207

4.5.3 Education and Training .................................................................................................................... 208

4.5.4 Energy, ICT and infrastructure.......................................................................................................... 208

4.5.5 Social Protection, Recreation & Culture ........................................................................................... 209

4.5.6 Environmental Protection, Water & Natural Resources ................................................................... 210

4.5.7 Public Administration and Intergovernmental Relations ................................................................. 210

4.5.8 General Economic, Commercial and Labour Affairs ......................................................................... 212

4.6 FLAGSHIP /COUNTY TRANSFORMATIVE PROJECTS ...................................................................................... 212

CHAPTER FIVE: IMPLEMENTATION FRAMEWORK ........................................................................................ 217

5.1 INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................................................... 217
5.2 INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK ................................................................................................................. 217

5.2.1 Functions of the County Government ............................................................................................... 217

5.2.2 County government organizational structure .................................................................................. 217

5.2.3 The County Executive ....................................................................................................................... 218

5.2.4 The County Assembly ....................................................................................................................... 219

5.2.5 The County Public Service Board ...................................................................................................... 219

5.2.6 The County Budget and Economic Forum (CBEF) ............................................................................. 220

5.2.7 The County Treasury ......................................................................................................................... 220

5.2.8 County Projects Committee .............................................................................................................. 220

5.2.9 The National Government Service Coordination Units ..................................................................... 220

5.2.10 Non-state Parties ........................................................................................................................... 221

5.3. RESOURCE REQUIREMENTS BY SECTOR ....................................................................................................... 221
5.4 THE RESOURCE MOBILIZATION FRAMEWORK ............................................................................................ 222
5.5 ESTIMATED RESOURCE GAP AND MEASURES OF ADDRESSING IT .................................................................... 223

5.5.1 Measures of addressing the resource gap include but are not limited to the following; ................. 223

5.5.2 The Capital Projects will be funded through: - ................................................................................. 224

CHAPTER SIX: MONITORING AND EVALUATION FRAMEWORK .................................................................... 225

6.1 INTRODUCTION................................................................................................................................... 225
6.2 DATA COLLECTION, ANALYSIS, AND REPORTING ......................................................................................... 227
6.3 M&E OUTCOME INDICATORS ................................................................................................................ 228

6.3.1 Agriculture, Rural and Urban Development ................................................................................ 228

6.3.2. Education and Training (M&E) ........................................................................................................ 257

Table 16: Summary of M&E Outcome indicators Education and Training ................................................ 257

6.3.3. Health Services ................................................................................................................................ 264

6.3.4. ICT, Energy and infrastructure......................................................................................................... 285

6.3.5. Social Protection, Recreation and Culture ....................................................................................... 287

6.3.6. Environment, Water and Natural Resources ................................................................................... 292

6.3.7. Public Administration and Intergovernmental Relation .................................................................. 302

6.3.8. General Economic, Commercial and Labour Affairs ........................................................................ 303

ANNEX 1: SECTOR PROJECTS DERIVED FROM PROGRAMMES ...................................................................... 304

ANNEX 1(A): ON-GOING PROJECTS .......................................................................................................... 304
A) Sector: Agriculture, Rural and Urban Development Issues (on-going) ................................................. 304

B) Sector: Health (on-going) ...................................................................................................................... 310

C) Sector: Education and Training (on-going) ........................................................................................... 312


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D) Sector: Energy, Infrastructure and ICT (on-going) ................................................................................ 320

E) Sector: Social Protection, Recreation and Culture (on-going) ............................................................... 326

F) Sector: Environmental Protection, Water & Housing (on-going) .......................................................... 327

G) Sector: Public Service and Intergovernmental Relations (on-going)..................................................... 327

H) Sector: General Economic, Commercial & Labour Affairs (on-going) ................................................... 328

ANNEX 1(B): SECTOR PROJECTS DERIVED FROM PROGRAMMES .............................................................. 329
A) Sector: Agriculture, Rural and Urban Development Issues (Proposed) ................................................. 329

B) Sector: Health (Proposed) ..................................................................................................................... 350

C) Sector: Education and Training (Proposed) ........................................................................................... 370

D) Sector: Energy, Infrastructure and ICT (Proposed)................................................................................ 383

E) Sector: Social Protection, Recreation and Culture (Proposed) .............................................................. 418

F) Sector: Environmental Protection, Water & Housing (Proposed).......................................................... 435

G) Sector: Public Service and Intergovernmental Relations (Proposed) .................................................... 438

H) Sector: General Economic, Commercial & Labour Affairs (Proposed) .................................................. 441

ANNEX 1(C): STALLED PROJECTS .............................................................................................................. 444
A) Sector: Agriculture, Rural and Urban Development Issues (Stalled) ................................................ 444

B) Health ................................................................................................................................................... 444


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List of Maps/Figures

Figure 1: County Location Map ................................................................................................ 4

Figure 2: County Elevation Map ............................................................................................... 5

Figure 3: County’s Administrative and Political Units ............................................................. 8

Figure 4: County Population Density Map ............................. Error! Bookmark not defined.

Figure 5: Map of Major Urban Areas and Roads Network .................................................... 24

Figure 6: Proposed County M& E Structure ......................................................................... 227


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Definition of Terms


Activities: Actions taken or work performed during which inputs are used to produce outputs;

Beneficiaries: A group among the stakeholders, who will directly or indirectly benefit from

the project;

Capital Projects: A group of related activities that are implemented to achieve a specific

output and to address certain public needs;

County Assembly: The County Assembly of the County Government of Taita Taveta;

County Executive Committee: A County Executive Committee of the County Government

of Taita Taveta established in accordance with Article 176 of the Constitution;

Evaluation: Planned and periodic assessment of program or project to assess the relevance,

effectiveness, efficiency and impacts it has had on the intended population;

Flagship/Transformative Projects: These are projects with high impact in terms of

employment creation, increasing county competitiveness, revenue generation etc;

Green Economy: The green economy is defined as an economy that aims at reducing

environmental risks and ecological scarcities, and that aims for sustainable development

without degrading the environment;

Impacts: The long-term consequences of the program or project, may be positive or negative.

Indicators: A measure that can be used to monitor or evaluate an intervention. Indicators can

be quantitative (derived from measurements associated with the intervention) or qualitative

(entailing verbal feedback from beneficiaries);

Inputs: All the financial, human and material resources used for the development intervention;

Monitoring: The continuous and systematic collection and analysis of information in relation

to a program or project that provides an indication as to the extent of progress against stated

objectives;

Objectives: A measurable statement about the end result that an intervention is expected to

accomplish within a given time period;

Outcomes: The medium-term results for specific beneficiaries which are the consequence of

achieving specific outputs. Outcomes are often further categorized into immediate/direct

outcomes and intermediate outcomes;

Outcome Indicators: Outcome indicators measure the quantity and quality of the results

(change) achieved through the provision of services;


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Outputs: These are the final products, goods or services produced as a result of a project

activities;

Performance indicator: A measurement that evaluate the success of an organization or of a

particular activity (such as projects, programs, products and other initiatives) in which it

engages;

Programme: A grouping of similar projects and/or services performed by a Ministry or

Department to achieve a specific objective;

Project: A set of coordinated activities implemented to meet specific objectives within defined

time, cost and performance parameters. Projects aimed at achieving a common goal form a

Programme;

Stakeholders – A group of people, organizations and institutions who have a direct or indirect

interest, or a role, in the project, or who affect or are affected by it.

Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

agenda is a plan of action for people, planet, peace, prosperity and partnership that was adopted

bythe UN member countries as the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.


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Abbreviations and Acronyms

AI Artificial Insemination

AIDS Acquired Immuno-Deficiency Syndrome

ALRMP Arid Land Resource Management Programme

APHIA Aids, Population and Health Integrated Assistance

ARUD Agriculture and Rural Development

ART Anti-Retroviral Therapy

ASAL Arid and Semi-Arid Land

CDA Coast Development Authority

CDC Constituency Development Committee

CDCs Community Development Committees

CDF Constituency Development Fund

CDO County Development Officer

CDP County Development Profile

CEC Community Environment Committees

CEISP Community Empowerment and Institutional Support Programme

CFA Community Forest Associations

CIDC County Information and Documentation Centre

CIDP County Integrated Development Plan

CISP County Integrated Support Programme

CMEC Constituency Monitoring and Evaluation Committee

CPMR Community Project Monitoring Report

CPMU County Planning and Management Unit

CSO Community Service Order

CWSB Coast Water Services Board

C-YES Constituency Youth Enterprise Scheme

DDP District Development Plans

DFZ Disease Free Zone

DRR Disaster Risk Reduction

ECDE Early Childhood Development and Education

EIA Environmental Impact Assessment

EII Energy, Infrastructure And ICT

EMCA Environmental Management and Conservation Act

FDSE Free Day Secondary Education

FMD Foot and Mouth Disease

FPE Free Primary Education

GECLA General Economic, Commercial and Labour Affairs

GEF Global Environmental Fund

GJLOS Governance, Justice, Law and Order Sector

GOK Government of Kenya

Ha Hectares

HBO Home based Care

HIV Human Immuno-Deficiency Virus

ICT Information and Communication Technology


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IWUA Irrigation Water Users Association

KDHS Kenya Demographic and Health Survey

KFS Kenya Forestry Service

KIHBS Kenya Integrated Housing and Budget Survey

Km Kilometre

KNBS Kenya National Bureau of Statistics

KPHC Kenya Population and Housing Census

KRA Kenya Revenue Authority

KWS Kenya Wildlife Service

LDC Locational Development Committees

LPG Liquefied Petroleum Gas

MDGs Millennium Development Goals

MTEF Medium Term Expenditure Framework

MTP Medium Term Plan

NALEP National Agriculture and Livestock Extension Programme

NCPD National Council for Population and Development

NDMA National Drought Management Authority

NGO Non-Governmental Organization

NIMES National Integrated Monitoring and Evaluation System

OVCs Orphans and Vulnerable Children

PAIR Public Administration and International Relations

PICT Provider Initiated Counselling and Testing

PLHIV People Living with HIV and AIDS

PMC Project Management Committees

PMTCT Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission

PWD Persons with Disability

PWID People Who Inject Drugs

RVF Rift Valley Fever

SACCOs Savings and Credit Cooperative Society

SMEs Small and Medium Enterprises

SSE Subsidized Secondary Education

TIRI Technology Information & Response Initiative

TLU Topical Livestock Unit

TTCG Taita Taveta County Government

TTUC Taita Taveta University College

VCT Voluntary Counselling and Testing

WDC Ward Development Committee

WEF Women Enterprise Fund

WRMA Water Resource Management Authority

WRUA Water Resource User Association

YEDF Youth Enterprise Development Fund

YP Youth Polytechnic


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY


The Second generation Taita Taveta County Integrated Development Plan (2018-2022) is a

positive step by the County Government in addressing the many underlying challenges facing

the residents. The major developmental challenges facing the County are multifaceted which

calls for a coherent and comprehensive CIDP. This CIDP therefore, sets out the road map that

will direct the future course of Taita Taveta county in a bid to solve the diverse needs of its

citizens. The document articulates the vision, mission, strategic goals and objectives as well as

the strategies that the government intends to follow in the next five years.


The Public Finance Management (PFM)Act, 2012 as well as the County Governments Act,

2012 provide that each county prepares an integrated development plan which will include both

medium term and long term priorities to be achieved by the County. The second generation

Taita Taveta County Integrated Development Plan (CIDP) was prepared by the County

Treasury in close coordination by the CIDPII secretariat and further collaboration with county

departments and key development partners.


The CIDP is a product of active and comprehensive consultative process in each of the 20

wards which brought together a cross-section of key stakeholders within the County. It has

been prepared within the backdrop of the Kenya Vision 2030, the Third Medium Term Plan

2018-2022, the constitution of Kenya 2010 and in line with the Sustainable Development

Goals.


This CIDP comprises of six chapters. Chapter one provides background description of Taita

Taveta County comprising of Position and Size, Location of the County, Physiographic and

Natural Conditions such as Physical and Topographic features, Ecological conditions and

Climatic conditions as well as Administrative and Political Units, Demographic Features,

Population size, composition and distribution.


Chapter two presents the Linkage of the CIDP with the Kenya Vision 2030, its Medium Term

Plans III and Other Plans, Policies and Strategies, National programmes and projects in the

County, Flagship projects of Vision 2030, Linkage with Sectoral Plans, Urban and City Plans

within the County, Integration of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) into the CIDP.

It analyzes the main socio-economic development challenges and proposes the strategies that

will be adopted to deal with the challenges.


Chapter three reviews the implementation of the previous CIDP (2013-2017). It further

provides an analysis of the county Revenue Streams (equitable share, grants, own source

revenue), County Expenditure Analysis by Sector/ subsector and a summary of key

achievements versus planned targets focusing on outcomes and lessons learnt.


Chapter four covers the county’s development priorities and strategies such as the county’s

Spatial Development framework, County development priorities, strategies and programmes


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and projects as identified by stakeholders through public participation up to ward level forums

and other public engagements.


Chapter five discusses the Implementation Framework and resource mobilization. It provides

information on resource mobilization and management framework. The chapter provides a

financial strategy that defines sound financial management and expenditure control as well as

ways and means of increasing revenues and external funding for the county and its

development priorities and objectives. The chapter focuses on the framework which includes

institutions responsible for the actualization of the plan, resource requirements and

mobilization.


Chapter six discusses the Monitoring and Evaluation Framework for tracking the

implementation of the CIDP programmes and projects. It gives mechanisms for data collection,

analysis, and reporting, dissemination and citizen engagement. The section gives the

monitoring and evaluation of outcome Indicators by sector. The CIDP Results Matrix therefore

summaries the Programme outcome indicators and targets. This will allow implementers and

decision-makers alike to assess progress towards the various county development priorities

resource mobilization.


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CHAPTER ONE: COUNTY GENERAL INFORMATION

1.0 County Overview

Taita Taveta County is located approximately 360 km southeast of Nairobi and 200 km

northwest of Mombasa, and is a port and major gateway to the United Republic of Tanzania

through Taveta town. The county, whose headquarters are situated in Mwatate sub-county, is

one of the six counties in the Jumuiya ya Kaunti za Pwani(JKP) regional economic bloc. The

major towns in the County include Voi, Taveta, Mwatate and Wundanyi.

The county covers a total area of 17,084.1km2 with 10,649.9 km2(62.3%) being within Tsavo

East and Tsavo West National Parks, providing a major tourism destination. Water bodies

within the county occupy 106 km2 comprising of Lakes Jipe and Chala in Taveta sub-county.

The rest of the area is spread within public and private land such as ranches. Sisal estates and

hilltop forests occupy less than 100 km2.

The projected 2018 population of the county stands at 347,909 with a gender split of 50.2%

being male and 49.8% being female. The population density per km2 in the county ranges from

3 persons in rural areas to more than 800 persons in urban areas. The population distribution in

the county is influenced by cultural heritage, rainfall and terrain. The main ethnic groups in the

county include: Taita, Taveta, Kambas, Maasai, Luos, Kikuyu and Somalis.


The lower regions of the County receive an average of 440 mm of rain per annum whereas the

highlands receive up to 1900 mm. Altitudes range from 500 metres above sea level to almost

2300 m at the highest point in the county Vuria Peak.


There are 48 forests in Taita Taveta County, 28 of which are gazetted and managed by the

national government. The forests range in size from 500 m2 to 2 km2 encompassing both exotic

and indigenous forest mountains. In addition, they form part of a unique Eastern Arch range of

forests made up of the Taita Hills and Eastern Tanzania mountains. The Taita Hills have a

unique biodiversity of flora and fauna with 9 species of animals and 13 species of plants

exclusively found within the region.

1.1 Position and Size

Taita Taveta County is one of the six counties located in the coastal region and is approximately

200km North West of the coastal city of Mombasa and 360km South East of Nairobi the capital

City of Kenya. The county covers an area of 17,084.1km2 with 10,649.9 km2 (62.3 per cent)

being within Tsavo East and Tsavo West National Parks The county borders Kitui, Makueni

and Tana River Counties to the north; Kilifi and Kwale Counties to the east; Kajiado County

to the north-west and the Republic of Tanzania to the South. The county lies between longitude

37036//east and 300 14// east and latitude 2046// south and 40 10// south.


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Figure 1: County Location Map


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1.2. Physiographic and Natural Conditions

1.2.1 Physical and Topographic features

Taita Taveta County is classified into three major topographical zones, namely:

(i) Upper zone – which comprises Mwambirwa, Taita and Sagalla hills regions with

altitudes ranging from 304 meters to 2, 208 meters above sea level. The zone is suitable

for horticultural farming.

(ii) Lower zone – which includes plains where the national parks, mines and ranches are

found.

(iii) Volcanic foothills zone – which covers the Taveta region with underground water and

springs sourcing from Mt. Kilimanjaro.


Figure 2: County Elevation Map


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1.2.2 Agro-Ecological Zones

Ecological zones in Taita Taveta County are based on climatic conditions and relief. The Taita

Hills which form the highlands cover approximately 1,000 km2 and rise to a maximum

elevation of 2,208 meters above sea level (Vuria Peak). The Taita Hills forests, commonly

referred to as the “Cloud Mountain Forests”, harbour several endemic plant species (>14) and

animal taxa (>10) – the most prominent among them being:

• The birds (Taita Thrush, Taita Apalis, Taita White-eye)
• The African violet (Saintpaulia teitensis)
• The Sagalla Caecilian (Boulengerula niedeni)
• Endemic coffee (Coffea fadenii); and Milletia oblata, Ceropegia verticillata and

several other plants also endemic to the eastern arc mountains.

The vast rangeland covering Tsavo National Park (Tsavo East and Tsavo West) is located in

the lowlands and transitional zone and occupies about 62% of the entire county area. This forms

the Tsavo Ecosystem which is constituted of plains, wildlife, springs, rivers and vegetation.

The park is an open savannah and bush woodland supporting the famed ‘big five’ quintet of

lions, elephants, buffaloes, rhinos and leopards as well as antelopes, giraffes, zebras and a host

of bird life.

1.2.3 Climatic Conditions

Taita Taveta County is mainly dry, with the exception of Taita Hills which are considerably

wet. The south-easterly winds influence climate in the area, whereby hilly areas have ideal

conditions for moisture condensation which then results in relief rainfall.

Long rains are usually experienced between March and May – where on average, highlands

record 265 mm as opposed to the 157 mm in lowlands. Short rains are anticipated between

October and December, with annual rainfall being recorded at 1,200 mm (highlands) and 341

mm (lowlands). Rainfall distribution is usually uneven, with higher rainfall amounts being

recorded in highland areas as compared to the lowlands. Annually, mean rainfall is 650 mm.

Average temperature in Taita Taveta County is 230C, with lows of 180C in hilly areas (Sagalla,

Taita ad Mwambirwa) and rising to about 250C in lower zones.

1.3. Administrative and Political Units

1.3.1 Administrative Subdivision (Sub-Counties, Wards, Villages)

The county is divided in 4 sub-counties with a total of 20 wards as shown in table 1 below;


Sub

County

No. of Wards Approx. Area

in Km2

Name of Electoral

Ward

Approx. Area

in Km2

No. of Sub-

locations

Taveta 5 626.2


Challa 207.4 5

Mahoo 51.4 6

Bomani 9.5 2

Mboghoni 169.2 5

Mata 188.7 5


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Sub

County

No. of Wards Approx. Area

in Km2

Name of Electoral

Ward

Approx. Area

in Km2

No. of Sub-

locations

Tsavo West

National Park1

6,543.8 - 6,543.8 -

Wundanyi 4 701.3 Wundanyi/ Mbale 44.1 8

Werugha 27.2 4

Wumingu/ Kishushe 525.1 6

Mwanda/ Mgange 104.8 6

Mwatate 5 1837.6 Ronge 132.4 7

Mwatate 343.0 3

Bura 870.5 8

Chawia 396.5 4

Wusi/Kishamba 39.5 5

Voi 6 3,269.1


Mbololo 205.5 3

Ngolia 84.6 3

Sagalla 424.8 4

Kaloleni 77.9 1

Marungu 822.6 2

Kasigau 1653.7 3

Tsavo East

National Park2

4,106.1 - 4,106.1 -

TOTAL 20 17,084.1 20 17,084.1 90


1: The Tsavo West and East National Parks are not administrative units but their inclusion in this table is to

indicate where they are located. The total national park area is 10,649.9 Km 2, translating to about 62 % of total

County area.


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Figure 3: County’s Administrative and Political Units


The County Government provides its administrative service provision at the Sub-County level

and further down at the ward level through sub-county administrators and ward administrators.

Table 2: Area by Sub-county and ward

SUB-

COUNTY

WARD NO. OF SUB-

LOCATIONS

NAMES OF SUB-LOCATIONS Area

(KM2

Wundanyi Wundanyi /Mbale 8 Wundanyi, Shigharo, Mteni, Mlechi,

Choke, Mbale Central, Mogho and

Sungululu

44.2

Werugha 4 Werugha, Saghasa, Marumange and

Mlondo

27.20

Wumingu/Kishushe 6 Nyache, Paranga, Mghambonyi,

Wumingu, Mwarungu and Kishushe

525


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SUB-

COUNTY

WARD NO. OF SUB-

LOCATIONS

NAMES OF SUB-LOCATIONS Area

(KM2

Mwanda/Mghange 6 Njawuli, Kishamba, Mghange Nyika,

Mghange Dawida, Lushangonyi and

Mwaroko

104.9

Total 24 701.3

Mwatate Ronge 7 Ronge Nyika, Kighombo/Marumbenyi,

Msau Rahai, Kishau/Kiweto,

Ndembonyi/Baghau,

Kironge/Mwakaleri, Mengo

132.4

Mwatate 3 Mwatate, Mwadambogho & Sembe 343.00

Bura 8 Mwakitau, Godoma, Nyolo. Ilole,

Mnamu, Mrughua, Saghaighu and

Mlughi/Mwashuma

926.30

Chawia 4 Chawia, Mwachabo, Wumari/Sechu and

Mruru/Manganga

408.40

Wusi/Kishamba 5 Kishamba, Kaya Ilole, Mwachawaza,

Wusi and Kidaya Ngerenyi

359.10

Total 27 2169.2

Voi Mbololo 3 Mwangea, Mraru and Tausa 114

Saghala 4 Teri, Ndara, Talio and Kishamba 424.80

Kaloleni 1 Kaloleni 77.90

Marungu 2 Maungu and Miasenyi 822.60

Kasigau 3 Rukanga, Makwasinyi and Bughuta 1,653.70

Ngolia 3 Ghazi, Ndome and Wongonyi 176.50

National Parks 0 Tsavo East National Park 4,106.10

0 Tsavo West National Park 3,668.80

Total 16 11,044.4

Taveta Challa 5 Lumi, Mahandakini, Njukini, Chumvini

and Challa

207.4

Mahoo 6 Mahoo, Malukiloriti, Nakuruto,

Msengoni and Kidong, Lessesia

51.4

Bomani 2 Mjini and Njoro 9.5

Mboghoni 5 Mboghoni, Mrabani, Kitobo, Eldoro and

Kimorigho

169.3

Mata 5 Kachero, Mata, Kimala, Rekeke,

Ndilidau

188.6

Tsavo West 2,875.70

TOTAL 23 3,501.9


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1.4 Political units (Constituencies and Wards)

Table 3: County’s Electoral Wards by Constituency

CONSTITUENCY No. OF

WARDS

REGISTERED

FEMALE

VOTERS (2017)

REGISTERED

MALE VOTERS

(2017)

TOTAL

REGISTERED

VOTERS

(2017)

%

FEMALE

%

MALE

Mwatate 5 16,936 22,095 39,031 43% 57%

Wundanyi 4 12,597 17,314 29,911 42% 58%

Voi 6 23,972 28,500 52,472 46% 54%

Taveta 5 15,705 18,597 34,302 46% 54%

TOTAL 20 69,210 86,506 155,716 44% 56%

Source: Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, Taita Taveta County.

1.5 Demographic Features

1.5.1 Population Size and Composition


The projected 2018 population of the county is 347,909 comprising of 177,333 males and

170,584 females as shown in the table below:


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Table 4: Population Projections by Age Cohort

Age/Sex
2009 Base Population 2018 Projections 2020 Projections 2022 Projections 2030 Projections

Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total

0-4 19134 18646 37780 18607 18105 36711 19176 18655 37829 19937 19394 39329 21768 21167 42933

5-9 18046 17721 35767 19784 19139 38923 19128 18497 37626 18234 17631 35867 20349 19679 40027

10-14 16895 16767 33662 18784 18245 37029 19011 18480 37492 19587 18870 38456 18763 18107 36870

15-19 15490 14330 29820 18357 18081 36435 18536 18157 36694 18915 18727 37642 19422 18915 38336

20-24 12850 12519 25369 17130 17255 34386 18264 18437 36700 18428 18452 36881 19821 19656 39477

25-29 12140 10886 23026 16494 15817 32308 17149 16692 33840 17755 17806 35561 19823 19793 39614

30-34 10723 9018 19741 13844 13331 27174 14619 14303 28923 16327 15524 31850 19410 19682 39090

35-39 9051 8010 17061 13087 11355 24442 13246 11952 25199 13933 13143 27076 17798 17197 34995

40-44 6853 6104 12957 10371 8728 19097 11565 9680 21244 12489 10586 23074 14809 14313 29123

45-49 5997 5766 11763 8683 7789 16472 9325 8137 17463 10001 8622 18624 12998 11724 24721

50-54 4588 4658 9246 6054 5523 11578 7038 6315 13353 7857 7117 14973 10968 9307 20275

55-59 3947 3715 7662 5228 5393 10621 5503 5349 10851 5761 5343 11104 8461 7557 16017

60-64 2995 3288 6283 3691 3683 7372 4194 4346 8541 4415 4720 9136 6005 5586 11589

65-69 2180 2360 4540 3001 3204 6205 3038 3041 6080 3148 3199 6348 4256 4359 8615

70-74 1754 1962 3716 1822 1989 3811 2083 2399 4482 2262 2558 4821 2808 3139 5947

75-79 1093 1387 2480 1193 1429 2623 1165 1376 2539 1178 1338 2516 1646 1812 3458

80+ 1514 2129 3643 1203 1518 2722 1249 1650 2899 702 901 1604 1319 1704 3023

Total 145250 139266 284516 177333 170584 347909 184289 177466 361755 190929 183931 374862 220424 213697 434110

Source: National Council for Population and Development, 2018


The county population intercensal growth rate is 1.6% which is below the national growth of 3% percent human –sex ratio (male female

ratio is 1.04, meaning that for every 100 females there are 104 males.


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1.5.2 Population Distribution and Densities by Sub County

There is a marked variation in population density in the county with Taveta and Wundanyi sub counties having the highest densities

while Voi and Mwatate sub counties have the least densities. The county’s 2018 population density stands at 20.36 persons per square

kilometer with variations shown in the table below:

Table 5: Population distribution and density by Sub-county

Sub-county

Area 2009 Census 2018 Projection 2020 Projection 2022 Projection

(Km2) Population Density Population Density Population Density Population Density

Mwatate 1837.6 71,513 38.92 87403 47.56 90880 49.46 94453 51.40

Wundanyi 701.3 56,021 79.88 68469 97.63 71193 101.52 73991 105.51

Voi 3269.1 89,458 27.36 109335 33.45 113685 34.78 118154 36.14

Taveta 626.2 67,665 108.06 82700 132.07 85990 137.32 89370 142.72

Total 17084.1 284,657 16.66 347908 20.36 361749 21.17 375968 22.01

NB/ Approximately 10,649.9 km2 (62%)of the area is covered by the 2 National Parks which are not habited


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Figure 4: County Population Density Map


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Table 6: Population Projections by Sub County

Sub County 2009 (Census) 2018 (Projections) 2020 (Projections) 2022 (Projections)

Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total

Mwatate 35,801 35,712 71,513 43,756 43,647 87,403 45,497 45,384 90,880 47,285 47,168 94,453

Wundanyi 28,063 27,958 56,021 34,299 34,170 68,469 35,663 35,530 71,193 37,065 36,926 73,991

Voi 46,451 43,007 89,458 56,772 52,563 109,335 59,031 54,654 113,685 61,351 56,803 118,154

Taveta 35,019 32,646 67,665 42,800 39,900 82,700 44,503 41,487 85,990 46,252 43,118 89,370

Total 145,334 139,323 284,657 177,627 170,280 347,907 184,694 177,055 361,749 191,953 184,014 375,968

Source: NCPD, 2018.


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1.5.5 Population Projection for Special Age Groups


The population of special population which comprise of Under-5: Pre-school going age, 6-13: Primary school going age, 14-17: Secondary

school going age, 15-35: Youth Population, 15-49: Female reproductive age, 15-64: Labour force, 65+: The Aged population is as shown

in table 6.

Table 1: Population projection by special age groups

Age Group 2009 (Census)
2018 (Projections) 2020 (Projections) 2022 (Projections)

Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total

Under 5 22,822 22,333 45,155
23,273 22,775 46,048 23,731 23,222 46,953 24,191 23,673 47,863

Primary school Age (6-13) 28,119 27,706 55,825
28,675 28,254 56,929 29,239 28809 58048 29806 29368 59173

Secondary School age (14-17) 12,473 12,049 24,522
12720 12287 25007 12970 12529 25498 13221 12772 25993

Youth Population (15-35) 53,732 48,859 102,591
54795 49825 104620 55872 50805 106676 56955 51790 108744

Female Reproductive age (15-

49)
66,633 66,633

0 67951 67951 0 69286 69286 0 70630 70630

Labour force (15-64) 84,634 78,294 162,928
86308 79843 166151 88004 81412 169416 89710 82990 172700

Aged Population (65+) 6,541 7,838 14,379
6670 7993 14663 6801 8150 14952 6933 8308 15241

Source: NCPD, 2018


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The population in Taita Taveta County can be categorised into a number of Special Age groups.

Under 5 Years: The population of children aged 5 years and below stands at 46,048 which is 12.3

percent of the total county population. It is projected to grow to 46,953 in 2020 and to 47,863 by

2022. This population needs special attention to ensure they have healthy lives and the promotion

of well-being of children in this category is being achieved in line with SDG 5. The county shall

therefore scale up immunization programmes to attain 90 percent coverage and reduce infant and

child mortality

Primary School Going Age (6-13): the population which was 55,829 in 2009 constitutes 24.3%

percent of the population. The 2018 projected population of this age group is 56,929. This

population is expected to increase to 58,048 in 2020 and 59.173 in 2022. Significant investment

will be required in the improvement of teaching and learning facilities, feeding and health

programmes to adequately cater for this age group and to ensure 100% enrolment and transition

to secondary school.

Secondary School Going age group (14-17): the population which was 24,522 in 2009 constituted

10.29 percent of the population. The 2018 projected population of this age group is 25,007. This

population is expected to increase to 25,498 in 2020 and 25,993 in 2022. To adequately cater for

this age group, significant investment will be required in the improvement of teaching and learning

facilities in secondary schools and skills development in training institutions

Youthful Population (15-29): While the youthful population which is 33.5 per cent of county

population was 102,521 in 2009, it is projected to stand at 104,620 in 2018 and grow to 106,676

in 2020 and 108,744 by the end of plan period in 2022. This age group will require programmes

that are aimed at creating employment opportunities, developing skills, addressing drug and

substance abuse, promoting sporting activities and addressing challenges brought about by HIV

and AIDS porting

Female Reproductive Age (15-49): This is the child bearing age group. There were 66,633

females in the year 2009 in this age group which was 24.9 per cent of the total population. The

projected population for 2018, 2020 and 2022 is 67,951, 69,286 and 70,630 respectively. This

population will require programmes that are aimed at providing and improving quality

reproductive health care serices in an effort to reduce maternal and infant mortality.

Labour Force (15-64): The county productive population stood at 162,928 in 2009 making up

39.5 percent of the county population. The projected population is 166,151 in 2018, rising to

169,416 in 2020 and 172,700 in 2022. This population requires opportunities in particularly in

the formal sector, commercial agriculture, manufacturing and trade in order to realise its

productiveness.


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Aged Population (65+): The aged population was 14,397 in the year 2009 and is projected to have

reached 14,663 in the year 2018. The group which constitutes of 4.8 percent of the total population

is expected to reach 14,952 and 15,241 in 2020 and 2022 respectively. Though various

programmes are in place to address the needs of the senior citizens more is still required to ensure

improved health care and reduce the dependency on the younger demographic.

1.6 Population of Persons with Disabilities

Visual impairment is the leading case of disability in the County accounting for 31.05% of the

total persons with disability. Physical disability follows at 28.2% while mental cases accounts for

13.05 %.

Table 2: People living with disabilities by type and sex

Type of Disability M F Total

Visual impairment 1962 2390 4352

Hearing impairment 737 777 1514

Speech 513 405 918

Physical/Self care 1836 2124 3960

Mental 1047 782 1829

Other 631 809 1440

total 6726 7287 14013

% with Disability
Source: NCPD, 2018


1.7 Demographic Dividend

Evidence show that Counties are at different stages of demographic transition. It is, therefore,

necessary to make County specific strategic investments in the four focus areas of the

Demographic Dividend, namely, health and wellbeing; education and skills development;

employment and entrepreneurship and rights, governance and youth empowerment as guided by

2015 County Adolescent and Youth Survey reports and the Kenya’s Demographic Dividend

Roadmap. It is therefore imperative for counties to prioritize interventions that will enhance the

achievement of demographic dividend and hence economic transformation.


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Table 3: Demographic Dividend Potential


1.8 Human Development Approach

This section gives a brief explanation of the Human Development Indicators and briefly compares

the county HDIs to the national HDIs. It further provides the trends for the previous plan period

(2013-2017).

1.9 Infrastructure Development

1.9.1 Roads and Rail Network (Including Roads by Classification, Major Bus, Lorry Parks

and Railway Stations/ Terminus), Ports and Jetties, Airports and Airstrips


1.9.1.1 Roads: Taita Taveta County has a total road network of 1832.29km. of which 283.2km.

are of bitumen standards, 168.09km. of murram, and 1381km earth road. Key roads in the county

include Mombasa-Nairobi highway, which covers approximately 270km,Voi-Taveta

Road(110km) Mwatate –Wundanyi Roads, Voi-Salaita gate Road, Maungu-Kasigau road .


The road network has greatly improved in recent times following upgrading of Mwatate-Taveta

road to bitumen standards and rehabilitation of Mwatate –Wundanyi road .The county has also

seen regular maintenance of both classified and unclassified roads which has greatly improved

increased accessibility and agricultural productivity.


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The conditions of most roads however remain a major challenge especially during the rainy

seasons and the roads maintenance players County Government, KURA, KERRA, KENHA and

KWS will be required to put more resources to make the roads motorable.


1.9.1.2 Railway: In the past, the County of Taita Taveta had two railway networks namely:

1. The Voi – Taveta Railway line and
2. The Mombasa – Voi – Nairobi railway line.


While the Voi-Taveta railway line is now defunct having been in-operation for a number of years,

the Mombasa – Voi - Nairobi railway line has since been upgraded to a Standard Gauge

Railway(SGR). The SGR line runs both passenger and cargo trains with the latter commencing

operations in 2018. The county hosts two of the SGR Terminus Stations at Miasenyi and Voi, with

a total of 170km of railway track running through the county. The SGR has greatly enhanced

accessibility to the county for both trade and tourism purposes.


1.9.1.3 Lorry Parks: A modern lorry park is situated in Maungu, Voi Sub-County. This Lorry

park was among the national flagship projects under Vision 2030 and was handed over to the

County Government in 2015. The park while operational is not yet running at full capacity with a

lot of potential for increased tenancy within the restaurant, accommodation and trade facilities as

well as the basic parking area. Parking of lorries and trailers in other urban centres in the county

still remain a challenge as it is uncontrolled.


1.9.1.4 Bus parks: The Voi Central Business District hosts the main transport terminus. The

terminus accommodates vehicles plying both county, national and international routes including

Buses and 14-Seater vehicles (Matatus) from areas such as Nairobi, Mombasa, Tanzania and from

within the county.


Mwatate and Wundanyi Centres accommodate public vehicles such as Proboxes and matatus that

are transiting to Taveta and/or Tanzania and traversing the more rural areas of the county.


Taveta Centre accommodates buses moving through the Holili Border and other local public

service vehicles.


1.9.1.5 Airstrip: Taita Taveta County has a total of 17 public airstrips most of which are

underutilized or undeveloped. The airstrips are located in Taveta (6), Voi (5) and Mwatate (6). The

main airstrips are Ikanga, Taveta and KWS. Plans are underway to have Ikanga airstrip handle

chartered airlines which will greatly boost tourism and trade in the county. There are also two

private airstrips one in Taveta and one Mwatate and 4 airstrips in Tsavo National Park.


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No. Sub County Airstrip

1 Mwatate Maktau Gate Airstrip and Taita Hills Airstrip

2 Taveta
Kangetchwa Airstrip, Lake Jipe, mbirikani airstrip, Taveta Airstrip,

Taveta Sisal airstrip and Ziwani airstrip

3 Voi

Aruba Airstrip, Finch Hattons, Kamboya(Tsavo West) airstrip, Kilaguni

airstrip, Macckinon road airstrip, mtito andei airstrip, Ngulia lodge

airstrip, Satao camp airstrip and Voi Ikanga airstrip


1.10 Information, Communication Technology Which Include Post Offices,

Mobile Telephony, Landline, Fiber Optic Cables, Radio and Television and

Huduma Centres


1.10.1 Post Office: The county government has four post offices and 19 sub-post offices. The

post offices are in Wundanyi, Voi, Mwatate and Taveta –With the growth of ICT, post offices

have now been experiencing a decline in utilization.

1.10.2 Mobile Telephone: Mobile penetration has been improving over the years, it is estimated

over 80% of the county is covered by telecommunication network service provider. Most of the

national mobile phone operators have presence in the County including the main one Safaricom,

Airtel and Telkom.

1.10.3 Huduma Center: The county has one Huduma Centre, located in Wundanyi, offering

services ranging from immigration services, national registration, business registration and

National Transport Authority Services and many more. The National Government through the

Ministry of Finance operates the Huduma Centres providing one-stop shop services for a range of

government services and the establishment of similar services in other sub-counties within Taita

Taveta will greatly enhance service delivery to the citizens.

1.10.4 Fibre Optics and related Infrastructure: The National Government has laid down fibre

optic cables in the main urban areas, through the National Optic Fibre Backbone (NOFBI)

Network, a Ministry of Information, Communications and Technology programme. The main

connection terminates at the Wundanyi County Headquarters. This connectivity in conjunction

with the planned county ICT infrastructure installations will greatly enhance communication

services when fully operationalized within the county government offices and in the main urban

areas. Private Service providers and the county government have made significant progress in the

provision of internet services. Several cyber cafes can be found in major towns greatly contributing

to increased usage of internet services. With youth using their mobile phones to access the internet

for social media and other digital utilities, farmers accessing information online, the level of

penetration can be assumed to be on the rise.


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The county government has also initiated the establishment of Community Resources Centres to

compliment what is currently available through various other players in the public and private

sector. These Community Resource Centres are in areas such as Mghange and Kasigau.

Local radio stations, national television and radio stations and digital satellite services have well

distributed coverage across the county with a majority of the county population having access to

at least radio services.


1.11 Energy Access (Main Sources of Energy, Electricity Coverage, Solar,

Biogas, Wind, Etc.)


The main source of energy in the county include electricity, solar and wood fuel. Though a good

number of areas have been connected to the national electricity grid some areas in Taveta and

Wundanyi sub-counties are yet to be reached.


However, firewood and charcoal are the main source of cooking fuel respectively and also lighting

fuel is paraffin followed by electricity and solar. Solar energy where there is great potential has

however not been exploited.


1.11.1 Electricity Coverage: A significant percentage of the urban areas have been connected to

the national electricity grid and a growing number of the villages are being connected to the grid

through the National Rural Electrification Programme however there is still much more progress

to be made.

1.11.2 Renewable Energy - Solar and Wind: The great potential for solar energy within the

county remains untapped with a number of feasibility studies by investors currently ongoing and

a World Bank Project being reviewed.

1.11.3 Biogas: A number of non-governmental organisations and private sectors entities have

initiated Biogas initiatives within Taita Taveta County. These projects, which are mainly in

schools and private households, provide an alternative source of energy with more than 600

households and schools utilising biogas energy. As the eventual cost of the biogas energy is

relatively cheap, it has gained popularity with schools and dairy farmers in particular adopting

this source of energy.


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1.12 Housing Types

The 2009 population and Housing census report indicated that the distribution of housing with

regard to main walling materials is 51.1%, 42.5%, 2.4% and 2.1% for brick/block, mud/wood,

mud/cement and stone respectively.

On the other hand, housing distribution by main floor materials is 64.7% and 35.3% for earth and

cement respectively, while housing distribution by main roofing material is 80.2%, 14%, 1.9% and

1.7% for corrugated iron sheets, grass, makuti and asbestos sheets respectively.

This has however changed due to multiplier effects of urban expansion and other exceptional

factors such as landowner compensation for large infrastructure such as SGR and Road

construction. Most of the proceeds from compensation have gone towards improvement of

household environment.

Table 4: Housing Construction Material Distribution

ROOFING

MATERIALS
WALLING

MATERIALS
FLOORING

MATERIALS

Corrugated iron

sheets

80.2

%
Brick / Block

51.1% Earth 64.7%

Grass

14.0

%
Mud / Wood

42.5% Cement 35.3%

Makuti 1.9% Mud / Cement 2.4%

Asbestos sheets 1.7% Stone 2.1%


1.13 Land and Land Use

1.13.1 Land Ownership Categories/ Classification

The total land area in Taita Taveta County is 17,084.1km2. The two National Parks (Tsavo East

and Tsavo West) cover an approximate area of 10,650 Km2, which translates to about 62% of the

total land area. Water bodies in the county account for approximately 16 Km2 of the land area,

leaving about 22% of County land for settlement and agricultural activities.

Land available for household farming activities is further reduced drastically due to the presence

of a total of 28 ranches which combined, cover an approximate area of 773.5 Km2. Eight of these

belong to the Kenya government, nine to group ranches and 11 are privately owned. The average

size of the ranches is 2,762.5 Ha. Large scale sisal farming for fibre production further reduces

land available for settlement and household farming activities. There are three companies that

produce sisal for both domestic and export markets. Rain fed agriculture is the dominant activity

by most households as a subsistence and/or economic undertaking.

The land in the County is communally owned with approximately 35% having title deeds. Land

adjudication is currently ongoing, to ensure all land owners are issued with title deeds.


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1.13.2 Mean Holding Size

The total acreage under food crops is 18,125 Ha while the total acreage under horticulture

(excluding sisal estates) is 3,296 Ha. The total acreage under food crops is 18,125 Ha while the

total acreage under horticulture (excluding sisal estates) is 3,296 Ha. The average farm holding in

the areas that have agricultural potential ranges between 0.5 ha to 30ha, while that of rain fed

ranges between 2ha - 20ha. The average farm size for small scale farmers is about 0.4 Ha in the

highlands, 1.3 Ha in the midlands, and 4.8 Ha in the lowlands. This however rapidly changing

due to population pressure which have led to land sub-division. The county also has large scale

farm (mostly sisal estates) in Mwatate, Voi and Taveta whose average farm size is 7,400 Ha.

1.13.3 Percentage of Land with Title Deeds

Taita Taveta County land is public, private and communal owned, with the public covering about

63% leaving around 37% to the community to own. The land in the County is communally owned

with approximately 35% having title deeds. In the county 55.2% of residents own land but do not

have title deeds or any formal document while 5.8% of land is under lease. Disaggregated by

gender, majority of male headed households (57.5%) and female headed households (55.6%) own

land but do not have title deeds or any formal document whereas, 38.5% of youth headed

households have allotment letters which show they own land but do not have title deeds. Only

31.3% and 40.7% of male and female-headed households, respectively, have land with title deed/

allotment letter.


This situation is expected to change with the conclusion of the land adjudication process that is

currently going on in all the sub-counties.

1.13.4 Incidence of Landlessness

Landlessness is on the increase as a result of poverty, illegal land evictions, internal displacement

of persons, natural disasters. Unresolved land tenure issues continue to be a thorny issue in the

county in all the sub-counties.


A huge chunk of the county is occupied by private farms and ranches, contributing to the high rate

of landlessness. Moreover, the long process of land adjudication and settlement in schemes such

as Jipe (Taveta), Mwachabo and Mwananchi (Mwatate) as well as Maungu and Buguta (Voi) have

also contributed to this increase.

1.13.5 Settlement Patterns (Urban Centres, Informal Settlement, Etc.)

Settlement patterns in the county has mixed variations. There is a scattered form of settlement

majorly in the rural areas with medium and high cluster settlement patterns more prevalent in

minor and major towns within the county. Most of the county’s urban centres have not been well

planned and subdivided for allocation purposes leaving them to poor and unplanned urban

developments.

In recent times, the county has witness growth of key urban centres of voi, Mwatate and Taveta.

The rapid growth of population has seen the emergence of peri-urban settlement and expansion of


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informal and unplanned settlements. Other than the key urban areas, the county has witnessed an

increase of unplanned trading centres along the Mombasa–Nairobi highways and on the Voi-

Taveta Road.


Figure 5: Map of Major Urban Areas and Roads Network

The rural settlement pattern also has mixed variation with high potential areas of Wundanyi,

Mwatate Taveta and Voi having high densities while in the lower lands, the population is scattered.

The settlement patterns in the low land is a major challenge as per capita the provision of key

services such as water, education, health care is high, in comparison to high potential and urban

areas.


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1.14 Employment

1.14.1 Wage Earners


The County’s total labor force between 15-64 years was 162,928 which represents 54% of the total

Population (KNBS, 2009). The composition of this labor force is 48% (80,222) female and 52%

(86,720) male. This population is ecpected to reach 166,151 in 2018 and 172,700 by the end of the

plan period. The areas of wage employment include in public service, major construction sites,

sisal plantations.

1.14.2 Self-Employed

Self-employment ventures are similarly marked by variation, contingent on urban and/ or rural

areas. In urban areas, there are very small-to-medium business enterprises, including shops, hotels,

money transfer services, spare parts outlets, groceries, petrol stations, hardware stores and

transport sector, especially the motor cycle industry. Others include Jua Kali businesses such as

garages, furniture production, metal fabrication and welding, car tyre repairs, brick making and

cyber cafes.


In the rural areas, the self-employed people are mainly engaged in agricultural and livestock

ventures as well as brick making. With the expansion of the rural electrification programme, more

people are engaged in wielding, furniture making, barber shops and salon and money transfers

services.


Small scale mining, quarrying and sand harvesting are other ventures where a number of people -

especially youth – are involved, more so in Mwatate, Voi and Taveta Sub-counties.

1.14.3 Labour Force by Sector

Agriculture sector which including crop production, livestock keeping and fishing remain the

largest outlet for the labour force, employing almost 70 percent of the population. Other sector

where the labour force is engaged include the public sector where many people are working as

teachers and both national and County government institution. The growing Business, construction

and transport sector have also had significance in absorbing the labour force.1.14.4 Unemployment

Levels

1.14.4 Unemployment rate

Unemployment rate in the County stands at 45%, attributable to low skills among the population

and the limited capacity of the industrial sector. Oher causes of unemployment include, but are not

limited to, undeveloped agricultural and mining sectors, as well as low access to financial and

business development support service sectors


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1.15 Irrigation Infrastructure and Schemes

1.15.1 Irrigation Potential

The established irrigation potential in the county stand at 11470 ha with only 47% of the irrigable

land being utilized.


Table 5: Irrigation Potential, by Sub County

SUB-

COUNTY

IRRIGATION POTENTIAL

(HA)

PRESENTLY IRRIGATED

(HA)

NOT IRRIGATED

(HA)

MWATATE 595 70 525

WUNDANYI 620 124 496

VOI 555 52 503

TAVETA 9,700 5,160 4,540

TOTALS 11,470 5,406 6,064

Source: County Agriculture Department

Tavate Sub-county accounts for 84.6% of the irrigation potential, mainly because of the presence

of regular water supply from Njoro springs and Lake Chala.


With food security being both a national and county priority development of both large scale and

small holder irrigation scheme, this will require a concerted effort by all development stakeholders.

1.15.2 Irrigation Schemes

The county has 57 small holder irrigation and drainage schemes of which 40 are operational as

seen in below.


Table 6: Distribution of Small Holder Irrigation and Drainage Schemes by Sub-County

Sub-county No of schemes Operational Non-operational

Mwatate 6 5 1

Wundanyi 17 14 3

Voi 9 4 5

Taveta 25 17 8

TOTAL 57 40 17


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1.16 Crop, Livestock, Fish Production and Value addition

1.16.1 Main Crops Produced

The main crops grown are in the county are cereals (Maize, sorghum, Rice), pulses (beans,

cowpeas, green grams, , pigeon peas), root crops (cassava, and sweet potatoes), horticultural crops

(kales, tomatoes, cabbages, French beans, snow peas, capsicum, Asian vegetables), fruit crops

(bananas, mangoes, oranges, passion fruit, guavas), nuts and oil crops (macadamia, groundnuts,

sunflower, coconut, cashew nut) fibre crops (cotton, sisal), emerging crops (jojoba, moringa,

mushroom, aloe vera, jatropa).

1.16.1 Acreage Under Food and Cash Crops

The county has 2,909.9 Km2 of total arable land, whereby 74% is used for low potential agriculture

as it receives an annual mean rainfall of 440mm. The hectarage under food and cash crop

production in the County is approximately 18,125 ha and 3,296 ha respectively.

1.16.2 Average Farm Sizes

The average farm size in the highlands is 0.4 Ha, translating into low yield per unit area for most

farming households. For small scale farming in the midlands and lowlands, the average farm size

is 1.5 Ha and 4.8 Ha respectively.

1.16.3 Main Storage Facilities

Though the county has National Cereal and Produce Board stores in Voi and Taveta, the main

storage facilities used by most households are improved granaries, traditional stores and living

houses.

1.16.4 Agricultural Extension, Training, Research and Information Services (Available

Training Institutions, Demonstration Firms’ Multiplication Sites Etc.)

Taita Taveta University is the main training facility in the county, KALRO Katumani and Mtwapa

are the main research and information sources. The County further has multlipication centres at

Bachuma and Mwatate.

1.16.5 Main Livestock Breeds and Facilities

The County is a major livestock rearing zone, with the main types of livestock being beef cattle,

dairy cattle, goats, sheep, camels, donkeys, poultry, bee keeping, rabbit and pigs. Chicken is the

main poultry reared, although guinea fowl quills, turkeys, geese, ducks, peacock, pigeons are

emerging poultry. Other emerging livestock enterprises that are yet to be exploited include ostrich

farming, crocodile farming, tortoise farming, snakes, silkworm farming, snail farming and

butterfly farming in select parts of the County. The livestock population in the County is currently

estimated as in the table below.


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Table 7: Livestock Population Figures and Trend

WUNDANYI TAVETA VOI MWATATE

Types No. No. No. No. Total

Cattle Dairy 16,900 970 2,560 6,880 27,310

Beef 10,850 25,960 72,940 34,950 144,700

Poultry Indigenous 21,600 67,800 110,770 168,600 368,700

Layers 4,700 1,700 4,500 10,100 21,000

Broilers 3,550 850 8,940 3,100 16,440

Other birds 1,700 2,500 400 1,200 5,800

Goats Indigenous

Goats

25,300 46,200 96,000 14,700 182,200

Dairy Goats Dairy goats 790 705 450 810 2,755

Sheep Local Hair 17,500 19,800 7,300 5,500 50,100

Pigs All breeds 110 365 637 1,100 2,212

Bee Hives Log Hives 255 1330 900 1030 3,515

KTBH 650 10 460 190 1,310

Lang troth 1,700 900 1,800 1,040 5,440

Camels - 1,760 720 -

Rabbits 1,980 1,100 5,248 600 8,930

Donkeys 420 430 480 600 1,930

Emerging

Livestock

Guinea fowls 1650 550 1160 2100 5,460

Ostriches - - - 0 0

Source: County Livestock and veterinary offices 2017


The county has two diagnostic laboratories, 73 cattle dips, 89 cattle crushes, 28 slaughter houses,

4 artificial insemination sub stations, four rural tanneries and twenty-one skin bandas. Common

animal diseases in the county include foot and mouth disease, lumpy skin disease, black quarter,

anthrax, rift valley fever, goat pox, sheep and goat pox, contagious bovine pleuropneumonia,

contagious caprine pleuropneumonia, trypanosomiasis, anaplasmosis, babesiosis, helminthiasis,

brucellosis, new castle disease, gumboro, fowl typhoid, fowl pox, and rabies.

1.16.6 Ranching (Number, Ownerships and Activities)

Approximately 4,100 Km2, 24% of total County land area, comprises of rangeland suitable for

ranching and dry land agriculture. The County rangeland forms one of the disease-free zones under

Vision 2030, aimed at supporting production of livestock products for export. Ranching is

therefore a major avenue through which beef cattle are produced, with the County having a total

of 28 ranches, with 10 of these owned by the government under the Directed Agricultural Company

(DAC) arrangement. The other major categories of ranches are private and group ranches, with

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is only one ranch owned by a cooperative society, located in Wundanyi. The average ranch size in

the County is 12,762.5 Ha. The livestock reared in the ranches include goats, sheep, camels and

cattle.

1.16.7 Apiculture (Bee Keeping)

Beekeeping is well established in Kenya and can be successfully carried out in about 80% of the

country. It is especially suitable in the semi-arid areas where other forms of land use are less

reliable. Beekeeping contributes to incomes and food security through provision of honey,

beeswax and pollen as food and propolis, bee’s venom and royal jelly in medicine. It also

contributes to seed and food production through crop pollination and conserves the natural

environment. Kenya produces an estimated 25,000 MT of honey and 3,000MT of beeswax valued

at Ksh 3.5 billion annually.


In addition, to the above achievements, the livestock industry has a high degree of vertical linkages

within the sector. For instance, the industry is an important market for feeds, drugs and equipment

manufacturing enterprises and is a provider of raw materials for agro-processing industries.

1.17 Oil and Other Mineral Resources

1.17.1 Oil & Mineral Potential

Taita Taveta is a county endowed with abundant minerals which prompted the construction of a

Gemmology centre in Voi, as well as the establishment of a centre for mining in Taita Taveta

University (also in Voi). Current estimates indicate that Taita Taveta is one of the leading

producers of minerals produced in Kenya, with the geology of the County falling into two

categories, namely, the Mozambique belt (Taita hills, Mwatate, Kasigau, and Kuranze areas) and

the Tertiary Volcanic belt (Taveta region).


Most of the gemstones and industrial minerals are found in the Mozambique belt, with some of

the gemstones found in the area include Tsavorite, red garnets, green garnets, yellow garnets, ruby,

green tourmalines, and yellow tourmalines, colour change garnets, sapphires, Quartz, peridot,

iolite, spinel, rhodonites and kyanites.


The County is home to more than 40 high value gemstones. According to geological experts,

Tsavorite and ruby are highly sought after globally, with the County being the main source of the

minerals worldwide.


The industrial minerals found in this belt are iron ore, limestone, marble, magnetite, asbestos,

graphite, Kaolin clay, copper, manganese, nickel and mica. Deposits of cobalt are also thought to

be present in the area. Geological surveys indicate that substantial quantities of the mineral

deposits are yet to be fully explored and developed in the region due to financial and technical

constraints.


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Currently, efforts are underway to accurately map out mineral distribution in the County, with an

ongoing project that seeks to assess the occurrence of iron ore and conduct a Cadastral Survey to

produce a mineral distribution map. Establishing the type and volume of mineral resources

available will help to ensure that these are harnessed and utilized for the benefit of communities

in the mining areas and the local economy, something that has remained elusive for a long time.


Issues of royalties and benefit sharing between the investors, the County and national governments,

and the communities must be addressed to produce a win-win situation. This will ensure that

sustainable exploitation of mineral resources acts as a key driver of the County economy thereby

contributing towards poverty alleviation.

1.17.2 Ongoing Mining and Extraction Activities (Quarry, Sand Harvesting, Cement Etc.)


1.17.2.1 Sand Harvesting is a key activity in the county mainly undertaken in major dry rivers

such as Voi river. The major sites include Mambura Vision sand harvesting along Mto Mwagodi,

Taita Semi-Arid multipurpose along Voi river, Mwakajo Darajani Silc at Ghazi, Wacha Wose

Ngulia Youth sand harvesting Group at Ndii, Kidasi Self Help Group at Kishushe, Paranga

Education & Micro Enterprises Group at Paranga area, Mwareri sand harvesting at Kishushe,

Mengo sand harvesting at Kishamba and Msanganyiko sand harvesting at Mengo Mwatate


1.17.2.2 Ballast & Quarry: The major quarry and ballast sites in the County include: Mwashoti

ballast crushing along Taveta road near Lwalenyi ranch, Building blocks at Timboni in Taveta,

Gimba stone crushing at Gimba Saghalla, Kamtonga ballast crushing near Lwalenyi ranch,

Ballast crushing at Josa old road, old Bulkam quarry and Building stones at Timbo ya Mzungu.


1.17.2.3 Proposed mining turnkey projects

 Mapping, planning and demarcating county mining zone at Mwananchi ranch and open it up

for registered Artisanal Mining groups with an aim to develop a small-scale mining park.

 Carry out an intensive geological survey of industrial minerals (e.g. copper, manganese, iron

ore and nickel) so as to attract investors to establish industries in the mining sector.


1.18 Tourism and Wildlife

1.18.1 Main Tourist Attractions and Activities


The County has immense potential to reap economic gains from tourism activities. There exists a

wide range of tourist attractions in Taita Taveta, with the County priding itself in being home to

Tsavo East and Tsavo West National Parks.


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In addition to the scenery, the parks are swarming with wildlife and birdlife, whilst also being

home to indigenous forests with rare tree species. The northern part of Tsavo West has a rolling

volcanic landscape carpeted in long grass and dense bush. Here, the main attractions include

volcanoes, lava flows, caves and Mzima Springs. Tourist activities in the park comprise of game

viewing, camping, cave exploration and underwater hippo and fish-watching. Tsavo East, on its

part, offers a vast and untapped arena of arid bush, accentuated by the azure and emerald

meandering of Galana River. It is guarded by the limitless lava reaches of Yatta plateau and

patrolled by some of the largest elephant herds in Kenya.


Other attractions include Aruba dam (visited by thousands of animals), Mudanda rock that towers

above a natural dam; Lugards Falls, which feature bizarrely-eroded rocks through which the waters

of the Galana River plunge into foaming rapids and crocodile –infested pools; and the heat

shimmering end of Yatta Plateau, the longest lava flow in the world at 300 kilometres in length,

an ornithological paradise that attracts migrating birds from all over the world. These include

goshawks, buffalo weaver and palm nut vultures, African skimmers; other birds are weaverbirds,

sunbirds, kingfisher and hornbills.

The County is dotted by the spectacular Taita Hills comprising of Sagalla, Kasigau and Dawida

massifs, with Dawida being the largest and tallest of the three at an altitude of 2,208 meters above

sea level at Vuria peak, the highest point in coast region. The other three main peaks are at Dawida

massif are Iyale, Wesu, and Susu.

On top of forming perfect spots for rock climbing and campsites, the hills are known for their

moist forests with a unique biodiversity (fauna and flora). More than 20 endemic species of African

violets (e.g. Saintpaulia teitensis) occur exclusively here. Also, the Taita Thrush and the Taita

Apalis are endemic bird species found here. The Taita Falcon and the Taita Fiscal were first

discovered at the hills but occur elsewhere too.


Specifically, the Tsavo East / West national parks boast of a number of tourist attractions, where

visitors view game and are provided with scenic sites prime for picnics and viewing of aquatic life.

These include Mzima Springs, Shetani Lava, Shaimu Hills, 3 Sisters Hills, Mudanda Rock,

Luggards Falls, Aruba Dam and Lodge, Chyulu Hills, Yatta Plateau, not to mention the different

species of wildlife, including the world-acclaimed “big five” (lions, elephants, buffaloes, leopards

and rhinos).


Table: Main Tourist Attractions and Activities

Protected Area Major Tourist Attractions Activities


Tsavo East / West N. Parks

 Different Species of
wildlife including the “Big

Five”

Game Viewing

 Mzima springs Picnic and Aquatic Life View

 Shetani lava Scenic sites

 Shaimu hills Scenic sites

 3 Sisters hills Scenic sites

 Mudanda rock Scenic sites

 Lugard Falls Scenic sites


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 Aruba dam and Lodge Scenic sites

 Chyulu hills Scenic sites

 Yatta plateau Scenic sites

Source: KWS, 2017


1.18.2 Classified / Major Hotels (Numbers, Bed Capacity and Distribution by Sub-County)


Table 8: Classified / Major Hotels (Numbers, Bed Capacity and Distribution by Sub-County)

Facility Name Facility Type Bed Capacity Location (Sub -county)

Sarova Lodge Lodge 130 Mwatate

Taita Hills Lodge Lodge 220 Mwatate

Ziwani Tented Camp Lodge 65 Taveta

Voi Safaris Lodge 106 Voi

Aruba Ashnil Lodge 80 Voi

Galdessa Permanent tented camp 30 Voi

Tsavo Man eaters Lodge 40 Voi

Epiya chapeyo Permanent tented camp 36 Voi

Satao Permanent tented camp 54 Voi

Dololo PTC Permanent tented camp 44 Voi

Sentrim (Tarhi) Permanent tented camp 30 Voi

Sala hill Permanent tented camp 30 Voi

Patterson camp Permanent tented camp 60 Voi

Kanderi Special campsite Voi

Dololo Public campsite Voi

Durusikale Special campsite Voi

Kilaguni (Serena) Lodge 102 Voi

Ngulia Lodge 104 Voi

Kitani (Severin) Eco lodge 60 Voi

Moilo (Finch Hattons) Permanent tented camp 70 Taveta

Rhino valley Permanent tented camp 30 Voi

Professional Special campsite 12 Voi

Royal little Special campsite 12 Voi

Maji ya Chumvi Special campsite 12 Voi

Samba Special campsite 12 Voi

Palm tree Special campsite 12 Voi

Pipeline Special campsite 12 Voi

Kamboyo Guesthouse 8 Voi

Kamboyo campsite Public campsite 60 Voi


1.18.3 Main Wildlife

The county hosts main wildlife species which includes the ‘Big Five’ i.e. Elephants, Buffalos,

Leopards, Lions and Rhinos. Other important species include the endangered hirolas and wild

dogs. Additionally, leopards, pods of hippo, crocodiles, waterbucks, lesser kudu, gerenuk and the

prolific bird life features 500 recorded species.


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The average wildlife density in Topical Livestock Units (TLU) per km2 as at the year 2007, stood

at 4.35 (Nature’s Benefits in Kenya, 2007), classified as amongst the highest averages in the

country. Worth noting is that the rangeland that is not part of the parks supports grazing

mammals, livestock and other wildlife species, including hippos and crocodiles.

1.18.4 Wildlife Conservation Areas (Game Parks, Reserves, Conservancies, Game Ranches)


Game parks in the county include Tsavo East and West National parks and Chyulu national park.

The county also has private and community conservancies which include Lumo Conservancy.

1.18.5 Total Number of Tourists (Both Domestic and Foreign) Visiting Attraction Sites

Annually


Table 9: Visitors by Tourists Attraction Type


Attractions


Name

NUMBER


Residents 2013


Residents 2014*

Non-

Residents

2013

Non-

Residents

2014*

Adults Children Adults Children Adults Adults


National

Parks

Tsavo East

Parks

34,483 27,988 25,528 25,085 90,707 52,620

Tsavo

West

Parks

20,032 12,852 15,308 14,272 35,932 21,378


Sanctuaries

Salt Lick

(Sarova)

1,233 960 1,456 1,023 34,342 38,458

Ngutuni 456 332 564 223 2,342 2,467

Source: Kenya Wildlife Services, Taita Taveta County

*Provisional

1.19 Industry and Trade

1.19.1 Markets

The County has got a total of 21 operational market structures, as tabulated below:


Table 10: Distribution of Market Structure by Sub County

SUB-COUNTY NO. OF MARKETS OPERATIONAL NON-OPERATIONAL

Voi 6 3 2

Mwatate 3 2 1

Taveta 5 3 2

Wundanyi 8 2 6

Total 22 10 11


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Though these markets structures exist, instances of traders conducting business in open areas and

road reserves is common in all trading centres and residential areas in major urban towns. Main

commodities sold in the open air include agricultural produce and used cloth.

1.19.2 Industrial Parks (Including Jua Kali Sheds)


Though the county lacks established industrial parks, two sites exist for establishment on industrial

parks at Taveta and Voi. The county also has Jua kali sheds in Voi and Taveta town. The sheds

are meant to facilitate participation of youth as artisans and entrepreneurs

1.19.3 Major Industries


The main industries in the county are sisal industries in Voi and Mwatate and Taveta. Other

smaller industries include maize millers, bakeries in Taveta and Voi.

1.19.4 Types and Number of Businesses

A wide range of services are offered in Taita Taveta County, in addition to assorted merchandising,

manufacturing and hybrid type of businesses. There are a total number of 3842 registered and

licensed businesses spread within the 150 trading centres, with a high concentration in Voi and

Taveta towns. Retail traders form the largest proportion at 65% of the total registered and licensed

businesses.


Table 11: Types of Business in the County

CATEGORY NUMBER

2013 2014*

Trading Centres

Trading Centres 150 150

Licenced Businesses

Licenced Retail Traders (Excl. supermarkets) 2,263 2,484

Supermarkets (Incl. branches) 6 8

Licenced Wholesale Traders 52 56

Licenced Hawkers 125 156

Registered Hotels 32 36

Petrol Stations 21 22

Licenced Liquor Outlets 319 333

Informal Enterprises 386 420

Other Licenced Businesses 306 327

Source: Finance and Planning, County Government of Taita Taveta

1.19.6 The Blue Economy (Including Fisheries)


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1.19.7 Main Fishing Activities, Types of Fish Produced, Landing Sites

1.19.7.1 Main Fishing Activities: The main fishery activities in the county are aquaculture and

capture. Aquaculture is done at the farms while capture fishery is done at Lake Jipe and Lake

Challa both located in Taveta sub- County. Fish farming is mainly undertaken in Taveta and

Wundanyi. The main species of fish being farmed include Tilapia and Clarias, the number of fish

farmers is estimated at 503, with about 630 fish ponds. The total average area of the fish ponds is

238,600 m2. Fishermen spend an average of four hours in any single fishing effort at Lake Jipe

with an average harvest of 112 Kgs.


1.19.7.2 Landing sites: The county has no fish landing sites though two modern landing sites are

earmarked at Kachero and Mkwajuni at Lake Jipe.

1.19.7.3Marine Transport and Tourism


The niche tourism products around Lake Jipe and Lake Chala need to be harnessed and/ or

developed further, given their immense potential.

1.20 Forestry, Agro Forestry and Value Addition

1.20.1 Main Forest Types and Size of Forests (Gazetted and Un-Gazetted Forests)


The County has a total of 78 Forest parcels, of which 25 are gazetted under The Kenya Forest

Service (KFS) and one, Jaycee forest, is in the process of being gazetted. 52 parcels are yet to be

gazetted, an exercise that is to be undertaken by the County Government. The gazetted forests

cover an area of 1,489.8 Ha whereas the non-gazetted ones cover an area of approximately 9,000

Ha.

In order to facilitate proper and sustainably managed forest resources, five Community Forest

Associations (CFAs) have so far been established, four of which already have Forest Management

Plans while one is yet to have the same. Despite the effort, a number of forests have been

encroached on by squatters. These are Mwandongo, Iyale, Goye and Macha forests. In addition to

forested areas, farm forestry is also widely practiced in the County by nearly every household. The

average number of trees per farm stands at 110, while the annual seedlings production is estimated

at 1,701,086. Of the total seedlings production


There are four types of forests quite distinct in the county namely:

i. High productive forest which are -associated with the humid Taita hills scattered in

the County, though with a higher concentration in Taita Sub County. These forests are

mainly of indigenous tree cover with isolated portions of plantation forests, example

of these are Chawia, Ngangao, Iyale, Susu/Fururu, Macha and Mwachora, and


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Mwambirwa. The latter, (Mwambirwa) is a bit exceptional since its covered by

indigenous trees only on water catchment areas while a large part of it is exotic tree

cover. Most of the Mwambirwa forest area is increasingly being Colonized by self-

regenerating Eucalyptus species. Exploitation on the high forests is however, deterred

seriously by the naturally difficult terrain and political interference. These forests add

up to an estimated 1,087ha.


ii. Dry forests - Concentrated in marginal/lower zones of the county where rainfall is

minimal and dry spells prolong across the year. The dry forests in the County Include;

Kinyeshavua, Mwandongo, Irizi, Bura, Kighala, parts of Ronge/Mwambirwa, Salaita

and the likes. These add up to an estimated 7,595ha.


iii. Bush/Woodland forests -this category encompasses the Tsavo, Ranches and other

private and community forests mainly in the lower zones of the county. NB; The Dry

and Bush/Woodland forests have common salient features of difficult and poor tree

establishment mainly caused by minimal rainfall and browsing livestock and wildlife.


iv. Farm Forestry -include those trees grown on farm taking the configuration of either

boundary planting and, or, on farm or institutional woodlots.


1.20.2 Species Composition


The tree species distribution in the County adopts the intra and inters - forests diversity in line

with their geographical/ecological placement. In the high forests, indigenous tree species like;

Ocotea usambarensis (dominant thus Ocotea forest type), alongside Tabermontana stapfiana, and

Aningeria adolfii dominate heights above 1,600m.a.s.l. Downslope, grow species like; Newtonia

buchananii (dominant-thus Newtonia forest type), alongside Albizia gummifera (cha msidu),

Strombosia scheffleri, Nuxia spp (mora), Rapanea melanophloes, Syzygium sclerophyllum

(msambarau mwitu) and many others.


Acacia mearnsii dents tree population across the forests, but the natural Acacia species such as

Acacia balanites, A. tortilis, A. mellifera, A. xanthophloea, etc. are associated more with Kitobo

forest as well as the ranches and parks. Ficus spp, Prunus africana, Milletia spp and Erythrina,

among others are common along the riparian though may also have distribution in the forest areas.

Besides, a considerable portion of exotic tree species including Cypress, Grevillea, Pinus, Callitris,

and Eucalyptus is evident in parts of the forests, except for Kasigau.


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1.20.3 Biodiversity

The Taita Hills forest is home to a number of rare flora and fauna, some of which are endemic.

This (Taita Hills forest) has been classified – including IBA – on the basis of the famous species

found therein, such as the Taita Apalis, Taita Thrush and the Taita White Eye. The Caecilian has

also been discovered, endemic to Sagalla forest. This richness in biodiversity has made the forests

in Taita Taveta County not only a treasure-trove of ecotourism, but also, a research hub/

destination.

1.20.4 Water Catchment

Generally, the forest ecosystem in the county, especially the Taita Hills forests, is predominantly

of indigenous tree cover. Water from the forest sources sustains livelihoods of the local

communities and institutions, as well as those of regions beyond the county borders.

1.20.5 Main Forest Products


Forests in the County of Taita Taveta provide the community with a wide range of products and

services. These include tangible wood and non-wood products such as; fuel wood, poles, timber,

herbs, moss and gum/ resin among others. The forests have also enhanced communities’

empowerment by availing conducive environment for development and practice of a number of

Nature-based enterprises like beekeeping, butterfly farming, fish farming, basketry, ecotourism,

commercial tree nurseries management and much more. A lot more forest ecosystem services in

environmental conservation are derived from the forests in the County.


Timber is the main product from Farmlands in the county. An estimated 8,000 metric tons of timber

is produced annually from farmlands. Other products include construction/ fencing poles, wood

fuel, herbal medicine, tubers, latex, gum, wild fruits and honey. Charcoal is also produced from

ranches and private farms.


The forests also provide key ecological services including water catchment protection, carbon

sinking and also wildlife habitat, all playing a critical role in ecotourism activities in the

County.

1.20.6 Agro-Forestry


Agroforestry is a land use management system in which trees or shrubs are grown around or among

crops or pastureland. It combines shrubs and trees in agricultural and forestry technologies to

create more diverse, productive, profitable, healthy, and sustainable land-use systems


The benefits created by agroforestry practices are both economic and environmental. Agroforestry

can increase farm profitability in several ways:


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1. The total output per unit area of tree/ crop/livestock combinations is greater than any single

component alone

2. Crops and livestock protected from the damaging effects of wind are more productive

3. New products add to the financial diversity and flexibility of the farming enterprise.


Agroforestry helps to conserve and protect natural resources by, for example, mitigating non-point

source pollution, controlling soil erosion, and creating wildlife habitat. The benefits of agroforestry

add up to a substantial improvement of the economic and resource sustainability of agriculture.

1.20.7 Value Chain Development of Forestry Products

The cottage industry, through which material for manufacture of a number of items is extracted,

is rife in the county, exemplified by availability of palm leaves (for basketry), aloe vera (medicinal

purposes and beauty products), wattle trees (wattle bark used for tannin making), charcoal (brick

making), grass (hay making), water (mineral water bottling) and moringa oleifera (supplements,

in Mbololo area). Additionally, bee-keeping is carried out in Chawia, whilst butterfly farming for

export through Kipepeo (Gede) is similarly practised. Furthermore, eco-tourism provides a boon

for forestry products in Taita Taveta County.

1.21 Financial Services

1.21.1 Number of Banks, Micro Finance Institutions, Mobile Money Agents and SACCOs

with FOSAs

The county has 5 banks, 3 micro financial institutions and 1 SACCOs which provide various

financial service. These financial institutions have branches in Voi and agents in various trading

centres. mobile money transfers services operated by telephones providers are also well spread in

all the major trading centres


Table 21. Distribution / Coverage of Financial Services by Sub-County


Sub-county Banks MFI SACCO with FOSA

Voi 5 3 1

Mwatate 1

Wundanyi 1

Taveta 3


1.21 Environment and Climate Change


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1.21.1 Major Degraded Areas / Hotspots and Major Contributions to Environmental

Degradation


Quest for development provides challenges to biodiversity conservation. This include loss of

species and integrity of habitat, habitat fragmentation and loss, introduction of species, over

exploitation of plant and animal species, pollution of soil, water and atmosphere, population

pressure, unsustainable natural resource consumption among others.


The hilly part of the county poses a challenge of high cost of initial infrastructure development.

There is risk of landslides as cultivation has exposed the hilly tops to soil erosion. The introduction

of eucalyptus trees for restoration of water catchments has proved counterproductive because they

require a lot of water for their growth thus drying up the water sources they are meant to protect

Some of the major contributions to environmental degradation include:

1. Illegal harvesting of forest products e.g. trees for building poles, timber, fuel wood,

medicinal use; clearing of grass as fodder for animals.

2. Rampant stone harvesting for building construction in forests, public lands, roadsides

without subsequent rehabilitation of the quarries has resulted in severe soil and land

wastage as a result of erosion and landslides. In some areas e.g. Mwakingali in Voi, these

activities have resulted in accidents where disturbed rock outcrops break off and roll into

homes e.g. during extraction, and during the rainy season.

3. Uncontrolled harvesting of wood for charcoal and use of old methods of burning and

uneconomical kilns that result in high wastage of the wood.


1.21.2 Environmental Threats (Loss of Biodiversity, Drought, Floods, Deforestation

Landslides, Coastal and Marine Erosion/Pollution, Emergence of Marine Related Diseases

and Epidemics, Invasive Species Etc.)


Taita Taveta County is already feeling the effects of climate change cause by environment

degradation. Widespread poverty, recurrent droughts, floods, overdependence on rain-fed

agriculture, and availability of few coping mechanisms all combine to increase people’s

vulnerability. For instance, most households in Taita Taveta have little security against extreme

climate events (droughts and floods) since they have fewer resource reserves and heavily rely on

natural resources for their livelihoods. Major impacts of climate change are felt on crop and

livestock production, health, water, forest and land resources. Below are the perceived impacts of

climate change in Taita Taveta, by sector:


1.21.3 Agriculture

Agriculture is an important sector in Taita Taveta County. The main livelihood activities as

observed during the surveys include crop and livestock production. Both crop and livestock


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production are mostly rain fed, yet a large section of the county is water stressed. Agricultural

production is heavily affected by climate change, especially the unpredictable weather patterns.

There were observed and reported changes in the seasons whereby the rainy seasons have reduced

and the onset of the rains delayed. Unpredictability of seasons means changes in planting and

harvesting period which in turn affects crop yields and livestock pastures. The rising temperatures

and reducing rainfall and its poor distribution have affected the optimal temperatures for crop

production and reproduction. The increased temperatures have especially affected crops that used

to thrive in low temperatures. As a result, farmers have experienced reduced crop yields leading

to food insecurity, reduced nutrition and livelihoods. For example, yields of maize, which is the

most commonly grown crop, has declined from 4-6 to 1-2, 90Kgs bag per acre. Some respondent

noted that “Even when farmers plant, there is no guarantee that they will have any harvests‟.

Crop failure has been embellished by drying of major rivers. The drying of rivers and springs has

meant that there is less water available for irrigation. For instance, it was reported that in 2016, all

the 56 springs in the county had dried by November 2016. Many of the respondents also observed

that some of the previously permanent rivers and springs have become either dried up completely

or become seasonal. A case in point is the Voi River, which used to overflow with water throughout

the year but nowadays dry and seasonal. Other rivers that have dried up include Lumi and Tsavo

Rivers.

Reduced rainfall, drying of rivers and the resulting frequent and prolonged droughts threaten

pasture and feed supplies, resulting in livestock malnutrition due to reduced forage in the ranches.

Interviews with officials of the county department of livestock and veterinary services showed that

most palatable grass such as Themeda traidra, Entropogon macrostytus, Eragrostis superba, and

Bracharia species, are disappearing. This has led to starvation and death of many livestock in the

county. Further, the genetic pool of Zebus – which is preferred over other traditional indigenous

livestock species, has gone down. The East African goat, which is very resistant to water stresses,

is also disappearing. The Long-tail Taita sheep was reported to be almost extinct.

The effects of drought in neighbouring counties of North Eastern have resulted in uncontrolled

movement of pastoralists in search of pastures, leading to depletion of grasses and other fodder

trees in Taita Taveta County. Many of these livestock move into the parks and displace wildlife.

In turn, the wildlife moves into settled areas, causing crop and property destruction and predation

of livestock. Overall, this leads to livestock-wildlife and human-wildlife conflicts. For instance,

interviews with the county department of livestock and veterinary services indicated that there is

heavy predation of livestock, and one or two cases of people killed every so often (two weeks).

Additionally, movement of animals has led to introduction of new livestock diseases for instance

East Coast Fever that never used to be a common problem in lowland areas is nowadays common.


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A number of invasive species have also emerged, and are becoming a menace. Reported examples

include a species of cactus and Prosopis juliflora from North Eastern Kenya.

Moreover, rising temperatures have been accompanied with increased prevalence of pests and

diseases, which affect productivity both in crops and livestock. For instance, there were reported

incidences of pests that never used to be there in the upland e.g. the foul armyworm, and white

flies becoming a threat to crop production. Also reported were new crop diseases in the uplands

e.g. blights and mildews. In livestock, respondents reported emergence of new livestock pests and

diseases, which cause havoc to livestock keepers.

1.21.4 Water

Rising temperatures, changes in precipitation and siltation of water reservoirs continue to affect

water quality and quantity. Changes in the water resources in turn affect other sectors including

agriculture, health, energy production and ecosystem health. The number of households with

access to safe drinking water is 41,390 representing about 58% of the total number of households.

Only about a quarter of the population (27.4%) access water from public taps (TTCIDP, 2014).

The increasing population in Taita Taveta, like in other counties, continue to put pressure on the

shrinking water resources. Climate change was perceived and evidenced to have had impact on the

water resources. Major water sources e.g. Rivers Voi and Jipe and springs were reported to have

dried up. Respondents also noted that seasonal rivers that used to flow at certain periods during

the year are no longer flowing, because of degraded catchments. Also, water sources in the national

parks have dried, forcing wildlife moves to human settlements to find water, thereby triggering

human-wildlife and livestock-wildlife conflicts.

1.21.5 Health

The health sector is also affected by climate change and variability because the rising temperatures

provide a conducive environment for malaria vectors to thrive. Extreme weathers especially

prolonged cold (not rainy) seasons exposes more people to respiratory diseases. Climate change

impacts also threaten health by affecting food production and water availability, with the

population in the more arid and semi-arid areas of Taveta being most vulnerable. The bottom line

of health among others is good nutrition. Yet, reduced crop and livestock production and yields

attributed to climate variability means poor human nutrition and health.


Additionally, reduced water quality and quantity coupled with forest degradation (see below) have

resulted in upsurge of water borne diseases such as reported sporadic cases of diarrhoea and

cholera. Also, water quality has reduced and concentration of a big population on same water

source results to contamination and water borne diseases. Such disease outbreaks overstretch


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available health facilities, reduces the amount of labour available of livelihood activities, and

exerts a strain of household budgets.


1.21.6 Forests, wildlife and land degradation

The Taita Taveta County total forest cover is about 280 Km2, representing 0.51% of the total

County area (TTCIDP, 2014). The county has a total of 78 forest parcels but 52 parcels are yet to

be gazetted, an exercise that is to be undertaken by the county government. The gazetted forests

cover an area of 1,489.8 Ha whereas the non-gazetted ones cover an area of approximately 9,000

ha (TTCIDP, 2014). The indigenous forests in the County possess unique biodiversity, being home

to varied flora and fauna. Over 20 endemic species of African violets (e.g. Saintpaulia teitensis)

occur exclusively in Taita Taveta. Also, the Taita Thrush and the Taita Apalis are birds‟ endemic

only to the county. The Taita Falcon and the Taita Fiscal were first discovered at the hills but occur

elsewhere too. However, climate change seems to have worsened the problems already faced by

forests from encroachment for agriculture, over-extraction of timber and non-timber products e.g.

charcoal production. The perceived impacts of climate change on forest include:

i. Loss of wildlife habitats, leading to increase human-wildlife conflict in settled areas.

Moreover, due to habitat degradation, wild animals are no longer found where they used to be,

thus interfering with traditional wildlife watching points in the Tsavo National Park.

ii. Increased water runoff leading to collapse of buildings and heavy soil erosion as evidenced

by huge gullies which have been caused by forest degradation.

iii. Crop and livestock yield reduction has pushed part of the population to environment degrading

activities such as sand harvesting, brick making, quarry and ballast mining, and charcoal

production.

iv. General change in land use – Vast areas of the county were previously rangelands. However,

many areas are being taken over by mining, construction/ settlements, and crop farming. Such

new land uses block wildlife corridors, thus creating loss of biodiversity, and escalates human-

wildlife and livestock-wildlife conflicts. Such new land uses block wildlife corridors, thus

creating loss of biodiversity, and escalates human-wildlife and livestock-wildlife conflicts


1.21.7 High Spatial and Temporal Variability of Rainfall


The county is made up of the highland and the lowland areas. The highland areas receive more

(specify) rainfall than the lowland areas. There are two rainfall seasons with the long rains season

running from the month of March, April to May. The amount of rainfall received during the long

rains season is not adequate to enable farmers to engage in any significant farming activities,

except in the lowland areas of Taveta Sub County.


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Between the months of June, July, August and September usually there is little or no rainfall

received over all parts of the county. The months are normally extremely dry throughout.

The second rainfall season is the short rains season which runs from October through November

to the month of December. This is the season where farmers within the county rely upon for their

major farming activities. The amount of rainfall received in short rains season, is more than the

rainfall obtained during the long rains season.

The semi-arid parts of the county receive between 50mm to 600mm of rainfall in a year. These are

mainly the lowland areas. There are areas where no rainfall is received at all. The highland areas

receive between 600mm to about 1400mm of rainfall annually. Rainfall amount vary from one

place to another. Apart from the amount of rainfall received, the distribution is usually very poor

and may come in less than sixty days a year.

1.21.8 Rainfall Trends

The lowlands parts to the south of the county receive rainfall whose trend is known to be increasing

by about 2mm of rainfall annually. To the north of the county and the highland areas, the rainfall

trend is projected to be declining over the years by 5mm annually.

1.21.9 Change in Water Levels or Glacier

The only evidence of receding glaziers is seen on top of Mt. Kilimanjaro where residents of Taveta

and North of Tanzania say that the amount of snow on top of the mountain has reduced

significantly. People living near Mt. Kenya have also seen that snow on top of the mountain is no

more. People living near Mt. Ruwenzori have also said that the ice pellets on top of the mountain

disappeared over the years. In fact, the name Ruwenzori is a local name referring to ice pellets

which were in plenty in the past.

1.21.10 Solid Waste Management Facilities

The County’s major urban centres of Voi town, Mwatate, Wundanyi, Taveta with several other

have dump sites that only provide basic Solid waste collection and management services despites

amount of wastes collected per day ranging between 10-20 tones. Currently the county has three

waste disposal sites namely: Chakaleri dumpsite serving Mwatate, Voi and Wundanyi, Riata

dumpsite in Taveta and Maungu dumpsite. As a result of shortage of receptacles long illegal

dumpsites are coming up the Wundanyi stage in Mwatate and in Taveta.

Waste transportation in the county is done by 2 garbage trucks and one tractor which currently do

not meet the guidelines stated Waste Management Regulation, 2006.


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1.22 Water and Sanitation

1.22.1 Water Resources

The County has a total of 71,090 households, of which 41,390 households, representing 58% of

the total households have access to portable water and 35% (24,882) have access to piped water.

The number of households with roof catchment systems stands at 13,400 representing 19% of the

total number of households. With erratic of rainfall, efforts should be made to increase the number

of households with roof catchments to tap rain water. The water quality (% of cleanliness) is 80%.

In terms of water resources, there are six main rivers, 95 shallow wells, 92 protected springs, 25

water pans, five dams, 25 boreholes and 57 Water supply schemes in the County.


The main rivers in the county are Lumi, Tsavo and Voi. Mzima Springs forms the main water

supply for Voi town and Mombasa City. Smaller springs augment this supply, and include Njoro

Kubwa, Sanite, Njukini, Maji Wandeni, Lemonya, Kitobo and Humas Springs. Additionally, Lake

Challa and Jipe found in the Taveta area are served by springs emanating from Mt. Kilimanjaro.


1.22.2 Water Supply Schemes

The County has the biggest water supply scheme in the coastal region. This is the Mzima Water

Project, which supplies water to Voi town and its environs through a number of major projects

including Voi water supply, Mbololo water supply, Irima, Kimwa and Kaloleni water projects,

Miasenyi water project, Manyani water supply, and Maungu-Bughuta water project. This scheme

is also among the major suppliers of water in the coastal city of Mombasa. The source of the water

is Mzima springs, situated in the Tsavo West National Park.


Other major water schemes are found in Taveta and Wundanyi areas. In Taveta, there are four

schemes. These are Taveta Lumi water supply, Challa Water Project, Chumvini water project, and

Kitobo water project.


The County is home to both surface and underground water sources. The surface water sources

include Mzima springs, Lakes Challa and Jipe, and some rivers like Mwatate, Kishenyi, Ziwani,

Lumi, Sanga, Wanganga and Voi, Challa, Kighombo and Kishushe. Underground water resources

include two springs, Homer ‘s and Lemonya, and a number of streams including Njukini, Sanite

Njoro Kubwa, Kitobo, and Maji ya Waleni.


1.22.3 Water Sources and Access (Distance to The Nearest Water Points by Sub-County)

The average distance to the nearest water point is 1.25 Km. In the County, an estimated 13% of

households take between 1-4 minutes one way to fetch drinking water. Likewise, 27.2% take


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between 5-14 minutes and 35% take between 15-29 minutes. About 24.8% of households take 30

minutes and above one way to fetch water.


1.22.4 Water Management (Institutions, Measures for Sustainable Use Etc.)

The county has a number of institutions that are involved in water management in the county.

These include Tavevo who are the main water service providers. The Water Users Associations

who mainly stand as watch dog for the water kiosks, boreholes and dams with the county. The

water resource users’ association who are responsible with overseeing the protection of the

catchment areas. The coast water service board also run a number of water projects in the county.


1.22.5 Sanitation

The majority of households in the County use pit latrines, which are 75.8% of total number of

toilet facilities. 67.4% of these are covered pit latrines. The Ventilated Improved Pit (VIP) latrines

form 4.5% of total toilet facilities. The other main type of facility is flush toilets, which accounts

for 5.8%. An estimated 63,981 (about 86%) of the total households in the County have access to

toilet facilities while about 14% of households do not have any kind of toilet facility.

The farm/garden accounts for the largest garbage/waste disposal type at 44.1%, followed by

garbage pits at 23.7%, burning at 22.1%, public garbage heaps at 6.4%, collection by county

government at 2.4%, and collection by private firms at 0.3%. The county government is playing a

more active role in garbage collection to make the environment more habitable.

1.23 Health Access and Nutrition


1.23.1 Health Access (Health Facilities, Health Personnel and Their Distribution by Sub

County)

The County has five public Level-4 hospitals. These include Moi County Refferal hospital in Voi,

Wesu district hospital in Wundanyi and Taveta district hospital. These have bed capacities of 112,

60 and 108 respectively. The other two are Mwatate and Wundanyi sub-district hospitals which

have a bed capacity of 19 and 18 respectively. The total bed capacity for Level-4 facilities is 317.

In addition, there are 16 public health centers which fall under Level-3 category, with eight of

these having a combined bed/cots capacity of 81. In this category are the four model health centers

constructed in the four constituencies under the Economic Stimulus Programme (ESP).

These are Maungu Model Health Centre (MHC) in Voi, Bura MHC in Mwatate, Mgange MHC in

Wundanyi and Rekeke MHC in Taveta. There are no health centers run under private practice or

by missions or NGOs.


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There are also 36 Level-2 facilities in the County. Only three of these admit patients, with beds

capacity of only seven. Kitobo dispensary has only one bed, while Manyani and Kiwalwa

dispensaries have three beds each. The total bed capacity for public health facilities therefore

comes to 405.

There are two other facilities in the County that admit patients. These are the St. Joseph Shelter of

Hope, which is mission-owned, and the privately-owned Riflot medical Centre. They have a bed

capacity of 25 and 18 respectively. The former is within Voi town while the latter is about one

kilometer from the town center on your way to Nairobi City along the Mombasa-Nairobi highway.

Total bed capacity available in the County in all the facilities is therefore 440. The average distance

to the nearest health facility for Taita Taveta residents is 5Km.

The county has 696 health personnel who include 7 medical consultants ,31 general medical

officers 69 clinical officers and 363 nurses spread across public health facilities. There is however

a shortage of 1062 heath personnel who will ensure quality of health services

With an estimated population of 381210, the doctor-population ratio stands at 1: 19,138, falling

short by far, of the 1:600 standard set by the World Health Organization (WHO). Even inclusion

of clinical officers does not lead to improvement of the situation greatly, as the ratio comes to 1:

5,020. The Nurse-population ratio stands at 1:1,142.

1.23.2 Morbidity: Five Most Common Diseases in Order of Prevalence

The most prevalent diseases in the County Are Malaria (38.7%), Upper Respiratory Tract Infection

(URTI) (34.1%), Skin infections (9%), Diarrhea (4%) and Pneumonia (3%). Attempts to control

malaria has seen 51.7% of children under 5 years sleep under treated bed nets, while 26.5% sleep

under untreated bed nets. Overall, 30.8% of the population sleep under a bed net. The percentage

population distribution by incidence of sickness for males stands at 20.3% while for females it is

29.2%. The average for both sexes is 25.2%.

1.23.3 Nutritional Status (Prevalence of Stunting and Wasting in Children Under 5 Years:

Height-For-Age, Weight-For-Height, Weight-For-Age)

According to the three anthropometric indices of nutritional status of children i.e. height for age

stunting, weight for height wasting, and weight for age underweight, the percentage of children

under 5 years classified as malnourished is 34.0%, 11.2% and 28.5% respectively for the three

indicators above.


1.23.4 Immunization Coverage


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Immunization rate for infants between 12-23 months in the County is as follows: 68.1% of the

infants are fully immunized. Those who have been vaccinated against measles and BCG are 84.8%

and 92.4% respectively.

1.23.5 Maternal Health Care (Maternal Deaths, Number of Mothers Delivering in

Hospitals, Ante-Natal and Post-Natal Care)

Free maternity services realized significant progress, delivery by skilled attendants increased from

58% (2015/16) to 62% in (2016/17). Women of the reproductive age (WRA) receiving family

planning commodities increased from 85% to 90% during the period under review.


Hospital delivery rate stands at 75.9% (DHIS, 2016) maternal deaths is 0.1% of total deliveries

mostly caused by delays both from community and facility, other complication e.g. Post-Partum

Haemorrhage. Hypertensive disorders. New Ante Natal Care visits stands at 80.6% and mothers

completing 4 anti-natal care visits stands at 58.1%

1.23.6 Access to Family Planning Services/ Contraceptive Prevalence

With respect to attitudes on contraceptive use, 33.1% of men believe that contraceptive use may

make women become promiscuous, while 13.4% believe that its women‘s business. The

percentage of married women aged 15-49 years who prefer to have no more children is 42.2%. On

the other hand, the percentage of married women with unmet need for family planning is 25.4%

while those with met need for family planning is 34.3%. The total demand for family planning is

59.7%, with the percentage of those using modern methods standing at 29.7%.

1.23.7 HIV and AIDS Prevalence Rates and Related Services


The HIV prevalence rate in the County currently stands at 6.3% as per NASCOP up from 6.1% in

2015/16. The number of people living with HIV (PLHIV) is approximately 11,000 in the County

for the period under review. The rate of new HIV infections among the population has

Increased among the youth. However, the new infections vary per sub-county, with the majority

of the new infections coming from Voi sub-county due to ongoing economic activities. The

number of HIV positive mothers receiving ARVs has increased from 376 to 402 in the period

2015/16 and 2016/17 respectively. Intermittent Preventive Therapy (IPT) uptake remains low at

36%.


The Department of Health is implementing “Test& Treat HIV Guidelines” that will ensure that the

PLHIV are enrolled on Anti-Retroviral therapy (ARVs), this is in line with the Universal Coverage

under the WHO Guidelines. Due to increased use of ARVs, the number of AIDS-related deaths

reduced from 482 in 2014/15 to 375 in 2015/16 and further decreasing to. The number of PLHIV

under ART increased from 11,209 in 2014/15 to 15,067 in 2015/16 before increasing to. The


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county government and partners support towards HIV/AIDs over the period under review has

increased considerably resulting to the above gains.

1.23.8 Education, Skills, Literacy and Infrastructure

This section provides key education statistics including, but not limited to; facilities and enrolment,

teacher to pupil/ student ratios, transition rates, completion rates and retention rates.

1.23.9 Enrolment for Public Institutions by Gender

This section provides a summary of enrolment per gender for both public and private institutions

in ECDE, Primary and Secondary. The data covers the enrolment of children with special needs

(SNE) and adult and continuing education (ACE).


Table 22 : Student enrolment

SUB COUNTY
ECDE PRIMARY SECONDARY

B G T B G T B G T

Mwatate 2405 2395 4800 7711 7418 15129 3007 4160 7167

Taita 1706 1599 3305 5186 5106 10292 2682 2315 4997

Voi 3474 3586 7060 8846 8582 17428 3074 2794 5868

Taveta 3097 2801 5898 8029 7597 15626 1281 1670 2951

Taita Taveta

County

10682 10381 21063 29772 28703 58475 10044 10939 20983

Source: CEB, Taita Taveta, 2017

Table 23: ENROLMENT FOR PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS BY GENDER

SUB COUNTY ECDE PRIMARY SECONDARY

B G T B G T B G T

MWATATE 455 461 916

TAITA 189 227 416 216 201 417 0 0 0

VOI 1312 1400 2712 1349 1259 2608 232 332 564

TAVETA 899 690 1589 1140 1088 2228 - - -

GRAND TOTAL 2855 2778 5633

Source: CEB, Taita Taveta, 2017

Table 24: Enrolment in other Institutions

Sub-county SNE ACE

Male Female Total Male Female Total

MWATATE

TAITA 19 37 56

VOI 31 50 81 237 750 987

TAVETA 26 25 51 122 90 212


Source: CEB, Taita Taveta, 2017


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Table 25: Enrolment and Number of VTCs

CATEGORY NO. OF VTCs GIRLS BOYS TOTAL

PUBLIC 24 718 1580 2298

Source: Dept. of education, Taita Taveta County

1.23.10 Pre- School Education (Early Childhood Development Education)


The government has introduced a new curriculum which only has two levels, pre-primary 1 and 2.

This level of early childhood development education was established to cater for developmental

and educational needs of the children between 4-5 years.


The total enrolment in pre-school is 10,230, of whom 48% (5020) are boys and 52% (5,210) girls.

The Net Enrolment Rate (NER) is 50.6% and 51.9% for boys and girls respectively. For both

sexes, the NER is 51.2%.


The drop-out rate for pre-school education is 0 %. Transition rate to primary stands at close to

100%. The ECDE sub-sector generally lacks adequate learning and teaching materials, especially

books for use at the early age, whilst no standard curriculum is followed.

1.23.11 Primary Education

The total enrolment in primary schools is 65,035, boys making up 48% (26,225) and girls’ 52%

(28,820). The drop-out rate in primary education is 1.8% for boys and 1 % for girls. There are a

total of 1,384 teachers in primary schools, giving a teacher-pupil ratio of 1:39.


The Gross Enrolment Rate (GER) in primary education is 136.2% for boys and 128.2% for girls.

For both sexes, GER is 144.5%. The overall net enrolment is 85.5%, made up of 83.1% and 88.2%

for boys and girls respectively.


A large fraction of the community (47%) is distributed within 5 Km and more of a public primary

school, while 26.8% and 26.3% are distributed within 0-1 Km and 1.1-4.9 Km of a public primary

school respectively.


1.23.12 Non-Formal Education


The non-formal education is made up of the adult and continuing education centres. There are

approximately 4 non-formal education centres in Taita Taveta County with each sub county having

one centre


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1.23.13 Secondary Education

The total enrollment in secondary schools is 10,857 at the moment, which comprises 5,495 boys

and 5,362 girls. The enrolment of boys and girls in secondary schools is almost proportionate.

Since the drop-out rate stands at 5.2% and 1.7% for girls and boys respectively, and in primary

education enrolment of girls is higher than that of boys, this is an indication that the transition rate

from primary to secondary is higher for boys than girls. For both sexes, the transition rate (from

primary to secondary) is 67.5%.


There are 461 teachers serving the 85 public secondary schools in the County. This translates to a

teacher-pupil ratio of 1:23. The average years of student’s attendance for secondary school is four

years, with a GER of 108.6%. The net enrolment Rate (NER) is 20.7% for boys and 25.6% for

girls while for both sexes, the NER is 23.1.


In terms of community distribution by distance to the nearest public secondary school, 10 % of the

community lives within 0-1 Km of a public secondary school. Those that live within 1.1-4.9 km

are 36.1%, while close to 44% of the community live within 5 Km or more of a public secondary

school.

1.23.14 Completion and Transition Rates by Gender

This section provides a summary of completion rates which is a percentage of students/pupils

completing the last year of a given level of education and transition rate which is the number of

pupils/students admitted to the first grade of a given level of education, expressed as a percentage

of the number of students/ pupils enrolled in the final grade.


Table 26: Completion and transition rate

Transition Rates % Completion Rates %

Sub-county ECDE to Primary Primary to

Secondary

ECDE t0 Primary Primary to

Secondary

Secondary to

Higher

B G T B G T B G T B G T B G T

MWATAT

E

100

%

100

%

100

%

89

%

87

%

88

%

99

%

99

%

99

%

89

%

87

%

88

%

7

1

7

0

70.

5

TAITA 100

%

100

%

100

%

89

%

87

%

88

%

99

%

99

%

99

%

89

%

87

%

88

%


VOI 100

%

100

%

100

%

95

%

96

%

95.

5

99

%

98

%

98.

5

94

%

97

%


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TAVETA 100

%

100

%

100

%

57

%

59

%

58

%

94

%

96

%

95

%

71

%

86

%

83

%


Source: CEB, Taita Taveta, 2017

1.23.15 Teacher: Pupil Ratio in Primary Schools

This section provides a summary of the number of teachers relative to the number of

pupils/students in ECDE, primary and VTCs. The teacher pupil ratio in ECDE has taken into

consideration all categories that is teachers employed on permanent terms, casuals and School

management committee.

Table 27: Teacher Pupil Ratio

County ECDE Public Schools Private Schools

TSC BOMS & TSC Combined

MWATATE 1:25 1:29 1:29 1:45

TAITA 1:25 1:27 1:19 1:19

VOI 1:25 1:50 1:45 1:50

TAVETA 1:25 1:50 1:45 1:50

Source: CEB, Taita Taveta, 2017


Table 28 Teacher pupil ratio ECDE

NO. OF TEACHERS IN ECDE (PNP) TOTAL ENROLMENT TEACHER TO PUPIL

RATIO

327 10230 1:32


NO. OF TRAINERS TOTAL ENROLMENT TEACHER TO PUPIL

RATIO

192 2298 1:12


1.23.16 Facilities


This section provides facilities in terms of number of institutions in different levels of education.


Table 29: Teacher pupil ratio ECDE

SCHOOL/INSTITUTIONS NUMBER TOTAL

PUBLIC PRIVATE

ECDE 327 158 495

PRIMARY 206 24 230

SECONDARY 78 8 86

UNIVERSITY 1 - 1


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TECHNICAL TRAINING

INSTITUTE

4 - 4

VTCS 24 - 24

Source: Dept. of education, Taita Taveta County.

1.23.17 Tertiary Education


The County has a total of seven tertiary institutions. They include one university, the Taita-Taveta

University Campus (TTU), one mission-owned teachers training college, the Bura teachers

training college, and one public middle level institute, the Coast Institute of Technology. The rest

are colleges/ institutes.

1.23.18 Adult and Continuing Education

Table 30: Adult and Continuing Education Centres

SUB COUNTY 2013 2014*

Wundanyi 20 25

Mwatate 35 46

Taveta 22 24

Voi 30 34

Total 107 129


1.23.19 Technical, Vocational Education and Training


The VETs in the county are all public institutions and are under the county government.

The number of VETs consist of 24 centres spread within the county. The total number of girl

enrolled is 718 and boys 1580 respectively

(Source: CCO education and libraries)


1.23.20 Sports, Culture and Creative Arts


1.1.1. Museums, Heritage and Cultural Sites Wray Museum

Mwangeka Caves

Funju Caves


3.2.1 Talent Academies Sagalla International Talent Academy

3.2.2 Sports Facilities Moi Stadium

Dawson Mwanyumba Stadium

School Play Grounds

Community Fields


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1.23.21 Libraries / Information Documentation Centres/ Citizen Service Centres

There are two operational libraries in the county. These include: Kenya National Libraries Service

located in Wundanyi and Werugha Community Library. Another library also under construction

in Voi.

1.23.22 Registered Traditional Herbalists and Medicine-Men

Most traditional herbalists and medicine men have not been registered in any professional body

and the county health department should implement policies that will enable them be registered

and recognised.

1.24 Community Organizations/ Non-State Actors

1.24.1 Cooperative Societies


Table 31: Breakdown of all cooperatives societies in Taita Taveta County

Cooperatives societies 2014 2017

SACCOs 27 79

Horticultural cooperatives 3 6

Multipurpose cooperatives 3 7

Ranching cooperatives 1 2

Housing Cooperatives 13 26

Consumer Cooperatives 4 5

Coffee Cooperatives 1 1

Dairy Cooperatives 2 4

Mining Cooperatives 3 5

Fisheries Cooperatives 1 1

Bee Keeping Cooperatives 1 1

Dry produce Farmers 16 21

Poultry Cooperatives 1 1

TOTAL 76 159

Active cooperative societies 31 87

Dormant cooperative societies 45 72

Total registered membership by type

Housing 1,753 1,952

Consumer 490 580

Mining 226 -

Agricultural Marketing 3,168 -

Beekeepers 228 228

Fishermen 41 41

SACCOS 36,068


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1.24.2 Public Benefits Organizations (PBOs) I.E. NGOS, CBOS, INGOs, FBOs and Special

Interest Groups

Public Benefits Organizations (PBOs) form a strong base in the development of Taita Taveta

County. The following table illustrates the PBOs in the county


Table 33: List of PBOs and services offerred


Organization Services Offered

World Vision Implementing PRRO projects as the lead agency (CP) – CFA/FFA

ACK Pwani Humanitarian assistance

Ngua Mlamba Development Trust Lobbying and advocacy

World Food Programme Humanitarian assistance

Agricultural Sector Development

Support Programme

Supporting agricultural sector development through value chain development

approach and promotion of environment resilience and social inclusion

Red Cross Humanitarian assistance

Action Aid Humanitarian assistance, promoting local rights, addressing issues of drug

abuse and implementing development projects

Wildlife Works Climate change adaptation, Human wildlife conflict resolution and

environmental conservation

Tesia Isanga Organization Value addition of Indigenous crops

APHIA Plus AIDS population and health assistance

PATH-Kenya Humanitarian assistance

Vidasi Basket weaving

Mwatate Stake Holders Forum Climate change adaptation and community development

Taita Taveta Wildlife Forum Human Wildlife Conflict

Uzima Trust Advocacy and Lobbying

Maziwa Trust Promoting the Dairy sector through livestock health programs, financial

services, marketing and advisory services

Pass Community Development Capacity building and development activities

Taita Taveta Youth for Aid and

Development

HIV/AIDS

Taita Taveta Ranchers

Association

Ranching

VegPro Promoting horticulture produce

Youth and Aids Taita Taveta HIV/AIDS

Ex-Poachers CBO Human Wildlife Conflict Resolution

Taita Taveta Environmental

Management Association

Addressing environmental issues

MUHURI Civic education and enhancing human rights

ASAL Stakeholders Forum Addressing issues of drought in the ASAL


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1.24.3 Development Partners E.G. UN Agencies, USAID, World Bank, Etc. And the Sectors

They Support


There are a few development partners operating in Taita Taveta County. International NGOs

include World Vision Kenya (WVK), Wildlife Works, United Nation‘s World Food Programme

and United States Agency for International Development (USAID).WVK is involved in a number

of activities geared towards poverty alleviation through programs such as food for assets,

educational improvement through provision of bursaries to needy students, health improvement

especially for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVCs) by supporting them through medical

assistance, feeding programmes, and cash transfers to care-givers of these children. Through

APHIA Plus programme, USAID undertakes activities that primarily focus on AIDS, poverty, and

health through an integrated approach, with the overall goal of empowering vulnerable individuals

in a community set-up. Wildlife Works is an NGO that primarily focuses on environmental

protection and climate change mitigation. In particular, the organization supports carbon trading

initiatives through involvement of ranch management. On top of direct money benefits to ranch

owners, the local community has benefited from community projects supported by the NGO in

health, education and water areas.


1.24.4 Youth Empowerment and Social Inclusion (Youth Empowerment Centres)


Youth empowerment has made great progress in the county. This has seen establishment of youth

empowerment centres in Mwatate, Voi and Taveta. The DATU Sawazisha Fund has also been set

up to provide loans for youths at no interest. A Youth Summits is situated in Voi acts as a centre

that tackles social and political issues affecting the youths.


1.25 Security, Law and Order

Table 34: Number of Police Stations and Posts by Sub County


SUB COUNTY POLICE STATION POLICE POST

Wundanyi 1 1 (Mghange)

Mwatate 1 1 (Mwakitau)

Voi 1 1 (Maungu)

Taveta 1 1 (Chumvini)


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Table 35: Types, Trends and Crime Prone Areas

SUB COUNTY TYPE OF CRIME CRIME-PRONE AREA

Wundanyi Defilement; Rape; Incest; Suicide;

Murder; Disturbance; Break-ins;

Burglary; Bhang abuse;

Wundanyi town; Mghange;

Kishushe; Mbale

Mwatate Brewing of illicit drinks, rape,

murders, suicides, burglary, abuse of

drugs especially bhang

Kariobangi, Peleleza, Shopping

centre, Kitivo. Landi

Voi Rape; Incest; Suicide; Murder;

Disturbance; Break-ins;

Defilements, Burglary; Cocaine and

Bhang abuse; Cultivation of Bhang

Town, Kaloleni, Majengo, Sofia,

Mazeras, Tanzania

Taveta Burglary, Land grabbing cases,

Gender based violence, child abuse,

murder cases

Bura Ndogo, Mboghoni, Riata,

Bomeni, Chala, Mahoo, Kimala


1.25.3 Types and Number of Courts

There are three types of courts in the county, namely (a) Senior Magistrate’s Court and (b) Senior

Residence Court and (c) the High Court (Voi). In total, there are three (3) courts.


1.25.4 Prisons and Probation Services

There are three Government of Kenya (GoK) prisons (in Taveta, Voi and Wundanyi sub counties)

and one Maximum Security prison (Manyani). Additionally, there are three probation centres in

Taveta, Voi and Wundanyi sub counties.

1.25.5 Number of Public Prosecution Offices

There are three public prosecution offices (offices of the Director of Public Prosecution) in the

county, located in Voi, Wundanyi and Taveta.


1.25.6 Community Policing Activities


All the twenty-three (23) locations in the county have a community policing committee headed by

a community chairman, deputized by the OCS (Officer in Charge of Station). Said committees are

comprised of 10 – 15 members.

1.25.8 Immigration Facilities

There is only one immigration facility in the county located at the one border stop in Taveta.


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1.26 Social Protection

1.26.1 Number of Orphans and Vulnerable children (OVCs)


No recent survey has ben done to ascertain the actual number of orphans and vulnerable children

in the county. The last survey done some ten years estimated the number at around 32,000

children. The number has definitely gone up because children are rendered vulnerable every

minute through various reasons including death of parents through diseases, accidents and other

causes.

1.26.2 Cases of Street Children


No survey has ever been done on the number of street children in the county.

1.26.3 Child Care Facilities and Institutions by Sub-County (Children Offices, Number of

Orphanages, Rescue Centres, And Correction/ Rehabilitation Facilities)


Children Homes (Charitable Children Institutions )

There are six CCIs in the county as tabulated below;


Name Sub County Location Regn

Status

Sponsor Current

Population

1. Tumaini Children Home Voi Ikanga Not

registered

Well wishers 12

2. Naima Children Home Taveta Rashia Not

registered

Well wishers 23

3. St. Josephs Children

Home

Mwatate Bura mission Expired Catholic

church

35

4 Mwatate Children Home Mwatate kitivo Registered Well wishers 28

5. Ng’ambwa heart beat

Children Home

Mwatate Ng’ambwa Expired Wellwishers 15

6 Villa XIV Mwatate Kwa

mnengwa

Not

registered

Wellwishers 14


NB: There is nationwide ban on regitration of new homes currently in the country. All those homes

which have not been regisstered are on notice to close. Apart from St.josephs children Home which

has a stable donor, most of the homes are struggling to make ends meet and some lack basic

infrastructure and staff. There is no rehabilitation school for children on drugs and those with other

deviant behaviours.


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1.26.4 Rescue Center and Day Care Center

Under the Constitution, 2010, these two facilties fall under the County Government

mandate.(Fourth schedule item 9). Taita Taveta County has no single facility designated as a

rescue center. It is a very important facility in child protection for purposes of safety and rescue of

abused childten. This should be given prioruty in the county if we want to protect our children.

Most of the time our abused and distressed children are placed eithr in police cells or in the children

home which appart from dealing with specific categories of children also lack the staff to handle

distresed children.

1.26.5 Day Care Centers:

Where are there are people who have attempted to establish these important facilities. There is

neithr policy nor regulation regarding the running of these facilities. There is need to come up with

a policy on the same.

1.26.6 Social Net Programmes in The County


Presidential Bursary For Secondary Schools

The department disburses this money every year. For the succesful applicants in day schools, a

maximum of 15,000/- and for boarding, a maximum of 30,000/- depending on the need.

CT-OVC Program

Its being implemented through the department. Selected household s are given 2000/-after every

two months. In the county, the program satrted inn 2006 with only 615 households. Over the time

the numbber has been scaled up and today we have covering every location in the county follows:

NO Of OVCs In The County Per Sub County

Taveta has a total of 845 households, even as Wundanyi, Mwatate and Voi have a recorded 925,

924 and 1061 respectively, totalling to some 3, 755. On average every household is estimated to

have 5 children. The total number of children under the program iss around 18,775 in the county.


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CHAPTER TWO: LINKAGES WITH VISION 2030 AND OTHER PLANS

2.1 Overview

This chapter discusses the County Integrated Development Plan (CIDP) linkages with the

Kenya Vision 2030, Medium Term Plan (MTP) III 2018 to 2022, the Constitution of Kenya

2010 and other long-term planning and policy documents. A brief status of Sustainable

Development Goals (SDGs) at the County level, East African Community (EAC) Vision 2050,

and African Agenda 2063 are also provided. Further, the linkages between the National

Government’s ‘Big Four’ agenda and the county’s long-term development agenda has also been

expounded.

2.2. Linkage of the County Integrated Development Plan and Kenya Vision

2030

Sessional Paper Number 10 of 2012 on Kenya Vision 2030 is the national development blueprint

that entrenches Kenya Vision 2030 as the long-term development strategy. The Vision aims to

transform Kenya into a modern, globally competitive, knowledge-based, middle-income country

providing a high quality of life to all its citizens. Kenya Vision 2030 is a product of highly

participatory, consultative and inclusive stakeholders’ process conducted throughout the country

and in all sectors of the economy. The Vision is anchored on three key pillars namely: economic,

social, and political. The key sectors in economic pillar include tourism; agriculture and livestock;

manufacturing; wholesale and retail trade; Business Process Outsourcing (BPO), and Information

Technology (IT) - Enabled Services (ITES); financial services, oil and mineral resources; and the

blue economy. The main sectors under the social pillar include education and training, health,

water and irrigation, environment, housing and urbanization, gender, sports, youth and culture.

The political pillar aims at realizing a democratic political system founded on issue-based politics

that respect the rule of law, and protects the fundamental rights and freedoms of every individual

in the Kenyan society.

The three pillars are anchored on a number of foundations, which serve as enablers that create an

environment that is geared towards the realization of Vision 2030. These include macroeconomic

stability; continuity in governance reforms; enhanced equity and wealth creation opportunities for

the poor; infrastructure; energy; Science, Technology and Innovation (STI); land reforms; human

resource development; security and public-sector reforms. An additional enabler, national values

and ethics, has been included following the promulgation of the Constitution of Kenya 2010.


Each of the pillars of the Vision 2030 and the enablers has a number of flagship projects and

programmes. These flagship projects and programmes are spread all over the country and the

county governments prepare their CIDPs taking into consideration of these flagship projects and

programmes located within their county, for example, the disease-free zone within the county. This


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approach provides an opportunity for partnership and collaboration between county and national

government.

2.3. Linkage of the County Integrated Development Plan with the third

Medium Term Plan

The Kenya Vision 2030 is implemented in successive five-year MTPs that provide the roadmap

the next 5 years. The first MTP was from 2008 to 2013, second MTP was from 2013 to 2017 and

third MTP is planned for 2018 to 2022. County governments integrate the aspiration of Kenya

Vision 2030 and MTPs in preparing and implementing Vision 2030 through MTPs, where various

projects and programmes are identified at the county level.


The MTP III builds on the gains made so far in key sectors of the economy including completing

projects initiated during MTP II. It will not only target increasing the level of investment but also

enhancing the productivity of investment, as well as raising productivity in all sectors of the

economy. The plan also places emphasis on structural transformation of the economy in terms of

increasing the share of manufacturing and productive sectors and increasing the share of exports

to Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Therefore, MTP III has prioritized the development of

infrastructure in-order to create an enabling environment to develop the country’s oil, gas and other

mineral resources sector as well as development and implementation of the blue economy. The

County will, therefore ensure that all its development priorities are aligned to MTP III and all

resources are aligned towards achieving core priorities that will have broad based benefits for all.


2.4. Linkage of the County Integrated Development Plan with Sustainable

Development Goals and the East African Community(EAC)Vision 2050

In September 2015, the member states of the United Nations agreed on the 17 SDGs as the post

2015 development agenda (leaving no one behind) building on the Millennium Development

Goals.


Further in April 2015, African Union launched Agenda 2063 (the Africa we want), which is a

strategic framework for the socio-economic transformation of the continent over the next 50 years

and builds on, and seeks to accelerate the implementation of past and existing continental

initiatives for growth and sustainable development.


The EAC, in February 2016 launched a regional Vision 2030 (one people, one destiny) for social

economic transformation and development. The member states committed themselves to

implement Vision 2050 for the mutual benefit of the partner states and enhance the quality of life


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of the people of East Africa so that by 2050, EAC will have been transformed into an upper middle-

income region.


The County acknowledges that full realization of SDGs and Vision 2050 benefits will occur in the

context of the county governments. County Governments are the basic local governance units that

can support localization, mainstreaming and implementation of SDGs and Vision 2050. For

example, all SDGs have targets that are directly or indirectly related to the development of the

County Government of Taita Taveta and the County has considered all SDGs and mainstreamed

them in the development of programmes and projects in its CIDP as shown in the Table below.

County Governments are, therefore the catalysts of change and are best placed to link the regional

and global goals with local communities for ownership and sustainability.

Table 2.1: Taita Taveta County Departments and Related Sustainable Development

Goals

Departments Related Sustainable Development

Goals Public Service and Administration All

Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries 2, 14

Lands, Environment and Natural Resources 11, 12, 13, 14, 15

Youth, Gender, Sports, Culture and Social Services 4, 5, 10, 16

Health Services 2, 3, 6

Finance and Economic Planning All

Education and Library services 4

Water and Irrigation 2, 6

Public Works, Infrastructure and Housing All

Trade, Tourism and Cooperative Development 8, 9, 12

Office of the Deputy Governor (Mining) 9, 12, 14, 15

Office of the Governor (Service Delivery Unit, Special Programmes) All


2.5. Linkage between the CIDP and African Unions(AU)s Agenda 2063

The Africa Union’s Agenda 2063 provides the aspirations for Africa and her diaspora. Aspirations

that are in the Agenda have provided a base for projects’ programming in the CIDP. These

aspirations include having:

a) A prosperous Africa based on inclusive growth and sustainable development;

b) An integrated continent, politically united and based on the ideals of Pan-Africanism and

the vision of Africa’s Renaissance;

c) An Africa of good governance, democracy, respect for human rights, justice and the rule

of law;

d) A peaceful and secure Africa;

e) An Africa with a strong cultural identity, common heritage, shared values and ethics;


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f) An Africa whose development is people-driven, relying on the potential of African people,

especially its women and youth, and caring for children; and

g) An Africa as a strong, united and influential global player and partner.

In particular, the CIDP has emphasized programmes that are people driven, and are key in

empowerment of youth, women and special interest groups; this is consistent with the Africa

Union’s Agenda.


2.6. Linkage of County Integrated Development Plan with the ‘Big Four’

National Government Priorities

"The big four" agenda is the National Government’s economic development blueprint for the next

five years arising from the needs of the Kenyan people. The Government recognizes, and rightfully

so that a jobless Kenyan is a desperate Kenyan; a hungry Kenyan is a negative Kenyan; a sick

Kenyan is a weak Kenyan; and a homeless Kenyan is a person without hope. The ‘big four’ consists

of food security, affordable housing, manufacturing, and affordable healthcare for all and are

expected to create jobs, which will enable Kenyans to meet their basic needs and hence transform

their lives to a new status of greater comfort and wellbeing.


Under manufacturing, the focus will be on boosting the blue economy, agro-processing, leather,

and textiles. The government will also make arrangements with expatriates in manufacturing to

ensure Kenyans receive proper training and safeguard protection of intellectual property rights.


On affordable and decent homes by 2022, the focus is to ensure that half a million Kenyans will

be able to own affordable and decent homes by reducing mortgage and construction costs.


Universal health care will be realized by policy and administrative reforms in the medical sector.

The government will enforce collaboration between National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) and

private medical insurance providers so as to ensure wider coverage.


On food security, all idle arable land will be put to use where the Ministry of Agriculture and

Irrigation will publish terms, which commercial farmers can lease agricultural land owned by the

government.


The County Government will, therefore work hand-in-hand with the National Government for

successful implementation and realization of the ‘big four’. The buy-in from counties is critical

for 'big four' success.


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2.7. Linkage between the CIDP and the National Spatial Plan (NSP)

Spanning a period of thirty (30) years, the NSP is a long-term plan which is reviewed every 10-

years. The plan provides spatial development strategies for optimal and sustainable use of land.

In the plan, Taita Taveta County is classified as having transitional poverty levels of between 50-

70%. The plan places the county within Zone 5 (coastal strip) of resource potential growth areas

where the identified potentials include tourism and culture, industrial development, trade and

commerce and fisheries.

The development policies and strategies identified in this CIDP have been aligned to the policies

in the NSP; these policies include development of tourism infrastructure, investment in physical

and social infrastructure, sustainable use and exploitation of natural resources, concentration of

development around major urban areas, resource conservation, and cultural preservation. The NSP

strategies for the region, which have also been aligned to the CIDP programmes, include:

a) Small and medium urban Centers development;

b) Infrastructure provision in key urban and human settlement zones;

c) Selective development concentration;

d) Environmental protection of parks including marine reserves and forests;

e) Conservation of unique cultural landscape and resources;

f) Rural development through provision of infrastructure, agricultural sector development

and related economic activities.

2.8. Linkage between the CIDP and Existing Urban Development Plans

The major urban areas in the county (Voi, Taveta, Mwatate & Wundanyi) have spatial

development plans. However, as a result of rapid urban growth, urban development has sprawled

to the surrounding agricultural hinterlands, prompting the need for urban re-planning. Urban areas

earmarked by the county for planning include all major urban centers as well as small but

expanding market centers. Voi and Taveta towns – which have already been conferred with

township status – will have detailed Integrated Urban Development Plans while Mwatate –for

being the county headquarters – will be upgraded to a municipality. As at June 2018, conferment

of Mwatate with Municipality status only awaited the approval of the local community, County

Government and the County Assembly. A spatial plan for the municipality will have strategies

which are consistent with the National Spatial Plan and this CIDP.

2.9. Linkage between the CIDP, Ending Drought Emergencies (EDE) Strategy

and the SENDAI framework on Disaster Management

The EDE strategy offers a common framework for drought risk management. The strategy for

Kenya provides the institutional mechanisms and capacities to build resilience to drought and


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climate change. In policies, programmes, and plans’ development, the strategy requires that there

be:

 Stronger integration of risk reduction approaches into all programming;

 Scalability of response;

 More effective coordination across sectors and agencies;

 Accountable partnerships with locally rooted civil society institutions; and

 Closer engagement with the private sector.

These considerations have been made in the development of CIDP programmes, sub-programmes

and strategies.


On the other hand, the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction, also called the Sendai

Framework, is a 15 year, voluntary non-binding agreement which recognizes that the State has the

primary role to reduce disaster risk. The framework recommends that the disaster reduction

responsibility be shared among stakeholders including local governments and the private sector. It

has seven targets and four priorities for action, including understanding disaster risk, strengthening

disaster risk governance to manage disaster risk, investing in disaster risk reduction for resilience,

and rehabilitation and reconstruction.

Based on the Sendai Framework, the CIDP programming has included projects in support of

disaster risk reduction. The major disaster risk affecting the Taita Taveta County include flooding,

drought, and climate change related outcomes. Strategies set in the CIDP, partly adopted from the

EDE strategy and the SEDAI Framework, include investing in the economic, social, health,

cultural and educational resilience of persons, communities and countries and the environment.

Additionally, the CIDP emphasizes the investment in technology and research as a measure to

address disaster and drought risks.

2.10. Linkage between the CIDP and Sectoral Plans

Each County department is required by law to have a ten-year County sectoral plan as a guide and

component of the County Integrated Development Plan (CIDP). The sectoral plans contain broader

programmes and projects, which are then reflected in the Annual Development Plans (ADP) as

well as the county budgets. The county is in the process of ensuring that every department has duly

approved sectoral plans. The plans will be aligned with the national sectoral plans and the

programme priorities identified in the CIDP.

2.11. Partnerships and Collaboration between Counties

Presently, there are six county economic blocks Jumuiya ya Kaunti za Pwani bloc, South Eastern

Kenya Economic bloc, Mt. Kenya and Aberdare bloc, North Rift Economic bloc, Frontier Counties

Development Council bloc, and Lake Region Economic bloc. The aim of these blocs is to approach


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investment from a regional perspective in-order to allow the counties to take advantage of

economies of scale that arise when one combines their total populations, the availability of

resources therein, and combined financial contributions from both the County Governments and

the local investors. Besides, partnerships and collaboration among counties will create and enhance

cross border trade as well as sharing of best practices. Additional reasons for inter-county

partnerships and collaboration include access to new and expanded markets; tapping into a robust

pool of skilled labour or funding; comparative county strengths; and shared resources and values.


Taita Taveta County will, has therefore taken into consideration inter-county partnerships and

collaboration in its second CIDP.

2.12. Legislation on Integrated Planning in Kenya

2.12.1. The Constitution of Kenya, 2010

The Constitution of Kenya, 2010 prescribes national values and principles of governance, which

include sharing and devolution of power. It creates a two-tier government: a national government

and 47 county governments. The Fourth Schedule delineates the functions of the national and

county governments. A total of 14 functions have been devolved to the counties. The main ones

include county planning and development; agriculture; county health services; control of air

pollution, noise pollution, other public nuisances and outdoor advertising; cultural activities,

public entertainment and public amenities; county roads and transport; animal control and welfare;

trade development and regulation; pre-primary education and village polytechnics; specific

national government policies on natural resources and environmental conservation; county public

works and services; firefighting services and disaster management; control of drugs and

pornography. Emphasis is also made for the counties to ensure participatory development and

capacities are developed at all community levels.


The county governments are required to prepare CIDPs to enable prioritization of socio-economic

development issues at the local level. This is mandatory before the funding of county projects and

programmes. The CIDP is anchored on the county functions as provided in the fourth schedule of

the Constitution.


Integrated development planning is defined as “a process through which efforts at national and

devolved levels of government and other relevant public institutions are coordinated at local level,

and through which economic, social, environmental, legal and spatial aspects of development are

brought together to produce a plan that meets the need and targets set for the benefit of local

communities”.


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2.12.2 The County Government Act, 2012

The County Government Act 2012, in fulfillment of constitutional requirement to legislate

preparation of county plans, details the goals and procedures of “County Planning” (Part XI of the

Act). County planners are required to prepare 5-year integrated development plans and the annual

budgets to implement them. Under Article 100 (h) of the Act, county planning is expected “to

provide a platform for unifying planning, budgeting, financing programmes, implementation, and

performance review”. A county planning unit shall be responsible for “coordinated integrated

development planning”. County plans will have the goal of promoting harmony with national and

other county plans, land-use plans, urban planning and environmental conservation.


The County Government Act, 2012, section 104 (1), states that, “a county government shall plan

for the county and no public funds shall be appropriated without a planning framework developed

by the county executive committee and approved by the county assembly”. It also states that the

county planning framework shall integrate economic, physical, social, environmental and spatial

planning. In addition to an integrated development plan, each county is expected to have the

following:

(i) County Sectoral Plans;

(ii) County Spatial Plan; and

(iii) City and Urban Areas Plan.

These county plans (section 107 (2)) “shall be the basis for all the budgeting and planning in a

county”.

2.12.3 Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), 2012

The Public Finance Management Act (PFMA), 2012, emphasizes what the County Government

Act states but puts a slightly different emphasis on planning. Whereas the County Government

Act requires a “five-year County Integrated Development Plan”, the PFMA (Part IV (126) (1))

requires both a long-term and medium-term plan. According to the PFMA, a budget process for

the county government in any financial year shall consist of the following stages:

(i) Start with an integrated development planning process, which shall contain both

short term and medium-term plans.

(ii) Every county shall prepare a development plan as per Article 220 (2) of the

constitution.

(iii) Budgets are to be based on projects and other expenditure contained in the plan.

2.12.4 Urban Areas and Cities Act, 2011

Urban Areas and Cities Act, (2011) is also emphatic on the need for five-year integrated

development planning and the need to align annual budgeting to the plan. These plans are separate

from those of the county. In section 36 (2) it states that “an integrated urban or city development


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plan shall bind, guide, and inform all planning for development and decision- making and ensure

comprehensive inclusion of functions.”


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CHAPTER THREE: REVIEW OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE

PREVIOUS CIDP

3.1 Introduction

This chapter presents the status of sectors performance of the previous CIDP (2013-2017). In

addition, the chapter highlights an analysis of the county Revenue streams, Expenditure, Key

achievements in line with planned targets, challenges and lessons learnt.

3.2 Status of Implementation of the Previous CIDP

This section highlights the programmes and Projects performance in various sectors and sub

sectors. Challenges encountered during the implementation of the plan has also been discussed.

3.2.1 Summary of key achievements versus planned targets

Table summarises departmental key achievements for all county departments, county public

service board and the county assembly.

Table: Summary of Achievements (2013-2017)
County

Department

Key achievements

Education

and library

services

 Constructed 188 ECDE Centers and 11 twin workshops for Vocational Training Centers

(VTCs).

 Disbursed over Ksh. 300 Million in bursaries, education loans and scholarships.

 Recruited ECDE teachers on permanent and pensionable basis.

 Increased Enrolment in ECDE by 22,765 children which is a net enrolment of 86.4% in

ECDE.

 Increased enrolment in VTCS from 1732 to 2479 trainees which is 43.13%.

 Circulation of revision books to 141 primary schools which is 72% of the schools through

the Mobile library services. This has contributed to the rise of the primary school national

examination mean score from 215.25 to 219.76.

Trade and

Community

Affairs

 Established DATU Sawazisha Fund – A revolving fund that has benefitted 600 groups of

youth, women and PwDs.

 Established a Biashara Center geared towards empowering youth, women and persons

with disabilities as well as other small scale enterprises with relevant entrepreneurial

skills. Key Partnership with UNDP for the development of the Biashara Centre.

 Regular monitoring of weights and measures; including. Public awareness on weights and

measures kits.

 Conducted successful co-operative education, monitoring and supervision of

cooperatives.

 Cooperative Operational audits completed; Facilitated for approval of 43 operational

budgets for Co-operative societies; 3 Compliance Inspections carried in three co-


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operatives; Technical assistance offered during 47 cooperative management committee

meetings attended; 5 co-operative SACCO Management Committees/staff seminars held

in the County; 30 co-operative members’ education meetings held; 2 Co-operative

Officials/Leaders meetings held countywide and Supported the promotion for registration

of 10 new co-operatives.

 Establishment of a Datu Sawazisha Fund to enhance Capital Capacity of Traders.

 Passing of Relevant Laws

 Traders Workshops for Capacity Building.

 County Trade Fair & Cultural Festival.

 Verification of 4,000 weighing & measuring equipment’s and requisite Fees Raised.

 Inspection of trade premises inspection visits conducted.

 Handled Consumer protection complaints handled conclusively (3 consumer protection

cases prosecuted).

Industrializat

ion, ICT and

Research

 Establishment of ICT Resource Centre in Wundanyi sub county.

 Networking of Key county offices and installations of intercom.

 Installation of Revenue Enterprise Resource System in all sub counties.

 Initiated the One Ward One Product program and successfully disbursed grants to

beneficial groups.

 Promotion of PPP in industries establishment.

 Conducted County Industrial potential survey.

Roads Public

Works and

Infrastructur

e


 Procured earth work machinery for routine maintenance of County Roads - Medium Duty

Back Hoe Loader, Single drum vibratory drum with pad foot cover, fire-engine,

 Opened up new rural roads

 Upgrading existing county roads to Murram standards

 Spot improvement of roads

 Installation of New Culverts, Bridges

 Formulation and interpretation of county transport policy.

 Partnership with other development partners on infrastructural development e.g. KRB,

MTF

 Supervision of construction works for government buildings

 Preparation of Architectural Design Plans, Bill of quantities for County Projects

 Preparation of Tender Documents for County Projects

Health

Services

 Equipped Moi Hospital with assorted medical equipment such as mobile X-ray,

Ultrasound machine, mammography machine, double theatre room and auto clave

machine.

 Rehabilitation of Wesu Sub County Hospital

 Introduced a free medical care plan for the elderly aged above 65, People living with

disabilities and victims of gender based violence.

Finance and

Planning

 Automating payments and funds transfer services through use of IFMIS and G-PAY

systems and hence consequent reduction of corruption loopholes. The County Treasury

partnered with The Central bank of Kenya and IFMIS Academy, and trained the Taita

Taveta County Treasury staff through on-the-job-training model.

 Constructed two revenue collection offices in. Njukini (Taveta Sub-County) & Voi town

(Voi sub county). This was aimed to boosting revenue collection in a secure environment.


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 Introduced an automated revenue collection system in 2014/15.

 Compliant with Integrated Financial Management Information System (IFMIS);

established infrastructure and trained staff.

 Constituted and operationalized the County Budgetary Economic Forum.

 Developed the first CIDP in 2014 and annual development plans for all the years.

 Preparation of annual budget and finance bills.

 Constituted the county audit committee.

 Implementation of the Tax Waiver Administration Act 2014 is ongoing.

Administrati

on and

Devolution

 Establishment & operationalization of devolved units up to ward level

 Construction of Mwatate Sub county offices

 Establishment of citizen participation platforms

 Civic education through Baraza and Radio

 Initiated County Performance Management System

 Establishment of County enforcement unit; including recruitment and training

 Establishment of complaint and compliment centers

 Gazettment of Town in Taita Taveta

County

Transformati

on Unit

 Establishment of TTT2020

 Conducted Investor round table meeting

Service

Delivery

Unit

 Developed Draft County M&E policy

 Trained staff on M&E

Lands and

Mining

 Trained four gemologists in Madagascar, who are now supporting small scale miners in

mining activities

Tourism,

Environment

and Natural

Resources

 Finalized the Transition Implementation Plan (TIP) on devolving forestry functions.

 Introduced Battled Field Sites as a New Tourism Product of Marketing Taita-Taveta

County as a Tourists Destination.

 Introduction and Development of a new Tourism Product – Battle-Field Tourism

 Identification of Key Cultural/ Tourism sites for further development

 Capacity Building of Stake-Holder Players in the Sector

 Stake-holder Forum for the Tourism Policy

 Capacity Building for tour guides in the County in partnership with Sarova hotel,

 Documentation of the county Tourism sites,

 Facilitation of Miss Tourism Beauty Contests

County

Assembly

 Over-sighting of County projects

 Vetted nominees of the county government as per the County Government Act 2012

 Approval of County Budget for the four financial years

 During the four and a half years that the Taita Taveta County Assembly has been in office,

it has been able to pass numerous bills, motions, regulations and policies. Furthermore, a

number of statements have been sought and petitions received and most of them dealt

with. The business transacted during the First Assembly is as detailed below;

1. Taita Taveta County Alcoholic Drinks Control and licensing Act, 2014

2. Taita Taveta County Flag and Symbols Act, 2013


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3. Taita Taveta DATU Sawazisha Fund Act, 2014

4. Taita Taveta County Supplementary Appropriation Act, 2014

5. Taita Taveta County Tax Waivers Administration Act, 2014

6. Taita Taveta County Education Fund Board Act, 2013

7. Taita Taveta County Education Fund Board Act, 2013

8. Taita Taveta County Ward Development Fund Act, 2014

9. Taita Taveta Supplementary Appropriation bill

10. Taita Taveta County Control of Air and Noise Pollution and Public Nuisance Act, 2014

11. Taita Taveta County Outdoor advertising Act, 2014

12. Taita Taveta County Finance Act, 2014

13. Taita Taveta County Public Participation in Governance Act, 2015

14. Taita Taveta County Vetting and Approval of Public Officers Act, 2015

15. The Taita Taveta County Early Childhood Development and Education Act, 2014

16. Taita Taveta County Village Polytechnics Act,2014

17. Taita Taveta Supplementary Appropriation Act, 2015

18. Taita Taveta Supplementary Appropriation Act, 2015

19. Taita Taveta County Health Services Act, 2015

20. Taita Taveta County Education Fund Board (Amendment) Act,2015

21. Taita Taveta County Planning Act, 2016

22. Taita Taveta County Supplementary Appropriation Act, 2016

23. Taita Taveta County Sand Harvesting Act, 2016

24. Taita Taveta County Appropriation Act, 2016

25. Taita Taveta County Mining Act,2016

26. Taita Taveta County Finance Act, 2016

27. The Taita Taveta County Supplementary Appropriation Act,2016

28. The Taita Taveta County Supplementary Appropriation Act,2017

29. The Taita Taveta County Appropriation Act, 2017

30. Taita Taveta County Emergency Fund Act, 2016

31. Taita Taveta County Abattoir Bill, 2016.


County

Public

Service

Board


 County Staffing (Recruitment and promotions

 Policy formulation and Dissemination

 Sensitization on values and principles of public service

 Conducted various Capacity building of staff

Agriculture,

Livestock

and Fisheries

 A total of 8 Greenhouses procured and installed; 4 No. Drip kits for a quarter of an acre

procured; Procurement of 3 Motorized solo pumps Procurement and installation of

Tomato Agro Processing Plant Njukini – Taveta; Desilting of Maganga water pan

(12,000M cubed; Desilting Mvita water pan (4500M cubed); Wesu water pan (12000M3);

Excavation of Sangenyi water pan; Excavation Uthiani water pan (10,000M3); Gimba

Rock Catchment;

 Drilling Boniface Mghanga borehole; Lining of Kimala main canal; Procurement of 32.5

Tons of assorted Traditional / High Value seed (Green grams, Cowpeas, Cassava Cuttings,

Maize, beans); Procurement of 8000 Tissue Culture Banana plantlets; Procurement of

3000 macadamia seedlings; Procurement of 6.5 Tons of seed potato and multiplied;

Procurement of 0.5 Tons assorted seed for Horticulture; Rehabilitation of Sagalla fruit tree


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nursery through CGTT; production and grafting of 9,000 citrus seedlings; Procurement of

4 handheld tractors; Procurement of five farm Tractors.

 7 Ranches accessed Ksh. 17.5 million interest free loan from KCB Foundation through an

MOU with the county government to restock ranches with fattening animals. They are:

Kambanga Ranch, Mgeno ranch, Taita ranch, Mbale ranch, Lualenyi ranch, Kasighau

ranch and Wushumbu Ranch. About 455 heads of cattle have been purchased for fattening

through this facility.

 The Rangeland Resource Utilization Policy and the Rangeland Resource Management Bill

developed and approved by cabinet for debate and enacted by the County Assembly.

 4 Artificial insemination centres were established county wide. Dairy farmers are able to

access AI services at subsidized costs. 2 other Ward Centres established at Werugha and

Wusi/ Kishamba Wards.

 From herd of 125 Galla goats’, 35 bucks passed on to beneficiaries and another 31 bucks

to Taita Taveta Meat Goat Cooperatives county wide in an indigenous goat upgrading

programme.

 A total 154,000 animals vaccinated against notifiable diseases countywide. Reduced

incidence of mortality and outbreaks of livestock diseases.

 Establishment of Fish feed production centre is complete with Fish pelletizing machine

installed in Taveta. Fish feeds is produced locally and available at a lower cost.



Water and

Irrigation

 Construction of a transmission line from Mzima to Ndome -Mbololo Water project,

Construction of elevated steel tank (30 CUM)- Mama Wajane Water, promoting

realization of basic human right to safe drinking water: Mwasoko Water Project in

Mrughua, Bura Ward was commissioned and Construction of distribution lines, 1.5km,

mama Wajane water project.

 De-silting of 11Km Kimorigo canal and vegetation clearing for 20km of the drain and

Procurement of 52 No. 5 CUM plastic tanks

 Construction of Eldoro Water Project, Mwaroko-Iyombonyi Water Project, Separation of

Maungu Water Supply line from Bughuta Line, Rehabilitation of Itinyi – Bughuta pipeline

sections, Surveying and designing of several Water Projects, Installation of gutters and

Water tanks at Malikiloriti, Ngongodinyi, Construction of 15 CUM rabbled tank at Daku

primary school and Marungu pre-primary school.

 Rehabilitation of Mwambirwa water project, Construction of Mwasinenyi rising main and

injected to Ngiriwunyi transmission line, Replacement of high lift pump at Njoro Kubwa-

Taveta Lumi water supply, Replacement of low lift pump at Njoro Kubwa-Taveta Lumi

water supply, Equipping of Lessesia borehole, Supply and replacement of vandalized

pipes at Kimwa Water Project, Supply and installation of control panel and other

accessories at Kimwa Water Project.

 Overall 5600 acres of land have been brought under Irrigation, Construction of Miasenyi

Mwanda 100CUM masonry water tank, Equipping of Taveta Lumi borehole II,

Installation of power supply and Clearing of outstanding electricity bills of rural water

supplies e.g. Mwasinenyi borehole, Saghasa Vighombonyi water supply, Nyangoro

borehole, Kimwa water project, Kaloleni water project, Maungu-Itinyi, kwa Mtawa

borehole water project, Lessesia borehole and Njukini water project, Construction of

Mwang’oruwa water pipeline, Purchase of one project Management vehicle,

Rehabilitation of 1No. Water Boozer, Construction of Mbanga-Ngwale water project,


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Construction of Kiloghwa – Kiseghenyi-Lolondau water project (Rebudgeted), Water

catchment/Springs protection-countywide, Construction of Marungu tank, Rehabilitation

of Vipalo-Sangenyi pipelines and Replacement of (low lift and high lift pumps) at

Wundanyi water supply.

 Rehabilitation of Msau irrigation scheme, 22 No. Hydro-geological surveys for borehole

drilling programme, Purchase of Bura Ndogo pump house Construction materials, Drilling

of Mengo borehole, and Construction of Mbele primary school water pipeline, Drilling of

Ngambenyi Borehole, Catchment protection-Ndolwa water supply, Construction of

pipeline from Kisambinyi tanks towards Ndome and Tausa, Rehabilitation of Mcholo

water supply catchments’ , Catchment protection Manolonyi water supply, Construction

of Mierenyi gulley embankment, 0.3km, De-silting of Grogan canal, 0.2km 59.

Construction of choke Lushangonyi Mchundi 100CUM tank, Laying of pipes at Ngelenyi

dam water project, assorted sizes, PVC, Construction of transmission line,6” HDPE, about

4km from Mzima pipeline to Mgungani pumping station at Ndii

Health

Services

 Operationalized maternity block at Modambogho Health Center, Mwatate Sub County -

constructed at a cost of Ksh. 5,598,916.00

 Operationalized maternity block at Kiwalwa Dispensary, Taveta constructed at a cost of

Ksh. 4,721,327.60.

 Operationalized maternity block at Mahandakini Dispensary, Taveta constructed at a cost

Ksh. 5,172,724.00.

 Wesu sub county hospital, Wundanyi rehabilitated at a cost of Ksh. 8,602,502.00.

 Procured and installed various medical and laboratory equipment in various health

facilities at a cost of Ksh. 25,719,057.00.

 Procured and Installed power generators at Wesu and Mwatate sub county hospitals at a

cost of 4,800,000.00.

 Procured and installed generators at Sagalla and Mgange Nyika Health Centers at 3.2M.

 Procured and installed modern washing machines in Wesu and Taveta Sub county

hospitals at a cost of Ksh. 6,280,000.00.

 Procured 4 ambulances one for each sub county at a cost of Kshs.16, 800,000.00.

 Procurement of long chassis land Cruiser motor vehicle at a cost of 6.2m

 Construction of incinerator house at Moi county hospital, Voi at Ksh. 3.2M

 Operationalized maternity unit at Mwatate Sub County Hospital at a contract some of Ksh.

13,931,342.48.

 Operationalized of Malukiloriti Dispensary at a tune sum of Ksh. 8,200,000.00.

 Procurement of 16 slice CT scan machine at Moi County Hospital, Voi at 43M.

 Operationalized of Bamako Dispensary at Marapu, Sagalla Location at a contract sum of

Ksh. 5,515,486.80.

 Operationalized of Kirumbi Dispensary at Uwanja wa Ndege (Kirumbi) Sagalla Location

at a contract sum of Ksh. 5,031,801.60.

 Operationalized of Mwangea Dispensary in Mbololo Ward at a cost of 8,524,376.00.

 Operationalized of Gimba Dispensary in Kaloleni Ward at a cost of 8,299,858.00

 Operationalized of observation ward at Kitobo Dispensary, Mboghoni Ward at a cost of

1,851,353.00.

 Constructed a CT Scan House at Moi County Referral Hospital at a cost of 8,100,000.00.

 Purchase and installation of a new Electricity board at Moi CRH at a cost of 4.2M.


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 Retrofitting of two land cruiser ambulances at a cost of 5.2m

 Fencing of Modambogho Dispensary at Mwatate Sub County

 Face lifting of MCRH, Mwatate SCH and Mbale Health Centre at a total cost 3.5m.

 Operationalization of Wongonyi Dispensary in Voi sub County.

 Operationalization of Laboratory at David Kayanda Dispensary in Voi Sub County.

 Operationalization of Laboratory at Modambogho Dispensary in Mwatate Sub County.

 Operationalization of Maternity block at Mwashuma Dispensary in Mwatate Sub County.

 Operationalization of Maternity block at Kighangachinyi Dispensary in Mwatate Sub

County.


3.2.2 Challenges in the implementation of the plan

i. The disbursement of funds from the equitable share of national revenue was erratic during

the plan period. This affected timely implementation of programmes and projects.


ii. Low fiscal efforts to raise local revenue: Local revenue collection has been falling short

leading to budget deficits.


iii. Inadequate laws and policies to implement some functions: Slow generation, passing and

enactment of laws and policies hindered the implementation of various government

functions during the plan period.


iv. Inadequate personnel and capacity: During the first CIDP, the county experienced staffing

challenges for both technical and administrative functions. The available staff also lacked

most of the skills needed which affected timely implementation of programmes and

projects.


v. Public Private Partnership (PPP) arrangement: To supplement county revenue, some

projects were to be implemented through PPP arrangement whose process is lengthy and

cumbersome. These led to delay in implementation of various projects.


vi. High community expectations: Community members look at the county government as a

panacea to their problems and yet the resources are limited and not all functions are

devolved.


vii. Collaborations with development partners and international funding organizations to fund

development projects and programmes was cumbersome due to legal restrictions


viii. Vastness of the county and settlement patterns: The County is vast with sparsely distributed

settlement patterns. This led to increase per capita cost in service delivery.


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ix. Weak monitoring and evaluation framework and inadequate planning data: Weak

monitoring and evaluation of projects and programmes affected the tracking of

implementation of various projects and programmes, quality of work and value for money.

Data inadequacy also led to poor project and programme planning.

x. Tenure on land, and encroachment of public land made it difficult to identify project site.

xi. Lack of Synergy between sectoral/departmental development proposals and ward funds

proposals: Project proposals identified by sectors and those identified through ward funds

were different hence causing implementation challenges.


3.2.3 Lessons learnt (Cross-Cutting)


1. Institutionalizing programme-based planning for better development outcome;

2. Need to develop and strengthen policies and laws;

3. Bridge resource gaps through PPP, local and international resource mobilization;

4. Need to strengthen mechanisms for public participation and civic education (including

feedback mechanisms) including through use of social, mass and print media;

5. Need for inter departmental coordination and intergovernmental coordination;

6. Need to enhance synergy between the executive and County Assembly;

7. Need to synchronize ward development plans with sector development plans;

8. Need to establish a well-coordinated and robust M&E system in the county;

9. Strict adherence to PFM, PPD Acts;

10. Need to adequately facilitate county personnel for improved public service delivery;

11. Need to strengthen early warning and surveillance mechanisms (weather elements, pest

and diseases).


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3.3 County Revenue Streams and Expenditure Analysis

This section presents an analysis of revenue streams which includes equitable share, grants, county

own revenue. A comparison of budgeted revenue versus actual revenue has also been highlighted.

3.3.1Analysis of the county Revenue Streams

The major sources of revenue that finance the County government’s operations are: Equitable

share from the National Government, Own Source Revenue and Conditional grants from the

National Government and Development partners.

The total resource envelope for the County has been on an increasing trend over the years. This

can be attributed to the increasing amount that the county has been receiving as its equitable share

from the National Government from Ksh. 2.8 Billion in FY 2014/15 to Ksh. 3.9 Billion in FY

2017/18. Own Source Revenue (OSR) has however seen an up and down ward trend with a high

of Ksh. 216 Million in FY 2014/15 to a low of Ksh. 160 Million in FY 2016/17.

Table: Analysis of County Revenue Streams


SOURCE

ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL BUDGETED PROPOSED PROJECTED

2014/15 2015/16 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19 2019/20 2020/21

Equitable

share

2,887,455,925 3,309,568,191 3,571,066,305 3,888,770,080 4,011,871,626 4,210,110,124 4,420,220,340

Own Source

Revenue

216,680,956 160,765,505 172,587,656 398,465,449 300,000,000 320,000,000 340,000,000

Conditional

Grants

50,376,504 222,995,845 238,344,028 290,499,973 290,500,000 300,000,000 305,000,000

Development

Partners

0 12,400,000 245,901,101 0 359,389,189 400,000,000 400,000,000

3,154,513,385 3,705,729,541 4,227,899,090 4,577,735,502 4,961,760,815 5,230,110,124 5,465,220,340

Source: County Treasury (2017)


3.3.1.1 Challenges facing Own Source Revenue

a) Revenue Management System and ICT Infrastructure: Revenue management system

supplied by Strathmore Consortium (SRCC) has not performed as expected. First, it was rolled out

without pilot run, requisite infrastructure was not put in place for it to run smoothly and has

manifested major weaknesses in internal controls. The existing ICT infrastructure is inadequate to

effectively manage a web-based system.


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b) Revenue Laws: Model Revenue bills proposed by Commission on Revenue Allocation (CRA)

which are Rating Bill, Trade Licensing Bill and Revenue Administration Bill were presented to

the County Assembly and they need to be processed to become Acts with accompanying rules and

regulations to regulate revenue collection.

c) Inadequate capacity of personnel on revenue collection and management: There is need to

train personnel to equip them with required skills and knowledge on revenue management

especially the new revenue collectors.

d) Short term contracted Employees-Casual employees: Prior to January 2017 majority of the

revenue collectors were casual employees. It has been risky to use casual employees in revenue

collection.

e) External Interference: There has been a lot of interference to the extent of denying the County

its targeted local revenues. Politics has also interfered with the recruitment of short term/casual

employees.

f) Enforcement: The enforcement department has inadequate capacity to support revenue

collection in terms of skills and number of personnel and mobility. There is also lack of adequate

security especially at Cess collection points at night.

g) Legal Support: The revenue management unit has not received adequate legal support in cases

of litigation since the County has only one officer in the legal department.

h) Office space and equipment’s: Office space in Voi, Mwatate and Taveta Sub Counties is not

sufficient and conducive to accommodate clients, staff and records. The available offices also lack

equipment’s hindering service delivery.


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3.3.2 County Development Expenditure Analysis by Sector/ subsector – Compare budgeted versus actual.

This section outlines an analysis of county development expenditure for the county departments and county assembly for the 2014/15

to 2017/18 financial years. All the printed and approved estimates have also been indicated.

Table : Development expenditure analysis


ARM/DEP

ARTMENT

2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018
Printe

d

Estima

tes

Appro

ved

Estima

tes

Total

Expen

diture

%

of

Bu

dge

t

A.R Printe

d

Estima

tes

Appro

ved

Estima

tes

Total

Expen

diture

%

of

Bu

dge

t

A.R Printe

d

Estima

tes

Appro

ved

Estima

tes

Total

Expen

diture

%

of

Bu

dge

t

A.

R

Printe

d

Estima

tes

Appro

ved

Estima

tes

Total

Expen

diture

County Assembly 75,720,

000

85,450,

000

85,449,

999

6.4

%

100

.0%

12,103,

488

7,000,0

00

0 0.0

%

0.0

%

60,000,

000

15,000,

000

7,543,

827

1.9

%

50.

3%

13,222,

570

23,222,

570

0

Public Service and
administration

16,600,
000

11,900,
000

11,052,
614

0.8
%

92.
9%

26,655,
894

6,900,0
00

6,323,
079

0.8
%

91.
6%

20,131,
675

21,172,
482

8,740,
370

2.2
%

41.
3%

14,000,
000

20,298,
977

6,213,
258

Office of the
Governor

38,390,
510

48,395,
989

20,032,
473

1.5
%

41.
4%

-
1,500,0

00

29,278,
988

31,656
,892

4.0
%

108
.1%

55,099,
500

34,784,
147

32,814
,909

8.4
%

94.
3%

0 66,000,
000

0

Finance and

Planning

71,091,

569

84,191,

569

83,638,

676

6.3

%

99.

3%

36,440,

361

42,335,

278

39,356

,538

5.0

%

93.

0%

1,500,0

00

26,500,

000

7,335,

175

1.9

%

27.

7%

24,999,

999

55,000,

000

0

Agriculture,

Livestock and

Fisheries

94,286,

178

98,862,

817

79,269,

071

6.0

%

80.

2%

176,06

5,392

151,08

7,352

28,591

,579

3.7

%

18.

9%

163,75

3,324

161,75

3,324

15,176

,832

3.9

%

9.4

%

151,96

8,546

106,68

2,750

100,00

0

Water and
Irrigation

204,53
2,490

347,33
1,975

343,73
1,265

25.
8%

99.
0%

401,39
4,478

263,12
2,298

104,63
8,419

13.
4%

39.
8%

398,52
3,817

411,68
9,433

75,012
,882

19.
2%

18.
2%

334,76
7,312

247,56
1,837

14,022
,955

Education and

Libraries

119,78

3,000

127,47

8,297

123,72

1,663

9.3

%

97.

1%

161,01

8,890

144,95

5,570

120,40

3,122

15.

4%

83.

1%

170,19

2,000

178,84

1,662

113,99

5,463

29.

2%

63.

7%

161,38

7,244

183,31

3,762

14,265

,160

Health Services 231,14
7,406

202,44
4,444

174,20
7,023

13.
1%

86.
1%

188,31
4,999

209,41
7,681

113,95
6,816

14.
6%

54.
4%

214,33
3,703

156,34
3,147

75,924
,403

19.
4%

48.
6%

166,61
6,996

157,51
9,669

538,53
0

Trade 55,962,

059

51,650,

000

38,250,

013

2.9

%

74.

1%

65,574,

083

66,079,

988

44,168

,970

5.6

%

66.

8%

132,31

7,471

113,93

2,866

12,223

,381

3.1

%

10.

7%

107,67

6,092

59,282,

493

499,80

0

Sports 1,700,0

00

1,300,0

00

600,00

0

0.0

%

46.

2%

19,003,

839

8,486,0

00

5,470,

680

0.7

%

64.

5%

9,239,8

39

8,636,0

00

2,224,

200

0.6

%

25.

8%


Gender 60,000,

000

60,000,

000

59,291,

900

4.5

%

98.

8%

39,700,

000

23,000,

000

23,000

,000

2.9

%

100

.0%

2,000,0

00

1,000,0

00

799,43

0

0.2

%

79.

9%


Youth development 8,632,0

00

6,282,0

00

5,375,8

00

0.4

%

85.

6%

4,377,1

69

16,420,

000

12,996

,625

1.7

%

79.

2%

800,00

0

4,009,3

50

450,00

0

0.1

%

11.

2%


One Ward One

Programme

4,000,0

00

4,000,0

00

4,000,0

00

0.3

%

100

.0%


0.0

%


0.0

%


ICT 39,120,

000

34,700,

000

34,321,

090

2.6

%

98.

9%

0.0

%


0.0

%


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ARM/DEP

ARTMENT

2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018
Printe

d

Estima

tes

Appro

ved

Estima

tes

Total

Expen

diture

%

of

Bu

dge

t

A.R Printe

d

Estima

tes

Appro

ved

Estima

tes

Total

Expen

diture

%

of

Bu

dge

t

A.R Printe

d

Estima

tes

Appro

ved

Estima

tes

Total

Expen

diture

%

of

Bu

dge

t

A.

R

Printe

d

Estima

tes

Appro

ved

Estima

tes

Total

Expen

diture

Roads 209,60

5,805

206,90

7,713

193,59

9,916

14.

5%

93.

6%

233,08

0,187

211,03

3,405

193,99

0,422

24.

8%

91.

9%

109,14

1,948

122,95

6,906

33,284

,586

8.5

%

27.

1%

286,52

0,500

314,29

8,429

4,986,

167

Housing 18,400,

500

7,350,5

00

1,751,1

60

0.1

%

23.

8%

1,497,6

35

313,70

0

313,70

0

0.0

%

100

.0%

13,009,

000

1,500,0

00

88,425 0.0

%

5.9

%

8,500,0

00

5,500,0

00

0

Public works 25,900,

000

40,913,

034

19,715,

334

1.5

%

48.

2%

7,400,0

01

57,199,

405

48,990

,867

6.3

%

85.

6%

73,829,

135

73,864,

992

4,029,

917

1.0

%

5.5

%

24,114,

138

38,393,

123

0

Defunct local
Authority

45,113,
629

44,488,
266

32,607,
573

2.4
%

73.
3%

0.0
%


0.0
%


Lands 15,832,

910

11,600,

000

4,124,8

90

0.3

%

35.

6%

8,471,2

15

10,211,

215

8,211,

215

1.0

%

80.

4%

3,300,0

00

6,590,0

00

0 0.0

%

0.0

%

20,500,

887

27,573,

851

0

Tourism 27,500,
000

20,700,
000

17,270,
100

1.3
%

83.
4%

8,214,3
54

1,000,0
00

999,79
0

0.1
%

100
.0%

15,286,
104

9,140,3
54

1,114,
540

0.3
%

12.
2%

0 14,672,
964

0


1,363,3

18,056

1,495,9

46,604

1,332,0

10,560

100

.0%

89.

0%
1,387,8

11,985

1,247,8

40,880

783,06

8,714

100

.0%

62.

8%
1,442,4

57,516

1,347,7

14,663

390,75

8,340

100

.0%

29.

0%
1,314,2

74,284

1,319,3

20,425

40,625

,870

Source: county treasury (2017)


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CHAPTER FOUR: COUNTY DEVELOPMENT PRIORITIES AND STRATEGIES

4.1 Introduction

This chapter presents the county development needs priorities and strategies, the spatial development framework and natural resource

assessment. The chapter also presents sectoral programmes and sub programmes and cross sectoral impacts.

4.2 Spatial Development Framework

It is a requirement under the County Governments Act (2012) that every county have a County Spatial Plan (CSP). A spatial plan is

prepared for the purpose of ensuring proper physical development of land and securing suitable provision for transportation, public

purposes, utilities and services, commercial, industrial, residential and recreational areas, including parks, open spaces and reserves and

also the making of suitable provision for the use of land for building or other purposes.

The CSP is set to implement and elaborate the National Spatial Plan (2015-2045) at the county level. This plan, which should be prepared

in a participatory process lays a foundation for the promotion of the land policy principles of equity, efficiency, productivity and

sustainable use of the land resources. The following are the spatial planning strategies that will form part of the spatial plan for the

county.

Table 12: County Spatial Development Strategies by Thematic Areas
Thematic Area Overview/ Current Status Policy Strategy Potential

Geographical Areas

Lead Agencies/

Departments

Identifying

potential growth

areas

Major urban areas in the county are

experiencing growth spurred by

population increase, growth in the

county tourism sector, businesses,

industries and investment

opportunities.

The expected increase

in population in urban

areas shall be

anticipated and accommodated in

planned growth areas

Prepare a County Spatial Plan (CSP) with

strategies for growth areas

Prepare detailed development plans for

major urban areas

Designate land for housing in major urban

areas

Upgrade the existing infrastructure

and facilities

Designate alternative urban areas to promote

balanced regional development

Mwatate Municipality

Voi Town

Taveta Town

Wundanyi urban

center


Other urban areas that

will be identified

through a participatory

process as growth

areas within the 4 sub-

counties

CGTT – Lands,

Housing, ICT, Roads,

departments


Development partners –

CoG, UN-Habitat,

UNDP


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Enhancing

county

competitiveness

From its resources, people and

culture, the county has huge

development potentials; the

government is focused at leveraging

the county potentials in: Agriculture,

tourism, industrialization and mining.

Carry out suitable analysis on available sites

for (value-addition) industrial development

Optimize resource exploitation through

Undertake research to identify

more tourist attraction areas


Countywide CGTT – Office of the

Governor, other

departments


Development partners

Modernizing

Agriculture

The county rangeland forms one of

the disease free zones under Vision

2030, aimed at

Supporting production of livestock

products for export.

Additionally, the county highlands

have rich

Promote rural and agro-based industries

mainly in the high agricultural potential

areas

Establish Livestock Export Processing

Zones,

Establish of dairy and poultry development

industries

Research and mapping of soil potentials,

seed suitability and crop adaptation

mechanisms.

Infrastructure provision to support value

addition initiatives to agricultural rich areas

Countywide CGTT – agriculture

department


National Government


Development partners

Diversifying

Tourism

County has abundant tourism

resources, including parks,

monuments, Scenic hills, caves,

agric. plantations, ranches, hills

views


Prepare a tourism development

master plan focused on

tourism zoning, spatial and virtual

connectivity, online marketing, product

development, and quality

standard of tourism services

Promote domestic tourism by

providing incentives and

subsidies

Tsavo East & West

National parks

The slopes of Mount

Kilimanjaro

Tourism sites

countywide


CGTT – Tourism, ICT,

Roads & Physical

Planning Dept.

KWS

Development partners


Transportation

Network

The county has bitumen standards

roads connecting its 4 major urban

centers; Additionally, part of

Mombasa road (151 Km, Class

A109) is within the county; other

roads require improvements.

Proper traffic

management system for urban areas

Repossess and revert all

illegally acquired land

for roads infrastructure

Preserve and secure

adequate land for future

transport infrastructure

development;

Upgrading the roads providing access to

remote areas

Major Urban areas –

Voi, Taveta, Mwatate

& Wundanyi


Road networks

connecting urban

centres in the county;


Rural road linkages in

all sub-counties


CGTT – Roads dept.

KENHA

KERRA

KURRA

KWS


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Consolidate and explore new funding

sources.

Improve and expand

existing airstrips;

Improve linkages between

airports and urban

centers

Conserving the

Natural

Environment

The county has numerous natural and

agricultural resources including

minerals, scenic hills, wetlands,

forests, Tsavo National Park and

large sisal plantations.

Resource mapping and creation of a county

natural resource digital information database

Prepare and implement integrated wetland

& forest

resource, and ecosystems management plans

Integrate waste management

and pollution control in all policies

Mainstream climate change,

water management, green energy

generation and agriculture into

the national and planning

processes

Forested areas in the

county;

County wetland areas

Hilly areas of

Wundanyi, Mwatate,

Voi and Taveta.

CGTT – Environment,

Natural resources,

Physical Planning

departments


KWS

Managing

Human

Settlements

The county has 4 major urban areas;

two of which (Vo and Taveta) have

acquired township status. The county

headquarters is at Mwatate, which

qualified it to be a municipality.

Human settlements in major urban

centers are sprawling and require

zoning guidelines


Prepare and implement zoning guidelines

for all major urban areas

Align zoning guidelines with environmental

and

natural resource conservation policies

Plan and control development in

the urban growth areas

Develop a spatial data infrastructure for land

uses in the county


Mwatate Municipality

Voi Town

Taveta Town

Wundanyi urban

centre

All other major urban

centers


CGTT – Lands,

enforcement,

environment, and ICT

department

Appropriate

Infrastructure

Infrastructure in the county is at

different stages of development; only

major urban centers are well

connected by road transport; the

county lacks a sewerage system, and

some population in the county are

not within reach (recommended

distances) of major infrastructural

facilities.

Connect with quality roads centers of

business significance

Expand electricity connection to all location

in the county

Expand water projects (Mzima) to urban

centers and remote areas in the county

Develop a sewer system for Voi and Taveta

Towns

Countywide Rural Electrification

Authority

CGTT – public works,

roads, education, health,

survey and planning

departments


National government


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Carry out geospatial proximity analysis on

health and education, sports, social facilities

to visualize inadequately served locations

Industrialization County has several processing

industries which are spread across

major urban areas

Construction markets infrastructure

Encourage locations of resource based

industries (where resources are located)

Establishment of industrial processing zones

Establishment, expansion and equipping of

Vocational Training Centers across the

county

Research into county industrial potentials

Countywide CGTT –

Industrialization, Trade,

Lands departments


Development partners

4.3 Natural Resource Assessment

This section outlines natural resources assessment status and level of utilization, opportunities and constraints to optimal utilization

and strategies for sustainable management of the resource.

Table 13: Natural Resource Assessment
Name of Natural

Resource

Dependent Sectors Status, Level of

Utilization & Scenarios

for future

Opportunities for

optimal utilization

Constraints to

optimal utilization

Sustainable

Management

strategies

Lakes

a) Jipe
b) Chala


 Tourism

 Irrigation

 Livestock and Fisheries

 Water and Sanitation

 Wildlife

 Fluctuation of water
levels due to floods

and drought

 Water quality expected
to decline due to

increased farming

activities

 Underutilized water for
wildlife domestic use

and agriculture and

fisheries

 Potential for bulk
water supply to the

County

 Potential for
irrigation

 Potential for
increased revenue

from tourism

 Human-Wildlife
conflict

 Trans-boundary
water use

 Human
Encroachment

 Water quality
deteriorated from

horticulture

(affecting quality of

fish, and quality of

tourism)

 Monitoring of water
levels and quality

 Regulate waste
water and effluents

from farms and

nutrient enrichment

 Monitor sustainable
utilization of water

resources

Rivers and streams

a) Voi
b) Lumi

 Water and sanitation

 Wildlife

 Livestock and fisheries

 Dry riverbeds (Voi)

 Declining level (Lumi,
Galana, Tsavo)

 Best practices for
Integrated

Watershed

Management

 Weak Policy and
Enforcement

 Develop County
Water Master Plan


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Name of Natural

Resource

Dependent Sectors Status, Level of

Utilization & Scenarios

for future

Opportunities for

optimal utilization

Constraints to

optimal utilization

Sustainable

Management

strategies

c) Galana
d) Tsavo

 Irrigation

 Building and
Construction

 High sediment load

 Over-utilized for sand
harvesting, over

abstraction for

agricultural and

domestic use, riverine

cultivation, slash and

burn.

 Riverbank protection

 Catchment
rehabilitation

 Soil erosion controls
(gabions, check

dams)

 Dams

 Shallow wells


 Weak Institutional
capacity

 Human
Encroachment in

the riparian and

catchment areas

 Unsustainable Sand
harvesting

 Poor agricultural
practices

 Population pressure

 Over abstraction of
water

 Extreme weather
conditions

 Develop and
Enforce County

Water Policy

 Regulation of Sand
harvesting

 Institutional
Strengthening and

management

(WRUAs, WSP,

WUAs, WUCs)

 Ground water
exploration


Springs, and Wetlands

a) Ngulu
b) Ngelenyi Swamp
c) Mzima Springs
d) Njukini
e) Kitobo
f) Njoro Kubwa
g) Sanite
h) Maji wa deni
i) Huma Springs
j) Lemonya

 Water and sanitation

 Agriculture

 Livestock

 Commercial


 Drying up of springs

 Underutilization of
wetland for ecosystem

services

 Over exploitation
(conversion to

agricultural land,

human settlement,

sand harvesting.)

 Increase water
storage

 Soil Erosion control

 Rehabilitation of the
catchments

 Ecotourism services

 Population Pressure

 Pollution

 Human
Encroachment

 Land ownership

 Gazettment of
wetlands

 Controlled sand
harvesting

 Rehabilitation of
wetlands

 Regulation of water
use

 Rehabilitation of
catchment area

Forest (6,436km2 )

a) Plantation
Development

b) Natural Forest
Conservation

c) Farm and Dryland

 Wildlife

 Research

 Livestock

 Trade

 Reduction in forest
cover

 Reduction of forest
intensity due to end of

rotation cycle

 The Plantation Forests
are Underutilized

 Eco Tourism
(cottages and Eco

homes)

 Bamboo farming

 Commercial tree
farming

 Human
Encroachment

 Forest fires

 Illegal logging

 Drought

 Diseases and pests

 Invasive species

 Develop County
Forest Management

Policy

 Research

 Agroforestry

 Reforestation

 Afforestation


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Name of Natural

Resource

Dependent Sectors Status, Level of

Utilization & Scenarios

for future

Opportunities for

optimal utilization

Constraints to

optimal utilization

Sustainable

Management

strategies

 Non Forest Products
(apiculture, resin

and gums)

 Orchards

 Payment for
ecosystem services

like carbon credits

 Illegal charcoal
burning

 Promotion of High
indigenous value

tree species

 Green School
Program

 Farmer Field
Schools Program

 Woodland

 Participatory Forest
Management

Wildlife  Wildlife and Tourism  Underutilized wildlife
resources

 Wildlife
Conservancies and

Ranches


 Human Wildlife
Conflict

 Wildlife Monitoring

 Water harvesting

 Fencing

 Restore the wildlife
corridors

Minerals


 Environment

 Wildlife

 Trade

 Agriculture and
Livestock

 Industrialization

 Land Degradation due
to mining activities

 Inadequate exploitation

 Awareness and
Sensitization


 Intensive
Prospecting

 Research and
Development

Develop policy on

Management of

Minerals

Solar  Energy

 Industrialization

 Agriculture

 Education

 Health

 Infrastructure

 Solar is largely
available through the

County.

 Underutilized in the
County

Generation of power

 Provide energy in
areas without grid

connection

especially for

water projects,

agricultural value

chain, street

lighting and

security

 High initial capital
cost


 Develop policy on
solar and

renewable energy


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4.4 Developmental Challenges, Priorities and Strategies

This section provides a summary of the development priorities identified in the sectors from the sectoral plans and public participation

consultative forums. The development priorities, programmes and projects are linked to the Kenya Vision 2030, MTP III, County

Transformative Agenda/long term strategic plans and the Jumuiya ya Kaunti za Pwani (JKP) economic block. The various programmes

and transformative projects are also aligned with SDGs, African Union Agenda 2063 and other international frameworks.

Summarized County Developmental Challenges

Some of the key development challenges identified that continue to prevail and which lead to the high poverty levels that stand at 57%.

Some of these major developmental challenges facing the county include:

1. Low equitable share from the national government, coupled with low revenue collection and inadequate harnessing of PPPs,

impede the implementation of overall county government programmes.

2. Developing and strengthening the policy framework governing the county government’s engagement(s) with development

partners, investors and other counties alike, in leveraging upon and harnessing resources.

3. High levels of unemployment especially among the youthful and productive population that accounts for 70% of the total

population. The unemployment is due to inadequacy of; technical and business skills, capital to venture into business, information

leading to low entrepreneurial culture and stringent conditions to accessing commercial credit.

4. Low agricultural and livestock production and productivity due to low adoption of improved crop and livestock husbandry.

5. Establish and strengthen value-addition chains including linkage to markets and facilitate provision of subsidized inputs and

affordable credit facilities.

6. Low productivity among a section of the populace (youth) due to drugs and substance abuse.

7. High levels of illiteracy and poverty faced by the community members continue to impede development. This requires additional

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8. Regulations to operationalize the Mining Act is still not in place to empower the small-scale miners within the county.

9. Drought occasioned by Climate Change has continued to place a heavy strain on the county’s economy. Frequent failure of rains

has affected food security. An estimated 70,000 members of the community across the county continue to be supported through

relief programmes.

10. Human-wildlife conflict is another challenge that is on the increase due to wildlife invading the farming areas in search of water

leading to crop destruction and predation of livestock. There is also low awareness on the benefits that can accrue from the Tsavo

ecosystem.

11. Poor road networks have increased the cost of doing business and therefore negatively impacted the competitiveness of local

products. The poor roads have also made it very expensive for the County Government to provide goods and services such as

health, livestock and agricultural extension.

12. The health sector has been characterized by low staffing levels, inadequate health equipment, insufficient medical supplies and

a host of conditions such as the upsurge of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs), HIV/AIDS, alcohol and substance abuse. As

a result, people incur high costs seeking health services in private hospitals in and outside the county and country.

13. Tenure on land, which is a key factor of production, is faced with many challenges. Most schemes have been finalized however

the beneficiaries are yet to collect their titles. Some rural and urban areas are unplanned, making them unattractive to investors.

The unclear land regimes, coupled with a growing population, have led to encroachment of water catchment areas, forests,

biodiversity hotspots and wildlife areas. In the urban areas there has been growth of informal settlements and invasion of private

and public lands.


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Sectors introduction: This section presents various programmes and sub programmes for the eight sectors namely: Agriculture, Urban

and Rural Development (ARUD); Health services; Education and Training; Energy, Infrastructure &ICT; Social Protection, Recreation

and Culture; Environmental Protection, Water and Natural Resources, Public Administration and Intergovernmental Relations and

General economic, Commercial and Labour Affairs. It highlights sectoral vision and mission, goal/ objective and development needs,

priorities and strategies to address the various needs. The main objective of the sector is to increase agricultural and livestock production

and sustainable use of land.

4.4.1 Agriculture, Rural and Urban Development (ARUD)

The sector comprises of Agriculture, Livestock production, Veterinary service, Fisheries development, Lands and urban development

sub sectors.

Vision: “A leading county in Food and nutrition security, wealth creation and sustainable land management for socio-economic

development.”


Mission: “To improve the livelihood of Taita Taveta citizens and ensure food and nutrition security through creation of an enabling

environment and ensuring sustainable natural resource management.”


Strategic Goals/ Objectives of the Sector:

a) To be the leading agent towards the achievement of food and nutrition security for all, employment creation, income

generation and poverty reduction.

b) To transform crop, livestock and fisheries production into commercially oriented enterprises that ensure sustainable food and

nutrition security wealth creation and sustainable natural resource use.

4.4.1.1. Sector Development needs, Priorities and Strategies (ARUD)

The section highlights Development needs, priorities and strategies.


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a) Agriculture sub sector

Development needs Priorities Strategies

Agriculture Growth


Improve food security


Improve income of farmers

 Promotion of Drought Tolerant crops

 To increase acreage under food crop production

 Strengthen extension services

 Promotion water harvesting for irrigation;

 Invest in research and development;

 Promote Pest surveillance and disease control initiatives;

 Promotion of ash crop farming

 Installation of an electric fence to be erected by KWS;

 Promotion of high value horticultural and high value traditional crops.

 Development of agriculture and marketing infrastructure.

 Policy development – crop development policies and review of acts

Agro-processing and value

addition promotion

Agri-business and Market

Development.


 Agro-processing and value addition;

 To increase production of agricultural produce

 Establish agro-processing plants/ cottage industries;

 Improve access to credit and loan facilities

 Market information development


b) Livestock Production and Veterinary

Development need Priorities Strategies

Improve the Growth

Livestock industry
 To Improve the quantity and

quality of livestock and livestock

products

 Livestock products value addition
and marketing.

 Improve Apiculture production


Strengthening of livestock extension services

Livestock breeds improvement and upgrading.

Livestock disease surveillance, control and management

Increase access to credit to livestock keepers

Development of livestock marketing facilities

Range and ranch resource management.

Development and implementation of policies in the livestock sector.

Livestock technology research development

c) Fisheries

Development needs Priorities Strategies
Fisheries development Production and productivity Capacity building and enhancement of extension services

Hatcheries establishment and

fingerlings improvement

Develop hatcheries and improve the quality of fingerlings

Market development and value addition Value addition


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Marketing


d) Lands and Urban development

Development needs Priorities Strategies

Controlled and guided land

use

Formulation & implementation of the

county spatial plan, Sub County

integrated urban development plans,

Local area plans, etc.

Zoning and mapping.

GIS department, staff, maps

Development control Establishment of an Online

Development Approval System

Infrastructure improvement, Sensitization

Web based street address

system for the County

Increased access Physical Address System which will entail a web based application, address and street

index, land use maps and street address maps, quantities of entryway signage and

street signage and with a fully equipped data centre

Reduced land conflicts County land use policy & legislation Formulation of county land use policy Develop County Spatial planning bill,

Development control act & regularization Act.


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4.4.1.2 Sector Programs (ARUD)


a) Agriculture Sub Sector


Table 11. Sector Programs

Programme Name: 1. Crop Development and Management

Objective: Improved agricultural productivity and sustainable natural resource management

Outcome: Increased productivity, commercialization and competitiveness of crops

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline

2017

Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year

3

Year

4

Year

5

Total Budget

Promotion of

Drought Tolerant

crops(DTC)

Improved crop

yields

32.5 No. of Tonnes produced 10 10 10 10 10 7.5M

Increase in

number of farmer

beneficiaries

1800 No. of beneficiaries

supported

1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 5M

Increase the acreage

under irrigation

Increase in area

under irrigation

1500 Acreage under irrigation 50 50 50 50 50 15M

Promotion water

harvesting for

irrigation;

Improved Access

to water for

irrigation


5


No. of water pans

excavated


4 4 4 4 4 60M

10 No. of farm ponds

excavated/lined

20 20 20 20 20 50M

1 No. of Km. Length of

canals excavated / lined

1 1 1 1 1 10M

7 No. of on-farm water

harvesting technologies

7 7 7 7 7 2M


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Promote use of

modern farming

technologies

Improved

Adoption of

technologies

5 No. of technology types

promoted

5 5 5 5 5 2M

Promote research

and development;

Research issues

addressed

0 No. of researchable areas

addressed

2 2 2 2 2 2M

0 Number of KALRO Sub

centers established

1 0 0 0 0 40M

Pest surveillance and

disease control

initiatives;

Improved food

security

2 No. of reports generated 10 10 10 10 10 0.5M

0 No. of moth traps

procured and installed

20 20 20 20 20 1M

Improvement of

drainage system in

the wet areas;

Improved food

security

0 No. of wetlands

rehabilitated

4 4 4 4 4 1M

Promotion of nuts

and oil crops

Improved

Production of nuts

and oils


0 No. and type of nuts and

oil crops promoted


3 3 3 3 3 1.5M

10 Increase in Acreage under

Nuts and oil crops

15 15 15 15 15 2M

Promotion of fiber

crops

Improved

Production of fiber

crops


100 Number Acreage under

fiber crops

20 20 20 20 20 1.5M

2 No. and type of fiber crops

promoted

2 2 2 2 2 2M


0 No. of demonstration

farms established

4 4 4 4 4 1.2M

0 No. of model farms

established

4 4 4 4 4 1.2M

Farmers training on

post- harvest

management of farm

produce;

Post-harvest losses

reduced

0 No. of farmers trained


400 400 400 400 400 2M

0 No. of farmers taking up

value addition

10 10 10 10 10 2M


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0 No. of technologies

disseminated and in use

5 5 5 5 5 1.5M

Construction of

storage and cooling

facilities for

perishable produce;

Post-harvest losses

reduced

0 No. of storage facilities

constructed


4 4 4 4 4 5M

Post-harvest losses

reduced

0 No. of cooling facilities

established

0 1 0 0 0 0.5M

Installation of an

electric fence to be

erected by KWS;

Food security

improved

0 No. of kilometers covered 0 1 0 0 0 0.5m

Establish marketing

groups

Access to market

improved


0 No. of marketing groups

established

8 8 8 8 8 3M

No. of operational

marketing groups

8 16 24 32 40 2M

Promote

establishment of

farmers’ cooperative

societies;

Access to market

improved


No. of cooperatives

formed

4 4 4 4 4 2M

No. of operational

cooperatives

4 8 12 16 20 3M

Rehabilitation of

agricultural

seed/demonstration

farms in all the

wards;

Food security and

nutrition improved

1 No. of demonstration

farms rehabilitated

0 1 1 1 1 2M

Promotion of model

farms

Food security and

nutrition security

improved

0 No. of model farms

established

0 1 1 1 1 1M

Promotion of high

value horticultural

production

Food security

improved


1 No. and types of crop

value chains

developed(fruits,

vegetables)

4 4 4 4 4 2M

1 No of kitchen gardens

established

40 40 40 40 40 1.5M

Rehabilitation of

seed farms

Food security

improved

0 No. of seed farms

rehabilitated

4 4 4 4 4 2M


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Promotion of

Irrigated Agriculture

Food security

improved

- No of irrigated farms 100 100 100 100 100 5M

Development of

food reserves

Food reserves

developed

- No. of food reserves

established

0 1 0 0 0 50M

Development of

crop value chains

1 No. and type of crop value

chains developed

2 2 2 2 2 1.5M

Promotion of

mushrooms

Food security

improved

0 No of mushroom

farmers/groups

10 10 10 10 10 1M

Promotion of Urban

and peri-urban

agriculture

Improved food

security

0 No. of technologies

promoted and adopted

2 2 2 2 2 2M

Food security and

nutrition early

warning system

Reducing risk

management

Food outlook reports

generated and

disseminated

12 12 12 12 12 1M

Weather information

disseminated

12 12 12 12 12 1M

Seasonal food security

assessment reports

2 2 2 2 2 1.5M

Programme Name: 2: Agribusiness and Market Development

Objective: To enhance accessibility to market, affordable inputs and credit

Outcome: Increased productivity, commercialization and competitiveness of crops

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline-

2017

Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year

3

Year

4

Year

5

Total Budget

Agro-processing

and value addition;

Establish agro-

processing plants/

cottage industries;

Improved access

to market

0 No. of agro-processing

plants established

0 1 0 1 0 10M

0 No. of cottage industries

established

1 0 2 0 4 3M

Capacity building on

value addition;

Improved market

access

0 No. of farmers trained 50 50 50 50 50 1.5M

Monitor and

disseminate market

information

Improved market

access

0 No. of market information

reports

2 2 2 2 2 1M

0 No. of market surveys 2 2 2 2 2 1M


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Social protection -

Provision of

subsidized Farm

inputs (NCPB

stocked)


Access to farm

inputs increased

7.5 Tonnage of farm inputs

distributed

8 10 15 20 30 4M

250 No. of beneficiaries 270 300 350 400 700 1M

Promote crop

insurance services

Improved food

security

No. of farms covered 100 100 100 100 100 1M

Access to credit and

loan facilities

Access to credit

facilities improved

No. of beneficiaries 20 50 70 80 100 5M

Amounts disbursed 2 2 2 2 2 10M

Agricultural

development fund

Improved food

security

No. of beneficiaries 20 50 70 80 100 5M

Programme Name: 3: Soil and water conservation

Objective: Promote sustainable land use and environmental conservation

Outcome: soil erosion control and soil fertility improvement

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline

2017

Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year

3

Year

4

Year

5

Total Budget

Promotion of On

farm water

harvesting structures

e.g. terraces;

Improved food

security

0 No. and type of structures 6 6 6 6 6 2M

0 No. of farms laid 50 50 50 50 50 2M

Tree planting

campaigns during

rainy seasons.

Tree cover

increased

0 No. of trees plants 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 2M

0 Percentage tree cover 3 5 7 8 10 0.5M

Promotion of use of

organic manure


Improved food

security

0 Tonnage of organic

distributed

100 100 100 100 100 1M

0 No. of beneficiaries 100 100 100 100 100 0.5M

River bank

protection

Improved food

security

0 Length of river bank

protected

5 5 5 5 5 1M

Rehabilitation of

denuded land, Gully

control

Improved food

security

0 No. of gullies controlled 5 5 5 5 5 1.5M


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Excavation of water

pans

Improved food

security

0 No. of water pans

excavated

2 2 2 2 2 25M

Construction of

check dams/sand

dams

Improved food

security

0 No. of check dams/sand

dams constructed

1 1 1 1 1 5M

Desilting of water

pans

Food security

improved

0 No. of water pans desilted 0 1 1 1 1 4M

Programme Name: 4: Agricultural Engineering

Objective: Promote sustainable land use and environmental conservation

Outcome: Increased productivity, commercialization and competitiveness of crop production

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline-

2017

Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year

1

Year

2

Year

3

Year 4 Year 5 Total Budget

Agricultural

Mechanization

services


Improved food

security

1 No. of farm tractors

maintained and

operational

1 4 5 5 5 2M

5 No. of farm tractors

procured

0 4 2 2 2 100M

0 No. of AMS centers

established

0 0 0 1 0 20M

Programme Name: 5: Soil fertility Improvement

Objective: To improved agricultural productivity and sustainable natural resource management

Outcome: Increased productivity, commercialization and competitiveness of crops

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline

2017

Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year

1

Year 2 Year

3

Year 4 Year

5

Total Budget

Increase awareness

on technologies to

increase soil fertility

Improved food

security

0 No. of technologies

Promoted

6 6 6 6 6 1M

Promote

conservation

agriculture including

agro forestry;

Improved food

security

0 No. of farms conserved 20 20 20 20 20 1M

Soil sampling and

testing

Improved food

security

0 No. of farms sampled 20 20 20 20 20 0.5M


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Programme Name: 6: Extension services enhancement

Objective: Enhance institutional efficiency and effectiveness in implementation and service delivery

Outcome: Increased productivity, commercialization and competitiveness of crops

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline

2017

Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year

1

Year 2 Year

3

Year 4 Year

5

Total Budget

Promotion of use of

ICT


Improved service

delivery

0 No. of ICT equipment

maintained

12 12 12 12 12 0.5M

0 No. of new ICT

equipment procured

2 2 2 2 2 1M

Agricultural

Training Centres

Improved service

delivery

0 No. of ATCs

established

0 1 0 0 0 10M

Technology

dissemination


Improved service

delivery

0 No of shows 3 3 3 3 3 5M

0 No. of Field days held 8 8 8 8 8 2M

0 Exhibitions 2 2 2 2 2 1M

0 Demonstrations 10 10 10 10 10 1M

0 No. of Tours

conducted

1 1 1 1 1 2M

Research extension

farmer linkage

Improved

technology

transfer

0 No. of research issues

addressed

2 2 2 2 2 1M

0 No. of meetings held 1 1 1 1 1 0.5M

Farmer field schools Improved service

delivery

0 No. of FFS

established and

operational

4 4 4 4 4 0.5M

Staff meetings Improved service

delivery

0 No. of meetings held 56 56 56 56 56 2M

Promote Market

information

development


Access to market

improved

0 No. of market surveys

reports

2 2 2 2 2 1M

0 No. of Market

information

management systems

1 1 1 1 1 1M

No. of market

enumerators deployed

3 3 3 3 3 0.5M

Improved food

security

No. of 4k clubs

supported

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Supporting 4K clubs

and out of school

youth

No. of Out of school

youth supported

20 20 20 20 20 0.5M

Enhance and

strengthen extension

services;

Agriculture

extension officers

trained on

promotional

courses

82 No. of staff trained 14 14 14 14 14 3.15M

Agricultural

extension services

improved

0 No. of extension

officers recruited’

10 10 10 10 10 2M


Extension services

strengthened


2MV, 5MC No. of

motorbikes/vehicles

procured

1MV,

4MC

1MV,

4MC

1MV,

4MC

1MV,

3MC

- 23M

0 No. of officers

capacity built

24 24 24 24 24 2.5M

0 No. of officers

promoted

14 14 14 14 14 2M

Programme Name: 7: Agriculture Sector Development Support Programme II

Objective: To develop sustainable priority value chains for enhanced employment, improved income, food and nutrition security

Outcome: Banana, Dairy, and indigenous chicken Value Chains developed for Improved income, food and nutrition security

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year

1

Year 2 Year 3 Year

4

Year

5

Total Budget

Support Banana,

Dairy and

indigenous chicken

value chains

productivity

initiatives

Productivity of

Banana, Dairy and

indigenous

chicken Value

Chains increased

4000 No. of Service Providers

and value chain actors

trained on innovations,

practices and

technologies

4000 6000 8000 9000 1000

0

8.0M


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0 Grants issued to support

value chain innovations

30 30 30 30 30 17M

3 No. of Climate Smart

Agriculture interventions,

practices and

technologies promoted

and in use

3 6 6 9 9 3M

Strengthening

entrepreneurship

skill of banana, dairy

and indigenous

chicken value chain

actors

Entrepreneurship

skills of value

chain actors

enhanced

900 No. of service providers

and farmers trained on

viable business plans

900 1500 3000 5000 6000 5M

3 Support to partnership

initiatives through

extended concepts

3 6 6 9 9 24M

Improve marketing

of banana, dairy and

indigenous chicken

value chains.

Access to market

byvalue chain

actors improved.

20 No of value chain

organizations/groups

supported to access

markets and financial

services.

24 30 36 48 60 1.0M

0 Number of market

information providers

supported

10 10 10 10 10 1.0M

Establishing

coordination

structures in the

agriculture sector.

Structures and

capacities for

coordination in the

Agricultural

Sector

strengthened

3 No. of structures for

agricultural coordination

and consultation

established and supported

in the county.

4 11 30 30 30 31M

Programme :8: Kenya Climate Smart Agricultural Project


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Objective: To increase agricultural productivity and build resilience to climate change risks in the targeted smallholder farming and pastoral

communities

Outcome: increased productivity, commercialization and competitiveness of agricultural enterprises

Sub programme Key outcome Baseline Key performance

indicator

Planned targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year

4

Year

5

Total

budget

Staples value chain

promotion

Improve

productivity,

resilience and

reduction in

emission of GHG

0 Number of

beneficiaries


Percent increase in

yields

379


0%

3686


2%

11621


5%

20313


15%

21730


20%

0.58M

Fruits, vegetables and nuts

value chain promotion

Improve

productivity,

resilience and

reduction in

emission of GHG

0 Number of

beneficiaries

Percent increase in

yields

379


0%

3686


2%

11621


5%

20313


15%

21730


20%

0.58M

Meats value chain

promotion

Improve

productivity,

resilience and

reduction in

emission of GHG

0 Direct number of

beneficiaries


Percent increase in

yields

379


0%

3686


2%

11621


5%

20313


15%

21730


20%

0.58M

Dairy value chain

promotion

Improve

productivity,

resilience and

reduction in

emission of GHG

0 Direct number of

beneficiaries


Percent increase in

yields

379


0%

3686


2%

11621


5%

20313


15%

21730


20%

0.58M

Natural resource

management value chain

promotion

Improve

productivity,

resilience and

reduction in

emission of GHG

0 Direct number of

beneficiaries


Percent increase in

yields

379


0%

3686


2%

11621


5%

20313


15%

21730


20%

0.58M

Programme 9: Small Holder Productivity and Profitability (ISPP) programme

Objective: Improved agricultural productivity and sustainable natural resource management

Outcome: Increased productivity, commercialization and competitiveness of crops


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Sub Programme


Key Outcome Baseline Key

performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total Budget

Agronomy,

water use and

management.

Improved food

security

Number of

beneficiaries


14,256 24,363


24,363


24,363


24,363


5M

Agri-business


Improved market

access

Number of

beneficiaries

314


314


314


314


314


Amounts of

loans disbursed
39.8 39.8 39.8 39.8 39.8

Nutrition
Improved food

security.


Percentage of

female direct

beneficiaries

50% 50% 50% 50% 50%

Program 10: Kenya Cereals Enhancement Program – Climate Resilient Agriculture Livelihoods Window (KCEP-CRAL)

Development Objective;

i) Graduation of smallholder farmers to commercial farmers
Graduation of smallholder farmers to commercial farming in ASAL counties is climate resilient and empowerment of county governments

/communities for sustainable NRM and resilience to climate change

Outcome: Increased production and productivity

Sub Program


Key Outcome Baseline Key

performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 Total

Budget

Component 1;

Capacity

Building for

Climate resilient

productivity and

NRM

Sustainable

increase in

production and

productivity of

maize, sorghum,

millet and

associated pulses

among targeted

0

Productivity

increase for

pulses in ASALs

by 50%

10% 20% 30% 50%


145M

0

Productivity

increase for

sorghum in

ASALS by 50%

20% 30% 30% 80%


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smallholder

farmers and

improved climate

change resilience

with sustainable

NRM in targeted

ASAL counties

0

14,103.6 ha of

land producing

targeted cereals

and pulses

2821
11,753

11,753 8,932


0

80% of

participating

Farmers

reporting yield

increase

20% 30% 30% 80%


Component

Two; Post

Production

Management and

Market Linkages

Post-harvest

management of

smallholder

farmers in targeted

VCs improved 30%


Post-harvest

grain losses for

80% of targeted

smallholder

farmers reduced

from 30% to 5%

20 10 10 5


110,000

(Ksh’

000)
0

11,753

Smallholder

families

adopting

Improved grain

drying

technologies

2821 11,753 11,753 8,932


0

Operational self-

sufficiency

attained for 8

warehouses 8

0 3 5 8


0

11,753 small

holder farmers

adopting

improved grain

storage

technologies

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Component

three; Financial

Services

Financial inclusion

of targeted

smallholder

farmers improved

0

11,753

Smallholder

farmers access

financial

services

2350 are young,

3526 are

females and

5876 are males,

2821 11,753 11,753 8,932


971,375

(Ksh’

000)

0

Savings

(females)

increased by

69,258.75

(Ksh’ 000)

55.4125 230.8625 230.8625 175.45


0

Savings (males)

increased by

69,258.75

(Ksh’ 000)

55.4125 230.8625 230.8625 175.45


TOTAL BUDGET


1,227,24

5 (Ksh’

000)

Programme 11: Feed the Future (FtF)

Objective: Improved agricultural productivity and sustainable natural resource management

Outcome: Increased productivity, commercialization and competitiveness of crops

Sub Programme


Key Outcome Baseline Key

performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget


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Promotion of

Greenhouse

management

technologies for

increased

household

incomes of

smallholder

farmers in Taita-

Taveta County

Increased

productivity,

commercialization

and

competitiveness of

crops

0 Number of

farmers trained

on greenhouse

technologies

-Number of

greenhouses

rehabilitated in

the county

-Number of

productive

greenhouses

1.2m 3.6m 1.2m 0 0 6M

Promotion of

fruits production

through quality

nursery

management

technologies


Increased fruits

production in the

county through

planting of quality

seedlings

propagated by

trained nursery

operators

0 -Number of

nursery

operators trained

on good nursery

management

technologies

 Number of
quality fruit

seedlings

propagated

in each sub-

county

 Number
and types of

fruit

seedlings

propagated

by each

nursery

operator

1.7m 3m 2m 0 0 6.7M

Research

extension

linkages


Strengthened

research –

extension linkages

0 -Number of joint

activities (field

trials,

workshops,

trainings,

capacity

building of

1m 1m 1m 1m 1m 5M


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farmers,

exhibitions,

field days)

undertaken

Programme 12: Adapting Agriculture to Climate Change

Objective: Improved agricultural productivity and sustainable natural resource management

Outcome: Increased productivity, commercialization and competitiveness of crops

Sub Programme


Key Outcome Baseline Key

performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Conservation

agriculture

Improved food

security

0 No of farms 200 200 200 200 200 4M

Soil and water

conservation

Improved food

security

0 No. of farms 200 200 200 200 200 3.5M

Water harvesting

storage and

utilization

Improved food

security

0 No. of water

harvesting

structures

0 4 4 4 4 40M

No. of drip kits 0 100 100 100 100 16M

No. of solar

water pumps

0 200 200 200 200 40M

Agro-forestry Improved food

security

0 No. of trees

planted

0 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 20M

Green house

technology

Improved food

security

0 No. of green

houses

0 100 100 100 100 25M

Crop enterprise

choice and

management

Improved food

security

0 No. of

enterprises

0 5 5 5 5 15M

Post-harvest

management

Improved food

security

0 No. of storage

facilities

0 10 10 10 10 100M

Epidemiology of

crop pests and

diseases

Improved food

security

0 Number of

Reports

produced

6 12 12 12 12 0.5M

Development of

weather

advisories

Improved food

security

0 Number of

Reports

produced

1 2 2 2 2 0.5M


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Programme13: Monitoring and evaluation

Objective: Enhance institutional efficiency and effectiveness in implementation and service delivery

Outcome: Increased productivity, commercialization and competitiveness of crops

Sub Programme


Key Outcome Baseline

2017

Key

performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Follow up on

project

implementation

progress

Improved service

delivery

0 No. of reports 32 32 32 32 32 0.5M

0 No. of M&E

Visits

32 32 32 32 32 1M

0 No. of strategies

developed

2 2 2 2 2 0.5M

Programme14: Policy development , review and implementation

Objective: Enhance institutional efficiency and effectiveness in implementation and service delivery

Outcome: Increased productivity, commercialization and competitiveness of crops

Sub Programme


Key Outcome Baseline

2017

Key

performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year

1

Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Policy

development,

review and

implementation

framework and

review of

legislations

Enabling

environment

created

0 No. of policies

and legislations

reviewed and

developed

(crops,

agribusiness,

extension,

research and

development,

mechanization,

M&E)

0 6 0 0 0 1M

0 No. of

regulations

developed

0 6 0 0 0 0.5M

0 No. of strategies

developed

2 2 2 2 2 0.5M

Programme15: Kenya crops and dairy markets systems development


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Objective: To Transform agricultural markets systems to enable intensification and diversification into higher value commodities and non-farm

activities

Outcome: Improved productivity of selected value chains and developed market systems

Sub

Programme


Key Outcome


Baseline

2017

Key

performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Promotion of

Horticulture

Improved food

and nutrition

security

0 -No. of value

chains promoted

-Acreage

covered by each

value chain

5 5 5 5 5 25M

Improved access

to inputs and

services

0 -No of agro-

dealers selling

quality inputs

-Now of new

extension

models

established

50 50 50 50 50 15M

Improved market

access

0 No. of new

aggregation

centres

established

10 10 10 10 10 10M

0 No. of private

sector actors

engaged in the

VC

2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 10M

Promotion of

kitchen

gardens

Improved

household

nutrition diet

No. of

households with

kitchen gardens

2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 5M


b) Livestock Production Sub-sector

Programme 1: Efficient delivery of livestock extension services


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Objective: To strengthen delivery of Livestock extension services

Outcome: Food security and wealth creation enhanced

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline

2017

Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Strengthen livestock

production extension

services

Delivery and

coverage of

extension services

improved

10000 No. of livestock

farmers and groups

trained


15000 15000 15000 15000 15000 75M

20 No of appropriate

technologies

disseminated

30 30 30 30 30 0

1000 No. of on farm

demonstration and

visits

2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 1M

3 No of field days and

shows held

6 6 6 6 6 25M

1 No. of livestock

technology booklets

developed

200 500 1000 1500 2000 1.5M

6 No of technical staff

recruited (diploma

and degree level)

6 6 0 0 0 5.7M

4 No of technical staff

trained

2 2 2 2 2 3M

2 No of motor

vehicles purchased

1 0 1 0 0 10M

15 No of motor cycles

purchased

3 3 3 3 3 7M

3 No of field offices

constructed and

equipped

1 1 1 1 1 15M

Enhance ICT and

information management in

Livestock sub-sector

ICT and

information

management

system developed

and implemented.

0 Livestock resources
mapping /baseline

survey conducted

0 1 0 0 0 2M


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0 Livestock

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Information

Systems developed

and in use.

0 1 0 0 0 2M


Programme 2: Livestock productivity and output improvement

Objective: To improve livestock productivity and output

Outcome: Food security and wealth creation enhanced

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline

2017

Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Promote livestock breeding

and multiplication centers

Quality breeding

materials produced

and distributed to

farmers.

4 No of livestock

multiplication

centers/ farmer

groups in operation.

10 10 10 10 10 100M

Promotion of intensive

beef production

Intensive beef

production units

developed

0 No of feedlot units

operational

1 0 0 0 0 50M

Commercialization of

pasture

Adequate forage

available for

livestock

throughout the year.

600 Acreage under

improved pasture.

500 500 500 500 500 125M

10000 No of hay bales

harvested.

20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 10M

10 No of hay barns

constructed

5 5 5 5 5 25M

0 Tractors 2 0 2 0 0 20M

1 No of mechanized

hay balers

purchased

2 0 2 0 0 10M

0 Hay cutter and hay

rake

2 0 2 0 0 4M

100 Manual hay balers

and brush cutters

100 100 100 100 100 37.5M

Livestock improvement

programme.

Women and youth

groups supported to

improved

livelihoods (social

protection)

120 No of meat goats

purchased

1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 50M


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120 No of dairy goats

purchased

100 100 100 100 100 20M

20 No of dairy cattle

purchased

50 50 50 50 50 37.5M

3000 No of chicken

purchased

5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 25M

100 No of rabbits

purchased

500 500 500 500 500 10M

0 No of doper sheep

purchased

500 500 500 500 500 50M

Promotion of pig

production

Alternative

livestock

production

practices promoted.

4 Construction of

modern pig stay

1 0 0 0 0 10M

0 No of pigs

purchased

10 0.5M

0 No of feeds and

equipment bought

10 10 10 10 10 5M

0 Training of pig

keepers

100 100 100 100 100 1.5M

Promotion of Apiculture

programme

Alternative

livestock

production

practices promoted.

4 No of demonstration

apiaries operational

10 10 10 10 10 8M

5 No of modern

beehives bought

100 120 180 200 250 10M

2 No of honey

processing plants

operational

1 1 1 1 1 20M

200 No of beekeepers

trained

500 500 500 500 500 2.5M

Promote development of

emerging livestock

Emerging livestock

up-scaled

0


No of farmers

trained on various

100 100 100 100 100 1M


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emerging livestock

production

0 Type of emerging

livestock introduced

2 2 2 2 2 10M


Programme 3: Range and ranch resource management

Objective: to improve efficiency in utilization of range resources

Outcome: Ranches properly managed and producing livestock for market.

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline

2017

Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Range and ranch resource

management.

Range resource

utilization and

conservation

improved

600 No of ranchers and

herders trained.

1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 2M

1 No of ranch plans

developed and

implemented

10 10 0 0 0 2.5M

0 No of water pans

constructed/

rehabilitated in

ranches.

1 1 1 1 0 12M

50 No of water troughs

constructed

10 10 10 10 10 5M

0 Km of firebreaks/

access roads

rehabilitated

50 50 50 50 50 20M


Programme 4: Access to markets for livestock and livestock products improvement.

Objective: To improve access to markets for livestock and livestock products

Outcome: Market infrastructure and markets of livestock and livestock products developed

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline

2017

Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets


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Promotion of value

addition of livestock

products

Promotion of

livestock product

processing

2000 No of farmers

trained on value

addition

technologies

1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 2.5M

0 No of livestock

based processing

industries supported

1 1 1 1 1 10M

Milk value

addition and

marketing

promoted

70 No of milk traders

trained

20 20 20 20 20 0.5M

70 No of operational

milk bars licensed

20 20 20 20 20 0.5M

10 No of milk

collection centers

established

2 2 2 2 0 0

6 No of cooling tanks

purchased

2 2 2 2 0 20M

3 No of milk

cooperatives/ groups

strengthened

4 0 0 0 0 2M

0 No of milk

processing plant

1 0 0 0 0 100M

Improvement of market

infrastructure.

Access to market of

livestock and

livestock products

improved

0 No of poultry

bandas / sheds

constructed in major

markets

1 1 1 1 1 2.5M

0 Poultry slaughter

facility

2 1 1 1 1 10M

1 No of livestock

auction rings/

holding grounds

constructed

1 1 1 1 2 12M


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1 No of loading

rumps constructed

1 1 1 1 1 5M

0 Construction of

export grade abattoir

0 0 1 0 0 500M

No of pig slaughter

facilities

1 0 0 0 0 10M

Improve management and

dissemination of livestock

market information

Livestock market

information system

supported

0 No of market

information systems

operational

1 0 0 0 0 2M

0 No of market

information

collectors trained

40 40 40 40 40 1M

Programme 5: Mitigation against effects of climate change in the livestock sector

Objective: To provide early warning information to mitigate against climate change risks.

Outcome: Resilience to climate change risks improved

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline

2017

Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Enhance Livestock early

warning systems

Early warning

systems developed

2 Livestock situation

assessment and

outlook report

conducted

2 2 2 2 2 5M

Awareness on

climate change

effects created

2 Seasonal weather

and climate change

advisories

disseminated.

2 2 2 2 2 10M

0 No of community

agents trained

20 20 20 20 20 2.5M

Emergency Livestock off-

take programme

Reduce risks of loss

of livestock during

drought

200 No of animals in off-

take

400 400 400 400 400 20M

Emergency

livestock feed

0 No of bags of

drought cubes

200000 200000 200000 200000 200000 4M

10000 No of hay bales 200000 200000 200000 200000 200000 500M


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Emergency water

tracking

0 Trucks of water 100 100 100 100 100 5M

Drought response

mechanism

Risks due to

drought risks

eradicated

0 Excavation of water

pans for livestock

use in drought risk

areas

1 1 1 1 1 20M

0 Capacity building

on livestock

insurance

1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 2M

Emergency

restocking

0 No of meat goats

purchased

2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 100M

 Programme 6: Policy development in the livestock sub sector

Objective: To develop and implement livestock policy

Outcome: Enabling environment for investment in livestock development enhanced.

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline

2017

Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Strengthen policy and

implementation in the

livestock sector

Policies and

strategies

developed and

implemented

0 No of policies and

implementation

framework

developed and

implemented

1 1 1 1 1 25M

0 No of strategies

developed and

implemented

1 1 1 1 1 10M

Programme 7: Strengthening of livestock research development

Objective: To enhance investment in livestock research

Outcome: Productivity of livestock enterprises enhanced

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline

2017

Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Livestock technology

research development


On farm Livestock

research developed

and disseminated

0 On farm research

demonstration sites

developed

0 0 1 0 0 30M

0 Grants to support

livestock research

projects, studies and

trials.

2 2 2 2 2 10M


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0 Research outputs

disseminated

2 2 2 2 2 5M


Programme 8: Monitoring and evaluation of livestock development

Objective: To enhance M&E in the livestock sub-sector

Outcome: Efficiency in service delivery

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline

2017

Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Strengthen M&E system An M&E system

developed.

0 No of M&E Visits 2 2 2 2 2 25M

2 No of M&E reports 2 2 2 2 2 1.5M

c) Veterinary Sub-sector

Programme 1: Animal and zoonotic disease control

Objective; increasing livestock productivity, reducing losses due to animal diseases and reducing incidence of zoonotic diseases

Outcome: increased quality of live

Sub

Programme

Key

Outcome

Baseline Key

performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Infrastructure

development;

access

veterinary

services to

enhanced

42 Numbers of

cattle

dips

constructed

and

rehabilitated

2 2 2 2 2 100M

Numbers of

crushes

developed

10 10 10 10 10 15M

Numbers of

slaughter

houses

constructed,

rehabilitated

1 1 1 1 1 25M

0 Mapping

department

lands and

25 50 50 10 0 30M


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assets for

infrastructure

development

Diagnostic

laboratory

services


Veterinary

diagnosis

efficiency

enhanced

2 No. and type of

Samples

collected


6000 6000 6000 6000 6000 6M

200 No. and type of

Samples

collected

6000 6000 6000 6000 6000

Animal and

zoonotic

disease

surveillance

Disease

prevalence

reduced

250 No. of

Surveillance

visits,

150 150 150 150 150

200 Number of

animals

screened

6000 6000 6000 6000 6000

Policy

development;


Veterinary

service

delivery

streamlined

0 No. of county

sanitary and

phytosanitary

bills developed

6 1 0 0 0 10m

strategic

vaccinations

Disease

prevalence

reduced

70,000 Number of

Diseases

vaccinated

against


14 14 14 14 14 8.6M

45% Number of

diseases

treated against

4 4 4 4 4

45% Percentage

Animal

population

covered

50% 55% 60% 65% 70%

vector control Vector

borne

diseases

0 No. of Vector

control

demonstrations

12 12 12 12 12 0.3M


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prevalence

reduced


0 Number of

Vector surveys

Reports

produced

12 12 12 12 12

0 Number of

control reports

produced

12 12 12 12 12

veterinary

hygiene

services

Quality

assurance

of products

of animal

origins

increasing

Bovine ;1500

Caprine;3400

Ovine; 350

Number of

Species of

carcasses

inspected,


Bovine ;1500

Caprine;3400

Ovine; 350


Bovine ;1600

Caprine;3500

Ovine; 360


Bovine ;1700

Caprine;3600

Ovine; 370


Bovine ;1800

Caprine;3800

Ovine; 390


Bovine ;2000

Caprine;4000

Ovine; 400


1.2M

28 Number of

Inspection

points

licensed,


28 28 28 28 28 0.2M

0 Number of

stakeholder

trained

300 300 200 200 200 2.5M

Animal

identification

Animal

movement

streamlined

Stock theft

reduced

200 Number of

animals

branding,


Eye tagging


100000 50000 50000 50000 50000 0.9M

animal

movement

control,

Animal

movement

streamlined

500 Number of

animal

movement

documented


5000 10000 10000 10000 10000 45,000

0 No. of Animal

documentation

verified

500 300 200 100 100 1,300


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500,000 Amount of

Revenue

collected

against animal

movement

500000 1000000 1000000 1000000 1000000 4.5M

Programme 2: Rabies and dog population control

Objective; reduce incidences of stray dog menace

Outcome: responsible dog ownership established and rabies eradicated

Sub

Programme

Key

Outcome

Baseline Key

performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

rabies and dog

population

control

Prevalence

of rabies in

pets

reduced

Stray dogs

menace

reduced

1000


20

Number of pets

vaccinated,

Number of pets

sterilized

1000


200

2000


200

3000


300

3000


300

4000


400

1.3M


1.4M

0 Number of pets

licensed


200


200


300


300


400

0.14M

1 Number of

stakeholders

trained


200


200


300


300


400

0.14M

Programme 3: Animal breeding and genetic improvement

Objective; improve dairy genetic makeup

Outcome: dairy productivity improved

Sub

Programme

Key

Outcome

Baseline Key

performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Improved

dairy

productivity

250 Number of

cattle

inseminated

3000 4000 4500 4500 6000 6M


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AWI.

promotion

8 Number of

inseminators

trained

10 20 20 20 20 0.3M

20 Number of

inseminators

licensed

20 20 20 20 20 50,000

500 Number of

stakeholders

trained

100 150 150 200 200 0.5M

Programme 4: Promotion of drought resilience

Objective; diversification of livestock livelihood in drought prone areas

Outcome: food and nutritional security increased

Sub

Programme

Key

Outcome

Baseline Key

performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Promotion of

indigenous

chicken

farming

food and

nutritional

security

increased

500 Number of

chicken

vaccinated

3000 4000 5000 6000 8000 3M

500 Number of

farms visited

300 400 500 600 800

10 Number of

demonstration

conducted

10 10 10 10 10 1M

Diversification

of livelihood

Drought

resilience

livelihood

enhanced

9 Number and

types of

emerging

livelihood

supports

5 6 7 8 9 0.2M

Programme 5: Veterinary disease control

Objective: Streamlining services with phytosanitary regulations

Outcome: Veterinary services efficiency

Sub

Programme

Key

Outcome

Baseline Key

performance

Indicators

Planned Targets


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Veterinary

inspectorate

services

Quality of

veterinary

service

enhanced

440 Number of

practitioners

trained,

40 40 40 40 40 3M

Number of

practitioners

licensed


40 40 40 40 40 40,000


0 Number of

practitioners

monitored

40 40 40 40 40

Programme 6: Veterinary disease control

Objective ; improve value addition and market development

Outcome: leather industry promoted

Sub

Programme

Key

Outcome

Baseline Key

performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Leather

development

Infrastructure

Access to

market for

leather

products

increased

16 Number of skin

bandas

constructed,

Number of

leather

tanneries

constructed


4 4 4 4 4 0.4M

promotion of

value addition

and market

development,

0


10%


80%

Number of

products

graded


6000 8000 10000 10000 10000 0.2M

Number of hide

and skin

processed


500 500 1000 1000 1000

Number of

products traded

6000 8000 10000 10000 10000


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0

Number of

training

conducted


12 12 12 12 12 0.2M

Human

Resource

development

Improved

access to

leather

extension

services

0 Number of

leather

technicians

employed

trained

6


1


1


1


1


3M


0 Number of

leather

technicians

2 2 2 2 2 0.6M

Programme 7: Veterinary research development

Objective: develop veterinary research

Outcome; contributing to veterinary innovation

Veterinary

research

grants

Veterinary

innovations

0 number of

research

projects

supported

4 4 4 4 0 20M

Programme 8: Veterinary extension services

Objective increasing access to veterinary extension

Outcome: improved food and nutritional security

Sub

Programme

Key

Outcome

Baseline Key

performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Veterinary

extension

services

Improved

food

security

1000 Number of

farm visits

1000 2000 2000 3000 3000 3M

5 Number of

workshops

conducted

4 4 4 4 4 2M

10 Number of

demos

conducted

16 16 16 16 16 1M

2 Number of

trade shows

conducted

1 1 2 2 4 10M


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d) Fisheries Sub-sector

Programme Name: Fisheries Development and management

Objective: Increase aquaculture and capture fish production for improved nutrition and income.

Outcome: Increased income, food security and nutrition.

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year

3

Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Fisheries Aquaculture

infrastructure development

Quality fish

production

availed,

Improved

income.

0 No. fish hatcheries

constructed.


1 - 1 - - 20M

14 No of Fingerlings for

stocking ponds


100 120 200 250 300 6M

0 No. of Fish ponds

rehabilitated

40 40 40 40 40 29M

0 No. of fish ponds

constructed

100 100 100 100 100 15M

Programme Name: Production of quality feeds for fish farming

Objective: Increase Fish production in aquaculture and in capture fishery

Outcome: Increased income, food security and nutrition.

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Extension services

strengthening

Increased fish

production


1 No. of fish feed

processing plants

operationalized

0 1 0 0 0 1.5M

10 No. of technical staff

recruited

2 2 2 2 2 10.8M

Improved

aquaculture

farming

practices.

200 No. of fisher forks

trained.

350 400 450 500 600 1M

200 Farm Visits and

demonstrations

600 600 600 600 600 6M

Capture Fish development Increased fish

production

0 Development of two

modern landing sites

and fish Banda

1 1 0 0 0 40M


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Beach

Management

Unit trained

2 Capacity building of

BMU

4 4 4 4 4 0.6M

Increased Fish

yields

0 Installation of cage

farming at Lake Jipe

and Challa.

20 20 20 20 20 25M

Lake patrol and

surveillance

enhanced

0 Purchase of two motor

boats

- 1 1 - - 4M

0 No. of motor vehicles

purchased

1 - - - - 3M

Programme Name: Food safety Quality assurance

Objective: Increase quality of fish products for nutrition and income.

Outcome: Improved livelihood on cheap quality protein for household

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Improvement of Post-

harvest management

Increased fish

production

3 No. of technology

adoption on Post-

harvest management.

2 2 2 2 2 0.5M

Fish value Addition

marketing

Improved

market access

2 Value addition on fish

and fish feeds

5 - - - - 0.2M

e) Land and Urban Development

Programme 1: Land Policy

Objective: To provide appropriate guidelines for sustainable use of land

Outcome: optimal use of land and reduced land use conflicts

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

County Land Use Policy

& Legislation

Sustainable use of

land and minimize

land conflicts

0 No. of policies

developed and

legislations enacted

2 1 1 - - 20 M

Programme 2: Land Use Planning

Objective: To ensure sustainable and optimal land use

Outcome: Harmonized and standardized system of physical planning for the country

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Planned Targets


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Key performance

Indicators

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

County Spatial Plan Coordinated urban

development and

planning

0 No. of spatial plans

developed

1 - - - - 100 M

Urban Areas Integrated

development plans

Well-coordinated

urban areas

0 No. of Urban areas

integrated

development plans

developed

2 1 - - - 75 M

Local physical

development plans

Coordinated

development and

planning

3 No. of Local Physical

development plans

developed

5 5 5 5 5 70 M

Urban Settlement

Planning

Coordinated urban

development and

planning

0 No. of Urban

settlement plans

developed

5 3 2 2 2 15 M

Short term plans

preparations

Coordinated urban

development and

planning

0 No. of short term

plans developed

4 3 2 2 2 15 M

Slum Upgrading Enhanced

conducive living

environment

6 No. of Settlement

schemes upgraded

3 3 2 1 1 50 M

Development Control Coordinated

development and

planning

1 No. of Sensitization

Forums held

6 5 5 4 4 5 M

Programme 3: Spatial Data Infrastructure

Objective: To ensure optimal and sustainable use of land

Outcome: To develop base maps for planning and design

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Development of a GIS

platform

Enhanced

sustainable land

use

0 No. of system

developed

- 1 - - - 25 M

Development Control

system

Improved and

effective approval

system

0 No. of Development

control system

developed

- 1 - - - 15 M


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County Addressing

System

To Develop a

Street and property

addressing system

0 No. of County

addressing Unit

system developed

- 1 - - - 15 M

Programme 4: Land Survey and Mapping

Objective: To promote peaceful co-existence among the locals and between Kenya and her neighboring countries

Outcome: Resolved boundary disputes and peaceful co-existence

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Surveying and dispute

resolution

Reduced land

boundary disputes

6 No. of Surveys

conducted

30 25 25 20 20 100 M

Community Sensitization 5 No. of awareness

creation forums held

6 5 5 4 4 5 M

Programme 5: Governance & Administration

Objective: To enhance service delivery to the citizens

Outcome: Improved service delivery in towns and Municipals

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Town management

Committees & Municipal

Board

Improved service

delivery

0 No. of Boards &

committees formed

3 - - - - 5 M

Sub county

operationalization

0 No. of offices

equipped

3 - - - - 5 M


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4.4.2 Health Services

A. Vision and Mission

Vision: “A County with the highest level of quality healthcare for socio-economic productivity.”

Mission: “To provide quality, accessible, affordable and sustainable preventive, curative, promotive and rehabilitative healthcare

services in a responsive and accountable manner for the communities of Taita Taveta County.”

4.4.2.1. Sector Development needs, Priorities and Strategies (Health)

No. Development Needs Priority Strategy

1. Elimination of

communicable disease and

conditions

HIV and AIDS,

MALARIA and

TB

Through County regulations review and enforcement, increased staffing,

capacity building and infrastructure development.

2. Halting and reversing the

rising burden of non-communicable

disease and conditions

Diabetes, Hypertension ,

Cervical and Prostate Cancers,

To improve awareness of NCDs risk factors, strengthen screening program,

preventions and treatment

3. Reducing the burden of violence and

injuries

Road Traffic Accidents & GBV To prevent the main causes of injuries and improve health outcomes with

emphasis on road traffic accidents and GBV injuries through review and

enforcement of legislation and strengthening of multi-sectoral

collaborations and programs

4. Provide essential health

care

RAMCAH,

General OPD & IPD Services


To improve essential medical service delivery by expanding and improving

physical infrastructure, provision of adequate health products/commodities

and technology, implementing alternative service delivery strategies and

addressing human resource capacity gaps through recruitment and

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4.4.2.2 Sector Programs (Health)

Table 14: Sector Programmes

5. Improve emergency medical,

referral and rehabilitative

services

Referral services/Ambulances&

Special Clinics

To improve emergency medical referral and rehabilitative services by

capacity building of staff at all levels, improving communication and

expanding ambulance services and development of trauma centres.

6. Minimizing exposure to

health related risk factors

Public Health interventions Community Health Strategy.

Health education and promotion,

7. Strengthening collaboration

with health-related sectors.

Agriculture, Water, Education,

Environment, Social Services

To build and strengthen partnerships with the public and private sectors to

address priority health system

Programme 1: GENERAL ADMINISTRATION, POLICY, PLANNING, BUDGET, HEALTH FINANCING AND INFRASTRUCTURE

Objective To offer efficient governance, leadership and management in the delivery of health services

Outcome: Improved service delivery

Sub- Prog Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total Budget

Human Resource

Management

Improved

service

delivery

0
Number of Strategic

Plan developed
1 1 1 1 1 3.4M

168
No. of new staff

recruited (note 1)
110 29 28 51 52 3.2M

0
No. of new staff

inducted
258 29 28 51 52 3.6M


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1490

No. of new and

existing staffs on

the payroll

1600 1629 1657 1708 1760
5.7B


0
No. of staff

appraised
1,058 1088

1116 1167 1219
0.3M

0

No. of Training

needs assessment

report developed

1 1 1 1 1 0.6M

61
No. of staff on long

term trainings
60 60 60 60 60 32M

20

No. of staff exiting

service through

retirement

13 13 16 18 20 0

268
No. of staff

promoted
88 168 200 0 0 125M

0
Number of reward

policy developed
1 1 1 0 0 1M

88%
% of data updated in

IHRIS
100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 0

6

No. of best

performing health

workers rewarded

33 38 43 0 0 0

0

No. of staff

participated in team

building

45 50 55 60 65 7.5M


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1 AWP in place 1 1 1 1 1 10M

1 PBB developed 1 1 1 1 1 10M

1

County Health

Strategic plan

available

1 1 1 1 1 10M

56
No. of HFC

Gazetted
5 5 5 0 0 1.8M

Health planning,

Infrastructure and

Health financing

Enhanced

service

delivery

20 No. of reports for

CHMT & SCHMT

support supervision

conducted

20 20 20 20 20 12M

20 No. of RBF support

supervisions

conducted by

SCHMT & CHMT

20 20 20 20 20 9M

20 No. of Stakeholders

forums conducted
20 20 20 20 20 10M

52 No. of data review

meeting conducted
52 52 52 52 52 5M

Strengthened

HMIS

28612 No. of HMIS Tools

reproduced and

distributed

28612 28612 28612 28612 28612 5M

42 No. of CHMT &

SCHMTs (CHMT

5,SCHRIOsand

13 0 0 0 0 4M


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Team Leaders)

receiving

Computers

Improved

access to health

services

64 No. of facilities face

lifted
6 6 6 6 6 2M

6 No. of new health

facilities

constructed and

Operationalized

(with Disability

friendly services)

2 1 0 0 0 48M

0 No. of Mortuary

bays constructed
2 0 0 0 0 5M

13 No. of facilities

connected with

electricity

4 2 2 1 1 6.5M0

1 No. of facilities

with power upgrade
3 0 0 1 1 0.6M

5 No. of facilities

with functional

generators

2 2 1 1 1 7.5M

15 No. of new

maternity blocks

constructed and

operationalized

2 2 2 3 3 9M


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8 No. of laboratory

blocks constructed

and operationalized

2 2 2 2 2 16M

40 No. of new staff

houses constructed
2 12 12 12 6 24M

30 No. of existing staff

houses renovated
19 19 19 0 0 15M

10 No. of Air

conditioners

installed in drug

stores/ pharmacies

3 3 3 0 0 4M

10 No. of new

ambulances

purchased

2 2 2 2 2 80M

6 No. of new utility

vehicles purchased
0 2 2 2 0 18M

6 No. of existing

ambulances

retrofitted

2 2 4 0 0 150M

8 No. of utility

vehicles repaired
8 0 0 0 0

4M


15 No. of functional

motor bikes
15 18 20 24 35 0

8 No. of functional

utility vehicles
7 9 11 13 15 5M


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30 No. of motor bikes

repaired
7 15 20 25 30 3M

1 No. of ICU/HDU

constructed
1 0 0 0 0 3M


4


Lots of plant and

equipment procured

and installed (note)

0 0 2 0 2t 50M

5 Preventive and

maintenance plan

available in all the

major hospitals

5 0 0 0 5 5M

Improved

financial

management

5 No. of Reports on

disposal of idle,

expired health

products and

obsolete items

1 1 1 1 1 5M

1 No. of annual

financial statements

prepared and

submitted to County

Treasury

1 1 1 1 1 0.5M

5 No. of updated asset

register available in

all facilities

70 70 70 70 70 1.5M


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17,000 No. of over 60 years

registered with

NHIF

5000 9000 11000 15000 20000 10M

5 No. of annual target

setting reports on

revenue collection

1 1 1 1 1 0

Quality assurance

and standards

Improved

service

delivery

34 No. of staff trained

on research

methodologies

22 25 28 30 30 5M

0 No. of operational

research conducted
2 2 2 2 2 15.6M


10

No of outbreak

investigation report
0 0 2 0 2 0

Improved

service

delivery

0 No. of SOPs

reviewed and

distributed

1 1 1 1 1 2M

45 No. of QIT & WIT

trainings conducted
9 9 9 9 9 2.5M

0 No. of Customer

satisfaction surveys

conducted

124 124 124 0 0 2.3M

50 No. of facilities

displaying service

charters

62 0 0 0 0 5M


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5 No. of facilities

with active

complaints and

compliment

committees

62 0 0 0 0 0.5M

5 No. of facilities

operating a

customer care desk

10 12 15 20 25 3.5M

5 No. of reports for

benchmarking visits

by QITs

2 2 2 1 1 1.5M

500 No. of Staff trained

on QI
300 300 300 0 0 1.8M

180 No. of QIT

meetings held
36 36 36 0 0

1.8M


Programme 2: Preventive and Promotive Health Services


Objective To reduce the burden of preventable diseases and condition

Outcome: Reduced malaria prevalence rate

Sub Prog. Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets
Total

Budget
Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5

Malaria

Control
7781

No. of targeted under 1’s

provided with LLITN’s
8170 8579 9007 9458 9931

31m00


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Reduced malaria

related morbidity and

Mortality

No. of targeted pregnant

women provided with

LLITN’s

7861 8254 8667 91001 9556
87M


No. of health talk

conducted
149 156 164 173 190 6M

No. of world malaria days

commemorated
1 1 1 1 1 7M

TB

Prevention

and

Control

Reduced burden of

TB, Leprosy and

other lung diseases

12 No. of ACF sessions held 24 24 24 24 24 3M

6 No. of DRTB clinical

meetings held
36 36 36 36 36 12M

1 No. of county TWG

meetings held
4 4 4 4 4 1.5M

142 No. of health talk

conducted
149 156 164 173 190 6.6M

39 No. of TB defaulters traced 50 60 70 80 90 1M

60 No. of MDR TB

Surveillance cases

conducted

66 73 81 89 98 1.5

30 No. of health worker’s

capacity build on TB,

Leprosy and lung diseases

120 120 120 120 120 24M

4 No. of sensitizations on

TB/Leprosy to CHVs

contacted

35 65 65 65 65


15.9M


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48 No. of support supervision

conducted
60 60 60 60 60 8.0M

1 No. of World TB days

commemorated
1 1 1 1 1

7.2M


HIV and

AIDS

Reduced HIV&AIDS

Infection and

transmission

250 No. of HIV + pregnant

mothers receiving

preventive ARV’s

650 683 717 753 791


31M

4148 No. of eligible HIV clients

on ARV’s
4355 4573 4802 5043 5295


6.5M

1006

No. new of clients enrolled

in care
1056 1109 1165 1223

1285


2M

307 No. of HEI followed up for

18 months
323 340 357 375 394 4M

1499 No of HIV clients started

on isonizid preventive

therapy ( IPT)

4355 4573 4802 5043 5295 5.7M

0 No. of county TWG

meeting done
4 4 4 4 4 4.2M

500 No. of MDT meetings done 660 660 660 660 660 15M

240 No. of health talks done 680 1320 1380 1400 1480 5M

650 No. of enhanced adherence

sessions done
660 672 684 696 720 14M


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4 No. of meetings held for

adolescents and youth

living with HIV

18 18 18 18 18 4.3M

1 Number of care givers

meetings done
18 18 18 18 18 4M

16 No. of support supervision

meetings done
96 96 96 96 96 8.6M

5 No. of training for capacity

building done to health care

workers

20 20 20 20 20 17M

1
No. of World HIV days

commemorated
1 1 1 1 1


7.2M


3 No. of sub county Cascos

meeting done
4 4 4 4 4 1M

610 No. of unsuppressed clients

meetings done
660 660 660 660 660 4.4M

Disease

Surveillanc

e and

response

Timely disease

detection and

response

3692 No of weekly reports

submitted
4420 4420 4420 4420

4420


0,1M

0 No. of H/Ws capacity build

on IDSR &disaster

management

30 30 30 30 30 1M

9 No. of AFP cases detected

& investigated early
2 2 2 2 2 0.1M


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- No. of Surveillance

activities done on VPDs
10 10 10 10 10 0.5M

14 No. of suspected measles

specimens collected and

sent to reference Lab

8 8 8 8 8 0.5M

0 No. of disaster management

contingency plans

formulated

1 1 1 1 1 0.1M

0 No. of H/Ws and CHVs

capacity build on disaster

management

80 80 80 80 80 0.600

Community

Health


Improved health

seeking behaviors

and access to services

824 No. of client identified &

referred for health services

from community

915 960 1010 1132 1285 10M

48 No. of health action days

done
147 154 162 176 188 15,5M

52 No of health dialogue days

conducted
185 194 204 224 248 7.7M

35 No. fully functional CHU

established
41 47 53 59 65 22.5M

0 No. of CHVs trained on

Technical modules
1604 1724 1844

1964 2084 25.5M

77 No. of CHCs trained 84 96 108 240 360 6.6M


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0 No. of CHAs/CHOs

quarterly review meetings

held

4 4 4 4 4 11.5M

0 No. of quarterly support

supervision conducted
4 4 4 4 4 5.6M

0 No. of Annual general

meeting held
1 1 1 1 1 6M

0 No. of health promotion

messages developed and

disseminated

6 6 6 6 6 3M

0 No. of IEC materials

developed and

disseminated

120 180 240 240 240 5M

0 No of Radio show sessions

aired
4 4 4 4 4 1.3M

Improved Access to

hygiene and

Sanitation facilities
149

No. of community

sensitization meetings

conducted on latrine

provision and use

186 186 186 186 186 2.5

462

No. of hygiene and

sanitation promotion

session conducted at the

community

462 582 702 822 969 2.5M


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70206

No. of H/hold with access

to latrine and

Hand/Washing facilities

70946 71686 72426 73166 73902 1.25M

19
No. of villages certified and

celebrated ODF
57 171 513 741 969 10M

89614
No. of school age children

dewormed
90304 91215 92425 92873 93209 15M

1
No. of World toilet day

commemorated
1 1 1 1 1 7M


Environme

ntal Health

Reduced

environmental health

risks

4345
No. of food handlers

medically examined
4345 4562 4790 5150 5500 5M

56

No. of periodic food and

water samples collected and

subjected for analysis

56 58 61 98 120 10M

2300

No. of Business premises

comply with Cap 242, 254,

Other legislations e.g.

EMCA, Building Code

Tobacco and Liquor control

act.

2300 3000 3500 3800 4200 5.5M

297
No. of building plans

approved.
297 297 350 410 520 3.5M


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Improved hygiene

and sanitation in

schools

161

No. of schools with

adequate hygiene and

sanitation facilities

161 172 181 193 202 10M

11

No. of school implementing

Menstrual Hygiene

management programmes

24 36 48 56 64 5.8M

11
No. of schools with active

Health Clubs
24 36 48 56 64 4.8M

1
No. of world menstrual

health days commemorated
1 1 1 1

1


7.2M

1
No. of global Hand washing

Day commemorated
1 1 1 1 1 7.2M

Enhanced infection

prevention and

control

1
No. of modern incinerator

installed
1 1 1 1 1 24M

1
No. of Modern incinerator

serviced and maintained
2 3 4 5 5 5M

3

No. of Incinerator

maintained and

rehabilitated

11 10 10 10 0 20M

1
No. of new Incinerators

constructed
13 8 2 0 0 17M

10
No. of placenta pit

constructed
24 10 10 10 10 5.7M


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400

No. of Health workers

Capacity building a on IPC

done

400 500 600 700 800 19.6M

62
No. of SOPs on IPC

developed
62 66 72 84 96 3M

0
No. of IPC equipment and

supplies Provided
128 128 128

28 128 8M

5 No. of quarterly IPC

meetings held
24 48 64 64 64 5M

3692 No. of weekly reports

submitted
4420 4420 4420 4420 4420 1.1M


Nutrition Improved nutritional

status of the

community

2800 No. of children12-59 dewormed 2837 2982 3131 3288 3452 1.5M

5062

No. of children exclusively

breastfed
4331 4331 5062 5316 5582 2.5M

5402

No. of children 6-11 months

supplemented with Vitamin A
5402 5402 5402 5672 5956 5M

37727

No. of children 12-59 months

supplemented with Vitamin A
37727 37727 37727 39614 41595 56M

2702

No. of U5s referred for

Management of Acute

Malnutrition.(NEW)

2702 2702 2702 2837 2982 15.5M


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106

No. of pregnant and lactating

women referred for

IMAM(New)

106 106 106 112 118 5.4 M

-8

No. of nutritional equipment

procured(combo scales)
8 10 12 16 18 21M

60

No. of H/W capacity build on

IMAM
30 60 60 90 100 10M

60

No. of HCWs trained on

MIYCN
30 60 60 60 100 10.5M

60
No. of HCWs trained on VAs

and MNPs
30 60 60 60 100 6.7M

30 No. of HCWs trained on IFAS 30 60 30 60 90 6.9M

40 No. HCWs trained on LMIS 40 40 40 120 120 12M

-
No. of HCWs trained on BFCI

and growth monitoring
60 60 60 60 90 6.9M

200

No. of CHVs trained on BFCI

and growth monitoring/

Nutrition basic package

200 400 600 800 800 15M

1

No. of nutritional surveys

conducted
1 - 1 - 1 16M

2
No. of Malezi bora Activities

conducted
2 2 2 2 2 18M

-

No. of HCWs trained on

prevention/management/control

of diet related NCDs

60 80 100 120 150 10M


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4
No. of nutrition mass

screening/outreaches conducted
4 4 8 12 16 8.9M

4
No. of nutrition coordination

forums held
2 4 4 4 4 3.6M

60 No. of health workers trained on

nutrition in HIV/TB
60 80 100 120 140 8M

NCDs Decreased incidences

of NCDs

142 No. of public awareness

meetings conducted
149 156 164 172 181 2.5M

16 No. of integrated medical camps

conducted
16 16 16 16 16 10M

210 No. of HWs capacity build on

Prevention and management of

NCDs

221 232 244 256 269 10M

16 No. of Advocacy activities for

all NCDs conducted
16 16 16 16 16 5.5M

Reproducti

ve,

Maternal,

Child and

Adolescent

Health

improved child health 50371 No. of women of Reproductive

age receiving family planning
52890 55534 58311 61227 64288 2M

394 No. of community awareness

meetings on FANC
414 435 458 481 505 0.5M

16 No. of sensitization meetings

with TBA conducted
16 16 16 16 16 1,1M

87 No. of facilities providing

mother friendly services
87 87 87 87 87 2.5M


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16 No. of community sensitization

meetings on male involvement

done

16 16 16 16 16 2.5M

56 No. of reports on maintenance

of EPI equipment
56 56 56 56 56 1M

improved neonatal

health

239 No. of integrated outreaches

conducted
251 264 277 291 305 20M

155 No. of HWS trained on IMCI 450 500 550 600 650 12M

60 No. of HWs capacity build on

neonatal care
210 221 232 244 256 12M

10 No. of HWs trained on kangaroo

mother care
300 400 500 600 700 2M

Improved child

health

111 No. of defaulters traced in

Immunization
117 123 129 135 142 25M

7964 No. of children fully immunized 8,362 8,780 9,219 9680 10164 5.7M

16830 No. of children attending CWC 17,672 18,555 19,483 20457 21480 2.5M

Improved access to

adolescent Health

6
No. of facilities offering YFS 30 40 50 60 70 2M

Programme 3: Curative Health Services

Objective To Reduce morbidity, mortality and Disability.

Outcome: Reduced Morbidity, Mortality and Disability levels

Sub

Programme

Key Outcome Baseline Key performance Indicators Planned Targets\

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total Budget


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County

Referral

Services

Improved Emergency

and Referral services

376 No. of referred clients reaching

referral unit
415 435 457 480 504


132.7M


0 No. Emergency contingency

plans (including referral plans)

developed

1 5 5 5 5

7806 No new outpatient cases

attributed to road traffic

accidents

7045 6693 6358 6040 5738

7788 No. of new outpatient cases

attributed to other injuries
7029 6677 6343 6026 5725

Improved quality of

life for palliative care

patients

50 No. of patients admitted with

cancer
30 35 40 45 55


12M

20 No. of patients recommended

for dialysis receiving the

services

24 30 35 35 40 24M

Increased awareness to

dental services
3552

Number of clients seeking

dental services
3,916 4,112 4,317 4533 4759

2.9M


Reduced disease

burden and improved

quality of life

2106

No. of new outpatients with

mental health conditions 1,901 1,806 1,715 1629 1548

6.3M


Enhanced ophthalmic

services
2404

Number of clients receiving eye

services
2,650 2,783 2,922 3068 3222

2.1M


Improved ENT

services
838

Number of clients accessing

ENT services
924 970 1,019 1070 1123 2.2M


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Reduced disease

burden and improve

treatment success

9478 No. of under 5’s treated for

diarrhea
8,554 8,126 7720 7334 6967 1M

13070 No. of new outpatient’s cases

with high blood pressure
13070 10,700 9,234 8678 7563 2.3M

2082 No. of new clients diagnosed

with diabetes
1,879 1,785 1,696 1611 1531 1.6M

Reduced nutrition and

micro nutrient

deficiency

4344

No. under 5’s stunted

3,920 3,724 3,538 3361 3193 3M

Increased screening 10624 No. of under 5 underweight 9,588 9,109 8,653 8220 7809 1M

Improved responsive

care for GBV victims
54

No. of new outpatient cases

attributed to gender based

violence

49 46 44 42 40 0.5M

Increased index of

suspicion
4020

No. of fevers tested positive for

malaria
3628 3447 3274 3110 2955 3M

increased evidence

based diagnosis

516 No. of TB clients detected 542 569 597 627 659


180M


13066
Number of clients referred for

imaging services
14405 15126 15882 16676 17510

17144
Number of clients referred for

lab services
18901 19846 20839 21881 22975

Improved in patient

services
42.5%

Bed Occupancy Rate
51.4% 56.6% 62.2% 65.3% 68.6%


823M


Improved quality of

care
4

Average length of stay (ALOS)
3 2 2 2 2


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Sub County

hospital

services
Reduced disease

burden and improved

quality of life

3246
No. of clients receiving

physiotherapy services
3579 3758 3946 4143 4350


85.9M


2500
No. of clients receiving

occupational therapy services
2756 2894 3039 3191 3350

1952
No. of clients receiving

orthopaedic services
2152 2260 2373 2492 2616

Reduced maternal and

neonatal deaths

290
No. of newborns with low birth

weight
262 249 236 224 213

7618
Number of deliveries conducted

by skilled health attendance
8399 8819 9260 9723 10209


145M


15
No. of facility based maternal

deaths (per 100,000 live births)
0 0 0 0 0

82
No. of facility based fresh still

births (per 1,000 live births)
74 70 67 64 60

8
No. maternal audits/deaths

audits
0 0 0 0 0

Enhanced mortuary

services

34.9% % bodies done post-mortem 37% 39% 40% 42% 44% 10M

70% number bodies embalmed 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 6M

Enhanced security

operations
0

No. of facilities secured by

specialized security firm
5 5 5 5 5


396.3M


Improved client

experience &Estate

Management

10
No. of facilities with good

landscaping
13 13 13 13 13

0
No. of facilities with

recreational gardens
27 27 27 27 27


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2
No. of facilities with perimeter

fence
10 20 32 40 64

0

No. of hospitals with Disabled

friendly infrastructure (Stair

cases & Toilets)

1 2 3 4 5 2M

0 No of facilities with title deeds 65 65 65 65 65 10M

Enhanced Cleaning

services
64

No. of facilities with contracted

cleaning firms
64 66 69 69 70 100

Improved laundry

services
2

No. of facilities with functional

automated laundry services
1 1 1 0 0 20M

Improved catering

services

1
No. of facilities with operational

cold rooms
2 1 1 0 0 0

2
No. of facilities with catering

committees
7 0 0 0 0 3M

Improved infection

Prevention Services
60

No. of facilities with functional

autoclave
10 0 0 0 0 3M

Improved access to

health products

64

No. of facilities with days out of

stock for tracer Essential

Medicines and Medical Supplies

(EMMS) for more than 7 days

50 40 32 20 0


665M
9

No. of days out of stock for key

blood products– per quarter
7 4 3 2 0

Reduced disease

burden and improve

treatment success

405
Number of TB patients

completing treatment
439 472 507 564 626


62M 68% TB Cure rate 72% 80% 85% 90% 95%


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90% of HIV positive

infants and clients

initiated on HAART

340
Number of HIV infants

currently on treatment
406 472 537 564 592 0.5M

4772
Number of HIV clients

currently on treatment
10433 16094 21754 22842 23984 0.5M

90% of HIV positive

patients with

suppressed viral load

3576
Number of patients whose viral

load is <1000 copies ul
8910 12486 19578 20557 21585 1M

100% OF HIV

positive initiated on

isonizid preventive

therapy ( IPT)

3437

Number of HIV clients started

on isonizid preventive therapy (

IPT)
10433 16094 21754 22842 23984 0

Alternative

medicine

Enhanced

collaborations with

alternative medicine

practitioners


0

Number of quarterly meetings

held between conventional and

alternative medicine

practitioners

4 4 4 4 4 1M

0
Number of clients referred for

conventional
10 20 30 40 50 0

Enhanced traditional

and alternative

medicine and

promotion of the

practice

720

Number of clients accessing

traditional and alternative

medicine

790 840 890 945 987 1M


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4.4.3 Education and Training

The sector comprises of Basic education, Vocational training and library sub sectors. The key mandate of the sector includes:

Management of Pre-primary Education; Village/Youth Polytechnics; Home craft Centres; Post school career guidance; Child Care

facilities; Academic libraries; Funding (Loans, bursaries etc.); Education statistics; and Education Quality Assurance.


a) Vision: “A county Providing quality basic education and training.”


b) Mission: “To provide, promote and coordinate accessible quality basic education and training for sustainable development.”


c) Strategic Goals/ Objectives of the Sector: The sector is committed to the provision of quality basic education and training to
all residents of the County, in an effort to contribute to the building of a just and cohesive society that enjoys inclusive and

equitable social development.


d) Mandate and Functions: The mandate of the Education department stems from the Fourth Schedule of the Constitution of

Kenya and Transitional Authority. These are: Management of Pre-primary Education; Village/Youth Polytechnics; Home craft

centres; Post school career guidance; Child Care facilities; Academic libraries; Funding (Loans, bursaries etc.); Education

statistics; and Education Quality Assurance.

4.4.3.1Sector Development needs, Priorities and Strategies (Education)

Development needs Priorities Strategies

Skill development of the youth Increased enrolment in

Vocational Training Centres

Rebranding of Vocational Training, capitation grants, bursaries, infrastructure

improvement, and employment of instructors, expansion on courses, increase

of examination centres,


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Quality Pre- Primary education Enhanced access, retention,

completion and transition to

Primary level.

Infrastructure improvement, staffing, grants, community sensitization, feeding

program, growth monitoring, teaching/learning materials and graduation

Quality library services Increased access to reading

materials

Mobile library, establishment of institution libraries and community

sensitization

Inclusive and equitable quality

education and promote lifelong

opportunity for all

Increased access to higher tertiary

and higher education

Enhance education fund adequately address the demand for scholarships, loans

and bursaries, mentorship and career guidance, Scholarship for specialised

courses.


4.4.3.2 Sector Programs (Education)

Table 11: Sector Programmes
Programme 1: ECDE Service Improvement

Objective Improve enrolment and access to Pre – Primary education

Outcome: Improved literacy levels

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total Budget

ECDE feeding Increased

enrolment

10,230 Number of

children enrolled

500 500 500 500 500 36M

Capacity building Improved service

delivery

0 Number of

trainings held.

3 3 3 3 3 20M

Establishment of ECDE

centres

Increased access

to ECDE

0 Number of ECDE

centre established

- 20 30 40 50 140M

Capitation/grants Improved quality

education

40% Percentage of

capitation funds

allocated

100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 70.4M


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Quality and standard

assurance
Improved quality

education

0er Number of quality

assurance officer

employed

4 1 - - - 11.4M

Adequate Staffing Quality education 367 Number of

teachers employed

287 99 99 99 99 222M

Performance

contracting

Enhanced target

achievement

0 Number of staff on

PC

- 765 864 963 1063 10M

Child care

improvement


Improved child

care


0 Number of child

care facilities

policy developed

- 1 - - - 3M

Number of child

care facilities

developed

- - 4 12 20 360M

Number of

baseline survey

conducted on

school going age

children.

1 - - - - 3M


Programme 2: Vocational Education and Training

Objective: Provide Quality Training and access to Vocational Training Centres

Outcome: Increased Skilled and Enrolment

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year

1

Year

2

Year

3

Year

4

Year

5

Total

Budget


Capacity building Increased service delivery 0 Number of trainers trained 24 45 122 188 28 5MM

Number of BOM inducted

and Trained

24 6 6 6 6 2.25M

Infrastructure

improvement

Increased access to VTCs 24 Number of VTCs operational 28 3 2 2 2 240M

Capitation/grants Increase of trainees

certification

2300 Number of trainees Certified 2400 2500 2600 2700 2800 130M

0 Number of trainee

examination fee paid

1200 1250 1300 1350 1400 35M


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VTCS equipping Improved training 24 Number of VTCS Equipped 4 5 6 7


9 355M

Quality and standard

assurance

Improved quality training

and examination

1 Number of VTCs registered 24 3 2 2 2 1M

Adequate staffing Improved staffing 178 Number of trainers Employed 62 62 62 62 62 46.5M

Performance

contracting

Enhanced targets

achievements

0 Number of staff on

performance contracting

128 188 200 200 200 3M

Skill sponsorship

program

Improved skilled manpower 0 Number of persons/youth

sponsored

2000 2100 2200 2300 2600 11M


Programme 3: Home craft development

Objective: To promote creative industries

Outcome: Empowered home craft artisans

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget


Home craft

improvement


Empowered home craft

artisans


0


Number of Home

craft workshops and

show rooms.

- 4 8 12 16 40M

Home craft policy

formulated.

1 - - - - 3M

Programme 4: Library services

Objective: provide quality access to library services

Outcome: Increased reading culture and performance of boys and girls


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Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Mobile library Increased access to

revision books to

candidates

72% Increased coverage

of primary and

secondary schools

75% 80% 85% 90% 95% 40M

0 Number of mobile

Library tracks

4 8 12 16 20 180M

Establishment of

academic libraries

Increased accessibility

to a variety of reading

materials

0 Number of

academic libraries

established

4 8 12 16 20 700M

County Public

Library Policy

formulation

Improved library

management services

0 County public

library policy

developed

- 1 - - - 3M


Programme 5: Education Funding

Objective: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong opportunity for all

Outcome: Increased access to education services

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget in

Ksh.

Millions

Education

scholarship, loans

and bursaries

program


Increased

access to

education

14,433 Number of students

given scholarships,

loans, and bursaries

200 300 400 500 600 400M

National

examination support

program

Improved

students’

performance

0. Number of day’s

candidates supported.

31 59 90 120 151 165M


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Education statistics

; Education

management

information system

(EMIS)

Enhanced

access to

prompt and

real-time

disaggregated

education data

0 Install a County

Education

management

information system

- 1 - - - 5M

Education sector

plan

Increased

access and

quality to

education

0 Number of Education

sector plan

1 - - - - 8M

Strategic plan Increases

access and

quality to

education

0 Number of Education

department strategic

plan

1 1 - - - 4M

Research Quality

education and

training

0 Number of research

done.

1 1 5M

Co-curricular

Support

Increased

student

participation.

0 Number of activities

supported

7 8 9 10 11 25M

Mentorship and

career guidance

Quality

education and

training

0 Number of mentorship

sessions done.

4 8 12 16 20 10M

Specialized need

program

Quality SNE

services
0

Number of SNE

students supported

- 1 - - - 3M

A County Policy on

special needs.

1 3M

Number of SNE

Centres constructed

and equipped

2 2 2 2 - 8 M

Number of SNE

teachers trained

- 4 4 - 4 1M


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4.4.4. Energy, ICT and infrastructure

The Energy, ICT and Infrastructure Sector consist of Energy; Roads; Public Works, Transport; Information Communications

Technology (ICT) and Fire Fighting Services Sub sectors. This section presents various programmes for the six sub sectors namely:

Road infrastructure improvement, Road transport Services, Housing infrastructure development, Improve Building Services, Improve

ICT infrastructure, Enhance ICT Support services, Adoption of renewable energy source technology, increase power and lighting

connectivity and Establish of Fire services.

a) Vision: “A centre of excellence in the provision of cost-effective public utility infrastructure facilities and services in the areas of

Energy, transport, ICT and Build-up environment.”


b) Mission: “To provide efficient, affordable and reliable infrastructure for sustainable economic growth and development.”


c) Strategic Goals/ Objectives of the Sector: This sector is responsible for providing affordable energy solution, Quality road

construction and maintenance, Quality building construction and maintenance, enhance security by providing street lighting, Improving

ICT connectivity, improving living standard and work environment by maintaining existing county government buildings and fire fight

disaster Management.


4.4.4.1. Sector Development needs, Priorities and Strategies (Energy, Infrastructure, ICT)

a) Roads Sub-Sector

Development needs Priorities Strategies

Roads Infrastructure

Management

Opening, maintenance of county roads and Construction of hydraulic

structure (box culverts)


 Purchasing more equipment and Machinery for
road making

 Recruiting more Technical Staffs

 Improving Staff Working Environments,

 Establishment of Mechanical Garage

 Developing a policy on project implementation

 Garage Management.

 Regular Site inspection and Reporting

 Monitoring and Evaluation


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c) Roads Transport Services Sub-Sector

Development needs Priorities Strategies

Road Transport Services Road safety, Control of traffic flow and parking  Creating roads safety awareness

 Increasing roads furniture e.g. Bumps, Signs

 Controlling and maintaining the designated
parking areas.


c) Public Works Sub-Sector

Development needs Priorities Strategies

Quality Buildings Construction and Maintenance

Services.

Designing and supervising Public Buildings

Construction


 Offering supervision services during
construction.

 Complying with building regulations and
standards.

 Designing projects and documentation
 Regular Site inspection and Reporting

 Monitoring and evaluation
Housing Infrastructure development. Maintenance and update an inventory of county

Building government property;


 Maintaining and managing of Existing
government buildings;

 Maintaining and Inspecting House Units
regularly

 Allocating more Funds for Maintenance

 Establish New House Units


d) Energy Sub-Sector

Development needs Priorities Strategies

Adoption of Renewable energy source

technologies.

Promote affordable source of Energy.  Promoting alternative source of energy

 Generating Renewable energy

 Regulating Renewable Energy in the county

Increased Power and Lighting Connectivity by

providing alternative energy

Enhanced accessibility of communities to power

supply.
 Funding and Liaise with National

Government for Rural Electrification.

 Solar Street lighting

 Training community on Biogas Lighting


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e) Information Communication Technology Sub-sector

Development needs Priorities Strategies

ICT infrastructure Developments Improve Interconnectivity among sub counties.  Expansion of ICT infrastructure.

Establishment of ICT resource centers; Easy access to information  Establishment of ICT resource centers to all Sub Counties


f) Fire Fighting Services Sub-Sector

Development needs Priorities Strategies

Establishment of Fire Service Stations to all Sub

Counties.

Infrastructure

developments


 Establishing fire service station at Voi, Mwatate, Wundanyi and Taveta

Sub County

 Recruitment of Staffs

 Awareness and Training of Staffs and Community

 Policy and Enforcement Laws developments

4.4.4.2 Sector Programs (Energy, Infrastructure and ICT)

Table 15: Sector Programmes

Programme 1: Adoption of Renewable energy source technologies.

Objective: To promote affordable source of Energy.

Outcome: Increased Energy accessibility.

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total Budget

Promotion of

alternative source of

energy

Improved

livelihoods

10% % of houses using

Alternative sources of

energy

15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 150M

Renewable energy

generation

Improved energy

supply

0 Number of stations

established

1 3 5 0 0 500M

Renewable Energy

County regulations

Increased energy

efficiency.

0 Number of policies

formulated.

1 0 0 0 0 3M


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Renewable Energy

reticulations

/distribution

Improved

utilization and

distribution of

renewable energy.

0 Number of grids

connected.

1 3 5 0 0 100M


Programme 2: Increased Street Lighting Connectivity

Objective: To improve socio-economic levels of communities

Outcome: Enhanced Street Security and Maintenance

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets Total Budget

Street lighting.


Improved security.

Improvement in

economic activities

10% Percentage of streets and

shopping centers

connected.

20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 300M

Maintenance and

Repair of Electrical

systems and

Equipment’s.

Improved

efficiency of power

supply


60% Percentage of functional

equipment

80% 90% 95% 98% 98% 20M

Improved

efficiency of power

lighting

70% Percentage of street

lights functioning.

80% 90% 95% 98% 98% 20M


Programme 3: Improved ICT infrastructure

Objective: To increase ICT connectivity

Outcome: Improved access to information

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets Total Budget

Expansion of ICT

infrastructure.


Enhanced

communication

networks

1 No. of sub counties

Interconnected.

1 1 1 0 4 50M

Establishment of

ICT resource

centers

.

Enhanced

information

distribution

2 No. of ICT centers

established.

8 8 8 8 6 50M

Programme 4: Enhance ICT Support Services.

Objective. To increase utilization of ICT services


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Outcome: Improved service delivery

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets Total Budget

ICT training.


Increased demand

of ICT services

1 No. of youths trained 8 8 8 8 8 40M

Automation of

county services

Enhanced real time

service delivery

60 No. Minutes of clients’

services Spent

50 40 30 20 10 60M

ICT Advisory

Services


Improved

performance and

access to

information

1 No. of consultations

made


1 1 1 1 1 5M

Maintenance &

Repair of ICT

infrastructure.

Improved efficiency 30% Rate of interruptions 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 5M

Enhance County

Communication

services.

Enhanced

departmental

communication

30% Improved service

delivery

100% 100% 100% 100% 100% 25M


Programme 5: Roads Infrastructure Improvement

Objective: To establish sound intermodal coordinating structures

Outcome: Improved Road Network.

Sub Programme Key

Outcome

Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets Total

Budget(Ksh)

Establishment of

New roads and

bridges network;


Improved

accessibility

and access

75.2km Number of Km.

established

15 15 15 15 15


1Billion

Installation of

New culverts

Improved

accessibility

and access

383 LM Number of new

culverts installed

80 LM 80 LM 80 LM 80 LM 80 LM 15M

Establishment of

New bridges

(box culverts)

constructed.

Improved

accessibility

and access


9 Number of bridges

constructed.

1 2 2 2 2 90M


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Establishment of

Foot Bridges

Improved

accessibility

and access

6 Number of foot

bridges constructed

5 5 5 5 5 50M

Rehabilitation

(grading) of

existing roads.

Improved

accessibility

and access

250 km No. of roads

rehabilitated.


200 200 200 200 200 40M

Rehabilitation of

existing culverts.

Improved

accessibility

and access

12 LM No. of culverts

rehabilitated.

455 lm 535 615 695 775 15M

Rehabilitation of

existing bridges;

(box culvert)

Improved

accessibility

and access

0 No. of bridges

rehabilitated.

10 12


14 16 18 5M

Rehabilitation of

Drifts and riding

Slabs

Improved

accessibility

and access

269CM No of drifts & riding

slabs constructed.

289 309 329 349 369 100M

Upgrading of

existing roads

(gravel

standards)

Improved

road Quality

networks

129Km No. of roads

upgraded.

150 150 150 150 150 1.50Billion

Road Upgrade to

Tarmac Standard

Improved

accessibility

and access

0 No. of roads (Km)

upgraded

2Km 3Km 3Km 3Km 3Km 1.2Billion

Road Upgrade to

Cabro Standard

Improved

Parking

Surface

250Msq No of Msq

Constructed

1000Msq 1000Msq 1000Msq 1000Msq 1000Msq 10M

Rehabilitation of

Cabro Pavement

Improved

Parking

Surface

250Msq No of Msq

Rehabilitated

1000Msq 1000Msq 1000Msq 1000Msq 1000Msq 5M

Establishment of

county motor

garage

Reduced

motor vehicle

maintenance

Cost

0 Number of

functional car

garages

1 1 1 1 0 200M

Flood Mitigation

and Erosion

Control

Measures

Reduced

Erosion and

mitigate

floods

100Lm Numbers of Check

dams, Scour Checks,

Gabions, Retaining

Walls, Rock fill, Rip

Raps and Flood

500Lm 500Lm 500Lm 500Lm 500Lm 1.5Billion


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Rerouting Structures

Are Constructed.


Management,

Maintenance &

Repair of the

county fleet and

machinery

Enhanced

efficient and

serviceable

fleet

Approx. 100

cars

4 graders

1 roller

1 backhoe

(excavator)

No. of vehicles/cars

and machinery

serviced.

30% 60% 70% 80% 80% 250M

Establish and

Equipping

Mechanical unit

Enhanced

Capacity to

deliver on

Mandate

4 No.

Graders

1 No.

Tippers

1 No. Low

Bed Trailer

1 Excavator

1 Pneumatic

Roller

4 Nos

Double Cabs

4 No. Graders

4 No. Tippers

1 No. Low Bed

Trailer

2 Wheel loaders

1 Excavator

2 Water Boozer

(10cm)

2 Pneumatic Roller

4 Nos Double Cabs

0 4 No.

Graders


1 No. Low

Bed Trailer

Including

Horse


1 Water

Boozer

(10cm)


Double

Cabs Pick

Up – 1No

2 No.

Tippers


1

Excavator


1

Pneumatic

Roller


Double

Cabs Pick

Up – 1No

2 No.

Tippers


2 Wheel

loaders


Double

Cabs Pick

Up – 1No

1 Water

Boozer

(10cm)


Concrete

Truck

Mixer


Double

Cabs Pick

Up – 1No


500M


Programme 6: Roads transport services

Objective: To reduce accidents incidences

Outcome: improved road safety

Sub Programme Key

Outcome

Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets Total Budget

Roads safety

awareness

Enhanced

Road safety

0 Number of road

safety campaigns

conducted

1 3 3 3 3 2.5M

Increased Road

furniture

Increased

road user

awareness.

20% Percentage of Road

furniture’s installed

30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 5M


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Control and

maintain the

designated

parking areas.


Controlled

parking

No. of

parking sites

in Voi &

Wundanyi.

Number of Parking

sites established.

1 1 1 1 1 4M


Programme 7: Improving Building Services.

Objective: To have secure and modern housing structures

Outcome: Improved living standards and Good Working Environment

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets Total

Budget

Supervisory services for

construction.

Improved quality

of building

structures.


40%

The number of

projects adequately

supervised.


50%


60%


70%


80%


90%


5M

Compliance to building

regulations and

standards.

Improved quality

of building

structures.


40%

The number of

projects compliant.


50%


60%


70%


80%


90%


3M

Designing projects and

documentation

Improved

projects’

budgeting and

quality of works.


80%

The number of

projects adequately

budgeted and of the

highest quality

possible.


83%


86%


89%


92%


95%


5M


Programme 8: Housing Infrastructure development

Objective. To have secure and modern housing structures

Outcome: Improved living standards

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets Total Budget

Maintenance and

management of Existing

government buildings;

Enhanced living

and working

conditions in

government

buildings.

30% Percentage of

habitable

government

buildings

40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 50M

Establishment of new

government building

units;

Increased

number of

20% Percentage of

citizens living in

25% 30% 35% 40% 45% 500M


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government

houses.

government

houses.

Adoption and Support of

appropriate building

technologies.

Reduced cost of

construction.

10% Percentage of

buildings

constructed with

new technologies.

20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 10M


Programme 9: Establishment of Fire Service

Objective: To save lives & properties of all citizens

Outcome: Improved Disaster preparedness and management.

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key

performance

Indicators

Planned Targets Total Budget

Infrastructure

development


Improved

disaster

management

2% Percentage of

operational tools

and equipment.

10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 100M

Capacity building


Improved

disaster

management

1% Percentage of

staff in a position

to effectively

respond to

emergencies.

10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 20M

Compliance


Improved fire

disaster

management

1% Percentage of

compliant

firefighting staff

and equipment.

10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 5M


Programme 10: Monitoring and evaluation

Objective: To enhance efficiency and effectiveness in implementation and service delivery

Outcome: Improved Quality of Projects Management.

Sub Programme


Key Outcome Baseline Key

performance

Indicators

Planned Targets


Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Engagement with

Stakeholders

Specific

Performance

0 No. of Meeting

Minutes/Reports

12 12 12 12 12 5M


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question will be

evaluated during

Project/Programme

cycle

0 No. of M&E

Visits

12 12 12 12 12 5M

Planning and

Designing the

Evaluation

Detailed

Programme and

Project Evaluation

Plan produced and

adhered

0 No. of

Programmed

produced

1 1 1 1 1 5M

Conducting the

Evaluation

Increased

Evaluation

evidence and Data

Collected and

Reports produced

0 No of Evaluation

done

12 12 12 12 12 5M

Sharing Lessons

learnt and

Follow Ups

Increased

production and

dissemination of

Finding reports

0 No of Findings

Reports done

12 12 12 12 12 5M


Programme 11: Policy development, review and implementation

Objective: To enhance efficiency and effectiveness in implementation and service delivery

Outcome: Quality and Standard Work Produced

Sub Programme


Key Outcome Baseline Key

performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year

1

Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Policy

development,

review and

implementation

framework and

review of

legislations

Enhanced Enabling

Working

environment

0 No. of policies

and legislations

reviewed and

developed

2 2 2 2 2 1M

0 No. of

regulations

developed

2 2 2 2 2 1M

0 No. of strategies

developed

2 2 2 2 2 1M


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4.4.5 Social Protection, Recreation & Culture

The sector comprises of sports development, youth development, social development, and Culture Development.

a) Vision: “A County, where Social protection ignites the passion to participate and express pride in our cultural diversity, where our

athletes perform honorably and consistently and where all residents are treated equally.”

b) Mission: “To mobilize, sensitize and provide direction for all Taita Taveta citizens to participate in Community development and
social affairs for recreation, good health, cohesion, competition, career development.”


4.4.5.1. Sector Development needs, Priorities and Strategies


Development Need Priorities Strategies

Sports

Development
 Promotion and development of sports in

Taita Taveta County.

 Provide an avenue for Sports career
development.

 Advocacy for recognition of sports as an
industry.

 Promotion of good management and
governance in sports.

 Enhancement of peace and unity through
sports.


 Renovation of existing Sports facilities.

 Training clinics for Coaches, Referees and Sports Administrators/ Managers.

 Sports Talent Academies.

 Provision of play equipment.

 Support on going leagues.

 Construction of new Standard Sports Facilities.

 Organise tournaments with thematic issues e.g. peace, environment, drug abuse
etc.

 Sports lottery/ Sports fund.

 Facilitate Sports Clubs to engage in Income generating activities.

Youth

Development
 Youth Empowerment and Development

Program

 Youth, Volunteerism/ Internship
Programme

 Career fairs and exhibitions

 Entrepreneurship Employment training
program


 Community based campaigns on HIV&AIDS and other health related issues,
crime and drugs use;

 Education; Creation of networks; Leisure and recreation services at the
community level;

 Availing of information.

 Planning, Recruitment, Training and Posting of youth volunteers

 Planning, publicity auditions and competition

 Teaching computer; Job readiness; Entrepreneurship; Cross-cultural and
International Communication Skills to out of school youths.

 Construction/ quipping Youth Empowerment centers.


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Social

Development
 DATU Fund disbursement

 Gender based violence.

 Persons Living with disability

 Financial assistance to youth, women and PWDs.

 Hold sensitizations meetings, workshop and seminars on gender based violence.

 Provision of material assistance to Persons living with disabilities.

 Construct and equip rescue centers

Effective delivery

of services
 Office operating expenses.



 Office operations and utilities.

 Salaries, maintenance of offices and social halls

Culture

Development
 Registration of Cultural group.

 Capacity building.

 Monitoring and evaluation.

 Trade shows & Exhibitions

 Rehabilitation of Cultural sites.

 Process and register cultural groups

 Facilitate capacity building seminars

 Visit/ Inspection of cultural groups.

 Facilitate community shows/ films/ cinemas.

 Construction/ equipping cultural centers.

4.4.5.2 Sector Programs (Social Protection, Recreation and Culture)

Table 11: Sector Programmes
Programme 1: Sports Development and Promotion

Objective : To have a vibrant sport industry

Outcome : Empowered sportsmen and women

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Development of Sports

policy and legislation

Increased talents

development.

0 Number of policy and

legislation developed
1 1 0 0 0 6M

Sports infrastructure

development and

rehabilitation.

Increased talents

development.

2 No. of Sports

infrastructure

developed

0 1 1 1 1 360M

Sport training and

development

Increased talents

development.

1 No. of talent

academies/camp

constructed

0 1 1 0 0 50M

County Sports events Increased talents

development.

2 No. of sports activities

undertaken

4 4 4 4 4 30M


Programme 2: Art Development and Promotion

Objective : To have a vibrant Arts industry

Outcome : Empowered community


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Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Development of Art

policy and legislation

Improved regulation 0 one policies and

legislation developed

1 1 0 0 0 6M

Arts promotion Empowered

community

1 No. of exhibitions

done

1 1 1 1 1 2M

Development of art

infrastructure

Empowered

community

0 No. of theatre

constructed

1 0 0 0 0 20M


Programme 3: Culture Development and Promotion

Objective : To promote and preserve positive cultural heritage

Outcome : Vibrant culture as an alternative source of livelihood.

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Development of culture

and heritage policy and

legislation

Improved regulation 0 Number of policies

and legislation

developed

1 1 0 0 0 6M

Culture promotion Enhanced cultural

heritage

0 No. of cultural

initiatives.


No. of cultural events

held.

1


1

1


1

1


1

1


1

1


1

60M


5M

To develop cultural

infrastructure.

Improved livelihood 0 No. of exhibition

centre’s constructed

0 1 0 0 0 20M


Programme 4: Social Development

Objective : To improve the economic wellbeing of women and men

Outcome : Self-sustained community

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget


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Development of social

development policy and

legislation.

Improved regulation 0 Number of policies

and legislation

developed

1 1 0 0 0 6M

Groups formation and

registration

Improved economic

wellbeing

1500 No. of groups

registered and have

initiated IGA

200 200 200 200 200 1M

Development of PWD-

friendly facilities and

services

Improved wellbeing

for PWDs

10% % of PWDs population

accessing County

Government services

20 20 20 20 10 25M

Training and Capacity

building

Improved economic

wellbeing

No. of groups trained 200 200 200 200 200 5M


Programme 5: CHILDREN SERVICES

Objective : To improve wellbeing of children

Outcome : Good life for children

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Children welfare

protection

Improved wellbeing

of children


0

Number of welfare

center’s constructed

1 0 0 0 0 5M

0 Number of Approved

schools established

1 0 0 0 0 5M


Programme 6 : County Social Safety Net

Objective : Identification of most vulnerable groups for support

Outcome : Economic empowered special interest group.

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Identification of most

vulnerable groups.

Enhanced wellbeing

600

Number of vulnerable

persons registered

200 200 200 200 200 2M


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Financial assistance

fund

( DATU Sawazisha

fund)

Improved economic

well being

600 Number of groups

benefiting from the

fund

200 200 200 200 200 20M


Programme 7: Accelerated Asals Development

Objective : To improve food security of the ASAL in the county

Outcome : Food secure household

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Food security Improved welfare 5000 Number of household

supported

5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 64M

Waste management Reduced

environmental

degradation

1 Number of waste

tonnes

5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 100M

Green energy

promotion

Reduced carbon

emission in the eco-

system.

0 No. of households

using green energy

20000 20000 20000 20000 20000 100M


Programme 8: Community Mobilization and Development

Objective : To have responsive community

Outcome : Sustained community

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Sensitization Enhanced capacity 20 No. of sensitization

meetings held

40 40 40 40 40 8M

Resource

mobilization

Increase resources


10 No. of engagement

meetings held

20 20 20 20 20 2M


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Programme 10: Youth Development

Objective : To promote youth development

Outcome : Equipped youth with both entrepreneurship and employability skills

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Training of youths

on Youth

enterprise

development and

30% procurement

preference

Informed youth. 40 No. of sensitization

meetings held

8 8 8 8 8 5M

Equip youth

empowerment

centers

Motivated youth 3 No. of Youth

Empowerment

Centres Equipped

0 0 1 1 1 3M

Programme 9 : GENDER AND YOUTH EMPOWERMENT

Objective : Gender mainstreaming

Outcome : Improved gender sensitivity in all sectors

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

County gender policy

and legislation

Improved gender

regulation

0 Number of policies

and legislations

developed

1 0 0 0 0 3M

Gender mainstreaming Improved gender

sensitivity in all

sectors

20 No. of meetings held. 10 10 10 10 10 20M

Prevention and response

to GBV

Reduced GBV

cases.

36 Number of GBV

reports developed.

5 5 5 5 5 2M


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Construct new

Youth

Empowerment

Centers

Motivated youths 3 No. of New Youth

Empowerment

Centers constructed

0 0 1 0 0 7M

Youth Policy

frame work

A legislated youth

environment

0 No. of policies

developed

0 1 0 0 0 2M

Youth
volunteerism/
Internship

Skilled

experienced youth

8 No. of Youths

engaged

8 8 8 8 8 3.84M

Career fairs and

exhibitions.

Skilled youth 0 No. of career fairs &

exhibitions held

4 4 4 4 4 10M


4.4.6 Environmental Protection, Water & Natural Resources

The sector comprises of Environment and Natural Resources, Climate Change, Waste and Pollution Control, Water and Sanitation, and

Irrigation. The main goal of the sector is to ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all and to protect,

restore and promote sustainable use of environment and natural resources in the county.


a) Vision: “A County ensuring sustainable environment, and natural resources or a quality life.”

b) Mission: “To ensure sustainable management of the environment, wildlife and natural resources to improve livelihoods for the

community.”

.c) Strategic Goals/ Objectives of the Sector: The sector is committed to the sound and effective environment management systems in

the County, the need to seize / tap on the emerging opportunities in the environmental related sectors such as renewable energy-wind and

solar energy, restoration of forests, carbon trading, conservation agriculture, wildlife conservation and management, sustainable water

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4.4.6.1. Sector Development needs, Priorities and Strategies

This section presents development needs, priorities and strategies to address the identified needs.


a) Environment Sub-sector

Development needs Priorities Strategies

Environmental Degradation


Improved Management & Protection of the

Environment

Enhancing Environmental Protection

Environmental Education and Research


Enhanced access to information on the

Environment and Education

Improving Infrastructure, staffing, grants,

community sensitization, feeding program, growth

monitoring, teaching/learning materials and

graduation

Urban Waste management


Safe and sustainable disposal of Solid Waste Developing Modern Waste Management


b) Mining Sub-Sector

Development needs Priorities Strategies

Environmental Degradation


Improved Management & Protection of the

Environment

Creating Education & Enforcement and awareness

Capacity Building of Small Scale Miners Small scale miners capacity Strengthening the capacity of small scale miners


c) Forest Sub - Sector

Development needs Priorities Strategies

Forestry Degradation


Improved Management & Protection of the

Environment

Re- Afforestation & Afforestation

Protection of Bio- Diversity


Endangered Endemic Species Implementing Joint Action Plans with National

Government Bodies


d) Water Sub- Sector

Development needs Priorities Strategies

Provision of Clean Reliable and Adequate Water


Improved Management & Protection of the

Environment

Protection and Enhancement of Water Sources


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e) Wildlife Sub- Sector

Development needs Priorities Strategies

Compensation for Losses Occasioned by Human

Wildlife Conflict


Losses of Human Life Capacity Building on Strategies to reduce

propensity to losses


Facilitation of Compensation Processes

Reduction of Human Wildlife Conflict Improved Management & Protection of the

Environment

Working Closely with KWS

Exercise Expanded Land Use Rights of

Conservancies

Transform the Ranches Re-Structuring the Ranches as Wildlife

Conservancies and Capacitate Them


f) Climate Change

Development needs Priorities Strategies

Reduction of Negative Impacts of Climate

Change;

Clean Reliable and Adequate Water

Climate Change Mainstreaming of climate change measures


4.4.6.2 Sector Programs (Environment, Water and Natural Resources)

Table 11. Environmental protection, water and Natural Resources
Program 1: Environment management and protection

Objective: To ensure sustainable development in a clean and secure environment

Outcome: Safe and healthy environment

Sub Program Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year

1

Year

2

Year

3

Year

4

Year

5

Total

Budget

Legal frameworks, regulations and

enforcement (solid waste management

regulation, climate change, environment,

County Environmental Action Plan,

State of Environmental Reports)

Strengthened governance

and legislative framework

0 Number of

legislations /policies

developed relating to

environment

1 4 1 6M


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Control

Enhanced environmental

management

0 Number of solid waste

management

hubs/sites

1 2 100M

Climate change mitigation and

adaptation

Strengthened Resilience

and adaptive capacity to

climate related hazards

and natural disasters

0 Number of Advisories

produced and

disseminated.

2 2 2 2 2 2M

0 Number of functional

climate adaptation

fund established

1 1 1 1 100M

Disaster Risk Management Strengthened Resilience

and adaptive capacity to

hazards

0 Number of risk

management reports

developed

4 4 4 4 2M

0 Established

Emergency Fund

1 1 1 1 1 250M

Research and Development Increased knowledge and

capacity on environmental

protection and

management

0 Number publications

and guidelines in

waste management

1 1 1 1 1 10M

Sensitization awareness creation Increased awareness on

environmental on

environmental issues

0 Proportion of county

residents aware of

environmental

protection

3 3 3 3 3 6M


Programme 2: Forest resources Management

Objective: To improve forest resources management

Outcome: Increased water supply

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets


Year

1

Year

2

Year

3

Year

4

Year

5

Total

Budget

Rehabilitation and

protection of water

catchment areas

Improved water quality

Sustained water supply

8000 ha of water catchment

area

Proportion of

demarcated and

protected water

catchment areas

10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 100M


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Forest Conservation

and management

Improved service

delivery

0 Number of staff

employed


30 40 0 0 0 126M

Strengthened forests and

woodlands management

Survey of 42 forests equivalent

to 11’000 ha

Number of forest

maps developed


20% 20% 30% 30% 20M

Community involvement

in forest management

Starting PFM in all 42 county

forests equivalent to 11’000 ha

Number of PFM&

CFAS formulated

20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 10M

Protection of county

forest and forests on

private land

Patrol and sensitization on

forest fire protection around all

42 forest equivalent to 11’000

ha including ranches

Number of Forest fire

plans, patrol plans and

reports produced

1 1 1 1 1 20M

Increased catchment

areas under bamboo

plants

Establish bamboo stands in

selected sites within the 8000

ha catchment

Percentage area under

catchment areas


20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 50M

Increased Education

awareness and extension

services

Extension services and support

to the 4 sub-counties

Percentage of Groups

and schools, Barazas

engaged.


20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 10M

Improved alternative

livelihood (including

butterfly farming)

Identify and support IGAs in

the four sub-counties

Percentage of IGAs

initiated


20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 150M

Forest research and

Development

Enhanced forest

management on forests

1 Number of

Publications of

management plans

1 1 1 1 1 10M


Production of superior

germplasm for high

value/ flagship

agroforestry species

0 Number Ha under

seed orchards and

seed stands

0 2 2 2 2 20M


Increased income levels 0 Number IGAS

(income generating

Activities

1 1 1 1 1 20M


Strengthened governance

and legislative

framework

0 Number of Policies

and the forest

legislations developed

1 1 1 10M


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Increased water quality

and supply

0 Number of Guidelines

and publication

1 1 1 1 1 30M


Improved forest product

and linkage to industry/

SMEs

0 Number IGAS

(income generating

Activities

1 2 2 2 2 50M

Farm and Dryland

Forestry

Improved agroforestry

practices on farm.

Develop non forest

products found in

dryland.

0 Number of farms

adopted the

technologies.

1 3 3 3 3 50M

Hilltops, woodland

and riverine

rehabilitation

Restored hills and

riverine

0 Number of ha and of

riverine rehabilitated

1 2 2 2 2 50M


Programme 3: Water and Sanitation

Objective: To Provide clean, adequate and reliable water

Outcome: Increased supply of clean, safe and reliable water for domestic and industrial use

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year

4

Year

5

Total

Budget

Water Resources

Management

Improve d water

quality


0 Proportion of bodies of

water with good

ambient

water quality

20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 20M

Transboundary water

resources

Sustainable

utilization of

transboundary

water resources

1 Number of

transboundary water

resources with an

operational

arrangement for water

cooperation

50% 50% 5M

Legal Framework

and policy

formulation

(rainwater

Improved

ownership and

participation of

local

0 Number of established

and operational

policies and

procedures for

Water master

plan

1 policy 1

procedure

manual

Policy

review

Policy

review

20M


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harvesting, water

policy, smallholder

irrigation guidelines,

water masterplan,

sanitation

masterplan, liquid

waste water

management plans):

communities in

water and

sanitation

management

participation of local

communities in water

and sanitation

management

Rainwater harvesting

and storage

Increased water

supply

15% Percentage of

households supported

with water harvesting

facilities developed

20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 100M

Land acquisition Improved land

management

0 Proportion of projects

with valid land

ownership documents

20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 50M

Water supply

infrastructure

development,

Rehabilitation and

augmentation of

existing water

infrastructure;

Increased water

supply

30% % increase of County

residents accessing

clean water

40% 30% 20% 5% 5% 1Billion

Water supply

management;

Increased water

supply

30% Proportion of

population using safely

managed

drinking water services

40% 30% 20% 5% 5% 10M

Emergency water

supply

Increased water

supply

10% % increase of County

residents accessing

clean water in

emergencies

15% 25% 20% 20% 20% 100M

Flood water

management;

Reduced impact

of floods on

development

5 Number of flood

management structures

developed

20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 50M

Sanitation Enhanced waste

water

management

2 Number of sanitation

facilities developed

60% 10% 10% 10% !0% 2Billion


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Research and

Development
Increased

awareness,

capacity and

skills in water,

sanitation and

irrigation

5 Number of appropriate,

project designs,

research and

publications developed

focusing on water

20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 10M


Programme 4: Irrigation and drainage development

Objective: To increase access to water for sustainable development

Outcome: Increased acreage of land under irrigation

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Development of

irrigation and

drainage

infrastructure;

Increased acreage under

irrigation.

Identify areas with

potential for

irrigation

New acreage

added for

irrigation

20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 2Billion

Rehabilitation and

augmentation of

existing irrigation

and drainage

infrastructure;

Improved/increased farm

production for local

consumption

Identify schemes

that require

improvement,

Acreage

rehabilitated

20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 100M

Management of

irrigation schemes

Increased number of

population doing small

scale irrigation

5 Acreage under

irrigation

40% 30% 20% 5% 5% 10M

Flood water

management;

Minimize impact of floods

on development

Identify areas

prone to floods

Number of flood

management

structures

developed

20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 1Billion

Land reclamation Increased land for farming Identify

wastelands for

reclamation

Acreage reclaimed 20% 20% 20% 20% 20% 100M


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Programme 5: Mineral resources management

Objective: To improve livelihoods of miners and communities

Outcome: Improved livelihoods of communities

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Information on minerals

occurrence and

Geological survey and

minerals exploration;

Increased

information on

minerals

0 Number of

geological research

and publications

1 1 1 1 1 30M

Small-scale and artisanal

miners empowerment,

value addition support and

marketing options;

Enhanced social

welfare of the

communities

5 Number of

registered groups

trained

7 7 7 7 7 13M

Compliance to Mining

and Environmental

Legislations (formulation,

compliance and

enforcement);

Improved

governance in

mining and mineral

resource

management

0 Number of policies

formulated

0 1 1 1 1 2M

Decommissioning and

Restoration of mines;

Increased

compliance to

environmental

legislations

- Proportion of

rehabilitated mines

5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 20M


Programme 6: Wildlife Conservation and Management

Objective: Enhance Wildlife Security

Outcome: Wildlife protection and improved livelihood

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned

Targets


Year 1 Year

2

Year

3

Year

4

Year

5

Total

Budget


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Wildlife Monitoring Daily monitoring and surveillance of

endangered species


No. of collars fitted

to different species


30 30 30 30 30 60M

Data collection No. of reports

generated

5 5 5 5 5 5M

Species and habitat

management

Control of invasive species


No of acreage

restored


2 6 10 12 14 7.5M

Restoration of degraded areas No of enclosures 4 4 4 4 4 2.5M

Conduct environmental impact

assessments & audits for projects

within the Taita Taveta ; Ensure

compliance with environmental good

practices

No. of Reports 10 10 10 10 10 25M

Establishment of conservancies in the

Ranches

No. of

conservancies

established in TTC

1 2 2 2 2 200M

Training and deployment of

community scouts

No of scouts

recruited, equipped

and deployed

50 100 150 200 250 100M

 Water harvesting and
supplementation

Desilting/ excavating water pans for

wildlife

No of water pans 2 2 2 2 2 30M

Water trucking to key wildlife species

in TTC

No. of troughs filled

and water bowsers

supplied

10 15 20 22 25 50M

 Reduce human wildlife
conflict

Patrols on PAC


No of PAC reports

attended to

4 4 4 4 4 10M


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Facilitation of CWCCC

Quarterly meetings 4 4 4 4 4 5M

 Restore the
wildlife corridors

and dispersal

areas

Fences construction


Daily fence maintenance, inspection

and monitoring

120 Length of fence 40 50 60 70 80 600M

 Conservation education
and awareness

Conduct Outreach programmes

Barazas, exhibitions, wildlife debate,

essay competition in schools and

skeleton collection.

No of sensitization

programmes

conducted

4 4 4 4 4 25M

Community and stakeholders

engagement

No. of forums and

workshops

6 8 10 10 10 10M


4.4.7 Public Administration and Intergovernmental Relations

This sector comprises of Governors and Deputy Governor’s office, Public service and administration, Finance and Planning sub sectors.

The sector also includes county assembly and County Budget and Economic Forum (CBEF). The main function of the sector is

coordination of the county government activities and provide oversight role to the county executive. CBEF is mandated to oversee the

budget making and implementation process among other functions.

a) Vision: “. A center of excellence in leadership, public sector management and Inter-governmental relations.”

b) Mission: “To provide leadership and oversight in economic, resource mobilization and management, devolution; and foster Inter-

Governmental Relations for a responsive public service.”

4.4.7.1. Sector Development needs, Priorities and Strategies

Sub-Sector Programmes Sub-Programmes
Governor and Deputy

Governor
Leadership and Overall coordination of

County Affairs
Infrastructure improvement; communication and public relations; Efficiency

monitoring ;Intergovernmental relations

County Assembly Representation ,Legislative and
Oversight

Representation; Formulation of laws; oversighting


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Finance and Planning Economic planning, Fiscal policy
formulation and Public finance

management

Resource mobilization; Planning and Budget formulation; coordination and

management; audit services; accounting services; supply chain management; and debt

management

Public service and

administration
Public service Management and

Administration
Human resource management and development; performance management; Devolved

governance infrastructure support; Citizens participation framework; Disaster

Management; Enforcement, Civic Education

County Public Service

Board
County Staffing and Human Resource

Development and labour relations
Recruitment and selection, staff rationalization, Promotion, capacity building,

promotion of values and principles, Disciplinary, policy formulation and management

County Budget and

Economic Forum
Budget Formulation ;implementation;

M&E; and Audit
Assisting in Public participation; sector working Groups; budget formulation and

approval, and preparation of County Annual Plan

County Transformation County Transformative programs County Transformative Projects, coordination, research, policy, Resource mobilization

Service delivery Unit Efficient Monitoring and evaluation Institutionalization of M&E in all department ;Develop performance oriented public
service; Ensuring compliance of the set standards for M&E

Special programs Special initiative Relief support, drought mitigation and special initiative

Urban areas management Promote Decentralization and

Development

Enhance service delivery and development.

Civic Education and

Public Participation
Creating public awareness Knowledgeable citizenry

4.4.7.2 Sector Programs (Public Administration and Intergovernmental Relations)

a) Governor and Deputy Governor Sub-Sector


Table 11: Sector programmes

Programme 1: Leadership and Overall coordination of County Affairs

Objective: Promote good governance and development

Outcome: Improve living standards and sustainable development

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance
Indicators

Planned Targets


Year

1

Year

2
Year

3
Year

4
Year

5
Total

Budget


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Infrastructure improvement;

County Headquarters
Improved service

delivery
0 Completion rate in terms of

percentages
25 50 75 100 - 880M

Communication and public

relations;
Enhanced

accountability and

transparency

288

meetings
Number of meetings held 288 288 288 288 288 4M


3

Number of e-journals

developed
4 4 4 4 4 5M


6.7%

Percentage of Audience

reached via media
10 15 25 40 50 5M

0 1 radio station - - 1 - - 50M

Efficient monitoring; Enhanced
accountability

One M&E

report
Number of reports produced 4 4 4 4 4\ 20M

Intergovernmental relations

Enhanced collaboration

and engagements

11 Number of meetings
between national agencies

and county government held

12 12 12 12 12 4M


5

Number of meetings held

internally
6 6 6 6 6 Nil


4

Number of meetings with

other counties
6 6 6 6 6 5M


b) County Assembly

Programme 1: Representation, Legislation and oversight

Objective: Promote equity, equality and accountability

Outcome: Improved living standards

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance
Indicators

Planned Targets


Year 1

Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total Budget

Enhance

Representation;
Enhanced equity 156 Number of motions

moved
160 165 170 175 180 Nil


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Increase Formulation

of laws
Ensure satisfaction 30 Number of County

Acts passed
35 40 45 50 55 112M


170

Number of

Resolution passed
175 180 180 180 180 Nil


6
Number of policies

and regulations

developed

10 15 18 20 22 255M

Over sighting Enhanced
Transparency

Accountability


88

Number of meetings

held
25 30 35 45 50 5M


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c) Finance and Economic Planning

Programme 1 : Economic planning, Fiscal policy formulation and Public finance management

Objective: To enhance effective development coordination, implementation and tracking of results
Outcome: improved peoples livelihoods
Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance Indicators Planned Targets

Year

1
Year

2
Year

3
Year

4
Year

5
Total

Budget
Resource mobilization Enhanced revenues

collected
172 M Amount of revenue realized 315M 346M 381M 419M 461M 350M

Planning and Budget

formulation;
Prudent utilization of

resources
1 Number of budget compliance

implementation report
4 4 4 4 4 25M

Accounting services; Well maintained books
of accounts

60 % of books of Accounts and Financial
statements well kept

80 90 100 100 100 25M

Audit services; Compliance with audit
standards

2 No of quarterly audit reports
submitted to the Governor

4 4 4 4 4 12M

Supply chain

management;
Timely completion of

projects
50% % completion of projects 60% 70% 80% 90% 100 60M

Debt management Optimal debt to equity
ratio

10% % compliance with borrowing
regulations

100 100 100 100 100 10 M


d) Public Service and Administration

Programme 1 : Public service management and Administration

Objective: setting performance objectives and standards

Outcome: improved service delivery.

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance
Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total Budget

Enhance Human

resource

management and

development

Efficient and

effective human

resource


0 Number of Training
needs assessment

report

1 1 1 1 1 15M

421 Number of trained
staff

2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 100M


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0 Number of
Institutionalized

training policy

1 1 1 1 1 3M

Institutionalize

performance

management;


Enhance staff

performance


0 Completion and roll
out of performance

management system

1 1 1 1 1 15M

0 Number of
Performance quarterly

reports produced

5 5 5 5 5 10M

Enhance Devolved

governance

infrastructure

support;

Enhanced devolved

governance

infrastructure to

village level

0 Number of ward
Administration offices

established

4 4 4 4 4 200M

1 Number of Sub

County

Administration offices

established

1 1 1 90M

2 Number of Modern

Town Administration

offices established

1 1 60M

0 No. of village
administration offices

16 16 16 16 17 243M

0 No. of village councils
formed

26 25 25 25 - 50M

Develop Citizens

participation

framework

Enhanced public

participation
292 Number of Town hall

meetings and ward

Barazas held

292 292 292 292 292 74.2M

Coordinate Disaster

management


Timely response to

disasters,


0 Number of Disaster
management policy in

place

1 - - - - 3M

0 Recovery plan in
place

1 - - - - 3M


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5 Number of meetings
held by the

committees

5 5 5 5 5 1.5M

1 Number of Disaster
committees formed

4 - - - - 5M

0 Number of Fire engine
purchased

1 1 1 1 - 200M

Enhance

Enforcement

resources and efforts


Increased compliance


0 Number of patrol cars 2


1


2


0


0


29.5M


0 No. of patrol motor

cycles
2 2 2 2 0 1.76M


2 No. of inspections
conducted

48 48 48 48 48 2.2M

0


No. of capacity

building workshops

conducted

104


104


104


104


104


5M


1 No. of training

conducted


1 1 1 1 1 10M


Research Improved service
delivery

1 No of researches

conducted

3 3 3 3 3 75M


Programme 2: Town Management

Objective: To Promote decentralization of services

Outcome: Enhanced service delivery

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance Indicators Planned Targets

Year 1 Year

2

Year 3 Year

4

Year

5

Total

Budget

Formulation and

operationalization

of Town

Efficient

management of

Town

0 No. Minute ,reports and resolutions

prepared

12 12 4 12 12 20 M


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Management

Committee

Establishment of

Town Management

structure

Enhanced

service delivery

0 No. of Reports prepared 1 - - - - 20 M

Equipping the

Towns

Effective service

delivery

0 No. of reports prepared 4 4 4 4 4 50 M


e) Civic Education and Public Participation

Programme : Civic Education and public participation

Objective: To inform and create awareness to the public

Outcome: Enlightened Knowledgeable citizens

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance
Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total
Budget

Civic Education and Public

participation

Knowledgeable

Citizens


0 No. of notice boards

erected

101 - - - - 1M

0


30


2

No. of County

Executive Civic

Education Forums

conducted

80 80 80 80 80 20M

No. of followers in

social media

200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 200,000 5M

No. of printed

journals and News

letters

12 12 12 12 12 10M

No. of stakeholder

meetings

4 4 4 4 4 5M

No. of Citizen

Forums conducted

512 512 512 512 512 76M


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No of County

Assembly Civic

Education forums

conducted

80 80 80 80


80 20M

No. of vehicles

procured

1 - - - - 6M


f) County Budget and Economic Forum

Programme 1: Budget Formulation, Implementation, Audit and M&E

Objective: Transparency and Accountability

Outcome: Sustained development

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance
Indicators

Planned Targets


Year

1

Year

2
Year

3
Year

4
Year

5
Total

Budget

Assist in Public

participation;
Improved participatory

development planning


125 No. of public participation

meetings held

130 130 130 130 130 15M

Assisting sector working

Groups;
1 No. of sector group

meetings held

4 4 4 4 4 25M

budget formulation and

approval;
Prudent utilization of

resources

1 Number of meetings held 12 12 12 12 12 50M

preparation of County

Annual Plans
Proper planning of county

resources
0 No. of plans 9 9 9 9 9 20M


g) County Transformation

Programme 1 : County Transformation

Objective: Improve County Development

Outcome: Improved livelihood and sustainable development

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Planned Targets


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Key performance

Indicators


Year 1

Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total Budget

County

Transformative

projects

Enhanced County

Development
2 Number of flagship

projects proposed

and implemented

5 5 5 5 3 14.8M

Coordination Enhanced
coordination

0 Number of reports
produced

4 4 4 4 4 2M

Research Establishment of a
research management

unit

0 Number of
research conducted

2 2 2 2 2 30M

Policy Policy
implementation

0 Number of policy
developed

1 0 0 0 0 3 M


h) County Public Service Board

Programme 1 : Manage County Staffing, Human Resource Development and improve labour relations

Objective: To promote Human Resource Development and improve labour relations

Outcome: Efficient service delivery and improved labour relation

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Recruitment and

Appointment

Enhanced staffing

level

1021 Number of staff

recruited

5% 5% 5% 5% 5% 25 M

Monitor retirement

benefit process for

the retiree

0 Number of

retirement reports

developed

4 4 4 4 4 5M

Enhanced career

progression

6 promotion

reports

Numbers Promotion

Reports produced

4 4 4 4 4 5 M

Staff rationalization Improved service

delivery

0 Number of reports

generated

1 report 0 0 0 1 report 5 M

Capacity building Improved staff

skills and

20 trainings Number of staff

trained

20 20 20 20 20 20M


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efficiency in the

public service

promotion of values

and principles

Efficient and

compliant public

service

8 Number of

sensitization

meeting held

4 8 20 20 20 10 M

Policy Formulation

Management and

Awareness

Enhanced policy

awareness in the

public service

2 Number of

Awareness meeting

conducted

4 4 4 4 4 15M

Finance management Support service

delivery

12 Number of finance

meeting conducted

12 12 12 12 12 2M


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i) Service Delivery Unit

Programme 1 : Efficient Monitoring and Evaluation

Objective: Implementation Of M&E Policy In All Sectors In The Year 2018/2022

Outcome: Full implementation of M&E Policy in the Ten(10) sectors within the county

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Institutionalization of

Monitoring and Evaluation

in all departments;

Improved service

delivery


0 Number of Periodic

departmental

reports.

10 10 10 10 10 15 M

Develop performance

oriented public service;

0 Number of eNimes

reports generated

20 20 20 20 20 20 M

Compliance of the set

standards for M&E

0 Number of

departments

compliant

20 20 20 20 20 30 M

Establishment and review

of M&E Policy

0 M&E Policy

developed

1 0 1 0 1 9 M


j) Special Programmes Unit

Programme 1: SPECIAL PROGRAMMES

Objective: To have a resilient community

Outcome: Reduced hunger cases in the county

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total Budget

Relief support Reduced hunger

cases

0 No. of households

receiving relief

support

500 500 500 500 500 20M

Drought

mitigation

Reduced hunger

cases

0 No. of households

engaged in drought

mitigation

activities.

2000 2000 2000 2000 2000 20M


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Special initiatives Improved

quality of life for

current and

future

generations

0 No. of households

benefitted from the
special initiatives.

10000 10000 10000 10000 10000 100M


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4.4.8 General Economic, Commercial and Labour Affairs

The sector comprises of Trade, Investment and Industry, Tourism and Cooperative development sub sectors.

a) Vision: “A globally competitive economy with sustainable and equitable socio-economic development.”

b) Mission: “To promote, co-ordinate and implement county integrated socio-economic policies and programmes for a rapidly

industrializing economy.”


4.4.8.1. Sector Development needs, Priorities and Strategies

Development needs Priorities Strategies

Vibrant business

environment
 Increase number of traders

 Reduce the cost of doing business

 Ensuring Fair trading practices and
consumer protection

 Infrastructure expansion

 Expand small scale traders loan schemes

 Capacity building

 Enhance AGPO

 Formation of cross border traders’ association

 Review of license fees

 Investment in ICT

 Enforcement of weights and measures and trade description Act through
verification of weights and measures equipment, regular inspections and

investigation

Promotion of Export

Business


 Support Value- Addition at Source  Capacity Building

 Increase Government Spending on Incentives

Entrepreneurship Business

Support Services
 Support Entrepreneurs to Increase

their Skills

 Capacity Building in Conjunction with National Government

Industrial development  Special economic zones
development

 Promote local production and value
addition ventures

 Land zoning to create land for industrial development

 Creation of incubation Centres

Growth of Co-operative

movement
 Improve Governance and

accountability Cooperative

financing

 Enhance co-operative auditing

 Co-operative training

 Co-operative enterprise Development fund


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Development needs Priorities Strategies

Promotion of Fair trade

Practices
 Capacity Build Weights &

Measures Section
 Capacity Building

Promote Local tourism


 To increase the number of
international and domestic tourists

 Improve Tourism Infrastructure &
Heritage Sites

 Tourism niche product and diversification

 Tourism policy and legislation

 Construction of Protective and rehabilitative Barriers

 County & Public Service Branding

4.4.8.2 Sector Programs (General Economic, Commercial and Labour Affairs)

Table 11: Programmes and Sub programmes


a) Trade Sub sector

Programme 1: Trade Development and Promotion

Objective: To increase revenue levels for the county

Outcome: Increased Per Capita

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Market infrastructure

Development

Improved revenues

and job opportunities

21 No. of markets

constructed and

rehabilitated

7 4 4 4 4 138

Million

Policies, Legislations

and standards

development

Improved trading

environment

0 No. of policies,

legislations &

standards developed

1 1 1 - - 9 Million

Trade loans and

Enterprise development

Improved income and

employment

opportunities

0 No. of Traders

benefitting

200 200 200


200


200


100

Million

Domestic and

International

Market development

Improved business

incomes

0 No. of Trading

groups linked to

Markets

20 20 20 20 20 15 Million


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Baseline survey to

establish the level of

awareness and the

magnitude of Key

Parameters for Growth

of Trade

Improved

authoritative baseline

data

0


Survey Reports 1 1 1


1


1


4 Million


Programme 2: Entrepreneurship & Business Development support Services

Objective: To increase Entrepreneurial Skills

Outcome: Increased Enterprise

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Business Management

consultancy services for

SMEs under Human

Resource Development

for Industrial

Development Market

infrastructure

Development

To offer specialized

technical advice in

Financial

Management,

Productivity and

Quality Management,

Business strategy and

Marketing to enable

SMEs graduate to

LSEs and produce

competitive goods

internationally.

0 No. of

firms/enterprises

trained on Finance,

Marketing and

Productivity &

Quality

Management

200 400 800 400 200 25 Million

Establishment of

MSME tool room as

part of incubation

center at a Biashara

Centre

Sub- County light

equipment

demonstration centers

to support incubation

for entrepreneurs with

practical and technical

skills of value addition

from local to Export

oriented markets

thereby increasing

export trade.

0 No. of Equipment

Demonstration

Centres Produced

2 2 16 16 0 20 Million


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Improved trading

environment

Reviving and

operationalizing Joint

Loans Board

To increase social

economic life of the

Datuzens

0 Improved business

opportunities

20 20 20 20 20 100M


Programme 3: Fair Trade & Consumer Protection

Objective: Reduce unfair Trade Practices

Outcome: Increased economic welfare

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Capacity building for

anti – counterfeiting

and other champions in

the County


A wide base of anti-

Counterfeit

champions Trained in

conjunction with

National Government

0 No. of anti-

counterfeit

Champions Trained

7 4 4 4 4 138

Million

Develop and Implement

County Export Strategy


Catalyzed activities in

priority value chains

in Manufacturing,

Agriculture, livestock,

Fisheries, mining,

services and

Crosscutting issues.

0 Increase in Value of

Exports

100

Tonnes

100

Tonnes

100

Tonnes

100

Tonnes

20 Million

Support Weights and

Measures Department

to also link it to

rebranded National

Govt. Legal Metrology

Department


expanded the mandate

of the department to

cover the fields of

ICT, Trade, Health,

Public safety and

environmental

protection

0 Better Capacitated

Department


No. of Persons

Recruited & Trained

with new Skills

2 4 6 8 10 15 Million


Increased awareness

and exercise of Rights

0 No of Businesses

Trained

400 400 400 400 400 15 Million


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Capacity building for

Businesses on Fair

Trading Services

of Business Persons

on Fair Practices


Programme 4: Export Trade Development and Promotion

Objective: Reduce Export of Raw Materials

Outcome: Our Raw Materials value-added within the county

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget


Strengthen Business

Membership

Organizations (BMOs)


To enhance

participation of SMEs

in the regional

integration

 CBTAs revived
 Reports on

sensitization

and Capacity

buildings

Trade Information

Desks established

16

Meetings

16

Meetings

16

Meetings

16 16 5 Million

Develop and

Implement County

Export Strategy


Catalyzed activities in

priority value chains

in Manufacturing,

Agriculture,

livestock, Fisheries,

mining, services and

Crosscutting issues.

0 Increase in Value of

Exports

100

Tonnes

200

Tonnes

300

Tonnes

400

Tonnes

500

Tonnes

5 Million


Development of

Geographic Indications

for Prime County

products

To protect the

integrity of County

products

0 No, of Products

Geographically

Indicated

5 5 5 5 5 10 Million


Establishment of a one

stop office for

accessing and County

governments business

Improved access to

business information

and reduced cost of

doing business

Business

Information Centre

Established

1


0


0


0


0


15 Million


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information and

licenses for wholesale


Programme 5: County Branding Programme

Objective: To create Unique Identity for County Goods & Services

Outcome: A better & Recognizable County Brand

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Development of Mark

of Identity for Taita

Taveta County, its

Goods & services


To give Taita Taveta

Goods & Services a

unique identity and

differentiate them for

preference

0 Mark of Identity

Produced & Public

Made aware (

Meetings)

16 16 16 16 16 50 Million

County

Competitiveness

Program

County

Competitiveness

Index

0 Compliance Audits

& Reports to the

Index

1 1 1 1 1 9 Million

County Public Service

Branding

County Public Service

Branding Guidelines

0 Guidelines Produced

& Reviewed

0


1


0


0


0


10 Million

Develop a County

Branding policy and

undertake a Nation-

Wide brand perception

survey

Better Recognition &

Better County Brand


0 County Branding

policy and undertake

a Nation-Wide brand

perception survey

No. of Trading

groups linked to

Markets

0 1 0 0 0 15 Million


b) Tourism Sub-Sector

Programme 1: DESTINATION MARKETING

Objective: Deliver an Exceptional Tourist Experience

Outcome: Increased tourist experience

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance Indicators Planned Targets


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Year

1

Year

2

Year

3

Year

4

Year

5

Total

Budget

Implement the top tourist

experiences of Taita

Taveta County

To identify 20 key tourist

experiences to be promoted

globally as Kenya’s unique

selling points

0 20 key tourist experiences

promoted

4 4 4 4 4 100M

Put in place a system of

product sub-brands that

will guide destination

marketing

To develop package and market

5 product sub-brands that are

unique

0 Launch 5 product sub-brands 1 1 1 1 1 100M

Implement the Safari

Innovation & Development

Program

To grow Taita Taveta’s market

share in the safari business by

30% by 2022

0 Taita Taveta’s County market

share in the safari business by

30% by 2022

6 6 6 6 6 100M

Deploy a holistic

communication plan


To increase number of potential

travelers in the top 5 key source

markets by 30% by 2022.

0 Increased number of potential

travelers in the top 5 key source

markets by 30% by 2022.

6 6 6 6 6 60M

Digital marketing program


To increase website visitations,

social media following and app

downloads by embrace digital

marketing

0 +200%increase in

100.taitatveta.go.ke website

visitation

Increased social media

followers of +150%,25,000 app

downloads

40 40 40 40 40 40M

Implement a customer

relationship management

initiative

To develop highly personal

relationships with Taita Taveta

and Kenya’s current potential

tourists

0 Database of 3,000 customers

Diaspora brand ambassadors

600 600 600 600 600- 40M

Facilitate distribution and

sales of Kenya’s tourism

products in the source

markets

To attain satisfaction index of

80% by 2022.

0 - 80% satisfaction index by 2022

- FAM trips /
Exhibitions Taita Taveta

specialist in top 3 markets by

2022

1 1 1 1 1 200M

Implement the Taita

Taveta County industry

Engagement Program

To build strong win-win

relationships with Taita

Taveta’s tourism industry

stakeholders.

0 No of programs developed and

workshops conducted

- Increased satisfaction index to
80% by 2022

1 1 1 1 1 50M


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Set up a Marketing

Education Initiative

To build the capacity of tourism

industry stakeholders so as to

enhance Taita Taveta ’s

competitiveness

0 Increased industry participation

in tourism marketing activities

to 80% by 2022

10 10 10 20 20- 50M


Programme 2: PREMIUM PARK INITIATIVES

Objective: Improve the standard of tourism facilities to match the premium status of these parks

Outcome: Enhancing visitor experience

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total Budget

Campsites

developments

Improved revenue

and incomes

0 No. of Campsites

developed

8 8 8 8 8 300M

Develop a recreation

park at each sub

county

Improved revenue

and incomes

0 No. of local

visitors

15% 15% 15% 15% 15% 35M

Ikanga Airstrip

marketing

Improved revenue

and incomes

0 No. of tourists. 200 200 200 200 200 20M


Programme 3: TOURISM TRAINING AND CAPACITY BUILDING

Objective: To increase provision of skilled manpower in the sector

Outcome: improved revenue and outcomes

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year

1

Year

2

Year

3

Year

4

Year

5

Total Budget

Training of community

Guides and other Tourism

Guides

Improved revenue and incomes,

To increase provision of skilled

manpower

0 No. of Guides

trained

200 200 200 200 200 200M


Programme 4: TOURISM INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

Objective: Improved Tourism infrastructure

Outcome: To ease access by tourists, ensure safety and enhance tourist experiences

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total Budget


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Establish and

operationalize

Tourism Protection

Service &security


Improved major

tourist routes & avail

internet


0 No.of tourists 16 16 16 16 16 240M


Programme 5: DEVELOPMENT OF PRODUCT NICHE

Objective: Diversification of nature based tourism products

Outcome: Competitive tourism products which appeal to specific market segments

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total Budget

Heritage Circuits Improved tourism

attraction areas

0 No. of New

Heritage Circuits to

be developed

2 2 2 2 2 200M

Mobile Exhibitions Improved heritage

resource tourism

awareness

0 No. of Mobile

exhibitions

developed

1 1 1 1 1 50M

Development and

Diversification

 Homestays

 Agro tourism

 Medical tourism

 Health and wellness
tourism

 Sports tourism

 City experiences

 Adventure tourism

Improved revenues

from tourism

0 Percentage increase

in tourism

10% 10% 10% 10% 10% 200M


c) Co-operatives Development Sub sector


Programme 1: Co-Operative Development and Management

Objective: To increase revenue and incomes for the cooperative members

Outcome: Increased economic welfare


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Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Governance and

accountability

Improved co-

operative

governance

75 No. of cooperative

societies

audited/inspected

75 100 120 140 170 15 Million

Cooperative advisory

services, marketing

and value addition

Improved service

delivery to co-

operative members

75 No. of cooperatives

trained

18 20 24 30 40 20 Million

Capacity building of

co-operatives

Enhance

cooperative

societies business

0 No. of Co-operatives

capacity build

4 4 4 4 4 40 Million

Co-operative

Development Fund

Improved income

levels and job

opportunities

0 No. of co-operatives

financed

16 20 50 60 100 100

Million

Co-operative Policies

and Legislations

Improved

Cooperative

operations

0 No. of policies and

legislations

1 1 1 - - 6 Million


d) Investment and Industry Sub sector

Programme 1: Industrial Development and Investments

Objective: To increase revenue and income diversification

Outcome: Increased economic welfare

Sub Programme Key Outcome Baseline Key performance

Indicators

Planned Targets

Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Total

Budget

Special Economic

Zones Development

Improved investment

opportunities

1 No. of Policy and

strategic plans

developed

1 1 - - - 6 Million

Small and Medium

Enterprises

Development

Improved income

levels

2 No. of Jua Kali

center’s developed

- 1 1 1 1 20 Million

One Village One

Product (OVOP)

Improved incomes

and product

diversification

8 No. of groups

supported

10 10 10 10 10 50 Million


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Policy and Legislation Legal environment 0 No. of policies and

legislations developed

1 1 1 - - 9 Million


4.5 Cross-Sectoral Implementation Considerations

This section provides the cross-sectoral impacts of sector programmes and appropriate actions to harness cross-sector synergies or

mitigate adverse cross-sector impacts.

4.5.1 Agriculture, Rural and Urban Development

a) Agriculture sub sector

Programme Name Sector Cross-sector Impact Measures to Harness or Mitigate

the Impact

Synergies Adverse impact

Crop development and

management

Energy and infrastructure,

environment water and

housing, social culture and

recreation

Infrastructure

development, EIA,

Licensing

Pollution

Human wildlife conflict


Agroforestry

Erection of an electric fence

Responsible use of pesticides

Agricultural mechanization Energy and infrastructure,

environment water and

housing

Provision of farm tractors,

Water pan excavation

survey and design works,

EIA

Land degradation

Pollution

Agroforestry

Collaboration


b) Livestock Production subsector

Programme Name Sector Cross-sector Impact Measures to Harness or Mitigate the

Impact

Synergies Adverse impact

Construction of auction rings Trade

Public

works

Water

Licensing of traders

Infrastructure development

Provision of water

Spread of diseases.

Environmental

destruction.

insecurity

Screening and vaccination of animals

Provision of hay barns

Provision of security structures

Construction of abattoirs, slaughter

houses

Public works,

public health

Water

Environment

Licensing, Infrastructure

development

Provision of water

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c) Veterinary Services

Programme Name Sector Cross-sector Impact Measures to Harness or Mitigate the

Impact

Synergies Adverse impact

Animal and zoonotic disease

control


Public works,

public health

Water

Environment

Trade

Wild life

Infrastructure

development

Chemical waste effluent Coordinate monitoring

Animal breeding and genetic

improvement

Environment Infrastructure

development

Plastic straw

accumulation

Proper garbage disposal

Leather development Environment Infrastructure

development

Chemical waste effluent Proper waste management

4.5.2 Health Services

Programme Name Sector Cross-sector Impact Measures to Harness or Mitigate the Impact

Synergies Adverse impact

Programme 2: Preventive

and Promotive

Environmental

protection, water and

housing

Water Waterborne, vector

borne diseases

Collaboration with the sector

Program 3: Curative Health

Services

Agriculture, rural and

urban development

issues

Nutrition Side effects caused

by pesticides and

insecticides

Rational use of pesticides and health education

Program 4: alternative

medicine

Environmental

protection, water and

housing

Herbs Forest destruction Create botanical gardens


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4.5.3 Education and Training

Programme Sector Cross-sector Impact Measures to Harness or Mitigate the

Impact

Synergies Adverse

impact


ECDE service

improvement

Health The health sector will work with ECDE to monitor

growth and development, sanitation, nutrition and

identification of SNE children.


-

Provide data on identified areas of

intervention and partner in strategic

planning and implementation.

Public Works Development and supervision of ECDE

infrastructure

- Collaborate in the development of

infrastructure standards

Public administration Assist in the mobilization and financing of the

ECDE program

- Collaborate in the planning and budgeting

of the activities

Ministry of Education

Science and Technology

Assist in monitoring of the Pre – Primary

Curriculum implementation and capacity building.

Collaborate in the planning of monitoring

and training programs

Lands Assist in securing school land. - Provision of school land status and needs.

Youth Training Industry To offer attachment and placement of the VTCs

trainees

Producing trainees compatible to the labour

market.

Public Works Development and supervision of VTCs

infrastructure

- Collaborate in the development of

infrastructure standards

Public administration Assist in the mobilization and financing of the

Youth training program

- Collaborate in the planning and budgeting

of the activities

Water Assist enhancing water security in the institutions. - Collaborate in the planning and

implementation

Office of the Governor

special programs

Assist in disaster management in institutions. Provide information on risk potential

institutions and collaborate in the planning

of mitigation measures.


4.5.4 Energy, ICT and infrastructure

Programme

Name

Sector Cross-sector Impact Measures to Harness or Mitigate the Impact

Synergies Adverse impact

Roads

infrastructure

improvement

Land and Planning,

Public Health,

Environment, Water

Water, land,

finances

- Noise pollution and Vibration.

- Habitat Fragmentation and

alteration

- Ensure use of serviced equipment

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-Pollution - Demolition work to be confined to between 8am to

5pm

- Ensure use of earmuffs by workers

- Creating bypass and flyover to allow movements

- Ensure the road under construction is watered

Roads transport

services

Kenya Police , NTSA Security - Disturbance of Traffic flow

during construction


- Enforced and implement policies related to road

transport and safety.

- Proper Signage-

Improving

Building Services.

Land and Planning,

Public Health

information, - Air pollution as a result of

dust particles emanating from

excavation and construction

Activities.

-. Solid waste and wastewater

management. There will be

increased waste generation

Especially during construction

phase.

- Soil compaction and watering of loose soil shall be

done on all disturbed areas during construction phase

to minimize air pollution (by dust) and erosion by the

agents of soil erosion.

- Drainage and Sewerage systems shall be properly

designed installed and regularly maintained to

effectively manage effluent.

Housing

Infrastructure

development

Land and Planning,

Public Health

Land and

design

approvals

- Air pollution as a result of dust

particles emanating from

excavation and construction

Activities.

-. Solid waste and wastewater

management. There will be

increased waste generation

- Soil compaction and watering of loose soil shall be

done on all disturbed areas during construction phase

to minimize air pollution (by dust) and erosion by the

agents of soil erosion.

- Drainage and Sewerage systems shall be properly

designed installed and regularly maintained to

effectively manage efflux

4.5.5 Social Protection, Recreation & Culture

Programme Name Sector Cross-sector Impact Measures to Harness or Mitigate the Impact

Synergies Adverse

impact


Youth empowerment Agriculture, rural,

urban development

Agribusiness: Provision of

agricultural equipment, skills and

knowledge

None Conduct quarterly sector working groups (both government

and non-governmental organizational); monitoring and

evaluation of sector programs

Improved gender

mainstreaming

All sectors Gender equity in all programs None


Conduct quarterly sector working groups; monitoring and

evaluation of sector programs to ensure gender equity

Culture development

and promotion

Trade, tourism and

cooperatives

Opening up Taita Taveta tourism

circuit

Conduct sector working group meetings; monitoring and

evaluation of sector programs


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None

4.5.6 Environmental Protection, Water & Natural Resources

Programme Name Sector Cross-sector Impact Measures to Harness or

Mitigate the Impact Synergies Adverse impact

Water supply infrastructure

development

Agriculture, Health, Energy, Economic

Planning, Roads, Lands, administration

- Water borne diseases,

ecological impacts, pests

PPEs, water treatment, water

allocation plans, pest control

Environmental Conservation and

natural resources management

Infrastructure, Roads -
None None

Climate Change Mitigation and

Adaptation

Agriculture, Health, Energy, Economic

Planning, Roads, Lands, administration

- Drought

Damage of projects


Climate proofing all projects

Drought mitigation measures

4.5.7 Public Administration and Intergovernmental Relations

Programme Name Sector Cross-sector Impact Measures to Harness or Mitigate

the Impact

Synergies Adverse impact

Leadership and Overall

coordination of County Affairs

Public administration &

Intergovernmental

Relations,

Health Services

Education and Training

Energy infrastructure &

ICT\

Social protection.

Public confidence Lack of commitment from

staff

Resistance to change from

staff

Prompt address of HR and

Administration issues. effective

training on change management

Representation ,Legislative and

Oversight

Public confidence Resistance from users Proper public participation


Economic planning, Fiscal

policy formulation and Public

finance management

Prudent use of resources Insufficient funds to cut

across all department

Putting structure to manage revenue

collection


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Recreation and culture

Environmental Protection,

Water and housing

General Economic,

commercial and labour

affairs


Invite partners to increase

efficiency


Public service Management and

Administration

Improved service

delivery

Lack of Proper information

on existing policies

inadequate skilled

personnel

Involvement of all the sectors in

needs assessment and validation

Validation of all policies

Training of staff

Attaching skilled personnel to each

sector

County Staffing and Human

Resource Development and

labour relations

Improved working

environment

In ability to attract and

retain skilled labour

Dynamic and ever

changing labour relations

Training on emerging issues,

Establishment of empowerment

programmes.

County Transformative

programs

Improved citizens

welfare

Departments being in

different locations

Vast terrain and

distribution

Differences in perception

and lack of acceptance to

change

Proper public participation

Sensitization of proper chain,

management


Efficient Monitoring and

evaluation

Prudent use of

resources; Timely

completion of projects

Lack of proper

communication

mechanisms

Negative perception

Involvement of all the sectors in

M&E


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4.5.8 General Economic, Commercial and Labour Affairs

Programme Name Sector Cross-sector Impact Measures to Harness or Mitigate

the Impact

Synergies Adverse impact

Markets, Industrial Zones and

Industries development


Trade

Development

-Create jobs

-Increase socio-economic

wellbeing

-Increase revenue

-Generation of complementary

Industries


-Evictions

Environmental

degradation

Congestion if within

town


Inadequate housing


Sanitation issues


Strain on public

amenities

Relocation of affected people

Physical Planning


Market and Industrial Infrastructural

improvement


Transport Infrastructure planning


Theme park development Tourism

Development

-Create jobs

-Increase socio-economic

wellbeing

-Increase revenue

-Generation of complementary

Industries


-Evictions

Environmental

degradation

Congestion if within

town


Inadequate housing


Inadequate Sanitation

facilities

Relocation of affected people

Physical Planning


Market and Industrial Infrastructural

improvement


Transport Infrastructure planning


4.6 Flagship /County Transformative Projects

Project Name Location Objective Output

/Outcome

Performance

indicators

Timeframe

(Start-End)

Implementing Agencies Cost (Ksh.)

Health Services


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Project Name Location Objective Output

/Outcome

Performance

indicators

Timeframe

(Start-End)

Implementing Agencies Cost (Ksh.)

Moi Voi

Hospital

complex*

Moi Hospital

Mbololo

Ward

To improve

access,

utilization and

quality

healthcare

services


ICU, HDU,

A&E, Theatres,

specialized

medical clinics,

paediatric ward,

private wing

and renal unit.

Improved

Emergency and

Referral

services

No. of referred

clients reaching the

referral unit.

2. No. of ICU, HDU,

Renal unit and A&E

Theatres established

2018-2022 Health Department and

Public Private Partnership

(PPP)

300,000,000

Education and Training

Libraries Mwatate and

Taveta Sub

County

To enhance

access to

reading

materials

Promote

reading culture

Number of libraries

established.

Number of people

accessing the

services.

2018-2022 NG and CGTT 100,000,000

Education

Multipurpose

complex


Mwatate

headquarters

To enhance

quality

teaching and

training

Quality

education

Number of ECDE

Complex established

2018-2022 NG and CGTT 57,000,000

Upgrading of

VTCs

Four in each

sub - county

To provide

quality

training and

access to

VTCs

Increased skill s

for self-reliance

among the

youth

- Number of

VTCs

upgraded

2018-2022 NG, CGTT, NGOs and

Private partners.

192,000,000


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Project Name Location Objective Output

/Outcome

Performance

indicators

Timeframe

(Start-End)

Implementing Agencies Cost (Ksh.)

Number of youths

trained

Energy, ICT and Infrastructure

Planning for

Households

Renewable

Energy in Taita

Taveta County.

Modern jikos

and Biogas

To All Four

Sub Counties

To improve

usage of

sustainable

energy

Install Modern

Jiko to 50

Devolved

public

institution


Install Biogas in

Four Sub

Counties

Hospitals


No of Jikos


No. Biogas Systems

Installed


No. Of Farmers

Connected.

2018 - 2022 CGTT 500M

Establish

Public Utility

Management

System

All Four Sub

Counties

Improved

efficiency in

public Utility

Management

Public Utility

are Secured

Automation of

Public utility

Inventory System

2018 - 2022 CGTT 10M

Establishment

of County

Motor Garages

4 Sub

Counties


To Promote

Management

in Motor

vehicle

Maintenance

Reduced Motor

vehicle

Maintenance

Cost

Number of

Functional Car

Garages

2018 - 2022 CGTT 200M

Establish and

Equipping

Mechanical

Unit

4 Sub

Counties


Enhance

Capacity to

Deliver on its

Mandate

Earth Machines

and Plants

Purchased

4No. Graders

Purchased

4No. Tippers

Purchased

Low Bed Trailer

Purchased

2018 - 2022 CGTT 500M


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Project Name Location Objective Output

/Outcome

Performance

indicators

Timeframe

(Start-End)

Implementing Agencies Cost (Ksh.)

2No. Wheel loader

Purchased

1No. Excavator

Purchased

2No Water Boozer

(10cm) Purchased

4Nos (Double pick

up Cabs)


Establish of

Fire Services

Stations

4 Sub

Counties

To Improve

Disaster

Management

Plants and

Equipment

Purchased

No of Plants and

Tools Purchased

2018 - 2022 CGTT 125M

Environmental Protection, Water & Natural Resources

Waste

Management

Hubs

Chakaleri,

Riata and

Maungu

To enhance

Sustainable

waste

Management

Improved waste

management

Number of waste

management hubs

constructed

2018-2022 CGTT/PPP/NGOs

Lake Challa

Bulk Water

Supply

Urban areas

(Taveta,

Mwatate, Voi

To increase

water supply

Increased water

supply

Length of pipeline 2018-2022 CGTT/GoK/WB/PPP/NGOs

Mzima II Water

Projects

Voi,

Kasighau,

Maungu,

Kishushe

To increase

water supply

Increased water

supply

Length of pipeline 2018-2022 CGTT/GoK/WB/PPP/NGOs

Njoro Bulk

Water Supply

Taveta,

Mwakitau,

Mwatate

To increase

water supply

Increased water

supply

Length of pipeline 2018-2022 CGTT/GoK/WB/PPP/NGOs

Taita Taveta

Urban Areas

Voi, Maungu,

Mwatate,

To improve

waste

management

Improved

sanitation

No of sewers

established

2018-2022 CGTT/GoK/WB/PPP/NGOs


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Project Name Location Objective Output

/Outcome

Performance

indicators

Timeframe

(Start-End)

Implementing Agencies Cost (Ksh.)

Sewerage

Development

Wundanyi,

Taveta

General Economic, Commercial and Labour Affairs

Modernization

of market

(storey mkt)

Voi To Improve

businesses and

trading

environment

-Jobs created

-Increased

revenue


No. of markets

constructed;

No. of jobs created;


Amount of revenue

collected


2018-2022


Department of Trade


200M

Market

Information

Centres

All Sub-

counties

To enhance

market access

-Jobs created

-Improved sales


No. of jobs


Amount of stock

traded


2018-2022


Department of Trade


8M

Create

Industrial

Zones and

Industries

Sub- county

wide

To enhance

value addition

-Jobs created

-Increase sales

-Increase

revenue

No. of jobs created

No. of Industrial

Zones established

No. of Industries


2018-2022


Department of Trade


60M

* The Moi Voi hospital project will be implemented by the county health service department through a Public Private Partnerships (PPP) arrangement. The facility will be able

address all the referred cases from all the other health facilities within and outside the county.


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CHAPTER FIVE: IMPLEMENTATION FRAMEWORK

5.1 Introduction

This section outlines the county institutional framework and the organizational structure that will

be followed to implement the CIDP, a summary of the proposed resource requirements for all

sectors, resource mobilization framework and resource gaps and measures to address the gaps. The

CIDP will be implemented by different agencies which include the County Government

departments, the National Government departments and Agencies, development partners and other

stakeholders.

5.2 Institutional Framework

This section provides the institutional framework and indicates the roles of major players in the

implementation of CIDP. It also indicates the county’s organogram (organizational structure).

5.2.1 Functions of the County Government

The County draws its mandate and functions primarily from schedule four of the Constitution of

Kenya, 2010, the County Governments Act, 2012 and the Urban Areas and Cities Act, 2011.

5.2.2 County government organizational structure

The organogram for the county government has two distinct institutions, namely: The Executive

and the county Assembly.


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ORGANOGRAM


Figure

5.2.3 The County Executive

The County Governor and the Deputy Governor are the chief executive and deputy chief executive

of the county respectively. In program implementation, the Governor, provides leadership in the

county’s governance and development; provides leadership to the county executive committee and

administration based on the county policies and plans; promote democracy, good governance,

COUNTY GOVERNMENT OF TAITA TAVETA

COUNTY ASSEMBLY

COUNTY ASSEMBLY SPEAKER

COUNTY ASSEMBLY MEMBERS

COUNTY ASSEMBLY

COMMITTEES

COUNTY ASSEMBLY

SECRETARIAT

GOVERNOR

DEPUTY GOVERNOR

COUNTY EXECUTIVE

COMMITTEE

MEMBERS/COUNTY

SECRETARY

COUNTY PUBLIC

SERVICE BOARD

COUNTY PUBLIC

BOARD

SECRETARIAT

Lands,

Enviro

nment

and

Natura

l

Resour

ces

Health

Servic

es

Public

Service and

Administrati

on

Agricul

ture,

Livesto

ck and

Fisheri

es

Mining

Trade,

Tourism

and

Cooperat

ive

Develop

ment

Educat

ion

and

Library

service

s

Water

and

Irrigatio

n

Public

Works,

Infrastruc

ture and

Housing

Youth,

Gender,

Sports,

Culture

and

Social

Services

Finan

ce

and

Econ

omic

Plann

ing

CHIEF OFFICERS

SUB COUNTY / DEPUTY

SUB COUNTY

ADMINISTRATORS

COUNTY DIRECTORS

COUNTY EXECUTIVE


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unity and cohesion within the county; promotes peace and order within the county; promotes the

competitiveness of the county. Additionally, the Governor is accountable for the management and

use of the county resources, promotion of facilitation of citizen participation in the development

of policies and plans, and delivery of services in the county.

The Deputy Governor has a central role of deputizing the Governor in the execution of his or her

functions. In Taita Taveta County, the Deputy Governor also holds a portfolio as a member of the

county executive committee. The constitution provides that, when acting in office, the Deputy

Governor will exercise any powers of the governor, to nominate, appoint or dismiss under the

Constitution or other written law.

The county secretary (CS) organizes the executive unit of the county government. Additionally,

the CS heads of the county public service and is responsible for arranging the business, and keeping

the minutes of the county executive committee subject to the directions of the executive committee.

This is in addition to conveying the decisions of the county executive committee to the appropriate

persons or authorities and perform any other functions as directed by the county executive

committee.

Implementation of county programs are will be carried out within county departments. The county

has 10 Executive Committee Members, headed by a County Executive Committee Member (CEC-

M) who are appointed by the Governor and approved by the County Assembly. The Executive

Committee is responsible for supervising the administration and delivery of services in all

decentralized units and agencies in the county. The committee will also perform any other

functions conferred on it by the constitution or national legislation.


5.2.4 The County Assembly

The County assembly is the legislative arm in the County, with the primary responsibility of

creating and passing local laws for the benefit of the County’s development and within the

framework of the constitution and other laws. The County Assembly also has the following

responsibilities: To play an oversight role on the County executive committee and any other

County executive organs. To receive, debate and approve policies and development plans prepared

by the County Executive, principally through this CIDP. To approve the borrowing plans of the

County government in accordance with Article 212 of the constitution. Constitutionally, Members

of the County Assembly (MCAs) cannot be directly or indirectly involved in executive functions.

5.2.5 The County Public Service Board

The primary role of the County Public Service Board (CPSB) is to provide for organization,

staffing and functioning of the County Public Service in ways that ensure efficient, quality and

productive services for the people of Taita Taveta. The CPSB has established an office for service


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delivery, recruitment and appointment of competent staff to work for the County. The CPSB will

also:

 Create favorable working conditions to attract qualified and skilled personnel.

 Ensure the County government and the people of Taita Taveta get value for money invested

in human resource capacity and development.

 Develop and monitor performance management systems for service delivery units.

5.2.6 The County Budget and Economic Forum (CBEF)

The CBEF is established under section 137 (1) of the Public Finance Management Act, 2012 to

provide a means for consultation by the County Government. The CBEF should provide a means

for consultation by the county government on:

 Preparation of county plans, the County Fiscal Strategy Paper and the Budget Review and

Outlook Paper for the county.

 Matters relating to budgeting, the economy and financial management at the county level.

5.2.7 The County Treasury

The County Treasury is established under section 103(1) of the PFMA, 2012 and is charged with

the responsibility of monitoring, evaluating, and overseeing the management of public finances

and economic affairs of the County government. It comprises of the County Executive Committee

Member for Finance, the Chief Officer for Finance, and the departments of the county Treasury

responsible for financial and fiscal matters such as Finance, Audit, Procurement, Economic

planning and Accounting.

5.2.8 County Projects Committee

The Constituency Development Fund Act, 2013 establishes County Project Committees whose

main function is to coordinate the implementation of projects financed through the CDF. The role

of the County Project Committee is to align the constituency projects with the various County

plans and policies so as to ensure that no duplication of projects occur particularly where it is

prudent to combine efforts on projects designed to benefit a large section or sector of the

community traversing several constituencies in a County.

5.2.9 The National Government Service Coordination Units

The National Government Coordination Act, 2013 provides a framework for coordination of

National Government functions at the County Level. The office of the County Commissioner

which is a national Government service delivery coordinating unit plays an important role in

ensuring that there is harmony, collaboration and cooperation with the County government in the

implementation of development programmes.

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5.2.10 Non-state Parties

Non-state parties who are involved in the development process in Taita Taveta County include

Civil Society and charitable Organizations, faith based organizations and community based

organizations. The Public Benefits Organization Act, 2013 provides a national framework for the

operation of the non-state parties at a national level.

Most of the non-state parties engage in resource mobilization and funding of projects and

programmes, capacity building and empowering of community members. In the CIDP

implementation, Taita Taveta County expects to continue engaging with these organizations to

support the development process. However, the county government will develop an effective

policy and operational framework to ensure that firstly, non-state parties’ programmes and projects

are aligned to and focused on supporting the county to deliver the objectives of this CIDP and

secondly, to avoid cross-purpose development agenda, wastage and duplication. Such a policy and

operational framework will involve, but is not limited to the county playing a lead role, in

partnership with non-state parties in joint planning, monitoring and evaluation, coordination of

resources and implementation of a reporting mechanism to the county.

5.3. Resource Requirements by Sector

This section provides summary proposed budget for the eight sectors. The summary is from the

proposed sector programmes and sub programmes.


Table 16: Summary of Proposed Budget by Sector and Sub sector
Sector Name Sub Sector Amount

(Ksh.)

As a percentage (%) of

the total budget

Energy, Infrastructure and ICT Energy 1,093,000,000 1.739775429

ICT 235,000,000 0.374059676

Infrastructure 6,217,500,000 9.896663977

Total 7,545,500,000 12.01049908

Education and Training 5.327294234

Education 3,346,830,000

Training 871,750,000 1.387602223

Total 4,218,580,000 6.714896457

Health Services Health 10,508,184,000 16.72633149

Social Protection, Recreation and

Culture

Social protection,

Recreation and Culture

857,000,000 1.364124009

Agriculture, Rural and Urban

Development

Agriculture 3,974,750,000 6.326781688

Livestock 6,260,200,000 9.964631416

Veterinary 264,416,300 0.420882874

Fisheries 162,600,000 0.258817461

Urban Development 520,000,000 0.827706517

Total 11,181,966,300 17.79881996

Environmental Protection, Water &

Natural Resources

Environment Sub-sector 474,000,000 0.754486325


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Forest resources
Management

726,000,000 1.155605637

Water and Sanitation- 3,445,000,000 5.483555674

Irrigation and drainage
development

3,210,000,000 5.109495998

Mineral resources
management

65,000,000 0.103463315

Wildlife Conservation
and Management

1,115,000,000 1.774793781

Total 9,035,000,000 14.38140073

Public Administration And

Intergovernmental Relations

Governor and Deputy

Sub-Sector

930,000,000 1.48032127

County Assembly 367,500,000 0.584965663

Finance and Economic

Planning

950,000,000

Public Service and

Administration

1,889,160,000 3.007057775

Civic Education and

Public Participation

122,810,000 0.195481995

County Budget And

Economic Forum

105,000,000

County Transformation 14,857,500,000 23.6493261

County Public Service

Board

87,000,000 0.138481667

Service Delivery Unit 74,000,000 0.117789004

Town Management 90,000,000 0.143256897

Total 18,417,970,000 29.31668037

General Economic, Commercial and

Intergovernmental Relations

Trade 721,000,000 1.14764692

Tourism 73,000,000 0.116197261

Co-operatives 266,000,000 0.423403718

Total 1,060,000,000 1.6872479

GRAND TOTAL 63,884,200,300

5.4 The Resource Mobilization Framework

There are a number of funding streams that will finance the implementation of this CIDP. These

include: Own Source Revenue, Equitable share from the National Government, the equalization

fund managed by the National Government, Public Private Partnership investments, Public

Community Partnership investments, contributions from non-state actors and development partner

funding. Over the 5-year duration the estimated revenue from regular sources which include local

revenue receipts, share of the National government revenue, equalization fund and inter-

governmental transfers is estimated at 26.9 Billion.


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Table 17: Revenue Projections
Type of

Revenue

2018/2019 2019/2020 2020/2021 2021/2022 2022/2023 Total

Own

Source

Revenue

315,000,000 346,500,000 381,150,000 419,265,000 461,191,500 1,923,106,500

Equitable

share

4,011,871,626 4,210,110,124 4,420,220,340 4,670,220,340 4,920,220,340 22,232,642,770

Conditional

grants

690,500,000 700,100,000 705,000,000 720,000,000 725,000,000 4,040,500,000

Development

partners

359,389,189 370,000,000 400,000,000 410,000,000 420,000,000 430,000,000

Equalization

fund

110,000,000 150,000,000 170,000,000 180,000,000 190,000,000 800,000,000

Total 5,486,760,815 5,776,710,124 5,676,370,340 6,399,485,340 6,716,411,840 29,426,249,270


5.5 Estimated Resource Gap and Measures of Addressing It

The estimated resource requirement from the Programmes and sub-programmes envisioned by the

sectors and sub-sectors in the CIDP is Kshs 64Billion. On the other hand, the total amount of

projected revenue for the Plan period amounts to Kshs 29Billion, implying a total resource gap of

approximately Kshs 35Billion.

5.5.1 Measures of addressing the resource gap include but are not limited to the following;

i. Own Source Revenue: The county government will continue to enhance prudent

financial management so as to enhance collection from Own Source Revenue(OSR).

Comprehensive mapping of Revenue sources and assigning them to responsible sections

that will be responsible for monitoring will be done. All the Streams will require the

domestication of applicable laws and policies and requisite regulations. Among the areas

of emphasis that own revenue generation will be focused on include all revenue sources

emanating from the spatial planning and (property) valuation roll, sustainable natural

resources management, cess from livestock movement, enforcement paradigm shift.

ii. Optimal Human Capital: Maintaining an optimal human capital compliment will also

assist in checking the wage bill. This will create fiscal space for spending on the key

priorities especially in the social sectors and other development programmes. This will

further provide adequate room for future counter-cyclical fiscal policy in the event of a

shock;

iii. Financial Prudence: Fiscal consolidation while ensuring that county resources are

adequate to promote growth; The county government is working towards a reduction in the

recurrent expenditure to devote more resources to development. At least thirty percent of

the annual total county revenue shall be used in the implementation of development

projects;


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iv. Public Private Partnerships: The enhanced partnership between the public, private,

civil and community organizations in prioritizing of needs and allocation of resources;

v. Strengthening planning and budgeting processes at the county levels through provision

of adequate resources;

5.5.2 The Capital Projects will be funded through: -

Public Private Partnerships:

The county government will collaborate with other stakeholders to undertake development of

capital projects on agreed costing of contracts. The county will explore new and innovative

financing methods in which private sector investment can be roped in through a mutually agreed

arrangement.

Development Partners/Donors:

The county is already receiving grants and loans from development partners for various projects

and programmes. It’s on this basis that the county is determined to enhance and expand the

relationships upon approval by the county assembly.

Community based fund-raising Initiatives:

Often, the communities are spending in kind in development contribution especially in labour

and man-hours. The county will encourage local initiatives from the community to accelerate

development at the ward and village level.


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CHAPTER SIX: MONITORING AND EVALUATION FRAMEWORK

6.1 Introduction

Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) is a process that helps to improve performance and achieve

results. Its main goal is to improve current and future management of outputs, outcomes and

impact.


The M&E system (indicators, tools and processes) will be used to measure if programmes have

been implemented according to the plan (monitoring) and is having the desired result (evaluation).

This serves as a decision-making tool for planners.


The CGTT, M&E system is anchored in Kenya Laws within the Constitutional, statutory, and

policy provisions. The first proposal for M&E was done in 1983 for the District Focus for

Development strategy.


In 2004, the National Government through the Ministry of Planning and National Development

established a Monitoring and Evaluation Department (MED) to coordinate implementation of the

National Integrated Monitoring and Evaluation System (NIMES).


The CGTT has developed M&E system which is a replica of NIMES at the County level, and will

coordinate County M&E activities through the Service Delivery Unit (SDU) which is domiciled

at the Governor’s office.


The CGTT as clearly outlined in the proposed County M&E policy, which is awaiting cabinet

adoption and approval by the County Assembly


The CGTT will set up committees that will make CIMES operational;

• County Assembly
• County Intergovernmental Forum
• County M&E Committee(CoMEC)
• Technical Oversight Committee (TOC)
• Sub-County M&E Committees (SCoMEC)
• Ward M&E Committees (WMEC)
• Village M&E Committees (VMEC)


These committees will be in operation upon the approval of the M&E policy mentioned above.

M&E tools will measure the level of achievement of flagship, proposed and ongoing projects.

The implementers will therefore have a chance to interrogate and make decisions on further

planning for best practice before the end of the project duration and timely and successful

completion in line with the allocated budget.

The parameters that will help in prioritizing the projects consider how each project contributes to

or meets the needs identified include;


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1) Bill of Rights (Article 43, 56 and 57)
2) CGTT cross cutting themes
3) MDGs, Vision 2030, MTP II
4) Thematic issues
5) Cross sector impacts

At the Departmental level an M&E section will be established. M& E committees will also be

constituted at the Sub-County, Ward and Village levels.

Feedback will be given through M& E periodic reports by the Departments and committees. This

will be done on a monthly, quarterly, semi-annual and annual basis


THE PROPOSED CGTT STRUCTURE FOR M&E SYSTEM


County Assembly

Sub County Monitoring and

Evaluation Coordinating Division

Secretariat

Monitoring and

Evaluation

Coordinating Division

County Intergovernmental

Forum

County M&E Committee

(CoMEC)

Monitoring and Evaluation

Coordinating Division

Secretariat

Technical Oversight

Committee (TOC)

Sub-County M&E

Committee

Ward Monitoring and

Evaluation Coordinating

Unit

Ward M&E Committee

Village M&E Committee


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Figure 6: Proposed County M& E Structure

6.2 Data collection, Analysis, and Reporting

Data will be collected using tools which include checklists, interviews, observation, surveys and

questionnaires. Qualitative and quantitative data will be collected and analyzed.

A) Qualitative data: This will be done through interviews and Focused Group Discussions

B) Quantitative data: This will be obtained from secondary data sources (records). The data

obtained shall be analyzed, packaged and disseminated to the designated users. Feedback

mechanisms shall be put in place to address the needs of stakeholders.


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6.3 M&E Outcome Indicators

This section should give the monitoring and evaluation of outcome Indicators by sector. The CIDP Results Matrix will summarise the

programme outcome indicators and targets. This will allow implementers and decision-makers alike to assess progress towards the

various county development priorities. Table 16 will be used as the template for the CIDP Results Matrix

6.3.1 Agriculture, Rural and Urban Development

a) Agriculture sub-sector (M&E)

Table 18: Summary of M&E Outcome indicators – Agriculture Sub-sector

Sector Programme Outcome

indicators

Baseline

2017
Source of

Data

Reporting

Responsibility

Situation

in 2018

Mid-term

Target (2020)

End-term Target

(2022)

Agriculture,

Rural and

Urban

Development

Crop Development and

Management

Tonnage of DTC

seed procured and

distributed

32.5 T Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 32.5 30 50

No. of DTC Seed

beneficiaries

1800 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 1800 3000 5000

Acreage under

irrigation

1500 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 1500 150 250

No. of water pans

excavated

5 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 5 12 20

No. of farm ponds

excavated/lined

10 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 10 60 100


Length of canals

excavated / lined

1 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 1 3 5


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No. of on-farm

water harvesting

technologies

7 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 7 21 35

No of technology

types promoted

5 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO -Agric 5 15 10

No. of researchable

areas addressed

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 6 10

No. of KALRO Sub

centers established

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 1 1

No. of pest and

disease surveillance

reports generated

2 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 2 30 50

No of pest traps

procured and

installed

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 60 100

No. of wetlands

rehabilitated

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 12 20

No. and type of nuts

and oil crops

promoted

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 9 15

Acreage under Nuts

and oil crops

10 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 10 45 75

Acreage under fiber

crops

100 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 100 60 100

No. and type of

fiber crops

promoted

2 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 2 6 10

No. of

demonstration

farms established

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 12 20


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No. of model farms

established

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 12 20

No. of farmers

trained on post-

harvest

management

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 1200 2000

No. of farmers

taking up value

addition

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 30 50

No. of post-harvest

management

technologies

disseminated and in

use

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 15 25

No. of storage

facilities

constructed

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 12 10

No. of cooling

facilities

established

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 1 1

Installation of an

electric fence to be

erected by KWS

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 1 1


No. of marketing

groups established

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 24 40

No. of operational

marketing groups

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 48 120

No. of cooperatives

formed

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 12 20

No. of operational

cooperatives

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 24 60


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No. of

demonstration

farms rehabilitated

1 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 1 2 4

No. of crop value

chains

developed(fruits,

vegetables)

1 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 1 12 20

No of kitchen

gardens established

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 120 200

No. of seed farms

rehabilitated

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 12 20

No of irrigated

farms

50 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 50 300 500

No. of food reserves

established

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 1 1

No. and type of crop

value chains

developed

1 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 1 6 10

No of mushroom

farmers/groups

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 30 50

No. of urban and

peri-urban

technologies

adopted

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 6 14

No of Food outlook

reports generated

and disseminated

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 36 60

No. of Weather

information

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 36 60


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dissemination

reports

No of Seasonal food

security assessment

reports

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 6 10

Agriculture,

Rural and

Urban

Development

Agribusiness and

Information

Management

No. of agro-

processing plants

established

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 1 2

No. of cottage

industries

established

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 3 7

No. of farmers

trained on value

addition

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 150 250

No. of market

information reports

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 6 10

No. of market

surveys

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 6 10

Tonnage of farm

inputs distributed

7.5 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 7.5 33 83

No. of subsidized

fertilizer

beneficiaries

250 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 250 920 2000

No. of farms

covered on crop

insurance

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 300 500

No. of credit and

loan facilities

beneficiaries

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 140 320

Amounts of ADF

disbursed

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 6 10


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No. of ADF loans

beneficiaries

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 140 320

Agriculture,

Rural and

Urban

Development

Soil and water

conservation

No. and type of

farm water

harvesting

structures

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 18 30

No. of farms laid 0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 150 250

No. of trees plants 0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 3,000 5,000

Percentage tree

cover

1 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 1 15 33

Tonnage of organic

manure distributed

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 300 500

No. of organic

manure

beneficiaries

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 300 500

Length of river

bank pegged and

protected

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 15 25

No. of gullies

controlled

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 15 25

No. of water pans

excavated

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 6 10

No. of check

dams/sand dams

constructed

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 3 5

No. of water pans

desilted

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 2 5


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Agriculture,

Rural and

Urban

Development

Agricultural

mechanization

No. of farm tractors

maintained and

operational

1 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 1 10 20

No. of farm tractors

procured

5 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 5 6 10

No. of AMS centers

established

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 0 1

Agriculture,

Rural and

Urban

Development

Improve soil fertility


No. of soil fertility

improvement

technologies

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 18 30

No. of farms

conserved

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 60 100

No. of farms with

soil sampled and

tested

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 60 100

Agriculture,

Rural and

Urban

Development

Enhancing extension

services

No of ICT

equipment

maintained

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 36 60

No. of new ICT

equipment procured

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 6 10

No, of ATCs

established

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 1 1

No of shows held

and attended

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 9 15

Field days

organized

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 24 40


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Exhibitions held 0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 6 10

Demonstrations

held

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 30 50

Tours held 0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 3 5

No. of research

issues addressed

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 6 10

No of FFS

established and

operational

4 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 4 12 20

No of staff meetings

held

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 168 280

No. of market

surveys reports

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 6 10

No. of Market

information

management

systems

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 3 5

No. of market

enumerators

deployed

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 9 15

No. of 4k clubs

supported

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 30 50

No of Out of school

youth supported

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 60 100

No of staff trained 0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 42 70


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No. of extension

officers recruited’

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 30 50

No. of

motorbikes/vehicles

procured

2MV,

5MC

Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 2MV,

5MC

3MV, 12MC 4MV, 15MC

No. of officers

capacity built

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 72 120

No. of officers

promoted

23 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 23 42 70

Agriculture,

Rural and

Urban

Development

Agriculture Sector

Development

Programme

No of Service

Providers and value

chain actors trained

on innovations,

practices and

technologies

4,000 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 4,000 18000 37000

Grants issued to

support value chain

innovations


0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 90 150

No of Climate

Smart Agriculture

interventions,

practices and

technologies

promoted and in

use

3 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 3 15 33

No of service

providers and

farmers trained on

viable business

plans

900 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 900 5400 16400

Support to

partnership

3 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 3 15 33


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initiatives through

extended concepts

No of value chain

organizations/

groups supported to

access markets and

financial services.


20 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 20 90 198

Number of market

information

providers supported


0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 30 50

No of structures for

agricultural

coordination and

consultation

established and

supported in the

county.

3 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 3 45 105

Agriculture,

Rural and

Urban

Development

Kenya Climate Smart

Agriculture project

Number of

resilience and

reduction in

emission of GHG

beneficiaries

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 15686 57,729

Number of

beneficiaries


0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 15686 57,729

Agriculture,

Rural and

Urban

Development

Increasing Small Holder

Productivity and

Profitability (ISPP)

Number of

beneficiaries


0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 62982 111,708

Number of

beneficiaries

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 942 1,570

Amounts of loans

disbursed(Millions)

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 119.4 199


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Percentage of

female direct

beneficiaries

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 50% 50%

Agriculture,

Rural and

Urban

Development

Kenya Cereals

Enhancement

Programme – Climate

Resilient A L (KCEP-

CRAL)

Productivity

increase for pulses

in ASALS by 50%

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 20% 50%

Productivity

increase for

sorghum in ASALS

by 50%

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 20% 50%

Ha of land

producing targeted

cereals and pulses

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 26,327 39,257

80% of

participating

Farmers reporting

yield increase

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 30% 80%

Post-harvest grain

losses for 80% of

targeted

smallholder farmers

reduced from 30%

to 5%


0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 10% 5%

11,753 Smallholder

families adopting

Improved grain

drying technologies

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 26,327 39,257

Operational self-

sufficiency attained

for 8 warehouses 8

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 5 8

11,753 small holder

farmers adopting

improved grain

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 26,327 39,257


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storage

technologies

11,753 Smallholder

farmers access

financial services

2350 are young,

3526 are females

and 5876 are males,

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 26,327 39,257

Savings (females)

increased by

69,258.75

(Ksh’ 000)

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 55,412,500 175,450,000

Savings (males)

increased by

69,258.75

(Ksh’ 000)

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 55,412,500 175,450,000

Agriculture,

Rural and

Urban

Development

Feed the Future (FtF) Number of farmers

trained on

greenhouse

technologies

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 200 550

 Number of
nursery operators

trained on good

nursery

management

technologies

 Number of
quality fruit

seedlings

propagated in

each sub- county

 Number and types
of fruit seedlings

propagated by

each nursery

operator

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 24 24


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 Number of joint
activities (field

trials, workshops,

trainings, capacity

building of

farmers,

exhibitions, field

days) undertaken

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 100 210

Agriculture,

Rural and

Urban

Development

Adapting Agriculture to

Climate Change

No of farms

practicing

conservation

agriculture

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 600 1000

No. of farms soil

and water

conservation

structures

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 600 1000

No of water

harvesting

structures

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 8 16

No. of drip kits

procured and

distributed

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 200 400

No. of solar water

pumps procured,

distributed and in

use

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 400 800

No of trees planted 0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 20,000 40000

No of greenhouses

procured and

installed

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 200 400

No of enterprises

promoted

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 10 20


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No of storage

facilities put up

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 20 40

Agriculture,

Rural and

Urban

Development

Monitoring and

evaluation

No of M&E Visits 0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 96 160

No. of M&E

strategies

developed

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 6 10

Agriculture,

Rural and

Urban

Development

Policy development ,

review and

implementation

No. of policies and

legislations

reviewed and

developed (crops,

agribusiness,

extension, research

and development,

mechanization,

M&E)

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 6 6

No. of regulations

developed

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 6 6

No. of strategies

developed

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 6 10

Agriculture,

Rural and

Urban

Development

Kenya crops and dairy

markets systems

development

No. of value chains

promoted


0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 5 5

No of agro-dealers

selling quality

inputs

2


Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 2


150


250


No. of new

aggregation centres

established

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 30 50


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No. of private sector

actors engaged in

the VC

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 6000 10000

No. of households

with kitchen

gardens

0 Department

of

Agriculture

CCO - Agric 0 6000 10000


b) Sub-sector: Livestock (M&E)

Sector Programme Outcome indicators Baseline Source of Data Reporting

Responsibility

Situation

in 2018

Mid-

term

Target

(2020)

End-term

Target

(2022)

Agriculture,

Rural and urban

development

Delivery and coverage

of extension services

improved

No. of livestock farmers

and groups trained


10000 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

10000 45000 75000

No of appropriate

technologies

disseminated

20 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

20 90 120

No. of on farm

demonstration and visits

1000 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

1000 6000 10000

No of field days and

shows held

3 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

3 18 24

No. of livestock

technology booklets

developed

1 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

1 1700 5200

No of technical staff

recruited (diploma and

degree level)

6 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

6 12 12


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No of technical staff

trained

4 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

4 6 10

No of motor vehicles

purchased

2 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

2 2 2

No of motor cycles

purchased

15 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

15 9 15

No of field offices

constructed and

equipped

3 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

3 3 5

ICT and information

management system

developed and

implemented.

Livestock resources

mapping /baseline

survey conducted

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 1 1

Livestock management

Information Systems

developed and in use.

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 1 1

Quality breeding

materials produced and

distributed to farmers.

No of livestock

multiplication centers/

farmer groups in

operation.

4 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

4 30 50

Intensive beef

production units

developed

No of feedlot units

operational

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 1 1

Adequate forage

available for livestock

throughout the year.

Acreage under improved

pasture.

600 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

600 1500 2500

No of hay bales

harvested.

10000 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

10000 60000 100000


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No of hay barns

constructed

10 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

10 15 25

Tractors 0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 4 4

No of mechanized hay

balers purchased

1 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

1 4 4

Hay cutter and hay rake 0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 4 4

Manual hay balers and

brush cutters

100 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

100 300 500

Women and youth

groups supported to

improved livelihoods

(social protection)

No of meat goats

purchased

120 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

120 3000 5000

No of dairy goats

purchased

120 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

120 300 500

No of dairy cattle

purchased

20 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

20 150 250

No of chicken purchased 3000 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

3000 15000 25000

No of rabbits purchased 100 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

100 1500 2500


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No of doper sheep

purchased

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 1500 2500

Alternative livestock

production practices

promoted.

No. of modern pig stay 4 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

4 1 1

No of pigs purchased 0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 10 10

No of feeds and

equipment bought

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 30 50

Training of pig keepers 0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 300 500

Alternative livestock

production practices

promoted.

No of demonstration

apiaries operational

4 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

4 30 50

No of modern beehives

bought

5 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

5 400 850

No of honey processing

plants operational

2 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

2 3 5

No of beekeepers

trained

200 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

200 1500 2500

Emerging livestock

up-scaled

No of farmers trained

on various emerging

livestock production

0


Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0


300 500


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Type of emerging

livestock introduced

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 6 10

Range resource

utilization and

conservation improved

No of ranchers and

herders trained.

600 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

600 3000 5000

No of ranch plans

developed and

implemented

1 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

1 20 20

No of water pans

constructed/

rehabilitated in ranches.

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 3 4

No of water troughs

constructed

50 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

50 30 50

Km of firebreaks/ access

roads rehabilitated

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 150 250

Promotion of livestock

product processing

No of farmers trained on

value addition

technologies

2000 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

2000 3000 5000

No of livestock based

processing industries

supported

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 3 2

Milk value addition

and marketing

promoted

No of milk traders

trained

70 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

70 60 100

No of operational milk

bars licensed

70 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

70 60 100


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No of milk collection

centers established

10 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

10 6 8

No of cooling tanks

purchased

6 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

6 6 8

No of milk cooperatives/

groups strengthened

3 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

3 4 4

No of milk processing

plant

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 1 1

Access to market of

livestock and livestock

products improved

No of poultry bandas /

sheds constructed in

major markets

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 3 5

Poultry slaughter facility 0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 4 6

No of livestock auction

rings/ holding grounds

constructed

1 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

1 3 6

No of loading rumps

constructed

1 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

1 3 5

Construction of export

grade abattoir

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 1 1

No of pig slaughter

facilities

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 1 1


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Livestock market

information system

supported

No of market

information systems

operational

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 1 1

No of market

information collectors

trained

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 120 200

Early warning systems

developed

Livestock situation

assessment and outlook

report conducted

2 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

2 6 10

Awareness on climate

change effects created

Seasonal weather and

climate change

advisories disseminated.

2 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

2 6 10

No of community agents

trained

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 60 100

Reduce risks of loss of

livestock during

drought

No of animals in off-take 200 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

200 1200 2000

Emergency livestock

feed

No of bags of drought

cubes

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 600000 1000000

No of hay bales 10000 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

10000 600000 1000000

Emergency water

tracking

Trucks of water 0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 300 500

Risks due to drought

risks eradicated

Excavation of water

pans for livestock use in

drought risk areas

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 3 5


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Capacity building on

livestock insurance

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 3000 5000

Emergency restocking No of meat goats

purchased

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 6000 10000

Policies and strategies

developed and

implemented

No of policies and

implementation

framework developed

and implemented

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 3 5

No of strategies

developed and

implemented

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 3 5

On farm Livestock

research developed and

disseminated

On farm research

demonstration sites

developed

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 1 1

Grants to support

livestock research

projects, studies and

trials.

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 6 10

No. of Research outputs

disseminated

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 6 10

An M&E system

developed.

No of M&E Visits 0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

0 6 10

No of M&E reports 2 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock

& Fisheries

2 6 10

c) Veterinary Sub-Sector

Sector Programme Outcome indicators Baseline Source of Data Reporting

Responsibility

Situation

in 2018

Mid-term

Target

(2020)

End-term

Target

(2022)


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Animal and zoonotic

disease control


Number of cattle

dips constructed and

rehabilitated

74 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

74 6 10

Number of crushes

constructed

86 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

86 30 50

Number of slaughter houses

constructed, rehabilitated

28 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

28 3 5

Mapping, titling department

lands and assets for

infrastructure development

Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

125 135

No. of Samples collected


200 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

200 18000 30000

No. of Samples processed 0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

200 18000 30000

No. of Surveillance visits,


300 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

300 450 750

Number of animals screened


200 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

200 18000 30000

county sanitary and

phytosanitary bills


6 drafts Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

6 drafts 7 7

Number of Diseases

vaccinated against


13 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

13 14 14

Number of diseases treated

against


4 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

4 4 4

Percentage

Animal population covered


40% Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

40% 60% 70%


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No. of Vector control

demonstrations


2 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

2 36 60

Number of Vector surveys 0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

0 36 60

Number of control reports


4 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

4 36 60

Number of Species of

carcasses inspected


3 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

3 3 3

Number of Inspection points

licensed,


0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

0 28 28

Number of stakeholder

trained

On animal branding


0


Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

0


800 1200

Number of animal movements

documented


500 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

500 25000 45000

Animal documentation

verified

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

0 1000 1200


Revenue collected against

animal movement

500,000 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

0.5M 2.5M 4.5M

Dog population

management and

rabies control

Number of pets vaccinated,


1000 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

1000 6000 13000

Number of pets sterilized


50 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

50 700 1400


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Number of pets licensed


0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

0 700 1400


Number of stakeholders

trained


0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

0 400 1400

AWI. promotion Number of cattle inseminated,


1000 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

1000 11500 22000

Number of inseminators

trained


10 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

10 50 90

Number of inseminators

licensed

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

0 60 100

Number of stakeholders

trained

200 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

200 400 800

Promotion of drought

resilience

Number of chicken vaccinated


500 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

500 12000 26000

Number of farms visited


50 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

50 1200 2600

Number of demonstration

conducted


5 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

5

Number and types of emerging

livelihood supports

5 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

5 7 9

Veterinary

inspectorate

services

Number of practitioners

trained,


0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

0 120 200


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Number of practitioners

licensed


42 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

42 120 200

\


Number of practitioners

monitored


42 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

42 120 200

Leather

development

promotion

Number of skin bandas

constructed,

,


6 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

6 12 20

Number of products graded


0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

0 24000 44000

Number of hide and skin

processed


50 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

50 2000 4000

Number of products traded


- Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

- 24000 44000

Number of training conducted


6 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

6 36 48

Number of leather technicians

employed


2 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

2 8 10


Number of leather technicians

trained


0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

0 6 10

Veterinary research

grants

number of research projects

supported

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

0 12 16

Veterinary

extension services

Number of farm visits 500 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

500 5000 11000


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Number of demos conducted


0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

0 48 60

Number of trade shows

conducted

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

0 4 10


d) Fisheries Sub-Sector


Sector Programme Outcome indicators Baseline Source of Data Reporting

Responsibility

Situation in

2018

Mid-term

Target

(2020)

End-

term

Target

(2022)

Agric.

&urban

Dev.

Fisheries

development and

management

No. fish hatcheries

constructed.


0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

1 1

No of Fingerlings

for stocking ponds


14 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

420 970

No. of Fish ponds

rehabilitated

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

120 200

No. of fish ponds

constructed

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

300 500


Improved extensions

services

No. of fish feed

processing plants

operationalized

1 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

1 1 1

No. of technical staff

recruited

10 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

10 6 10

No. of fisher forks

trained.

200 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

200 1200 2300


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Farm Visits and

demonstrations

200 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

200 1800 3000


Capture Fish

development

No. of Modern

landing sites

developed in lake

Jipe ( Kachero and

Mkwajuni)

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

1 2 2

No of trainings for

Beach Management

Unit

2 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

2 12 20

Reports-Tonnage of

Fish produced from

cages.

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

0 50 100

Food safety Quality

assurance

No. of Post-harvest

technology adopted

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

2 5 10

No. fish markets

Improved and

accessed

0 Department of

Livestock &

Fisheries

CCO Livestock &

Fisheries

0 3 5


e) Urban Development Sub-Sector (M & E)

Sector Programme Outcome

indicators

Baseline Source of

Data

Reporting

Responsibility

Situation in 2018 Mid-

term

Target

(2020)

End-

term

Target

(2022)

Agriculture,

Rural & Urban

Renewal

Land Policy No of policies

developed and

legislations

enacted

0 Dept. of lands,

Environment

& NARE

CCO-Lands,

Environment &

NARE

0 policies and

legislations

2 4

Land Use

Planning

No of spatial plans

developed

0 Dept. of lands,

Environment

& NARE

CCO-Lands,

Environment &

NARE

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No of Urban areas

integrated

development

plans

0 Dept. of lands,

Environment

& NARE

CCO-Lands,

Environment &

NARE

0 Urban areas

integrated

development

plans

3 3


No of Local

Physical

Development

Plans Developed

3 Dept. of lands,

Environment

& NARE

CCO-Lands,

Environment &

NARE

3 local physical

development

plans developed

15 25

No of Urban

settlement plans

developed

0 Dept. of lands,

Environment

& NARE

CCO-Lands,

Environment &

NARE

2 settlement plans

developed

10 14

No of short term

plans developed

0 Dept. of lands,

Environment

& NARE

CCO-Lands,

Environment &

NARE

0 9 13

No of Settlement

schemes upgraded

6 Dept. of lands,

Environment

& NARE

CCO-Lands,

Environment &

NARE

6 8 10

No of sensitization

programme held

1 Dept. of lands,

Environment

& NARE

CCO-Lands,

Environment &

NARE

1 16 24

Spatial data

infrastructure

No of GIS systems

developed

0 Dept. of lands,

Environment

& NARE

CCO-Lands,

Environment &

NARE

0 1 1

No of

development

control system

developed

0 Dept. of lands,

Environment

& NARE

CCO-Lands,

Environment &

NARE

0 1 1

No of county

addressing system

developed

0 Dept. of lands,

Environment

& NARE

CCO-Lands,

Environment &

NARE

0 1 1


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Land Survey and

mapping

No of surveys

conducted

6 Dept. of lands,

Environment

& NARE

CCO-Lands,

Environment &

NARE

6 80 120

No of awareness

creation forums

held

5 Dept. of lands,

Environment

& NARE

CCO-Lands,

Environment &

NARE

5 16 24


6.3.2. Education and Training (M&E)

Table 19: Summary of M&E Outcome indicators Education and Training

Sector Programme Outcome

indicators

Baseline Source of Data Reporting

Responsibility

Situation in

2018

Mid-term

Target (2020)

End-term

Target (2022)

ECDE service

improvement

ECDE feeding


Capacity building

Increased

enrolment

10,230 County

Department of

Education

CCO Education &

Libraries

10,230 children

in PPI and PPII

1500 2500

Improved

service delivery

0 County

Department of

Education

CCO Education &

Libraries

0 9 15

Establishment of

ECDE centres

Increased access

to ECDE

0 County

Department of

Education

CCO Education &

Libraries


0

50 90140


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Capitation / grants Improved

quality

education

40% County

Department of

Education

CCO Education &

Libraries

40% of

approved

capitation

100% 100%

Quality and standard

assurance


Adequate Staffing

Improved

quality

education

0 County

Department of

Education

CCO Education &

Libraries

Zero quality

assurance officer

0

5 5

Quality

education

367 County

Department of

Education

CCO Education &

Libraries

367 teachers

employed

485 683

Performance

contracting

Enhanced target

achievement

0 County

Department of

Education

CCO Education &

Libraries

0 864 1063

Child care

improvement

Improved child

care

0 County

Department of

Education

CCO Education &

Libraries

0 1 1

Number of child

care facilities

developed

0 County

Department of

Education

CCO Education &

Libraries

0 4 36

Number of

baseline survey

conducted on

school going age

children.

0 County

Department of

Education

CCO Education &

Libraries

0 1 1

Vocational

Education and

Training

Capacity building Trainers and

BOMs in VTCs

were not

inducted

0 County

department of

education

CCO Education &

Libraries

Number of

trainers trained

0

191 407

0 CCO Education &

Libraries

Number of

BOM inducted

and Trained

0

36 48

Infrastructure

improvement

24VTCs

operational

24 County

department of

education

CCO Education &

Libraries

Number of

VTCs

operational

24

33 37


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Table 20: Summary of M&E Outcome indicators Education and Training


Capitation/grants 2300 trainees 2300

County

department of

education

CCO Education &

Libraries

Number of

trainees

Certified

2300

2600 2800

Number of

Examination fees paid

0 County

department of

Education

CCO

Education&

Libraries

0 1300 1400

VTCS equipping 24 VTCS partial

equipped

24 County

department of

education

CCO Education &

Libraries

Number of

VTCS Equipped

24

15 33

Quality and standard

assurance

Only one VTCS

registered by

Taveta

1 County

department of

education

CCO Education &

Libraries

Number of

VTCs registered

1

29 33

Adequate staffing 178 trainers 178 County

department of

education

CCO Education &

Libraries

Number of

trainers

Employed

178

186 310

Performance

contracting

None

0

0

County

department of

education CCO

Education &

Libraries

CCO Education &

Libraries

Number of staff

on performance

contracting

0

200 200

Skill Sponsorship

program

0 0 County

Department

Of

Education

CCO

Education &

Libraries

Number of

persons /youth

sponsored


0

2200 2600


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Sector Programme Outcome

indicators
Baseline Source of Data Reporting

Responsibility

Situation in

2018

Mid-term

Target

(2020)

End-term

Target

(2022)

Home

craft

Home craft

improvement

Industrialization of

home craft

Number of Home

craft workshops and

show rooms0


County

department of

Education

CCO Education &

Libraries

Small scale

home craft

activities0

12 40S

Home craft policy

formulated0

County

department of

Education

CCO Education &

Libraries

0 1 1


Sector Programme Outcome

indicators
Baseline Source of Data Reporting

Responsibility

Situation in

2018

Mid-term

Target

(2020)

End-term

Target

(2022)

Library

services

Mobile library Increased access

to revision books

to candidates

72% County

department of

Education

CCO Education &

Libraries

72% reach of

primary and

secondary

schools0

85% 95%

Number of mobile

Library tracks

0 County

Department

Of

Education

CCO

Education &

Libraries

0 24 52

Establishment of

academic libraries

Increased

accessibility to a

variety of reading

materials

0 County

department of

Education

CCO Education &

Libraries

0 24 52

County Public

Library Policy

formulation

Improved library

management

services

0 County

department of

Education

CCO Education &

Libraries

0 1 1


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Sector Programme Outcome

indicators
Baseline Source of Data Reporting

Responsibility

Situation in

2018

Mid-term

Target

(2020)

End-term

Target

(2022)

Education
scholarship, loans

and bursaries

program

Increased access

to education

14333 County

department of

Education

CCO Education &

Libraries

Fewer students

supported,

loans 557,

bursaries

13,800,

Scholarships

76, Total

14,433

900 2000

National

examination

support program

Improved

students’

performance

0 County

department of

Education

CCO Education &

Libraries

Candidates are

partially

supported.0

90 151

Education statistics

; Education

management

information system

(EMIS)

Enhanced access

to prompt and

real-time

disaggregated

education data

0 County

department of

County

department of

Education

CCO Education &

Libraries

0 1 1

Education sector

plan

Increased access

and quality to

education

0 County

department of

Education

CCO Education &

Libraries

0 2 2

Strategic plan Increases access

and quality to

education

0 County

department of

Education

CCO Education &

Libraries

0 1 2

Research Quality education

and training

0 County

department of

Education

CCO Education &

Libraries

0 1 2


Co-curricular

Support

Increased student

participation.

0 County

department of

Education

CCO Education &

Libraries

0


24 45


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Sector Programme Outcome

indicators
Baseline Source of Data Reporting

Responsibility

Situation in

2018

Mid-term

Target

(2020)

End-term

Target

(2022)

Mentorship career

and guidance

Quality

Education

training

0 County

department of

education

CCO

Education &Libraries

Number of

mentorship

sessions done

24 60

Specialized

program

Quality SNE

services

0 County

Department of

education

CCO

Education &

Libraries

Number of

SNE students

supported

0

1 1

0 County

Department of

Education

CCO

Education &

Libraries

A county

policy on

special needs

0

1 1

0 County

Department of

Education

CCO

Education&

Libraries

Number of

SNE centres

constructed

and equipped

0

6 8

0 County

Department

Of Education

CCO

Education &

Libraries

Number of

SNE teachers

Trained

0

8 12


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6.3.3. Health Services

Table 21: Summary of M&E Outcome indicators – Health Services

Sector Programme Outcome Indicators Baseline Source of Data
Report

Responsibility

Situation

in 2018

Midter

m

Target

(2020)

End

term

Target

(2022)

HEALT

H

GENERAL

ADMINISTRATION,

PUBLIC POLICY,

FINANCING AND

INFRASTRUCTURE

Human Resource for Health

Strategic Plan available
0

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
1 3 5

No. of new staff recruited (note

1)
168

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 168 167 270

No. of new staff inducted 0
Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 0 315 418

No of new and existing staffs on

the payroll
1490

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services

1490 4886 8354

No. of staff appraised 0
Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
0 3262 5648

Training needs assessment

report available
0

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 0 3 5

No. of staff on long term

trainings
61

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 61 180 300


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No. of staff exiting service

through retirement
20

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services

20 42 80

No. of staff promoted 268
Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
268 456 456

Availability of reward policy 0
Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
0 3 3

% of data updated in IHRIS 88%
Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
100% 100% 100%

No. of best performing health

workers rewarded
6

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 6 114 114

No. of staff participated in team

building
0

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 0 150 275

AWP in place 1
Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 1 3 5

PBB developed 1
Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 1 3 5

County Health Strategic plan

available
1

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 1 3 5

No. of HFC gazette 56
Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 56 15 15

No. of reports for CHMT &

SCHMT support supervision

conducted

20

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
20 6 100


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No. of RBF support

supervisions conducted by

SCHMT & CHMT

20

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
20 60 100

No. of Stakeholders forums

conducted
20

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 20 60 100

No. of data review meeting

conducted
52

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 52 156 260

No of HMIS Tools reproduced

and distributed
28612

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 28612 85836 143060

No of CHMT

&SCHMTs(CHMT 5,SCHRIO

Sand Team Leaders) receiving

Computers

42

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services

42 13 13

No. of facilities face lifted 64
Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
64 18 30

No. of new health facilities

constructed and Operationalize
6

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
6 3 3

No. of Mortuary bays

constructed
0

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 0 2 2

No. of facilities connected with

electricity
13

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 13 3 5

No. of facilities with power

upgrade
1

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 1 3 5

No. of facilities with functional

generators
5

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 5 5 7


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No. of new maternity blocks

constructed and operationalized
15

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
15 6 12

No. of laboratory blocks

constructed and operationalized
8

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
8 6 10

No. of new staff houses

constructed
40

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 40 26 44

No. of existing staff houses

renovated
30

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 30 19

No. of Air conditioners installed

in drug stores/ pharmacies
10

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
10 57 57

No. of new ambulances

purchased
10

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 10 6 10

No. of new utility vehicles

purchased
6

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 6 4 6

No. of existing ambulances

retrofitted
6

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 6 8 8

No. of utility vehicles repaired 8
Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 8 8 8

No. of functional motor bikes 15
Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 15 20 35

No. of functional utility vehicles 8
Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 8 11 15

No. of motor bikes repaired 30
Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
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No. of ICU/HDU constructed 1
Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 1 1 1

No. of plant and equipment

procured and installed (note)
4

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 4 2 4

Preventive and maintenance

plan available in all the major

hospitals

5

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
5 5 10

No. of Reports on disposal of

idle, expired health products

and obsolete items

5

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
5 3 5

No. of annual financial

statements prepared and

submitted to County Treasury

1

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services

1 3 5

No. of updated asset register

available in all facilities
5

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
70 70

No. of over 60 years registered

with NHIF
17,000

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 17,000 25000 60000

No. of annual target setting

reports on revenue collection
5

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 5 3 5

No. of staff trained on research

methodologies
34

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
34 75 135

No. of operational research

conducted
0

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 0 6 8

No. of outbreak investigations

reports
10

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

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No. of SOPs reviewed and

distributed
0

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
0 3 5

No. of QIT & WIT trainings

conducted
45

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 45 27 45

No. of Customer satisfaction

surveys conducted
0

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 0 372 372

No. of facilities displaying

service charters
50

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 50 62 62

No. of facilities with active

complaints and compliment

committees

5

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
5 62 62

No. of facilities operating a

customer care desk
5

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 5 15 25

No. of reports for benchmarking

visits by QITs
5

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 5 6 8

No. of Staff trained on QI 500
Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
500 900 900

No. of QIT meetings held 180
Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
180 108 108

s
PREVENTIVE

SERVICES

No of targeted under 1’s

provided with LLITN’s
7781

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 7781 25756 44145

No of health talk conducted 0
Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
0 469 832

No of world malaria days

commemorated
0

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
0 3 5

No of ACF sessions held 12
Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 12 72 120


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No of DRTB clinical meetings

held
6

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services

6 108 180

No of county TWG meetings

held
1

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
1 12 20

No of health talk conducted 142
Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
142 469 832

No of TB defaulters traced 39
Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
39 180 350

No of MDR TB Surveillance

cases conducted
60

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services

60 220 407

No of health worker’s capacity

build on TB, Leprosy and lung

diseases

30

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 30 360 600

No of sensitizations on

TB/Leprosy to CHVs contacted
4

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 4 165 295

No of support supervision

conducted
48

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
48 180 300

No of World TB days

commemorated
1

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
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No of HIV + pregnant mothers

receiving preventive ARV’s
250

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services

250 2050 3594

No of eligible HIV clients on

ARV’s
4148

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 4148 13730 24068

No. new of clients enrolled in

care
1006

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
1006 3330 5838

No of HEI followed up for 18

months
307

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 307 1020 1789

No of HIV clients started on

isonizid preventive therapy (

IPT)

1499

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
1499 13730 10338

No of county TWG meeting

done
0

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 0 12 20

No of MDT meetings done 16
Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
16 1980 3300

No of health talks done 240
Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
240 3380 6270

No of enhanced adherence

sessions done
12

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 12 2016 3432

No of meetings done for

adolescents and youth living

with HIV

4

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
4 54 90

Number of care givers meetings

done
1

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 1 54 90


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No of support supervision

meetings done
16

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 16 288 480

No. of training for capacity

building done to health care

workers

5

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 5 60 100

No of World HIV days

commemorated
1

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
1 3 5

CCO- Health

Services

No of sub county Cascos

meeting done
3

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 3 12 20

No of unsuppressed clients

meetings done
6

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
6 1980 3300

No of weekly reports submitted 3692
Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 3692 13260 22100

No of H/Ws capacity build on

IDSR &disaster management
0

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 0 90 150

No of AFP cases detected &

investigated early
9

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 9 6 10

No of Surveillance activities

done on VPDs
0

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 0 30 50

No of measles specimens

collected and sent to reference

Lab

9

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 9 24 40

No of cases detected and

followed up
14

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 14 6 10

No of disaster management

contingency plans formulated
0

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

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No of H/Ws and CHVs capacity

build on disaster management
0

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
0 240 400

No of client identified &

referred for health services from

community

824

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
824 2885 5302

No of health action days done 48
Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 48 463 935

No of health dialogue days

conducted
52

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 52 583 1055

No of CHU established 35
Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
35 141 265

No of CHVs trained on

Technical modules
0

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 1484 5172 9220

No of CHCs trained 77
Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 77 288 888

No of CHAs/CHOs quarterly

review meetings held
0

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 0 12 20

No of quarterly support

supervision conducted
0

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 0 12 20

No of Annual general meeting

held
0

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 0 3 5

No of health promotion

messages developed and

disseminated

0

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
0 18 30


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No of IEC materials developed

and disseminated
0

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 0 540 1020

No of Radio show sessions aired 0
Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 0 12 20

No of community sensitization

meetings conducted on latrine

provision and use

149

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services

149 558 930

No of hygiene and sanitation

promotion session conducted at

the community

462

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
462 1746 3537

No of H/hold with access to

latrine and Hand/Washing

facilities

70206

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
70206 72426 73902

No of villages certified and

celebrated ODF
19

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 19 741 2451

No of school age children

dewormed
89614

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 89614 92425 93209

No of World toilet day

commemorated
1

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 1 3 5

No of food handlers medically

examined
4345

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 4345 4790 5500

No of periodic food and water

samples collected and subjected

for analysis

56

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
56 61 120


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No. of Business premises

comply with Cap 242, 254,

Other legislations e.g. EMCA ,

Building Code Tobacco and

Liquor control act.

2300

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services

2300 3500 4200

No. of building plans approved. 297
Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 297
350 520

No of schools with adequate

hygiene and sanitation facilities
161

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
161 181 202

No of school implementing

Menstrual Hygiene

management programmes

11

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
11 48 64

No of schools with active

Health Clubs
11

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 11 48 64

No of world menstrual health

days commemorated
1

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 1 3 5

No of global Hand washing Day

commemorated
1

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 1 3 5

No of modern incinerator

installed
1

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 1 3 5

No of Modern incinerator

serviced and maintained
1

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 1 5

No of Incinerator maintained

and rehabilitated
3

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 3 31 41

No of new Incinerators

constructed
1

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 1 23 23


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No of placenta pit constructed 10
Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 10 44 64

No of Health workers Capacity

building a on IPC done
400

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
400 1500 3000

No of SOPs on IPC developed 62
Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 62 72 96

No of IPC equipment and

supplies Provided
0

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 0 384 640

No of quarterly IPC meetings

held
5

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 5 136 264


No of children12-59 dewormed 2800
Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 2800 3131 3452

No of children exclusively

breastfed
5062

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 5062 5062 5582

No of children 6-11 months

supplemented with Vitamin A
5402

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
5402 5402 5956

No of children 12-59 months

supplemented with Vitamin A
37727

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
37727 37727 41595

No of U5s referred for

Management of Acute

Malnutrition.(NEW)

2702

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
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No of pregnant and lactating

women referred for

IMAM(New)

106

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
106 106 118

No of nutritional equipment

procured(combo scales)
8

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 8 30 64

No of H/W capacity build on

IMAM
60

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 60 100

No of HCWs trained on

MIYCN
60

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 60 60 100

No of HCWs trained on VAs

and MNPs
60

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 60 60 100

No of HCWs trained on IFAS 30
Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 30 30 90

No HCWs trained on LMIS 40
Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
40 40 120

No of HCWs trained on BFCI

and growth monitoring
0

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 0 60 90

No of CHVs trained on BFCI

and growth monitoring/

Nutrition basic package

200

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services

200 1200 2800

No of nutritional surveys

conducted
1

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 1 1 1

No of Malezi bora Activities

conducted
2

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 2 6 10


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No of HCWs trained on

prevention/management/control

of diet related NCDs

0

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
0 240 510

No of nutrition mass

screening/outreaches conducted
4

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
4 16 44

No of nutrition coordination

forums held
4

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 4 10 18

No of health workers trained on

nutrition in HIV/TB
60

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 60 240 500

No of public awareness

meetings conducted
142

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 142 469 822

No of integrated medical camps

conducted
16

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 16 48 80

No of HWs capacity build on

Prevention and management of

NCDs

210

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
210 697 1222

No of Advocacy activities for

all NCDs conducted
16

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 16 48 80

No of women of Reproductive

age receiving family planning
50371

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services

50371 58311 64288

No of community awareness

meetings on FANC
394

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 3 458 505


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No of sensitization meetings

with TBA conducted
16

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 16 48 80

No of facilities providing

mother friendly services
87

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 87 87 87

No of community sensitization

meetings on male involvement

done

16

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
16 48 80

No of reports on maintenance of

EPI equipment
56

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
56 168 280

No of integrated outreaches

conducted
239

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 239 277 305

No of HWS trained on IMCI 155
Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 155 550 650

No of HWs capacity build on

neonatal care
60

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 60 232 256

No of HWs trained on kangaroo

mother care
10

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 10 500 700

No of defaulters traced in

Immunization
111

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 111 129 142

No of children fully immunized 7964
Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 7964 9,219 10164

No of children attending CWC 16830
Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 16830 19,483 21480

No of facilities offering YFS 6
Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
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CURATIVE

SERVICES

No of referred clients reaching

referral unit
376

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 376 457 504

Emergency contingency plans

(including referral plans)
0

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
0 5 5

No new outpatient cases

attributed to road traffic

accidents

7806

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 7806 6358 5738

new outpatient cases attributed

to other injuries
7788

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 7788 6343 5725

N0 0f patients admitted with

cancer
50

Dept. of Health

services

CCO- Health

Services 50 105 205

No. of patients recommended

for dialysis receiving the

services

20

Dept. of Health

services

CCO- Health

Services 20 85 160

Number of clients seeking

dental services
3552

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
3552 4,317 4759

CCO- Health

Services

No of new outpatients with

mental health conditions
2106

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 2106 1,715 1548

Number of clients receiving eye

services
2404

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
2404 2,922 3222

CCO- Health

Services

Number of clients accessing

ENT services
838

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 838 1,019 1123

No of under 5’s treated for

diarrhea
9478

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 9478 7720 6967


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No of new outpatient’s cases

with high blood pressure
13070

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
13070 9234 7563

No of new clients diagnosed

with diabetes
2082

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 2082 1,696 1531

No under 5’s stunted 4344
Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 4344 3,538 3193

No under 5 underweight 10624
Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 10624 8,653 7809

No new outpatient cases

attributed to gender based

violence

54

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 54 44 40

No of fevers tested positive for

malaria
4020

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services

4020 3274 2955

No of TB clients detected 516

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
516 597 659

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services

Number of clients referred for

imaging services
13066

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 13066 15882 17510

Number of clients referred for

lab services
17144

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 17144 20839 22975

Bed Occupancy Rate 42.50%

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
42.50% 62.20% 68.60%


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Average length of stay (ALOS) 4
Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 4 2 2

No of clients receiving

physiotherapy services
3246

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
3246 3946 4350

No of clients receiving

occupational therapy services
2500

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 2500 3039 3350

No of clients receiving

orthopaedic services
1952

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 1952 2373 2616

No of newborns with low birth

weight


290

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
290 236 213

Number of deliveries conducted

by skilled health attendance
7618

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services

7618 9260 10209


No of facility based maternal

deaths (per 100,000 live births)
15

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
15 0 0

No of facility based fresh still

births (per 1,000 live births)
82

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 82 67 60

No maternal audits/deaths

audits
8

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 8 0 0


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% bodies done post-mortem 34.90%

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
34.9% 40%

44%


number bodies embalmed 70%
Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
70%% 100% 100%

No. of facilities secured by

specialized security firm

0 Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services

0 5 5

No of facilities with good

landscaping
10

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 10 13 13

No of facilities with recreational

gardens
0

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 0 27 27

No of facilities with perimeter

fence
2

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 2 32 64

No of hospitals with Disabled

friendly infrastructure (Stair

cases & Toilets)

0

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 0 3 5

No of facilities with title deeds 0
Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 0 65 65

No. of facilities with contracted

cleaning firms
0

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 0 0 0

No. of facilities with functional

automated laundry services
2

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
2 1 1

No. of facilities with operational

cold rooms
1

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 1 4 4

No. of facilities with catering

committees
2

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 2 7 7


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No of facilities with functional

autoclave
60

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services 60 10 10

No of facilities with days out of

stock for tracer Essential

Medicines and Medical

Supplies (EMMS) for more than

7 days

64

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services

64 32 0

No of days out of stock for key

blood products– per quarter
9

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services
9 3 0

Number of TB patients

completing treatment
405

Dept. of Health

Services
CCO- Health

Services

439 507 626

TB Cure rate 68%
Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 68% 85% 95%

Number Of HIV infants

currently on treatment
340

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
340 537 592

Number Of HIV clients

currently on treatment
4772

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 4772 21754 23984

Number of patients whose viral

load is <1000copies ul
3576

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 3576 19578 21585


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Number of HIV clients started

on isonizid preventive therapy (

IPT)

3437

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
3437 21754 23984


Program 4:

alternative medicine

Number of quarterly meetings

held between conventional and

alternative medicine

practitioners

0

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services

0 12 20

Number of clients referred for

conventional
0

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services 0 60 150

Number of clients accessing

traditional and alternative

medicine

720

Dept. of Health

Services

CCO- Health

Services
720 890 987


6.3.4. ICT, Energy and infrastructure

Table 22: Summary of M&E Outcome indicators – ICT, Energy and infrastructure

Sector Programme Outcome

indicators

Baseline Source of Data Reporting

Responsibility

Situation in

2018

Mid-term

Target (2020)

End-term

Target (2022)

Roads Roads

infrastructure

improvement

Improved Road

Network.

75.2km Dept. of Public

Works, Roads

Infrastructure

CCO – Public works,

Roads & infrastructure

72.2km Done 94.2km 177.2Km

Roads Roads transport

services

Increased

number of road

0 Dept. of Public

Works, Roads

Infrastructure

CCO – Public works,

Roads & infrastructure

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safety

campaigns

Public

Works

Improving

Building

Services.

Improved

Quality Building

Construction

and Maintained

40% Dept. of Public

Works, Roads

Infrastructure

CCO – Public works,

Roads & infrastructure

40% 65% 90%

Public

Works

Housing

Infrastructure

development

Improved living

and working

conditions in

government

buildings

30% Dept. of Public

Works, Roads

Infrastructure

CCO – Public works,

Roads & infrastructure

40% 60% 80%

Public

Works

Establishment

of Fire Service.

Improved

disaster

preparedness

and

management.

2% Dept. of Public

Works, Roads

Infrastructure

CCO – Public works,

Roads & infrastructure

2% 26% 50%

ICT Improved ICT

infrastructure

Improved access

to information

1 Dept. of Public

Works, Roads

Infrastructure

CCO – Public works,

Roads & infrastructure

Point-to-

point

network

Fibre optic and

point-to-point

network

operating


ICT Enhance ICT

Support

Services.

Improved

service delivery

40% Dept. of Public

Works, Roads

Infrastructure

CCO – Public works,

Roads & infrastructure

60% 70% 80%

Energy Increased

Power and

Lighting

Connectivity

Enhanced

accessibility of

communities to

power supply.


60% Dept. of Public

Works, Roads

Infrastructure

CCO – Public works,

Roads & infrastructure

80% 85% 95%

Energy Adoption of

Alternative

energy source

technologies

Increased

Energy

accessibility

10% Dept. of Public

Works, Roads

Infrastructure

CCO – Public works,

Roads & infrastructure

600

Household

using Biogas

and Solar

power

energy.

1350

Households

Connected

2100

Households

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6.3.5. Social Protection, Recreation and Culture

Table 23: Summary of M&E Outcome indicators – Social Protection, Recreation and Culture

Sector Programme Outcome indicators Baseline Source of
Data

Reporting

Responsibility

Situation

in 2018

Mid-

term

Target

(2020)

End-

term

Target

(2022)

Sport Facilitate leagues

and competitions

Improved quality of sports


0

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports


CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports


0


50


70

Rehabilitation of

playgrounds

Improved playgrounds.

2

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports


2


6


12

Construct new

community

playgrounds

Increased number of

playgrounds


8

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports


8


4


8

Equip teams with

play equipment

Improved quality of sports

200

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports


200


340


440

Train Sports

officials

Improved coaching and

officiating standards


300

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports


300


576


776

Policy and legal

framework

A legislated sports programs

and operations.

1 Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports

1 1 2

Youth

Development

Training of youths

on Youth enterprise

development and

30% procurement

preference

Informed youth.

40

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports


40


490


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Equip youth

empowerment

centers

Motivated youth

3

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports


12


18

Construct new

Youth

Empowerment

Centers

Motivated youths

3

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports


3


6


7

Youth Policy frame

work

A legislated youth

environment


0

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports


0


1


1

Youth
volunteerism/
Internship

Skilled experienced youth

0

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports


0


30


50

Career fairs and

exhibitions.

Skilled youth

0

County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports


0


12


30

Cultural

Development

Development of

culture and heritage

policy and

legislation

Regulated cultural practices

0

County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports


0


1


2

Culture activities
and exhibitions

Vibrant culture sub

subsector

0 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports


0


30


75

Preservation of

cultural sites

Secured cultural sites 0 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports


0


3


5


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Talent development

activities

Motivated youth 2 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports


2


17


27

Construction of

cultural centers

Informed community on

cultural issues

0 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports

0 3 5

Construct arts

development halls/

studios

Empowered community 0 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports

0 3 5

Equip artists/

cultural practitioners

Empowered community 0 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports

0 60 100

Development of

social development

policy and

legislation.

Regulated society 0 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports

0 1 2

Equipping social

halls

Motivated communities 5 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports

5 11 15

Training and

Capacity building

Empowered functioning

groups

0 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports

0 60 100

Construction of

children welfare

protection centers.

Improved wellbeing of

children

0 County

Dept. -

Gender,

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports

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Youth &

Sports

Construction of

rescue/recovery

centers

Improved wellbeing of girls

at risk

0 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports

0 3 5

Identification of

most vulnerable

groups.

Registered for social

protection programs.


600

County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports


600


1200


1600

Financial assistance(

DATU Sawazisha

fund)

Economic empowered

special interest group.

600 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports


600


1200


1600

Food security Food secure household 5000 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports

5000 20000 30,0000

Waste management Turned waste products to

wealth.

1 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports


1


15,000


25,000

Green energy

promotion

Reduce carbon emission in

the eco-system.

0 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports


0


60,000


100,000

Relief support Save lives 0 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports

0 1500 2500


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Drought mitigation Resilient community 0 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports

0 6000 10000

Special initiative Increase and retention of

girls in school

0 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports

0 60,000 50,000

Sensitization Enlightened/responsive

community

20 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports

0 240 400

Resource

mobilization

Projects are sufficiently

funded and fully completed


10 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports

10 40 60

Review of policies

and legislation on

gender

mainstreaming

Non-discriminatory policies

and legislation developed

0 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports


0


10


10

Affirmative action

policy

Promote equality and

inclusivity

0 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports

0 1 1

Gender

mainstreaming

Improved gender sensitivity

in all sectors

20 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports

20 50 70

Prevention and

response to GBV

Reduction of GBV cases. 36 County

Dept. -

Gender,

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports

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Youth &

Sports

Develop policy and

legislation o youth

empowerment

Develop a county youth

volunteering policy

Review youth related

policies

0 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports

0 2 2

Construction of

youth friendly

resource centre with

fully equipped ICT

equipment’s in

Wundanyi

Increased access to

information, skills,

networks and knowledge to

youth in the county


0

County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports


0


2


4

Fully equip the

existing youth

friendly centres and

social hall with ICT

equipment in Taveta,

Mwatate and Voi

Informed youth 0 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports


0


3


3

Development of

youth business

incubation centre

Youth embrace

entrepreneurship and

agribusiness as a livelihood

1 County

Dept. -

Gender,

Youth &

Sports

CCO – Gender,

Youth & Sports


1


1


1


6.3.6. Environment, Water and Natural Resources

Table 24:Summary of M&E Outcome indicators – Environment, Water and Natural Resources

Sector Programme Outcome

indicators

Baseli

ne
Source of Data Reporting

Responsibilit

y

Situation in 2018 Mid-term Target

(2020)

End-term

Target (2022)

Environment,

Water and

Environment

management

and protection

Strengthened

governance and

legislative

framework

0 Dept. of ICT

Environment

CCO ICT &

Environment

No operational

Policies

Policies complete

and operational

Policies

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Natural

Resources

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Environment

management

and protection

Improved

(Clean and

healthy)

environment

- Dept. of ICT;

Environment

CCO ICT &

Environment

There is an open

waste

management area

that needs

relocation.

Two waste

management hubs

developed

Three waste

management

hubs developed

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Environment

management

and protection

Strengthened

Resilience and

adaptive

capacity to

climate related

hazards and

natural

disasters

- Dept. of ICT;

Environment

CCO ICT &

Environment

Increase in

resilience has

been reported in

the county. Need

for baseline

evaluation.

Climate

Adaptation fund

developed and 6

advisories

developed and

disseminated

10 advisories

developed and

disseminated

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Environment

management

and protection

Strengthened

Resilience and

adaptive

capacity to

hazards

- Dept. of ICT;

Environment

CCO ICT &

Environment

Increase has been

reported in the

county. Need for

baseline

evaluation.

Emergency fund

available and 8

RM reports

developed and

disseminated

16 (Risk

Management)

RM reports

developed and

disseminated

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Environment

management

and protection

Increased

knowledge and

capacity on

environmental

protection and

management

- Dept. of ICT;

Environment

CCO ICT &

Environment

Increase has been

reported in the

county. Need for

baseline

evaluation.

1 publications and

guidelines in waste

management

developed

2 publications

and guidelines

in waste

management

developed

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Environment

management

and protection

Increased

awareness on

environmental

on

environmental

issues

- Dept. of ICT;

Environment

CCO ICT &

Environment

Increase has been

reported in the

county. Need for

baseline

evaluation.

30% county

residents aware of

environmental

protection

50% county

residents aware

of

environmental

protection

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Forest

resources

Management

Improved

water quality

and

Sustained

water supply

3 Dept. of ICT;

Environment

CCO ICT &

Environment

3 water

catchment areas

were fenced.

There is need to

30% demarcated

and protected

water catchment

areas

50%

demarcated and

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gazette all water

catchments areas.

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Forest

resources

Management

Improved

service

delivery

- Dept. of ICT;

Environment

CCO ICT &

Environment

The activities

have been

coordinated from

the National

Government

staff.

Staff employed for

forest services


Staff employed

for forest

services


Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Forest

resources

Management

Enhanced

survey and

demarcation of

forests and

woodlands

- Dept. of ICT;

Environment

CCO ICT &

Environment

There is under-

utilization of

KEFRI Offices to

disseminate

research findings

to the community

Forest maps

developed


Forest maps

developed


Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Forest

resources

Management

Enhanced

community

involvement in

forest

management

- Dept. of ICT;

Environment

CCO ICT &

Environment

There is under-

utilization of

KEFRI Offices to

disseminate

research findings

to the community

PFM & CFAS

formulation,

Forest/woodland

management plans,

forest management

agreements in

place

PFM & CFAS

formulation,

Forest/woodlan

d management

plans, forest

management

agreements in

place

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Forest

resources

Management

Enhanced

protection of

county forest

and forests on

private land

- Dept. of ICT;

Environment

CCO ICT &

Environment

There is under-

utilization of

KEFRI Offices to

disseminate

research findings

to the community

Forest fire plans,

patrol plans and

reports developed

Forest fire

plans, patrol

plans and

reports

developed

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Forest

resources

Management

Enhanced

catchment

rehabilitation

and degraded

sites bamboo

planting for

conservation

- Dept. of ICT;

Environment

CCO ICT &

Environment

There is under-

utilization of

KEFRI Offices to

disseminate

research findings

to the community

30% water

catchment area of

catchment

rehabilitated

No. of bamboo

seedling raised

50% water

catchment area

of catchment

rehabilitated

No. of bamboo

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Water and

Natural

Resources

Forest

resources

Management

Increased

education

awareness and

extension

services

- Dept. of ICT;

Environment

CCO ICT &

Environment

There is under-

utilization of

KEFRI Offices to

disseminate

research findings

to the community

30% of groups and

schools, Barazas

engaged.

Established

nurseries and No.

of trees planted on

private lands

50% of groups

and schools,

Barazas

engaged.

Established

nurseries and

No. of trees

planted on

private lands

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Forest

resources

Management

Improved

alternative

livelihood

- Dept. of ICT;

Environment

CCO ICT &

Environment

There is under-

utilization of

KEFRI Offices to

disseminate

research findings

to the community

30% of are

Artisans trained

and involved in

bamboo for

alternative

livelihood

50% of are

Artisans trained

and involved in

bamboo for

alternative

livelihood

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Forest

resources

Management

Enhanced

catchment

rehabilitation

and degraded

sites bamboo

planting for

conservation

- Dept. of ICT;

Environment

CCO ICT &

Environment

There is under-

utilization of

KEFRI Offices to

disseminate

research findings

to the community

30% of water

catchment areas

are protected and

reclaimed

50% of water

catchment areas

are protected

and reclaimed

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Forest

resources

Management

Development

of management

plan for natural

and plantation

forests

- Dept. of ICT;

Environment

CCO ICT &

Environment

There is under-

utilization of

KEFRI Offices to

disseminate

research findings

to the community

2 publications of

management plans

2 publications

of management

plans

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Forest

resources

Management

Production of

superior

germplasm for

high value/

flagship

agroforestry

species

Dept. of ICT;

Environment

CCO ICT &

Environment

There is under-

utilization of

KEFRI Offices to

disseminate

research findings

to the community

4 hectares under

seed orchards and

seed stands

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Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Forest

resources

Management

Development

of Non-forest-

based product

value addition

Dept. of ICT;

Environment

CCO ICT &

Environment

There is under-

utilization of

KEFRI Offices to

disseminate

research findings

to the community

2 IGAS (income

generating

Activities)

developed around

forest services

4 IGAS (income

generating

Activities)

developed

around forest

services

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Forest

resources

Management

Strengthening

governance and

development of

legislative

framework

0 Dept. of ICT;

Environment

CCO ICT &

Environment

There is use of

use of National

Legislative

frameworks.

Forest Policy and

the forest act

developed

Forest Policy

and the forest

act developed

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Forest

resources

Management

Development

of

Technologies

for

rehabilitation

of water

catchment and

degraded sites

- Dept. of ICT;

Environment

CCO ICT &

Environment

There is under-

utilization of

KEFRI Offices to

disseminate

research findings

to the community

4 guidelines and

publication

developed.

4 guidelines and

publication

developed.

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Forest

resources

Management

Development

of forest

product and

linkage to

industry/ SMEs

- Dept. of ICT;

Environment

CCO ICT &

Environment

There is under-

utilization of

KEFRI Offices to

disseminate

research findings

to the community

Increase in IGAS

(income generating

Activities

Increase in

IGAS (income

generating

Activities

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Forest

resources

Management

Improved

agroforestry

practices on

farm.

Development

of non-forest

products found

in dryland.

- Dept. of ICT;

Environment

CCO ICT &

Environment

There is under-

utilization of

KEFRI Offices to

disseminate

research findings

to the community

12 farms

incorporating

forest

technologies.

12 farms

incorporating

forest

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Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Forest

resources

Management

Restored hills

and riverine

- Dept. of ICT;

Environment

CCO ICT &

Environment

There is under-

utilization of

KEFRI Offices to

disseminate

research findings

to the community

8 hectares of

riverine

rehabilitated

8 hectares of

riverine

rehabilitated

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Water and

Sanitation

Improved

water quality

and with

sustained water

supply


0 Department of

Water &

Sanitation

CCO -

Technical

Services

Water and

Irrigation

3 water

catchment areas

were fenced.

There is need to

gazette all water

catchments areas.

30% demarcated

and protected

water catchment

areas

50%

demarcated and

protected water

catchment areas

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Water and

Sanitation

Enhanced

sustainable

utilization of

transboundary

water resources

0 Department of

Water &

Sanitation

CCO -

Technical

Services

Water and

Irrigation

There are two

transboundary

water resources

2 water resources

with an

operational

arrangement for

water cooperation

2 water

resources with

an

operational

arrangement for

water

cooperation

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Water and

Sanitation

Improved

ownership and

participation of

local

communities in

water and

sanitation

management

3 Department of

Water &

Sanitation

CCO -

Technical

Services

Water and

Irrigation

There is use of

use of National

Legislative

frameworks.

Policies and

guidelines

complete and

operational

Policies and

guidelines

complete and

operational

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Water and

Sanitation

Increased

water access

for the

development of

Taita Taveta

County

19 Department of

Water &

Sanitation

CCO -

Technical

Services

Water and

Irrigation

The current water

access is at 19%.

44% water

harvesting

facilities developed

69% water

harvesting

facilities

developed

Environment,

Water and

Water and

Sanitation

Improved

project

sustainability

30 Department of

Water &

Sanitation

CCO -

Technical

Services

30% of water

projects were

developed on

public land.

55% of projects

with valid land

ownership

documents

80% of projects

with valid land

ownership

documents


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Natural

Resources

through land

ownership

Water and

Irrigation

However, this is

pending for 90%

of boreholes.

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Water and

Sanitation

Increased water

access for the

development of

Taita Taveta

County

35 Department of

Water &

Sanitation

CCO -

Technical

Services

Water and

Irrigation

35% of County

residents

accessing clean

water

60% of County

residents accessing

clean water

85% of County

residents

accessing clean

water

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Water and

Sanitation

Improved

water project

management

80 Department of

Water &

Sanitation

CCO -

Technical

Services

Water and

Irrigation

80% of

population are

using safely

managed

drinking water

services

90% of population

are using safely

managed

drinking water

services

100% of

population are

using safely

managed

drinking water

services

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Water and

Sanitation

Increased water

access in

emergencies in

Taita Taveta

County

30 Department of

Water &

Sanitation

CCO -

Technical

Services

Water and

Irrigation

100% of County

residents

accessing clean

water in

emergencies

100% of County

residents accessing

clean water in

emergencies

100% of County

residents

accessing clean

water in

emergencies

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Water and

Sanitation

Minimized

impact of

floods on

development

15 Department of

Water &

Sanitation

CCO -

Technical

Services

Water and

Irrigation

15% of flood

management

structures

developed

40% of flood

management

structures

developed

65% of flood

management

structures

developed

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Water and

Sanitation

Wastewater

safely treated

18 Department of

Water &

Sanitation

CCO -

Technical

Services

Water and

Irrigation

18% of

wastewater

treatment

facilities

developed

43% of wastewater

treatment facilities

developed

68% of

wastewater

treatment

facilities

developed

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Water and

Sanitation

Increased

awareness,

capacity and

skills in water,

sanitation and

irrigation

0 Department of

Water &

Sanitation

CCO -

Technical

Services

Water and

Irrigation

There are

currently no

publications

relating to water

and sanitation

access and

40% of appropriate

research and

publications

developed focusing

on water

70% of

appropriate

research and

publications

developed


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irrigation in the

county.

focusing on

water

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Irrigation

Development

Increased Ha

under irrigation

- Department of

Water &

Sanitation

CCO -

Technical

Services

Water and

Irrigation

There are

Smallholder

Irrigation

Developers in the

County

especially

Taveta. There is

need to determine

land area with

access to

irrigation water.

30% of irrigation

schemes developed

50% of

irrigation

schemes

developed

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Irrigation

Development

Improved

functionality of

water canals

- Department of

Water &

Sanitation

CCO -

Technical

Services

Water and

Irrigation

There are

Smallholder

Irrigation

Developers in the

County

especially

Taveta. There is

need to improve

their skills in

water operation,

maintenance and

conservation,

30% increase

quantity of water

for irrigation

50% increase

quantity of

water for

irrigation

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Irrigation

Development

Improved

management

- Department of

Water &

Sanitation

CCO -

Technical

Services

Water and

Irrigation

There are

Smallholder

Irrigation

Developers in the

County

especially

Taveta. There is

need to improve

their skills in

water operation,

maintenance and

conservation,

value addition

30% SHIDs have

skills in Irrigation

Management

50% SHIDs

have skills in

Irrigation

Management


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and market

access.

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Irrigation

Development

Improved

sustainability

of irrigation

projects

- Department of

Water &

Sanitation

CCO -

Technical

Services

Water and

Irrigation

There are

Smallholder

Irrigation

Developers in the

County

especially

Taveta. There is

need for a

baseline to

determine the

registration

documents and

land ownership.

30% SHIDs have

legal land and

registration

documents.

50% SHIDs

have legal land

and registration

documents

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Irrigation

Development

Increased

acreage (Ha)

under irrigation

- Department of

Water &

Sanitation

CCO -

Technical

Services

Water and

Irrigation

There are

Smallholder

Irrigation

Developers in the

County

especially

Taveta. There is

need to determine

land area with

access to

irrigation water.

30% land with

access to irrigation

water reclaimed

50% land with

access to

irrigation water

reclaimed

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Mineral

resources

management

Enhanced

geological

research

publications

and plans

- Department of

Water &

Sanitation

CCO -

Technical

Services

Water and

Irrigation

Specific Site

Geological

examinations

have been

conducted in the

county. There is

need to develop a

comprehensive

study and

undertake special

planning for

3 geological

research and

publications

developed and

disseminated

5 geological

research and

publications

developed and

disseminated


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minerals and

mining.

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Mineral

resources

management

Empowered

communities

living near

mining zones

- Department of

Water &

Sanitation

CCO -

Technical

Services

Water and

Irrigation

Groups have been

trained.

However, the

scope and the

coverage may be

extended to

improve

livelihoods of the

communities near

mining areas.

21 registered

groups trained

35 registered

groups trained

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Mineral

resources

management

Improved

governance in

mining and

mineral

resource

management

- Department of

Water &

Sanitation

CCO -

Technical

Services

Water and

Irrigation

There is existing

national policy in

use.

1 policy

formulated

1 policy

formulated

Environment,

Water and

Natural

Resources

Mineral

resources

management

Increased

compliance to

environmental

legislations

- Department of

Water &

Sanitation

CCO -

Technical

Services

Water and

Irrigation

There is existing

national policy in

use.

Ensure 100%

compliance to

environmental

legislations and

30% reclamation

of abandoned

mines rehabilitated

Ensure 100%

compliance to

environmental

legislations and

50%

reclamation of

abandoned

mines

rehabilitated


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6.3.7. Public Administration and Intergovernmental Relation

Table 25: Summary of M&E Outcome indicators – Public Administration and Intergovernmental Relation

Sector Programme Outcome

indicators

Baseline Source of Data Reporting

Responsibility

Situation

in 2018

Mid-

term

Target

(2020)

End-

term

Target

(2022)

Public service and

intergovernmental

Leadership and Overall

coordination of County

Affairs

Number baraza

done

0 Office of the

Governor

County

Secretary

0 50% 100%

Representation,

Legislative and Oversight


Number of bills 30 County Assembly Clerk of the

assembly

30 40 60

Public service

Management and

Administration

Number of

policies and

reports

0 County Public

Service Board

County chief

Officer- CPSB

0 1 1

Budget Formulation

;implementation; M&E;

and Audit

Implementation

report, audit

reports

5 Dept. of Finance &

Planning

County Chief

officer- Finance

& Planning

10 10 10

County Transformative

programs

Number of

donor/MOU

15 Office of the

Governor

County

Secretary

4 4 4

Efficient Monitoring and

evaluation

1 Draft M&E

Policy

1 Office of the

Governor

County

Secretary

1 0 1

Special initiative No of house hold

to receive

support per year

0 Office of the

Governor

County

secretary

0 1000 1000

Economic planning,

Fiscal policy formulation

and Public finance

management

Budget

compliance

implementation

report

1 Dept. of Finance &

Planning

County Chief

officer- Finance

& Planning

1 2 2

Manage County Staffing,

Human Resource

Development and

improve labour relations

Number of

meeting held

48 County Public

Service Board

County chief

Officer- CPSB

48 48 48


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Town Management Number of

reports

0 Dept. of Public

Service &

Administration

CCO Public

service

Administration

0 24 24


6.3.8. General Economic, Commercial and Labour Affairs

Table 26: Summary of M&E Outcome indicators – General Economic, Commercial and Labour Affairs

Sector Programme Outcome

indicators

Baseline Source of

Data

Reporting

Responsibility

Situation

in 2018

Mid-term

Target

(2020)

End-term

Target (2022)

General Economic,

commercial and labour

affairs

Trade

development and

promotion

No. of markets

constructed


21 Dept. of Trade

& Tourism

CCO- Trade &

Tourism

21 36 44

Tourism

development and

promotion

No. of new tourist

businesses

established

0 Dept. of Trade

& Tourism

CCO- Trade &

Tourism

0 12 20

Co-operative

development and

management

Co-operative

business turnover

75 Dept. of Trade

& Tourism

CCO- Trade &

Tourism

75 100 115

Industrial

development and

investment

No. of value

addition industry

established

1 Dept. of Trade

& Tourism

CCO- Trade &

Tourism

2 2 3


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ANNEX 1(A): ON-GOING PROJECTS

A) Sector: Agriculture, Rural and Urban Development Issues (on-going)


(i) Sub-Sector: Agriculture
Project Name/

Location*


Objectives Targets Description of

Activities (Key

Outputs)

Green Economy

considerations

Cost (Ksh.) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

Procurement of 22.5

Tons of assorted

Traditional / High
Value seed (Green

grams, Cowpeas,

Cassava Cuttings,
Maize, beans)

Improved agricultural

productivity and

sustainable natural
resource management

20 Tons Procurement and

distribution of seed

Nil 2,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture

Procurement of

8000Tissue Culture

Banana plantlets

Improved agricultural

productivity and

sustainable natural

resource management

8000 plantlets Procurement and

distribution of TCB

plantlets

Nil 900,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture

Procurement of 3000

macadamia seedlings,
seed potato, TCB

Improved agricultural

productivity and
sustainable natural

resource management

3200 seedlings Procurement and

distribution of seedlings

Nil 1,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture

Procurement of 6.5
Tons of seed potato

Improved agricultural
productivity and

sustainable natural

resource management

7 Tons Procurement and
distribution of seed

Nil 800,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of
Agriculture

Procurement of 0.5

Tons assorted seed

for Horticulture

Improved agricultural

productivity and

sustainable natural
resource management

0.5 Tons Procurement and

distribution of seed

Nil 0 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture

Rehabilitation of

Sagalla fruit tree

nursery through
production and

grafting of 9000

citrus seedlings

Improved agricultural

productivity and

sustainable natural
resource management

6000 seedlings Production and grafting

of citrus seedlings

Environmental

conservation

1,800,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture

Procurement of

Fertilizer and farm

Promote sustainable

land use and

70 Tons Procurement and

distribution of fertilizer

and FYM

FYM for

environmental

conservation and


572,000


CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


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Yard Manure (87.5
T)

environmental
conservation

reduction of GHG
emission


Desilting of Maganga
water pan (12,000M3

)

Improved agricultural
productivity and

sustainable natural

resource management

1 Excavation works Sustainable agriculture 2,260,250 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of
Agriculture

Desilting Mvita water
pan (4500M3)

Improved agricultural

productivity and

sustainable natural

resource management

1 Excavation works Sustainable agriculture 1,356,150 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture

Wesu water pan

(12000M3)

Improved agricultural

productivity and

sustainable natural
resource management

1 Excavation works Sustainable agriculture 2,260,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture

Excavation of

Sangenyi water pan

Improved agricultural

productivity and
sustainable natural

resource management

1 Excavation works Sustainable agriculture 2,637,332 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture

Excavation of

Mwaranginyi,
Mabongonyi Valley,

Mdenyi Juu water

pan

Improved agricultural

productivity and
sustainable natural

resource management

3 Excavation works Sustainable agriculture 7,911,996 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture

Excavation Uthiani

water pan (10,000M3)

Improved agricultural

productivity and

sustainable natural
resource management

1 Excavation works Sustainable agriculture 2,884,350 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture

Gimba Rock

Catchment

Improved agricultural

productivity and
sustainable natural

resource management

1 Construction of reservoir

wall

Sustainable agriculture 900,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture

Drilling Boniface

Mghanga borehole

Improved agricultural

productivity and
sustainable natural

resource management

1 borehole Drilling of borehole and

installation of auxiliaries

Sustainable agriculture 2,005,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture

Lining of Kimala
main canal

Improved agricultural
productivity and

sustainable natural

resource management

1 canal Procurement of lining
material and lining

Sustainable agriculture 850,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of
Agriculture

4 Green houses
procured and

installed

Promote sustainable
land use and

environmental

conservation

4 green houses Procurement,
distribution and

installation of

greenhouses

Reducing GHGs 816,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of
Agriculture

8 water pumps and 40

pipes procured

Promote sustainable

land use and

8 water pumps Procurement,

distribution and

installation of pipes

Sustainable agriculture 510,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


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environmental
conservation

4 Drip kits for a

quarter of an acre
procured

Promote sustainable

land use and
environmental

conservation

5 drip kits Procurement,

distribution and
installation of drip kits

Sustainable agriculture 248,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture

Procurement of 3
Motorized solo

pumps

Promote sustainable
land use and

environmental

conservation

3 pumps Procurement, and
distribution solo pumps

Sustainable agriculture 171,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of
Agriculture

Procurement and
installation of 3 Agro

processing plants

Enhance accessibility
to market, affordable

inputs and credit

3 agro
processing plants

Procurement,
distribution and

installation of

processing plants

Nil 4.5 Million CGTT 2018-2022 Department of
Agriculture

Procurement of

assorted maize seed

varieties (10 Tons)

Improved agricultural

productivity and

sustainable natural
resource management

10 Tons Procurement and

distribution of seed

Nil 1.8 Million CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture

Procurement of Farm

Yard Manure (14

lorries @ 7 tons)

Promote sustainable

land use and

environmental
conservation

98 Tons Procurement and

distribution of FYM

Reducing GHGs 1,995,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture

Tomato processing

and packaging

machine (1)

Enhance accessibility

to market, affordable

inputs and credit

1 plant Procurement,

distribution and

installation of

processing machine

Nil 1,500,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture

Trench digging and

pipe installation at
Kitivo farms -

Improved agricultural

productivity and
sustainable natural

resource management

1 Trench digging and

installation of pipes

Sustainable agriculture 950,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture

Seed and fertilizer
purchases (assorted)

Improved agricultural
productivity and

sustainable natural

resource management

Procurement and
distribution of seed and

fertilizer

Nil 2,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of
Agriculture

Seed & Fertilizer

(Assorted)

Improved agricultural

productivity and

sustainable natural
resource management

Procurement and

distribution of seed and

fertilizer

Nil 400,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture

Seed distribution

(assorted)

Improved agricultural

productivity and

sustainable natural
resource management

Procurement and

distribution of seed

Nil 400,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture

Rehabilitation of

Mkocheni Farm -

Improved agricultural

productivity and
sustainable natural

resource management

1 Feasibility study and

draining the farm

Sustainable Agriculture 400,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


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Rehabilitation of
Kitivo farms

Improved agricultural
productivity and

sustainable natural
resource management

1 Feasibility study and
draining the farm

Sustainable Agriculture 920,800 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of
Agriculture

Mvita Water Pan -

Purchase of Pipes -

Improved agricultural

productivity and

sustainable natural
resource management

1 Purchase, distribution

and installation of pipes

Sustainable Agriculture 139,600 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture

Manure Improved agricultural

productivity and

sustainable natural

resource management

Procurement and

distribution of FYM

Sustainable Agriculture 150,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture

Maganga water pan - Improved agricultural

productivity and
sustainable natural

resource management

1 Excavation works and

auxiliaries

Sustainable Agriculture 176,400 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture

Macadamia seedlings
(3000)

Improved agricultural
productivity and

sustainable natural

resource management

3000 Procurement and
distribution of

Macadamia seedlings

Sustainable Agriculture 400,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of
Agriculture

Lining of Irrigation
Canal

(Rehabilitation) at

Kimala irrigation

scheme

Improved agricultural
productivity and

sustainable natural

resource management

4 Procurement of lining
material, distribution and

lining of canal

Sustainable Agriculture 850,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of
Agriculture

Procurement of hand

held tractors (4)

Promote sustainable

land use and
environmental

conservation

4 Procurement

,distribution and
demonstrations

Sustainable Agriculture 1,020,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


(ii) Sub-sector: Livestock
Project Name/

Location*


Objectives Targets Description of

Activities (Key

Outputs)

Green Economy

considerations

Cost (Ksh.) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

Establishment of 4
Apiculture

demonstration centers

To develop
demonstration apiaries

for beekeepers

4 in Shigharo,
Msisinenyi,

Mwatunge,

Mwakiki

Buy modern beehives
Train beekeepers

none 1,600,000 CGTT 2016-2018 CO Livestock

Bachuma LMC
Water infrastructure

To improve access to
livestock water

1tank
2 troughs in

Bachuma
holding ground

Build ferro-cement tank,
piping and water trough

none 2,500,000 CGTT 2016-2018 CO Livestock

Livestock

improvement project

To improve livelihood

of women and youth

groups

1000 chicken

100 goats

500 rabbits

Buy cattle, goats and

chicken for distribution

to groups

none 1,100,000 CGTT 2016-2018 CO Livestock


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County livestock
multiplication

programme

To produce improved
animal breeds for

distribution to farmers

Bachuma and
Mwatate farms

Support multiplication
centers with feeds, hay,

vaccines, water etc.

none 2500000 CGTT 2016-2018 CO Livestock


iii) Sub-Sector: Veterinary Services.
Sub-sector Name; VETERINARY DEPARTMENT

Project Name/

Location*


Objectives Targets Description of Activities (Key

Outputs)

Green Economy

considerations

Cost (Ksh.) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

Procure 300 liters’

liquid nitrogen storage

tank and adequate
assorted semen.

Increase

dairy

productivity

County wide Procurement and supply 2,100,000 CGTT 2016-2018 CO-

LIVESTOCK

Livestock AWI

Program

Increase dairy

productivity

County wide Insemination,

synchronizations, pregnancy

diagnosis, AWI. monitoring
and evaluation, training,

extension


Encourage biogas

harness

CGTT 2016-22 CO-

LIVESTOCK

Construction of
Kasighau

SLAUGHTER HOUSE

Safe of food
of animal

origin


Kasighau Completion of
construction


Rehabilitation


Renovation


Consider biogas

harnessing,

proper waste
management


CGTT 2016-18 CO-
LIVESTOCK

Rehabilitation of Iriwa

slaughter house

Iriwa, Mbale 1,200,000) CGTT 2017-18 CO-

LIVESTOCK

Slaughter house

renovation - Bura

station

Bura 500,000 CGTT 2018 CO-

LIVESTOCK


Slaughter house

Mwanda

CGTT 2016-18 CO-

LIVESTOCK


Project Name/

Location*


Objectives Targets Description of Activities (Key

Outputs)

Green Economy

considerations

Cost (Ksh.) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

vaccination FMD, Rabies, CBPP, CCPP Procurement, vaccination, Proper disposal

of vials-incinerate

5,000,000 CGTT 2016-18 CO-

LIVESTOCK

Construction of cattle
and Goat holding

crushes,


-

Kishushe, Mbololo,
Paranga,

Kajire

Procurement, construction,
appraisal


2,000,000

CGTT 2017-18 CO-
LIVESTOCK

Cattle dip at Bura Mission 200,000
200,000

CGTT 2017-18 CO-
LIVESTOCK


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(iv) Sub-sector: Fisheries (on-going)
Project Name/ Location*


Objectives Targets Description of

Activities (Key

Outputs)

Green Economy

considerations

Cost

(Ksh.)

Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

Aqua culture Demonstration

Ponds. Ngerenyi Mwatate,

Voi show ground, New town
Taveta, Wundanyi HPC.

Model farms for

capacity building

8 Pond construction,

Stocking and

Supply of Fish
feeds and fencing

Planting grass on the

dykes

2m CGTT 2018-2019 CGTT

Fish Banda (Cleaning

Shades)- Jipe

Improve quality

post-harvest
management

hygiene

1 Inspection of the

sites,

5m CGTT 2018-2019 CGTT

Mkocheni fish ponds 19 Stocking and supply
of fingerlings

800,000 CGTT 2018-2019 CGTT

Renovation of Jipe Office 1 Replacement of roof

and woodwork in
the building

1.5m CGTT 2018-2019 CGTT

Fencing of Taveta office
compound

Fencing office
compound

300.000 CGTT 2018-2019 CGTT

Kasam fish farmers group Fencing ponds area 500.000 CGTT 2018-2019 CGTT


(v) Sub-Sector: Urban Development (On-going)
Project Name/

Location*

(Adjudication

Sections)

Objectives Targets Description of Activities

(Key Outputs)

Green Economy

considerations

Cost (Ksh.) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing Agency

Kishushe, Godoma
,Ronge Juu & Chawia/

Wumari /Sechu

Demarcation and
survey

600 Demarcation and survey - 1,5000,000.00 GOK JULY 2017 – JUNE
2018

GOK

Kishushe & Godoma Hear and determine
LCC

60 Hear and determine LCC - 100,000.00 GOK JULY 2017 – JUNE
2018

GOK


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B) Sector: Health (on-going)

Project Name/ Location*


Objectives Targets Description of

Activities (Key

Outputs)

Green Economy

considerations

Cost (Ksh.) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

Werugha Health Centre

Werugha Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health

care services and

conducive working

environment

Complete the

Maternity Block.

.


Completion and

equipping of the

Maternity Block.


7,000,000


County

Govt.


2018-22


County

Government

Wesu District Hospital

Werugha Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health

care services and
conducive working

environment

Renovate the

outpatient block.

Complete x ray
department.


Complete and

equipping x ray

department.


1,000,000


County
Govt.


2018-22


County
Government

Kighangachinyi Dispensary

Wusi/Kishamba Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health
care services and

conducive working
environment

Complete the

Maternity Block.
Renovate the old

outpatient block.

Completion and

equipping the
Maternity Block.

1,000,000


County

Govt.


2018-22


County

Government

Bura Model Health Centre

Bura Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health

care services and
conducive working

environment

Complete the staff

house.

Convert the old
dispensary block to

staff houses.

Completion of the

staff house.

3,000,000


County
Govt.


2018-22


County
Government

Bughuta Health Centre
Kasighau Ward

To Provide
Comprehensive health

care services and

conducive working
environment

Complete
Maternity Block.


Maternity Block
completed

equipped and in

use.


7,000,000


County

Govt.


2018-22


County

Government

Mwashuma Dispensary


Bura ward

To Provide
Comprehensive health

care services and

conducive working

environment

Complete
maternity block


Completed
equipped and in

use maternity block

drainage system


2,000,000


County

Govt.


2018-22


County

Government

Mwakitau Health Centre
Bura Ward

To Provide
Comprehensive health

care services and

conducive working
environment

Completion of
maternity block.

Completed and
equipped of

maternity block.


7,000,000


County

Govt.


2018-22


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Marungu Dispensary
Marungu Ward

To Provide
Comprehensive health

care services and
conducive working

environment

Complete
maternity block.

Completed,
equipped and in

use of maternity
block.

5,000,000


County
Govt.


2018-22


County
Government

Salaita Mgungani Dispensary


Ngolia Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health
care services and

conducive working

environment

Complete

dispensary block.


Completed,

equipped and in
use dispensary

block.


7,000,000


County

Govt.


2018-22


County

Government

Challa Dispensary-

Challa Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health
care services and

conducive working

environment

Complete staff

house.

Completed and

occupied staff
house.


5,000,000


County

Govt.


2018-22


County

Government

Rekeke Health Centre and
Kachero Dispensary

Mata Ward

To Provide
Comprehensive health

care services and

conducive working
environment


Complete staff
house and

Dispensary


Completed and
functional staff

house and

dispensary


4,000,000


County

Govt.


2018-22


County

Government

Mahandakini Dispensary
Challa Ward

To Provide
Comprehensive health

care services and

conducive working
environment


Complete the twin
staff house

Completed and
occupied the twin

staff house

6,000,000


County

Govt.


2018-22


County

Government

Paranga Dispensary
Wumingu/Kishushe Ward

To Provide
Comprehensive health

care services and

conducive working
environment


Complete the
dispensary block


Completed,
equipping and in

use the dispensary

block

7,000,000


County

Govt.


2018-22


County

Government

Lumi Dispensary

Challa Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health
care services and

conducive working

environment


Complete the

dispensary block


Completed and

equipped the
dispensary block


7,000,000


County

Govt.


2018-22


County

Government

Shigharo Dispensary

Wundanyi/Mbale ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health
care services and

conducive working

environment


Complete the

dispensary block


Completion and

equipping the
dispensary block


7,000,000


County

Govt.


2018-22


County

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C) Sector: Education and Training (on-going)

Project Name


Physical Location Objectives Targets Description of

Activities (Key

Outputs)

Cost (Ksh.) Source

of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

Completion of Special Unit Dormitory

MWANYAMBO

MWANYAMBO

ECDE

Improve

quality

education 1 classroom

Roofing, flooring, fitting

windows and doors


-

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

BUNGULE YOUTH POLYTECHNIC

HOSTEL BUNGULE

Improve

quality

education 1 Hostel Block Construct a hostel block


3,835,793

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Ndome Youth Polytechnic Infrastructure NDOME

Improve
quality

education

1 Twin workshop

Block

Twin block, two door
toilet and with gutters

and tank


1,900,000

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Wusi ECDE Centre WUSI

Improve
quality

education 1 No classroom 1 No classroom


-

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Rehabilitation Of Josa ECDE Play Field JOSA

Improve

quality
education 1play Field Leveling


-

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Refurbishment of Mwachawaza Youth
Polytechnic

Mwachawaza Youth
polytechnic

Improve

quality
education

2 classrooms
Refurbishment REFURBISHMENT


1,000,000

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Refurbishment of Kidaya Ngerenyi
Youth Polytechnic

Kidaya Ngerenyi
VTCS

Improve

quality
education

1 classroom and

managers office
refurbishment REFURBISHMENT


1,000,000

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION

STATUS FY 2015-2016


Construction of Kamtonga ECDE+ 2
door toilet + water harvesting

KAMTONGA

Improve
quality

education

I No class 2 door
toilet +water

harvesting

I No class 2 door toilet

+water harvesting


568,636

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of Mnamu ECDE ( SUPP)

MNAMU

Improve

quality
education

1 ECDE classroom

1 ECDE classroom

168,790

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Mwashoti ECDE

MWASHOTI

Improve

quality
education

1 ECDE classroom

1 ECDE classroom

111,416

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Barawa ECDE ( Renovation) Proposal ;

new class + Toilet + water harvesting

MWAZANG'OMBE

Improve

quality

education

I No class 2 door

toilet +water

harvesting

I No class 2 door toilet

+water harvesting


494,866

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Saghaighu ECDE- Play field

SAGHAIGHU

Improve

quality

education 1 ECDE play field Leveling


300,000

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Mariwenyi ECDE + 2
door toilet + water harvesting

MARIWENYI

Improve
quality

education

I No class 2 door
toilet +water

harvesting

I No class 2 door toilet

+water harvesting


-

CGTT 2018 -
2022

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Construction of Ndembonyi ECDE + 2
door toilet + water harvesting

RONG'E JUU

Improve
quality

education

I No class 2 door
toilet +water

harvesting

I No class 2 door toilet

+water harvesting


700,000

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of ECDE Mengo + 2 door
toilet + water harvesting

MENGO

Improve
quality

education

I No class 2 door
toilet +water

harvesting

I No class 2 door toilet

+water harvesting


1,001,944

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of ECDE Mambura - Rahai
+ 2 door toilet + water harvesting (

Changed ) (SUPP) RAHAI

Improve
quality

education

I No class 2 door
toilet +water

harvesting

I No class 2 door toilet

+water harvesting


268,366

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of Mwakaleri ECDE + 2

door toilet + water harvesting
RONG'E JUU

Improve

quality
education

I No class 2 door

toilet +water
harvesting

I No class 2 door toilet
+water harvesting


268,346

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Mambura ECDE+ 2 door

toilet + water harvesting (SUPP)
MAMBURA

Improve

quality
education

I No class 2 door

toilet +water
harvesting

I No class 2 door toilet
+water harvesting


1,098,186

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Kironge ECDE (SUPP)

RONG'E JUU

Improve

quality

education

I No class 2 door

toilet +water

harvesting

I No class 2 door toilet

+water harvesting


948,000

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Nganjini ECDE+ 2 door

toilet + water harvesting (SUPP)

RONG'E JUU

Improve

quality

education

I No class 2 door

toilet +water

harvesting

I No class 2 door toilet

+water harvesting


1

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Shelemba ECDE+ 2 door
toilet + water harvesting (SUPP)

SHELEMBA

Improve
quality

education

I No class 2 door
toilet +water

harvesting

I No class 2 door toilet

+water harvesting


-

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Rehabilitation of Mwangea ECDE ( New
building) (SUPP)

MWANGEA

Improve
quality

education

1 ECDE classroom

Classroom construction


330,002

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Rehabilitation of Dembwa ECDE

DEMBWA

Improve
quality

education

1 classroom

Classroom construction


357,940

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Mreshinyi Playing Field - Rehabilitation
of Furusinyi ECDE center ( SUPP) DEMBWA

Improve

quality
education 1 play field Leveling


-

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Saghaighu ECDE play

field
SAGHAIGHU

Improve

quality
education

1 play field

Leveling

2,723,889

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Rehabilitation of playing field -

Vichwala

VICHWALA

Improve

quality

education

1 play field

Leveling


1,300,000

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

VOI SUB COUNTY

Construction of 1 classroom

Mwanyambo special unit

VOI

Improve

quality

education 1 classroom

Construction of 1

classroom

-

800,000

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Kulele ECDE 1 NO.

Classroom (SUPP) Funds increased from

KSH. 600,000.

Kirindinyi Primary Improve

quality

education

1 classroom

Construction of 1

classroom


50,452

CGTT 2018 -

2022

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Construction of Boniface Mghanga
Primary ECDE 1 NO. Classroom (SUPP)

Funds increased from KSH. 600,000.

B. Mghanga
Primary

Improve
quality

education

1 classroom
Construction of 1

classroom


465,155

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Kambito Primary ECDE 1 NO.
Classroom & Toilet

Kambito Primary Improve
quality

education

1 classroom and toilet
Construction of 1

classroom


13,986

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

CONSTRUCTION OF 1NO ECDE
CLASSROOM VOI ECDE

Voi Primary Improve
quality

education 1 classroom

Construction of 1

classroom


822,748

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of Wray preschool

SAGALLA

Improve

quality
education

1 classroom

1 No. classroom

491,354

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Talio preschool 1

classroom + Toilet + Water harvesting
SAGALLA

Improve

quality
education

1 No class, 2 door

toilet, gutters and
water tank

1 No class, 2 door toilet,
gutters and water tank #NULL!

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Sagalla preschool

SAGALLA

Improve

quality

education

1 classroom

1 No. classroom


490,664

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Mwambiti preschool

MWAMBITI

Improve

quality

education

1 classroom

1 No. classroom


552,277

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Mlondo preschool
1classroom + Toilet + Water harvesting

SAGALLA

Improve
quality

education

1 classroom

1 No. classroom


298,817

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of Mchanga preschool 2
classrooms

KAJIRE

Improve
quality

education

2 classrooms

2 No classrooms


399,998

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of Marie preschool

SAGALLA

Improve
quality

education

1 classroom

1 No classroom


491,354

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of Kirumbi preschool 1

classroom+ Toilet + Water harvesting
KIRUMBI

Improve

quality
education

1 No class, 2 door

toilet, gutters and
water tank

1 No class, 2 door toilet,
gutters and water tank


701,042

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Kileva preschool 1

classroom + Toilet + Water harvesting
KIRUMBI

Improve

quality
education

1 No class, 2 door

toilet, gutters and
water tank

1 No class, 2 door toilet,
gutters and water tank


761,892

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Kajire preschool 1

classroom

KAJIRE

Improve

quality

education

1 classroom

1 No class


117,637

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of G Mosi preschool 1

classroom + Toilet + Water harvesting

TALIO NYIKA

Improve

quality

education

1 No class, 2 door

toilet, gutters and

water tank

1 No class, 2 door toilet,

gutters and water tank


715,512

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Sagalla polytechnic twin workshop block
( Partly funded)

SAGALLA

Improve
quality

education

1 Twin block

Twin block


7,368,134

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT


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Construction of Wongonyi pry (ECDE
center) school - classroom

Wongonyi Primary Improve
quality

education

1 classroom

classroom


1,479,142

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of Mole ECDE 1 NO.
classroom

Mole Primary Improve
quality

education

1 No class, 2 door
toilet, gutters and

water tank

1 No class, 2 door toilet,

gutters and water tank


1,804,342

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of Ore pry (ECDE center)
school classroom

Ore Primary Improve
quality

education

1 classroom

classroom


821,999

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of Ndii pry (ECDE center)

school classroom

Mlundinyi Primary Improve

quality
education


1 No class, 2 door
toilet, gutters and

water tank

1 No class, 2 door toilet,

gutters and water tank


1,195,460

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Mwakajo ECDE center Mwakajo Primary Improve
quality

education

1 classroom classroom


1,200,000

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of Mrangi ECDE center Mrangi Improve

quality
education

1 classroom classroom


743,508

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Jack Mwashimba Pri (ECDE center )

School fencing

Mwakajo Improve

quality
education

Fencing 1 school

fence

1,200,000

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of 1 class room - Kimondia

preschool + 2 door toilet + Water

harvesting Kimondia

Improve

quality

education

1 No class + Pit

latrine 1 No class + Pit latrine


413,242

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Kiteghe ECDE

Werugha

Improve

quality

education

1 class, 1 No Toilet

and water tank class, 1 No Toilet and

water tank


722,908

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Mwarungu Youth

Polytechnic Hostel Block

Mwarungu

Improve

quality

education

1 hostel

hostel block


4,922,370

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Mgange Dawida dress
making classroom

Kiloghwa

Improve
quality

education

1 classroom

classroom


1,801,634

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

2016- 2017 PROJECTS

TAVETA SUB-COUNTY

Construction of Machungwani ECDE

Challa

Improve

quality

education

1 classroom

1 No classroom


1,426,475

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Kalambani ECDE

Challa

Improve
quality

education

1 classroom

1 No classroom


1,426,475

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of Kikwatani ABC ECDE
Toilet

Challa

Improve
quality

education

1 classroom

1 No classroom


704,650

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT


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Construction of Challa ECDE

Challa

Improve
quality

education

1 classroom

1 No classroom


1,426,475

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of Malukiloriti ECDE

Malukiloriti

Improve
quality

education

1 classroom

1 No classroom


1,382,207

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Kremeri ECDE Perimeter Fence

Mahoo

Improve
quality

education

1 classroom

1 No classroom


699,132

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of Taveta ECDE

Taveta

Improve

quality
education

1 classroom

1 No classroom

1,000,000

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Njoro ECDE

Njoro

Improve

quality
education

1 classroom

1 No classroom

1,560,000

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Fencing of Orkungu ECDE

Mata

Improve

quality

education

1 classroom

1 No classroom


1,979,830

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Kasaani ECDE

Kasaani

Improve

quality

education

1 classroom

1 No classroom


1,513,995

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Mata YP T/WP (KETA)

Rekeke

Improve
quality

education

twin workshop block,
toilet, tank twin workshop block,

toilet, tank


8,388,714

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of Madarasani ECDE

Madarasani

Improve
quality

education

1 classroom

1 No classroom


1,513,997

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of Eldoro ECDE

Eldoro

Improve
quality

education

1 classroom

1 No classroom


1,300,000

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

TAITA SUB-COUNTY

Construction of Werugha VTCS

Werugha

Improve
quality

education

twin workshop block,

toilet, tank

twin workshop block,

toilet, tank


5,999,976

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of ECDE MDUNDONYI

Werugha

Improve

quality
education

1 classroom classroom


1,191,825

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of ECDE MALELA/

WERUGHA
Werugha

Improve

quality
education

1 classroom classroom


1,300,000

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of ECDE

MWAKISHIMBA

Werugha

Improve

quality

education

1 classroom classroom


1,441,590

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Mwakishimba ECDE

toilet

Werugha

Improve

quality

education

1 toilet

1 No. toilet


400,000

CGTT 2018 -

2022

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Construction of Ngulu Kiweto ECDE

Werugha

Improve
quality

education

1 classroom

classroom


986,813

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

CONSTRUCTION OF MMBONUYI
ECDE

Wumingu

Improve
quality

education

1 classroom classroom


1,696,000

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

CONSTRUCTION OF MWAKILEMBA
ECDE

Wumingu

Improve
quality

education

1 classroom classroom


1,350,000

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of Shagha ECDE

Wumingu

Improve

quality
education

1 classroom classroom


1,493,458

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

CONSTRUCTION OF DAKU ECDE

Wumingu

Improve

quality
education

1 classroom ,1 toilet,

1water tank
class , toilet, water tank


1,850,302

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

CONSTRUCTION OF

MWANG’ORUWA ECDE

Wumingu

Improve

quality

education

1 classroom classroom


1,586,085

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of classroom at St. Peter's

ECDE IKUMINYI

Mwanda

Improve

quality

education

1 classroom classroom


1,300,000

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

MWATATE SUB-COUNTY

Construction of Mselia YP Twin W/P

Mselia

Improve

quality

education

twin workshop block

twin workshop block


5,900,000

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of RONGE PRIMARY
ECDE

Ronge

Improve
quality

education

1 classroom classroom


1,498,331

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of KISHAU PRIMARY
ECDE

Kishau

Improve
quality

education

1 classroom classroom


1,506,944

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of Mwambota ECDE class

Mwambota

Improve
quality

education

1 No. class, tank and
toilet 1 No. class, tank and

toilet


1,888,814

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Excavation of Mwambota ECDE field

Mwambota

Improve

quality
education

1 play field

Leveling

986,000

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Ndile ECDE

Ronge Juu

Improve

quality
education

1 classroom classroom


1,300,000

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction Baghau ECDE

Ronge

Improve

quality

education

1 classroom classroom


1,506,944

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction Msisinenyi ECDE

Mwatate

Improve

quality

education

1 classroom classroom


1,400,000

CGTT 2018 -

2022

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CONSTRUCTION MWATUNGE
ECDE

Mwatunge

Improve
quality

education

1 classroom classroom


1,450,998

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

CONSTRUCTION MWANDALA
ECDE

Mwandala

Improve
quality

education

1 classroom classroom


1,378,370

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

CONSTRUCTION OF A LIBRARY -
MWATUNGE

Mwatunge

Improve
quality

education

1 classroom classroom


3,999,877

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction Mwakitau ECDE

Mwakitau

Improve

quality
education

1 classroom classroom


1,100,936

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Alia ECDE toilet

Chawia

Improve

quality
education

1 No. toilet

1 No. toilet

645,900

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Chunga Unga ECDE

toilet

Chawia

Improve

quality

education

1 No. toilet

1 No. toilet


649,210

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Renovation of Mwanduka ECDE

classroom

Wusi/Kishamba

Improve

quality

education

1 classroom

Renovation works


600,000

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Kungu ECDE - TOILET Wusi/Kishamba Improve
quality

education

1 No. toilet

1 No. toilet


499,500

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of Kishamba ECDE -
TOILET

Wusi/Kishamba Improve
quality

education

1 No. toilet

1 No. toilet


742,000

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of Vichwala ECDE-
KITCHEN SUP

Wusi/Kishamba

Improve
quality

education

1 No. kitchen

1 No. kitchen


495,854

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of Mwachawaza - ECDE

TOILET
Wusi/Kishamba

Improve

quality
education

1 No. kitchen

1 No. toilet

500,000

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Rehabilitation of youth polytechnics

Wusi/Kishamba

Improve

quality
education

Renovation of one

classroom
Renovation works


1,000,000

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

VOI SUB-COUNTY

Construction of Voi ECDE

Mbololo

Improve

quality
education

1 classroom

1 No. class

1,300,000

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

CONSTRUCTION NZAE ECDE

Sagalla

Improve

quality

education

1 classroom

1 No class


1,018,189

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Zongwani ECDE

Sagalla

Improve

quality

education

1 classroom

1 No. class


1,400,000

CGTT 2018 -

2022

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CONSTRUCTION KANYANGA ECDE

Sagalla

Improve
quality

education

1 classroom

1 No class


870,434

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of Mazeras ECDE

Kaloleni

Improve
quality

education

1 classroom

1 No. class


1,472,748

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of 2NO. Classroom
Mwanyambo ECDE

Kaloleni

Improve
quality

education

2 classroom

2. No. classroom


3,473,888

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

Construction of Msharinyi ECDE

Marungu

Improve

quality
education

1 classroom

1 No. class

1,491,551

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction of Kale ECDE

Marungu

Improve

quality
education

1 classroom

1 No. class

1,506,944

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Construction MBELE ECDE (2

Classrooms)

Marungu

Improve

quality

education

2 classroom

2.No classroom


1,450,998

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Bungule ECDE center

Kasighau

Improve

quality

education

1 classroom

1 No. class


1,450,097

CGTT 2018 -

2022

CGTT

Idaya ECDE center

Kasighau

Improve
quality

education

1 classroom

1 No. class


1,450,097

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT

MANYANI MAX-PRISON
SPECIAL/MODERN ECDE

Ngolia

Improve
quality

education

2 No classrooms

2 No classrooms 2,000,000

CGTT 2018 -
2022

CGTT


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D) Sector: Energy, Infrastructure and ICT (on-going)

Project Name/

Location*


Objectives Targets Description of

Activities (Key

Outputs)

Green Economy

considerations

Cost (Ksh.) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing Agency


Challa Ward

CHALA CHINI ROAD

(Phase 2)

Improve

accessibility and

access to new

areas

1 Grading and

gravelling works

Environmental

impact assessment

-Proper BQ

-Good drainage

system
- Good roads

1,998,465.40 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

Challa irrigation

schemes roads

Improve

accessibility and
access to new

areas

1 Grading and spot

improvement

Environmental

impact assessment
-Proper BQ

-Good drainage

system
- Good roads

999,844.60 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

NJUKINI SIRAVO Improve

accessibility and
access to new

areas

1 Grading and spot

improvement

Environmental

impact assessment
-Proper BQ

-Good drainage

system
- Good roads

999,232.70 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

CHALA

SECONDARY ROAD

Improve

accessibility and

access to new
areas

1 Grading and

gravelling works

Environmental

impact assessment

-Proper BQ
-Good drainage

system

- Good roads

751,413.20 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

BISHOP NJENGA

SECONDARY ROAD

Improve

accessibility and

access to new
areas

1 grading and

gravelling works

Environmental

impact assessment

-Proper BQ
-Good drainage

system

- Good roads

501,758.00 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

Njukini trading center

road Murraming

Improve

accessibility and

access to new

areas

1 grading and

gravelling works

Environmental

impact assessment

-Proper BQ

-Good drainage
system

- Good roads

897,167.78 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

Challa irrigation feeder
roads

Improve
accessibility and

1 gravelling works and
spot improvement

Environmental
impact assessment

-Proper BQ

998,926.75 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads
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access to new
areas

-Good drainage
system

- Good roads

Chumvini trading
center road Murraming

Improve
accessibility and

access to new

areas

1 gravelling works and
spot improvement

Environmental
impact assessment

-Proper BQ

-Good drainage
system

- Good roads

997,397.00 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads
Department

Mahoo Ward

CONSTRUCT 2 PIT
LATRINES TIMBONI

AREA

Improve
Sanitation

2 Construction of pit
latrine 1 Completed.

Environmental
impact assessment

-Proper BQ

-Good drainage
system

- Good roads

340,000.00 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads
Department

Mboghoni Ward

Construction of
Mboghoni Ward

Offices

Improve Working
Environment

1 Construction of
Offices

Environmental
impact assessment

-Proper BQ

-Good drainage
system

- Good roads

5,422,564.00 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads
Department


Mata Ward

Mata Roads

maintenance by Casuals

Job Creation to

Youth

100 Manual Maintenance

of Rural Roads

Environmental

impact assessment

-Proper BQ
-Good drainage

system

- Good roads

300,000.00 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

Wundanyi/ Mbale

Ward


Masumbunyi-

Mwakanyi Road

Improve

accessibility and
access to new

areas

1 new road formation

and grading

Environmental

impact assessment
-Proper BQ

-Good drainage

system

- Good roads

1,011,054.61 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

MWONGONYI-

SIRIENYI ROAD

Improve

accessibility and
access to new

areas

1 new road formation

and grading

Environmental

impact assessment
-Proper BQ

-Good drainage

system
- Good roads

3,856,478.45 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

SIRENYI -

KIRUWUKO -

Improve

accessibility and

1 new formation and

road shaping

Environmental

impact assessment

2,000,000.00 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department


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MGHONDINYI
ROAD

access to new
areas

-Proper BQ
-Good drainage

system
- Good roads

MWALUKU -

KUNGU ROAD

Improve

accessibility and

access to new
areas

1 new formation and

road shaping 2.5 km

Environmental

impact assessment

-Proper BQ
-Good drainage

system

- Good roads

1,944,813.68 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

Werugha Ward

Msangarinyi Ndonga Improve

accessibility and

access to new
areas

1 opening of new road

and expansion

Environmental

impact assessment

-Proper BQ
-Good drainage

system

- Good roads

513,996.00 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

Ngulu Kidunda Road Improve

accessibility and

access to new
areas

1 Culvert installation

including wing and

head wall
construction

Environmental

impact assessment

-Proper BQ
-Good drainage

system

- Good roads

305,950.00 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

Kese Mwafunja Road Improve

accessibility and

access to new

areas

1 grading and spot

improvement

gravelling

Environmental

impact assessment

-Proper BQ

-Good drainage
system

- Good roads

1,321,704.00 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

KITURI-MBELA
ROAD

Improve
accessibility and

access to new

areas


1 opening of new road
and expansion

including box culvert

construction and
slabbing

Environmental
impact assessment

-Proper BQ

-Good drainage
system

- Good roads

4,768,378.00 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads
Department

Wumingu/ Kishushe

Ward


TERI-SEWENGA-

ILANGONYI ROAD

Improve

accessibility and

access to new
areas

1 new road formation

and grading

Environmental

impact assessment

-Proper BQ
-Good drainage

system

- Good roads

1,010,225.02 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

MCHUNGUNYI-

MWAKOSHI-

SHUSHU-
BROOKESIDE ROAD

Improve

accessibility and

access to new
areas

1 new road Formation

and grading


Environmental

impact assessment
-Proper BQ

1,010,225.02 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department


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-Good drainage
system

- Good roads

Fumba Bridge Shagha Improve
accessibility and

access to new

areas

1 Construction of
concrete foot bridge

which includes

demolition of existing
steel bridge

Environmental
impact assessment

-Proper BQ

-Good drainage
system

- Good roads

6,677,560.00 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads
Department

Ronge Ward

Kironge Mwambirwa
road

Improve
accessibility and

access to new

areas

1 Environmental
impact assessment

-Proper BQ

-Good drainage
system

- Good roads

CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads
Department

EXCAVATION OF
MWAKALERI ROAD

Improve
accessibility and

access to new

areas

1 new road formation
and grading

Environmental
impact assessment

-Proper BQ

-Good drainage
system

- Good roads

1,870,530.00 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads
Department

Mengo road Improve

accessibility and

access to new

areas

1 Environmental

impact assessment

-Proper BQ

-Good drainage

system
- Good roads

1,008,411.00 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

EXCAVATION

SLABBING AND
CULVERT

INSTALLATION

KIGHOMBO-RONGE
JUU ROAD

Improve

accessibility and
access to new

areas

1 Environmental

impact assessment
-Proper BQ

-Good drainage

system
- Good roads

1,651,517.00 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

Bura Ward

GODOMA-MANJIWU

ROAD

Improve

accessibility and
access to new

areas

1 opening of a new road

5 km 150 EH grade to
camber 40 EH ,

Encase 900mm

culverts 20PCS
concrete drifts in slab

28 CM and gravelling

2400 CM

Environmental

impact assessment
-Proper BQ

-Good drainage

system
- Good roads

7,594,902.00 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

Levelling of Ngami

Football Grounds

Improve playing

Ground and

Nature Talents

1 Levelling of play

field

Environmental

impact assessment

-Proper BQ

200,000.00 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department


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-Good drainage
system

- Good roads


Chawia Ward

Katuu Mwambula -

Mzee Almasi Bridge

Improve

accessibility and
access to new

areas

1 Construction of foot

bridge 12x1.5 m

Environmental

impact assessment
-Proper BQ

-Good drainage

system
- Good roads

575,170.70 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department


Mbololo Ward

Mwangea Footbridge Improve
accessibility and

access to new

areas

1 Footbridge
Construction

Environmental
impact assessment

-Proper BQ

-Good drainage
system

- Good roads

600,000.00 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads
Department


Sagalla Ward

TERI - KISIMENYI -
MARAPU ROAD

Improve
accessibility and

access to new

areas

1 new road formation
and grading 4.2 km

Environmental
impact assessment

-Proper BQ

-Good drainage
system

- Good roads

1,990,547.85 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads
Department

TALIO - TALIO
NYIKA ROAD

Improve
accessibility and

access to new

areas

1 new road formation
and grading 5.2 km

Environmental
impact assessment

-Proper BQ

-Good drainage
system

- Good roads

1,990,029.00 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads
Department

NGELENGE ROAD Improve
accessibility and

access to new

areas

1 new road formation
and grading 7 km

Environmental
impact assessment

-Proper BQ

-Good drainage

system

- Good roads

1,973,258.27 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads
Department

Countywide Projects CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

Public Wi-Fi Enhanced public

communication

1 Installation of public

Wi-Fi

Environmental

impact assessment

12M CGTT 2018-2022 CGTT, NG, NGOs

Networking county

offices and installation
of intercom

Enhance service

delivery in the
county

10 Networking

Installation of
intercom

Environmental

impact assessment


12M CGTT 2018-2022 CGTT, NG


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Installation of video
conference facility

Completion of the CC

Lodge building -
Wundanyi

Improve

Revenue
Collection

1 completion of lodging

rooms

Environmental

impact assessment

300,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

Fire engine 1 Environmental

impact assessment

800,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

Street lighting
maintenance-

Wundanyi

Improve Security
and Boost

economy

100 Street lighting
Maintenance

Environmental
impact assessment

500,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads
Department

Street lighting
maintenance- Mwatate

Improve Security
and Boost

economy

50 Street lighting
Maintenance

Environmental
impact assessment

500,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads
Department

Street lighting

maintenance- Voi

Improve Security

and Boost
economy

100 Roof rehabilitation

and replacement
Mbela estate

Environmental

impact assessment

500,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

Street lighting

maintenance- Taveta

Improve Security

and Boost
economy

100 Street lighting

Maintenance

Environmental

impact assessment

500,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

Refurbishment of

MOW works office -

Voi

office rehabilitation Environmental

impact assessment

500,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

Refurbishment of

Mbela Estate

roof rehabilitation and

replacement Mbela

estate

Environmental

impact assessment

1,500,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

Fencing (Soakage
Grounds)

fencing of soakage pit
Mbela, estate

Environmental
impact assessment

500,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads
Department

Overhaul of Plant and

Machinery

plant and machinery

repairs

Environmental

impact assessment

5,275,530 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

Project fuel fuel for projects Environmental

impact assessment

4,973,114 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

Projects Branding branding of projects Environmental

impact assessment

771,902 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

Plant Machinery

Maintenance

machinery repairs Environmental

impact assessment

7,869,411 CGTT 2018-2022 Infrastructure & Roads

Department

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E) Sector: Social Protection, Recreation and Culture (on-going)

(i) Sub-sector: Sports Development
Project Name/

Location*


Objectives Targets Description of

Activities (Key

Outputs)

Green Economy

considerations

Cost (Ksh.) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing Agency

Voi Stadium Promotion of

sports activities

Sports men

and women

Modern podium -Environmental impact

assessment

-Proper BQ

-Good drainage system

- Good roads

74M CGTT 2018-2019 Sports Department

Mwatunge dais Promotion of

sports activities

Sports men

and women

dais Environmental impact

assessment
-Proper BQ

-Good drainage system

- Good roads

1.8M CGTT 2018-2019 Sports Department

Excavation and

goal post at

Mruru play
ground

Promotion of

sports activities

Sports men

and women

Levelled ground

Goal post

Environmental impact

assessment

-Proper BQ
-Good drainage system

- Good roads

1.3M CGTT 2018-2019 Sports Department


(ii) Sub-sector: Arts and Culture
Project Name/

Location*


Objectives Targets Description of

Activities (Key

Outputs)

Green Economy

considerations

Cost (Ksh.) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing Agency

TATARECA Nurturing of

talents

Youths Event held once

year.

2.5M CGTT and

partners
Annually CGTT and Partners

County celebrations Building
cohesion and

integration

Community annually 2M CGTT and
partners

Annually CGTT and Partners


(iii) Sub-sector: Gender and Youth Empowerment
Project Name/

Location*


Objectives Targets Description of

Activities (Key

Outputs)

Green Economy

considerations

Cost (Ksh.) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing Agency

DATU Sawazisha

fund

To empower

special interest

groups

Youths

Women

PWDS


Revolving fund - 60M CGTT Annually CGTT


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F) Sector: Environmental Protection, Water & Housing (on-going)

Project Name/

Location*


Objectives Targets Description of

Activities (Key

Outputs)

Green Economy

considerations

Cost (Ksh.) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

Mahandakini

Borehole/Challa Ward

Water Supply 1,935,000 CGTT CGTT

Njukini WP/ Challa
Ward

Water Supply 4,664,883 CGTT CGTT

Uthiani Borehole for

irrigation/ Challa Ward

Water Supply 818,900 CGTT CGTT

Ulawani Borehole 1,010,000 CGTT CGTT

Uthiani Water pan Agriculture

Lessesia Community

WP


Malikiloriti Borehole

Mwakimori Chunga
Unga

Water supply Solar 12M world vision
/CGTT

World vision

Mwatate borehole world vision Solar 10M world vision

Mdeminyi water project world vision Solar 4M world vision

Mwakitau water project world vision Solar 14M NG/CGTT world vision


G) Sector: Public Service and Intergovernmental Relations (on-going)

(i) Sub-sector: Governor and Deputy Governor: Leadership and Overall coordination of County Affairs


Project Name/

Location*


Objectives Targets Description of

Activities (Key

Outputs)

Green Economy

considerations

Cost (Ksh.) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing Agency

Construction of County

Headquarters

Provide conducive

working
Environment

800M National

Govt/County
Govt

2 years County Government


(ii) Sub-sector: County Assembly: Representation, Legislation and Oversight
Project Name/

Location*


Objectives Targets Description of

Activities (Key

Outputs)

Green Economy

considerations

Cost (Ksh.) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing Agency


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Construction of County
Assembly office Block,

CA Offices and
cafeteria

Provide conducive
working

Environment

100% - 185 M County 3 years County Assembly


(iii) Sub-sector: Finance and Economic Planning: Economic planning, Fiscal policy formulation and Public finance management
Project Name/

Location*


Objectives Targets Description of

Activities (Key

Outputs)

Green Economy

considerations

Cost (Ksh.) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing Agency

Refurbishment of
treasury office at

Mwatate

Enhance service
delivery

1 complete
office

Refurbishment - 5 million County
Government

1 County Government


(iv) Sub-Sector: Public Service and Administration: Public service management and Administration
Project Name/

Location*


Objectives Targets Description of

Activities (Key

Outputs)

Green Economy

considerations

Cost (Ksh.) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing Agency

Construction of Sub

County Office
(Mwatate)

Provide conducive

working
Environment

100% 800,000 National

Govt/County
Govt

County Government

Construction of Town

Administration Office
Taveta

Provide conducive

working
Environment

100% 10,000,000 County Govt County Government

Development of

Performance

Management System

Efficient and

Effective Service

Delivery

15M UNDP/Count

y

Government

County Government

H) Sector: General Economic, Commercial & Labour Affairs (on-going)

Project Name/

Location*


Objectives Targets Description of Activities (Key

Outputs)

Green Economy

considerations

Cost (Ksh.) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

Kese Market,

Werugha

Enhanced trading

activities

Market shade, pit latrine,

receptacle, 200litre plastic tank,

steel stand and gate

2M CGTT 4 Months Department of Trade

Mwanda Market Enhanced trading

activities

Floor slab, walling, vegetable

platform, 12 cubicles, wind

breaker

2M CGTT 4 Months Department of Trade

Mghange Nyika
Market

Enhanced trading
activities

Floor slab ,walling, vegetable
platform, 12 cubicles

1.6M CGTT 4 Months Department of Trade

Mghange

Dawida Market

Enhanced trading

activities

Floor slab, walling, vegetable

platform, 12 cubicles

2M CGTT 4 Months Department of Trade


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Voi Lower open
air market

Enhanced trading
activities

Market Shades 24 cubicles 4.4M CGTT 4 Months Department of Trade

Rukanga Market Enhanced trading

activities

Market Shades 24 cubicles 4.5M CGTT 4 Months Department of Trade

Chumvini

Market

Enhanced trading

activities

Market Shades 24 cubicles 4.2M CGTT 4 Months Department of Trade

Njukini Market Enhanced trading

activities

Market Shades 24 cubicles 3.8M CGTT 4 Months Department of Trade

ANNEX 1(B): SECTOR PROJECTS DERIVED FROM PROGRAMMES

A) Sector: Agriculture, Rural and Urban Development Issues (Proposed)

(i) Sub-sector: Agriculture


Project Name/Location


Objectives Targets Description of Activities Cost (KES) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

Remarks

Programme Name: 1. Crop Development and Management

Green House

Programme

All wards


Promote the use of

green houses for

increase
productivity

20 demonstration and

training Greenhouses

procured and installed

Construction of Green

Houses for demonstration

and training of farmers


5,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


Food and nutritional

security Programme


All Wards


Increase

Agricultural
productivity

60 food and crops

situation reports
compiled,


20 Horticulture and
industrial crops

reports compiled

-5 staff tours
-4 farmers’ tours


82 officers trained.

Coordinating food security

initiatives,
Monitor food balances of

major crops, -Organize

focused staff educational
tours within and outside

the County,

-Organize farmers tour
-Monitor performance of

major horticultural and

industrial crops and
promote their production,

Training staff on early

warning systems and crop

production technologies

2,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


Crop, Pests and

Disease Control and

management
All Wards


Reduce crop losses 20 officers trained


4 tons of assorted

chemicals purchased


Reach at least 10,000

farm families per year

Train staff on crop and

produce protection.

Coordinate surveillance
and control of strategic

pests

Purchase of chemicals
Training on pest and

disease control; armyworm

2,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

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control; LGB surveillance;
Assist with chemicals

during emergency
outbreaks

Rice Production and

milling Taveta Sub-

County- Mboghoni and
Mata wards


To improve

production of high

quality rice for
local and export

markets.

150 farmers Purchase of high quality

rice seed from Mwea;

Rice value addition;
operationalize rice De-

hullers in Taveta

2,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


Agriculture

Demonstration farms

Programme

All wards


To improve the

quality of food

production through

technologies
adoption.

10 seed farms revived

and establishment of

10 new ones

Revival of demonstration

farms in Kitobo,

Kimorigo, Kimala, Challa

& Njukini, Bughuta,
Sagalla, Mwakiki

Establishment of new

demonstration in wards
where there is none


Farmer sensitizations; seed
bulking; demonstrations;

field days; casuals

employed and assorted
seeds and seedlings

procured and planted

5,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


Ground nut &

Sunflower Promotion


Diversify sources

of income to
improve living

standards.

500 farmers Farmers trainings;

Provision of seeds; value
addition

3,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


Passion Fruits
Promotion/

Export market Along

Voi River(Kaloleni
ward and Latta Dam

(Saghala Ward)

Increase Hectare &
marketing groups

formation to

increase farm
incomes

1000 farmers trained . Capacity building &
training the farmers on

Kenya-Gap, Euro Gap,

Trade Fair Certification
Standards

Construction of cold

stores.
. Increased production to

meet required Volumes

. Ensuring Guaranteed
Minimum price attained by

introducing contract

farming

1,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of
Agriculture


Promotion of

Macadamia Nuts

Werugha,
Wundanyi/Mbale,

Mgange/Mwanda,

Increase Hectare &

marketing groups

formation to
increase farm

incomes

2400 farmers Capacity building &

training the farmers on

Kenya-Gap, Euro Gap,
Trade Fair Certification

Standards

2,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


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Sagalla, Chawia,
Wumingu/Kishushe


. Increased production to
meet required Volumes

. Ensuring Guaranteed
Minimum price attained by

introducing contract

farming
.Value addition

Melon Production

All wards in Voi,

Mwatate and Taveta

Increase production

of water melons for

increase incomes

Put 110Ha under

melon farming

Capacity building to

farmer’s trough training

and provision of

appropriate seeds

Establishment of

marketing system
Research on better

yielding varieties

1,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


Emerging Crops
Production

All Wards


Increase
productivity of

emerging crops

Promote commercial
production of 7 crops

Research and training of
farmers to promote

production of French

Beans, Moringa trees,
Stevia, Mulberry Jojoba,

Jatropha,

Straw berry

1,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of
Agriculture


Promotion of
mushroom value chain

Increase
productivity of

emerging crops

Promote commercial
production and

marketing of

mushroom

Research and training of
farmers and farmers

groups to promote the

production of mushrooms

1,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of
Agriculture


Establishment of

hydroponics


Increase

productivity of

emerging crops

Promote the

technology of

hydroponics

Research and training of

farmers and farmers

groups to promote the
production under

hydroponics

1,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


Promotion of Cassava
and sweet potato value

chains

Increase the
productivity of

cassava

Promote production
and utilization of

cassava

Research and training of
farmers and farmers

groups to promote the

production of Cassava

1,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of
Agriculture


Promotion of rice value
chain

Increase the
productivity of rice

Promote production
and utilization of Rice

Research and training of
farmers and farmers

groups to promote the

production of Rice

1,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of
Agriculture


Project Name/Location


Objectives Targets Description of Activities Cost (KES) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

Remarks

Programme Name: 2: Agribusiness and Market Development

Agricultural inputs
fund

All Wards


Enhance
accessibility of

affordable inputs

40,500 farmers
access Assorted

inputs

Coordinate acquisition and access to
affordable inputs

100,000,000 CGTT 2018-
2022

Department of
Agriculture


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Agricultural credit
and financial services

All Wards


Increase access to
credit and financial

services

30% farmers to
access credit and

affordable
financial services

Coordinating access to credit and
financial services

1,000,000 CGTT 2018-
2022

Department of
Agriculture


Agro forestry in

farming systems

Programme
All Wards


Promote sustainable

land use

Put 200 ha under

agroforestry

Promote establishment of Agro

forestry tree nurseries through

prisons/farmers

2,000,000 CGTT 2018-

2022

Department of

Agriculture


Agriculture Market

survey

All Wards


Promote market

access

4 commodity and

market based

surveys conducted

Conducting 4 commodity and

market based surveys,

Monitoring and facilitation of cross

border trade

2,000,000 CGTT 2018-

2022

Department of

Agriculture


Storage facilities
Taveta & Voi Sub-

Counties


To improve post-
harvest management.

2 cold stores
facilities, 2 grain

stores and 2

mobile driers by
2022

Construction and equipping of
facilities.

50,000,000 CGTT 2018-
2022

Department of
Agriculture


National Cereal

Produce Board depot
facility

Taveta, Mwatate


To improve access to

subsidized fertilizer
& provide storage

for cereals/ pulses

2 facilities by 2022 Construction of the warehouses;

purchase of transport lorries and
equipping of the facility in terms of

personnel

100,000,000 CGTT 2018-

2022

Department of

Agriculture


Value addition

All Wards


Employment

creation, income

generation, food

security

3 Agro-processing

plant for fruits and

for emerging crops

processing

Agro-processing e.g. making of

chips from cassava, bananas,

purchase of cassava chippers,

processing of mangoes, oranges and
other fruits, mushroom drying,

Moringa products, aloe products and
processing

50,000,000 CGTT 2018-

2022

Department of

Agriculture


Establishment of

market sheds Mata

&Challa wards


Improve market

access for

agricultural produce

3 market sheds

established

Construct & equip three market

sheds for agricultural produce

2,500,000 CGTT 2018-

2022

Department of

Agriculture


Revitalization of

Horticulture
Production Centers

Wundanyi sub-

County


Revival of HPC

Cooperative

3 HPC Sites to be

revived

. Capacity building/training on

Kenya-Gap, Euro Gap, Trade Fair
Certification Standards

. construction of cold stores.

. Increased production to meet

required Volumes

. Ensuring Guaranteed Minimum

price attained

2,000,000 CGTT 2018-

2022

Department of

Agriculture


Project Name/Location


Objectives Targets Description of Activities Cost (KES) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

Remarks

Programme Name: 3: Soil and water conservation


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Soil and water
management and

riverbank protection
All Wards


Increase
agricultural

productivity

20 officers


10 sites
150 Km pegged

Training staff on soil
fertility management

practices.
Catchment conservation

Riverbank pegging

5,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of
Agriculture


Project Name/Location


Objectives Targets Description of Activities Cost (KES) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

Remarks

Programme Name: 4: Agricultural Engineering


Agricultural

Mechanization

Services Station at
Mwatunge seed Farm


Increase agricultural

productivity

10 farm tractors


10 operators and 10

supervisors


1 office , 1 store, 1

house

Purchase of tractors and farm

implements machinery

Employment of plant
operators and supervisors

Renovation of buildings

122,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


Water harvesting

Programme

All Wards


Increase agricultural

productivity

10 water pans, Coordinate excavation and

desilting of water pans,

Training staff on water

harvesting and management

25,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


Ploughing contest


Increase agricultural

productivity

5 sites 1,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


Irrigation schemes
programme

All wards


Increase area under
irrigation and

promote high value

crops e.g. French
beans, tomatoes

2500 Ha irrigated


Construction of intake and
extension of canals. Training

of farmers in the

following irrigation schemes
Jipe settlement scheme,

Kimala irrigation scheme

Bura irrigation scheme (Bura
Ward)

Rahai Msau and, Kishau

irrigation Scheme (Rong’e
ward)

Gimba, Kaloleni and Ore

(Kaloleni ward ), Ndara B,
Kishamba B schemes(Saghala

ward) improvement Lake

Challa irrigation scheme and
Construction of dams at;-

Marwe and Ongwasi Tuhire,

Saramson, and Kituit
schemes .

2,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of
Agriculture


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Farm mechanization
All Wards


Strengthening usage
of Ox-plough and

introduction of
tractor hire service at

the Taita lowlands.

10,000 farmers . Capacity building the farmer
on the importance of proper

land tillage.
. Water harvesting of

increased crop yields fight

food insecurity and
Reduce poverty.

.purchase of tractors and Ox-

ploughs,

1,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of
Agriculture


Lining of major

Irrigation canals e.g.

Njoro Kubwa and

Kimala


Increase water for

irrigation output to

farmers

2500 Ha irrigated


Lining of Njoro Kubwa and

Kimala irrigation canals

5,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


Programme Name: 5: Soil fertility Improvement

Project Name/Location


Objectives Targets Description of
Activities

Cost (KES) Source of
funding

Timeframe Implementing Agency Remarks

Programme Name: 5 Soil Fertility Management

Promotion of use of

Farm yard manure-
All wards


To improve

productivity

10,000 Tons of

FYM

-Procure and distribute

FYM

4,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


Project

Name/Location


Objectives Targets Description of Activities Cost (KES) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

Remarks

Programme Name: 6: Extension services enhancement

Agriculture Sector

Support services

Programme


To improve the

working

environment and
service delivery

5 double cab

pickups 15

motorbikes

Purchasing vehicles, motorbikes 23,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


Technology Transfer

Programme;

All Wards


Increase agricultural

productivity

5 Consultations

with research

institutions

Attend 10

conferences/
seminars /

workshop within

and outside the
County.


Collaborating with stakeholders on

demand driven research

Coordinate dissemination of

information opportunities in

appropriate technologies

1,500,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


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Agriculture Staff
Skills Upgrading

Programme


Develop and retain a
well-trained human

resource base

Training 82 staff
on various skills

4 Staff to be trained at Diploma level, 5
staff trained at Bachelor’s degree level,

,9 Staff trained at Masters level, 25
staff to attend promotional courses


43 officers trained on performance
improvement


9,650,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of
Agriculture


Agricultural Shows

And exhibitions


Improve access to

Agricultural

Extension services

and enhance

capacity/build
resilience and

response to climate

change through
trainings


3 levels of shows

per year (15

shows)


Establishing Taita Taveta show ground

Coordinating Agricultural shows

(Nairobi,

Mombasa & County shows and trade

fairs, Coordinate field days and
demonstrations in the seed farms

promote the priority food crops

identified, World Food day and farm
judging, Consultation meetings within

and outside the County, Equip

information desks


Coordinate farm business Plans


Coordinate RRI activities


11,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


20 visits Tours and field visits by dignitaries CGTT 2018-2022 Department of
Agriculture


Public Private

Partnership
Programme

All Wards


To Coordinate and

strengthen the
participation of

private sector in

Agriculture

50 meetings and

workshops held

Convening stakeholders for a 500,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


Information and
Communication

equipment

All Wards


Enhance
communication for

better service

delivery

30 desktop and 15
laptop computers

30 printers

30 scanners
5 photocopiers

5 LCD projectors

30 smart phones

Purchase of ICT equipment;
Computers, Printers, Scanner,

Photocopiers,

Projector/LCDs, smart phones


5,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of
Agriculture


Taita-Taveta

Agricultural

Training Centre
establishment


Efficient

technologies transfer

through capacity
building of staff and

farmers

120 Trainings

1 tractor

100 Acres
Establish 1 ATC


Seed bulking, Purchase of a Tractor,

establish modern irrigation design in

the farm
Construct a modern storey hostel,

conference center and training halls

and Livestock Paddock fencing

10,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


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Project

Name/Location


Objectives Targets Description of Activities Cost

(KES)

Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

Remarks

Programme Name: 7: Agriculture Sector Development Support Programme II

Agriculture sector
development support

programme II

 Increase
productivity of

priority Value
Chains

 Enhancing
entrepreneurship

skills of value chain

actors.

 Improving market
access by value
chain actors.

 Strengthening
structures and
capacities for

coordination in the

Agricultural Sector

 3000 Banana
Value chain

actors (70
groups)

 3500 dairy value
chain actors (90

groups)

 3500 Indigenous
chicken value

chain actors
(110 groups)

 50 service
providers.

 Agro-input
suppliers, agro-
producers, agro-

retailers, agro-

wholesalers,
agro-processors,

agro-

transporters


 Training existing Service
Providers and value chain

actors on innovations,
practices and technologies

 Supporting value chain
innovations through grants

and VC concepts.

 Training of service
providers and farmers on

entrepreneurship skills and
implementation of

business plans.

 Support value chain
organizations/groups.

 Facilitate market access,
financial linkages and

market information

services.

 Establish and support
structures for agricultural
coordination and

consultation in the county.

90,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of
Agriculture,

livestock and

fisheries


Project

Name/Location


Objectives Targets Description of Activities Cost

(KES)

Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

Remarks

Programme :8: Kenya Climate Smart Agricultural Project


Kenya Climate
Smart Agricultural

project

 Improve productivity,
resilience and reduction

in emission of GHG

 Improve productivity,
resilience and reduction

in emission of GHG

20,000 beneficiaries  Staples value chain
promotion

 Fruits, vegetables and nuts
value chain promotion

 Meats value chain promotion

 Dairy value chain promotion

3,000,000,000 CGTT 2018-
2022

Department of
Agriculture,

livestock and

fisheries


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 Improve productivity,
resilience and reduction

in emission of GHG

 Improve productivity,
resilience and reduction
in emission of GHG

 Improve productivity,
resilience and reduction

in emission of GHG

 Natural resource
management value chain

promotion


Project

Name/Location


Objectives Targets Description of Activities Cost

(KES)

Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

Remarks

Programme 9: Small Holder Productivity and Profitability (ISPP) programme

Increasing Small

Holder Productivity
and Profitability

(ISPP)

 Improved food security

 Improved market access

 Improved food security.

20,000 beneficiaries  Capacity building of farmers 5,000,000 CGTT 2018-
2022

Department of

Agriculture,
livestock and

fisheries


Project

Name/Location


Objectives Targets Description of

Activities

Cost

(KES)

Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

Remarks

Program 10: Kenya Cereals Enhancement Program – Climate Resilient Agriculture Livelihoods Window

(KCEP-CRAL)


Kenya Cereals

Enhancement
Program - CRAL

Graduation of smallholder farmers to commercial

farming in ASAL counties is climate resilient and
empowerment of county governments /communities

for sustainable NRM and resilience to climate

change

11753

farmers
 Capacity Building for

Climate resilient

productivity and NRM

 Post Production
Management and

Market Linkages

 Financial Services


1,200,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture, livestock
and fisheries


Project

Name/Location


Objectives Targets Description of Activities Cost (KES) Source

of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

Remarks

Programme 11: Feed the Future (FtF)


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Banana improvement
All Wards


To improve
production of

high quality
marketable

bananas.

1500 farmers per
year

Rehabilitation of orchards; Purchase
of tissue bananas.

Establishment of a processing plant.
Establish 1 TC bananas nursery

Research on better yielding varieties

200,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of
Agriculture


Mango promotion

All Wards


Income

generation

Increased

production and
income for

mango farmers

10,000

seedlings, 1,000

farmers, 100

acres)


-nursery establishment &

management
-farmer trainings on general

husbandry


Introduction of new varieties and

expansion of acreage; Farmers’

trainings

1,800,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


Citrus promotion

Saghala Ward


Income

generation

Produce 10,000

citrus seedlings
and have 100

acres under

citrus

nursery establishment & Management

-farmer trainings on general
husbandry

Research on better yielding varieties

1,800,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


Tomato Production

and Value addition

All wards


To improve

production of

high quality

tomatoes for

local and export

markets.

100 farmers Capacity building; commercial

village concept training; market

survey.

Establish a tomato processing plant

Research on better yielding varieties


2,500,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


Project Name/Location


Objectives Targets Description of

Activities

Cost (KES) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

Remarks

Programme Name: 12: Adapting Agriculture to Climate Change

Adapting Agriculture

to Climate change


Improved food

security

1000 farmers capacity build

sessions on Post-harvest

management

Training and

demonstrations on PHM

2,000,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


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10 weather advisories

developed(LR&SR)

Develop and

disseminate weather

advisories

1,500,000 CGTT 2018-2022 Department of

Agriculture


Project

Name/Location


Objectives Targets Description of Activities Cost

(KES)

Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

Remarks

Programme13: Monitoring and evaluation

Agricultural Boards

and Committees


Improve policy

formulation and address

agricultural
concerns/issues

290 meetings

convened

Convene boards at the ward, sub

County and County level

1,000,000 CGTT 2018-

2022

Department of

Agriculture


Project Monitoring

and Evaluation

All Wards


Track implementation

of Project and

Programmes

160 visits by

County subject

matter
specialists, 336

by Sub County

SMS

Visit project sites periodically to

assess and monitor progress

-Train staff on basics of project
monitoring and evaluation

2,000,000 CGTT 2018-

2022

Department of

Agriculture


Mapping of

agricultural resources


To develop a database

for all agricultural

resources in the county

County wide

survey and

reports

Carrying out a survey on agricultural

resources in the county and database

creation

2,000,000 CGTT 2018-

2022

Department of

Agriculture


(ii) Sub-sector: Livestock
Programme Name: Efficient delivery of livestock extension services

Strengthen livestock
extension services.

All wards


Improve delivery of
extension services

75000 Train farmers, disseminate
appropriate technologies,

field days and shows

102.5m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Recruitment of technical
staff.

All wards


Improve delivery of
extension services

12 Employ technical staff -
diploma and degree holders

5.7m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Training of technical staff

All wards


Improve delivery of

extension services

10 Support staff to do short and

long courses

3m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Purchase of motor cycles

Voi, Taveta, Taita and

Mwatate sub counties


Improve delivery of

extension services

15 Procurement of Motorcycles 7m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock


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Purchase of motor
vehicles.

Taveta, Mwatate sub
county


Improve delivery of
extension services

2 Procurement of Motor
vehicles

3m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Construction, renovation

and equipping of offices.
Marungu, Kasighau,

Saghala, Bura, Challa, All

sub county Hq.


Improve delivery of

extension services

5 Construct small offices in

wards

15m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Livestock management

Information Systems
County wide


Improve delivery of

extension services

1 Develop a computer based

data system

2m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Programme Name: Livestock productivity and output improvement

Support livestock
multiplication centers

Bachuma, Mwatate farms,

All wards


Improve livestock
productivity

50 Procure animals, feeds and
drugs for the centers

100m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Promotion of meat goats.

All wards


Improve livestock

productivity

5000 Train farmers, Procure Galla

goats

5m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Promotion of dairy goats’

production

All wards


Improve livestock

productivity

500 Train farmers, Procure dairy

goats

20m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Promotion of dairy cattle

production
All wards


Improve livestock

productivity

250 Train farmers, Procure dairy

cattle

37.5m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Promotion of chicken

production
All wards


Improve livestock

productivity

25000 Train farmers, procure

improved chicken , procure
hatcheries

15m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Promotion of rabbits’
production

All wards


Improve livestock
productivity

2500 Train farmers, Procure
rabbits

6.5m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Promotion of doper sheep
production

All wards


Improve livestock
productivity

2500 Train farmers, Procure
doper sheep

5m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Promotion of pig

production

All wards

Improve livestock

productivity

1 stay, 10pigs,

100 farmers

Construction of modern pig

stay

pigs purchased,

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feeds and equipment
bought,

Training of pig keepers

Promotion of modern
beekeeping

All ward

Promote commercial
apiculture

50groups, 850
hives, 2500

farmers

Train Beekeepers, support
apiary, buy modern bee

hives

20.5m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Promotion of emerging
livestock production

Voi and Mwatate sub

county


Promote alternative animal
production practices

500 farmers Support farmers with
training and breeding stock

11m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Programme: Range and ranch resource management

Construction of feedlot

Mwatate farm,


Improve livestock

productivity

1 Construct small scale

feedlot for demonstration

50m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Ranch development


All ranches


Improve range utilization 20 Train ranchers, develop

ranch plans, fire break

construction

12.5m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Ranch water development


Mramba, Mgeno grazers,

Kishamba B, Ngolia


Improve access to water in

ranches

4 Construction / rehabilitated

of water pans and water
troughs in ranches.

17m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Programme Name: Access to markets for livestock and livestock products improvement.

Construction of honey

processing plant

All sub counties


Promote commercial

apiculture

10 Procure and install

honey refinery

equipment

20m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Promote value addition

of milk
All sub counties


Improve commercialization

of dairy

5000 Training farmers, license

traders, strengthen coops

14m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

No of cooling tanks

purchased
All sub counties


Improve milk marketing 20 establish collection

centers, buy tanks

10m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

No of milk processing

plant

Voi sub county


Improve milk marketing 1 Construct a medium

sized dairy processing

plant

100m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Construction of
livestock marketing

structures.

Voi, Taveta, Mwatate,
Kishushe areas.


Improve livestock
marketing

6 Construct auction rings,
holding grounds, poultry

bandas, loading rumps

15m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock


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Construction of export
grade abattoir.

Voi sub county


Improve beef marketing 1 Construct a modern
abattoir

500m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Construction of poultry

slaughter facility

Kaloleni ward

Improve poultry marketing 1 Construction of poultry

slaughter facility

10m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Construction of pig

slaughter house

Mbololo ward

Improve pig marketing 1 Construction of pig

slaughter house

10m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Livestock market
information systems

support

All wards


Improve market
information use

1 Collect and disseminate
market livestock

information

2.5m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Programme Name: Commercialization of pasture for livestock

Pasture and hay

development
All ranches


Improve pasture availability 2500 acres Procure pasture seeds ,

plant and harvest hay

135m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Construction of hay
barns.

All wards


Improve pasture availability
during dry season

25 Construct small scale
hay barns

25m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Purchase of mechanized
hay balers

Mwatate, Voi sub

county.


Improve pasture availability 4 Procure mechanized hay
balers

20m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Purchase of tractors

Mwatate, Voi sub
county.


Improve pasture availability 2 Purchase tractor and

trailer

20m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Purchase of Hay cutter
and hay rake

Mwatate, Voi sub

county.


Improve pasture availability 4 Purchase hay cutters and
rake

20m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Purchase of Manual hay

balers and brush cutters

Mwatate, Voi sub
county.


Improve pasture availability 500 Manual hay balers and

brush cutters

37.5m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Programme Name: Mitigation against effects of climate change in the livestock sector

Livestock early warning
system support

All wards

Improve response towards
climate change

10 Drought assessment,
disseminate weather

12.5m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock


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advisories, insurance,
train EWS agents

Livestock offtake

Kasighau, Marungu,
Mwatate Kishushe,

Mata, Bura


Cushion farmers against

drought

2000 Buy animals and sell to

KMC

20m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Emergency restocking.

Kasighau, Mwatate

Marungu, Kishushe,

Mata, Bura


Cushion families against

drought

10000 goats Buy goats and give to

drought victims

100m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Emergency Livestock

feed Kasighau,
Marungu, Mwatate,

Kishushe, Mata, Bura


Support livestock during

drought

1m bags of

drought cubes

Buy goats and give to

drought victims

1b CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Emergency water

tracking

Kasighau, Marungu,
Mwatate, Kishushe,

Mata, Bura

Support livestock during

drought

500 trucks Trucking of water for

livestock

5m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Water development in

drought risks areas.

Kasighau, Marungu,

Kishushe, Mata, Bura


Improve response towards

drought

3 Excavation of water pans

for livestock use in

drought risk areas

6m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Programme: Policy development in the livestock sub sector

Policy development


Countywide

Create enabling

environment for
investments

5 Develop policies and

implementation
framework

35m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Programme: Research development in the livestock sub sector

Livestock Research

development.


Countywide

Support research in

livestock development

1site, 10 research

projects

On farm research sites

established, grants to
support research

projects, disseminate

research findings

45m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Programme: Monitoring and evaluation of livestock development

Livestock resources

mapping and survey

All wards


Improve delivery of

extension services

1 Conduct resource

mapping/ survey

2m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Strengthen M&E

system


Developed sub-sector

M&E system

Quarterly Quarterly M&E visits,

spot checks, reports,

dissemination

26.5m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock


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(iii) Sub-sector: Veterinary


Project Name/Location


Objectives Targets Description of Activities Cost

(Ksh.)

Source

of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

Remarks

Sub Programme

Infrastructure development;.

New Slaughter houses

construction

Kamtonga, Mahoo,

Kirumbi, Landi, Iriwa,

Mwakitau, Maranu,

Werugha

Improve veterinary
hygiene services

9 Construction,
, equipping,

Licensing

15m CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,
INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS

Rehabilitation of

county slaughter house

All county 6 Construction works,
, licensing, equipping

Training management

3m CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,
INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS

Diagnostic laboratory

services


Equip diagnostic

laboratory

Support disease

surveillance and disease,
control- disease free

zoning , veterinary

research

2

laboratories


Procure, equipment,

consumable Stocking,
staffing,

Training technicians,

3m CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,

INCLUDING OTHER
DEPARTMENTS

Policy development

Policy and bills

customization

Streamline veterinary

services

3 policies Draft bills, policy,

Public participation,

Legislation

3m CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,

INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS

strategic vaccinations

Livestock vaccination Control diseases Cover 75%

population

Procure vaccines,

Vaccination campaigns

Publicity


30m CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,

INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS

vector control

Cattle dip

constructions, Bura,

Ronge, Ngolia,

Marungu (All wards)


Reduce vector borne
diseases

4 dips Construction,

stocking-chemical,

6m CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,

INCLUDING OTHER
DEPARTMENTS

Vector surveys 300,000 CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,
INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS

Vector control, demos 300,000 CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,

INCLUDING OTHER
DEPARTMENTS


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Branding 50% of
livestock

branded

Branding,
Registration, branding

records

300,000 CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,
INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS

Ear tagging Improving identification
and record keeping

50% Eye tagging,
Registration, branding

records

200,000 CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,
INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS

Animal movement

surveillance

Increase animal
movement monitoring

60 Stock roads visits,
Road block/check,

Record verification, animal

movement monitoring

1m CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,
INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS

Programme Name rabies and dog population control

Vaccination against

rabies

Reduce incidences of

rabies, enhance

responsible dog
ownership

1000 Procure vaccines,

Vaccination campaign

1.3m CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,

INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS

pets sterilized


100 Spaying,

castrations

1.4m CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,

INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS

pets licensed


200 Identification- collaring,

registration, licensing

1400,000 CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,

INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS

stakeholders training


200 Training children,
publicities, workshops

140,000 CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,
INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS

AWI. promotion

Inseminate,
Cattle

dairy productivity
improved

220,000 Procure semen, identify
beneficiaries, inseminate,

heat synchronization


16.5m CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,
INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS

inseminators training


8 Identification of

beneficiaries, training plans,

workshops, refreshers,
technical trainings

1m CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,

INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS

inseminators licensing 60 Verification, licensing,

Registration

50,000 CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,

INCLUDING OTHER
DEPARTMENTS

stakeholders training 10 Workshops, field days, open

days, publicity

2m CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,

INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS

Indigenous poultry

promotion


vaccinate chicken


Outcome: food and

nutritional security

increased

50,000 Procure vaccines,

Vaccination campaign

3m CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,

INCLUDING OTHER
DEPARTMENTS


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Hold farmer

demonstration
40 Number of demonstration

conducted


100,000 CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,
INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS

visit farms


10000 Number of farms visited 150,000 CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,
INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS

Diversification of livelihood

Support emerging

livelihoods

9 Number and types of
emerging livelihood supports

200,000 CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,
INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS

Veterinary inspectorate services

40 Number of practitioners
licensed


0 CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,
INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS

40 Number of practitioners
monitored

400,000 CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,
INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS

Leather development

Skin Banda

construction


improve value addition

and market

development

20 Number of skin bandas
constructed,

,


400,000 CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,
INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS


constructed leather

tanneries

4 Number of leather tanneries

constructed

4m CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,

INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS

grade products


% of products graded


200,000 CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,
INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS

processed hide and skin


40 % of hide and skin processed


500,000 CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,
INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS

% of products traded


80 % of products traded


CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,
INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS

Hold trainings


20 Number of training

conducted


1m CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,

INCLUDING OTHER
DEPARTMENTS

Employ technicians 10 Number of leather

technicians employed


3m CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,

INCLUDING OTHER
DEPARTMENTS

Number of leather

technicians employed


10

Number of leather

technicians
trained


600,000 CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,

INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS


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Veterinary research

Veterinary research

grants

develop veterinary

research

16 Number of research support 10m CGTT 2018-22 VETERINARY, Other partners will be sort,

INCLUDING OTHER

DEPARTMENTS


(iv) Sub-Sector: Fisheries
Project Name/Location


Objectives Targets Description of Activities Cost (KES) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing Agency Remarks

Programme Name: Efficient delivery of Fisheries extension services

Recruit Technical staff Improved extension
services

10 technical staff recruitment 10.8m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Purchase Vehicle Improved extension

services

1 vehicles bought 5m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Improve aquaculture
extension

Improved extension
services

300
farmers

Fisher forks trained.
Farm Visits and

demonstrations

7m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock


Project Name/Location


Objectives Targets Description of Activities Cost (KES) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

Remarks

Programme Fisheries Development and management

Establishment of Fish
Pond

Voi, Mwatate, Taveta

Wundanyi
Kasighau, Wundanyi,

Mata, Bura,

Mboghoni, Wusi-
Kishamba, Challa,

Werugha, Ronge ,

Bomani, Mata and
Chawia

Increase food security and
quality nutrition an income

500 Trainings


2.5m CGTT 2018-2022 CGTT

500 Ponds construction 44m CGTT 2018-2022 CGTT

500 Pond stocking with Fingerlings

and Fish Feeds,
Mud fish

34m CGTT 2018-2022 CGTT

Rehabilitation of

water dams

Mwatate-
Voi-

Taveta -
Wundanyi

Efficient resource utilization

for fish production

15 Rehabilitation , Desilting , 30m CGTT 2018-2022 CGTT

Community capacity building 2.5m CGTT 2018-2022 CGTT

stocking with Fingerlings

harvesting kits

5m CGTT 2018-2022 CGTT

Construction of fish
shades –Voi,

Enhanced quality assurance 4 Construction of fish shades 8m CGTT 2018-2022 CGTT


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Wundanyi Mwatate
Taveta market


Project Name/Location


Objectives Targets Description of Activities Cost (KES) Source of
funding

Timeframe Implementing
Agency

Remarks

Programme Name: Production of quality feeds for fish farming

Fish processing plant Improved quality fish feeds 2 Operationalize fish feed processing

plant

1.5m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Capture Fish
development in lake

Jipe ( Kachero and

Mkwajuni)

Modern landing sites
developed

2 Develop landing sites 60m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Beach Management

Unit trained

Mahoo, Jipe, Challa

Improve Productivity 20 Capacity building of BMU 1m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Cage farming at Lake
Jipe and Challa.


Improve Productivity 100 Installation of cages


30m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Purchase motorboats
Jipe, Challa

Improve lake surveillance 2 Purchase of two motor boats 4m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock


Project Name/Location


Objectives Targets Description of Activities Cost (KES) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

Remarks

Programme Name: Food safety Quality assurance

Improvement of

fisheries Post-harvest

management

Adoption of Post-harvest

technology

10 Training of groups on Post-harvest

management technology.

1m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Fish value Addition
marketing

Improve market access 5 Forming groups, cooperatives and
training on marketing.

0.5m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock

Modern fish market Improve market access 2 No of markets constructed 10m CGTT 2018-2022 CO- Livestock


(v) Sub-sector: Urban Development (Physical Planning and Survey)
Lands -sector

Project Name Location Objective Output /Outcome Performance

indicators

Timeframe

(Start-End)

Implementing Agencies Cost (Ksh.)

Programme: Land Policy

Land Use Policy


Taita Taveta

County

To provide

appropriate

guidelines for

sustainable use of
land

Promote sustainable

use of land and

minimize land

conflicts

No of Policies

developed

2018-2019 Lands Dept. 5 M

County Spatial Bill


Taita Taveta

County

To provide

appropriate
guidelines for

County Spatial Act No of bills

developed/enacted

2018-2019 Lands Dept. 15 M


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sustainable use of
land

Programme Name: Land Use Planning

County Spatial Plan Taita Taveta
County

To ensure
sustainable and

optimal land use

To Promote
coordinated

development in the

county

No of plans developed 2018-2022 Lands Dept. 100 M

Urban Areas Integrated
development plans

Taita Taveta
County

To ensure
sustainable and

optimal land use

Well-coordinated
urban areas

No of plans developed 2018-2022 Lands Dept. 75 M

Local physical
development plans

Taita Taveta
County

To ensure
sustainable and

optimal land use

Well Planned Market
centers

No of plans developed 2018-2022 Lands Dept. 70 M

Urban Settlement Planning


Taita Taveta

County

To ensure

sustainable and
optimal land use

Planning of new

urban/town centers
in the sub counties

No of Urban settlement

Plans Developed

2018-2022 Lands Dept. 15 M

Short term plans

preparations

Taita Taveta

County

Harmonized and

standardized system
of physical planning

for the country

Neighborhood land

use plans around key
strategic facilities

e.g. Airports,

Railways,
Universities, etc.

No of Short term plans

Prepared

2018-2022 Lands Dept. 15 M

Slum Upgrading Taita Taveta

County

Harmonized and

standardized system

of physical planning
for the country

To ensure squatter

settlement schemes

are planned for and
ownership

documents availed

No of Settlement

schemes upgraded

2018-2022 Lands Dept. 50 M

Programme Name: Spatial Data Infrastructure

Development of a GIS

platform

Taita Taveta

County

To develop base

maps for planning

and design

To enhance

sustainable land use

No of system developed 2018-2022 Lands Dept. 25 M

Digital Development
Control system

Taita Taveta
County

To develop base
maps for planning

and design

Improved and
effective approval

system

No of Development
control system

developed

2018-2020 Lands Dept. 15 M

County Addressing
System

Taita Taveta
County

To develop base
maps for planning

and design

To Develop a Street
and property

addressing system

No of County
addressing Unit system

developed

2018-2022 Lands Dept. 15 M

Programme Name: Land Survey and Mapping

Surveying and dispute
resolution

Taita Taveta
County

To promote peaceful
co-existence among

the locals and

between Kenya and
her neighboring

countries

To resolve and
minimize Land

boundary dispute

No of Surveys
conducted

2018-2022 Lands Dept. 100 M

Re-planning and

surveying of all trading
centers and market

Taita Taveta

County

To resolve land

disputes and boost
investor confidence

To resolve and

minimize Land
boundary dispute

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Programme Name: Governance & Administration

Development Control Taita Taveta

County

Harmonized and

standardized system

of physical planning
for the country

Ensure compliance

in matters on

development

No of Sensitization

Forums held

2018-2022 Lands Dept. 5 M

Awareness creation Taita Taveta

County

To promote peaceful

co-existence among
the locals and

between Kenya and

her neighboring

countries

An informed and

enlightened public
on matters of survey

No of awareness

creation forums held

2018-2022 Lands Dept. 5 M

Lands Dept. to designate

the roads from Mkuyuni

to Lambo- Mboghoni


B) Sector: Health (Proposed)

Project

Name/Location


Objectives Targets Description of

Activities

Cost (Ksh.) Source of

funding

Timeframe Implementing

Agency

Remarks

Mghange-Dawida

Model Health

Centre

Mwanda/Mgange

Ward


To Provide

Comprehensive health

care services and

conducive working

environment

Construct 1 No. Twin

staff house block.


Renovate out patient.


Rehabilitate incinerator
Fencing of H/C


Equip H/C

Construction and

occupation of the staff

house

.

Face lifting of the
outpatient.

Rehabilitation of

incinerator


Fencing of H/C


Procure and equip-Lab

and Maternity

6,000,000


1,500,000


500,000


2,000,000


1,000,000

CGTT 2018-22 CGTT Make service

delivery accessible

to community


Ensure security

Mgange Nyika HC


Mwanda/Mgange
Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health

care services and
conducive working

environment

Complete Maternity

Block.


Renovate out patient.


Construct 1 twin staff
house.


Complete, equip and use

Maternity Block.


Renovate outpatient

block creation and

spacious laboratory and
pharmacy.

Construction and

occupation of the staff
house.

6,000,000


2,000,000


6,000,000


CGTT CGTT Make service

delivery accessible

to community


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Rehabilitate incinerator Rehabilitation of
incinerator

500,000

Wundanyi SCH


Wundanyi/Mbale

Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health
care services and

conducive working

environment

Construct 1Twin staff

house.


Construct observation

ward.


Construct administration

block

.

Expand the existing

outpatient block.
Rehabilitate incinerator

Fencing

Disability friendly
services

Construction one Twin

staff house.
Construction and equip

observation ward for

male and female.
Construction and

furnishing of

administration block.

Expansion of the

existing outpatient block

to cater for laboratory
and pharmacy.

Rehabilitation of

incinerator
Fencing of facility

Toilet

Ramp
Beds

1,5000,000


6,000,000


5,000,000


1,500,000

500,000

500,000
700,000

300,000

400,000


CGTT CGTT Make service

delivery accessible
to community


Improve security


Nyache Health

Centre


Wumingu/Kishushe

Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health
care services and

conducive working

environment

Renovate the existing

outpatient block.
Fencing


Construct 1Twin staff

house.


Rehabilitate incinerator


Renovation and

equipping the existing
outpatient block.


Fencing of HC


Construction one Twin

staff house.


Rehabilitation of

incinerator

2,500,000


2,000,000


6,000,000


500,000

CGTT Make service

delivery accessible
to community


Improve on security

Wesu Sub County

Hospital


Wundanyi/Mbale

Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health

care services and
conducive working

environment

Renovate the outpatient

block.


Construct a Psychiatry

Unit


Construct staff house


Construct a consolation


Renovate the outpatient

block to create more

room for Dental
laboratory and

Pharmacy.

Construction and
equipping of a

psychiatry unit


Construction of staff

house 1 block 3 storey

building.


Construction of

consolation bay


1,000,000


10,000,000


10,000,000


1,000,000


600,000


CGTT

Make service

delivery accessible

to community


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Equipping the facility
with diagnostic kits for

sickle cell diagnosis


Equipping the facility
with diagnostic kits for

sickle cell diagnosis

Kishushe

Dispensary


Wumingu/Kishushe

Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health

care services and
conducive working

environment

Complete the Maternity

Block


Renovate the outpatient

block.


Renovate the old staff

house.


Rehabilitate incinerator


Electrification of facility

Complete, equip and use

of the Maternity Block

Face lifting of the
outpatient block.


Renovation the old staff

house.


Rehabilitation of
incinerator


Supply electricity

2,000,000


1,500,000


500,000


500,000

500,000

CGTT CGTT Make service

delivery accessible

to community

Werugha Health
Centre


Werugha Ward

To Provide
Comprehensive health

care services and

conducive working
environment

Renovate the outpatient
block and equip


Complete the staff house.


Renovate the outpatient

block.


Rehabilitate incinerator

Renovation/extension
and equipping of the

outpatient block.


Completion of staff

house drainage system.

Renovate the outpatient
block.to create more

space

Rehabilitation of
incinerator

1,500,000


1,000,000


1,000,000


500,000

CGTT CGTT Make service
delivery accessible

to community

Mbale Health
Centre


Wundanyi/Mbale
Ward

To Provide
Comprehensive health

care services and

conducive working
environment

Complete the Maternity
Block.


Renovate the outpatient
block.


Rehabilitate incinerator
Fencing

Completion of the
Maternity Block.


Renovation of the
outpatient block.

(remove asbestos roofing

materials)
Rehabilitation of

incinerator

Fencing of Facility

1,500,000


1,000,000


500,000


500,000

CGTT CGTT Make service
delivery accessible

to community


-

Improve security


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Kwamnengwa
Dispensary


Bura Ward

To Provide
Comprehensive health

care services and
conducive working

environment

Construct 1 twin staff
house.


Renovate the outpatient

block and the old staff

house.


Construct maternity

block.


Rehabilitate incinerator


Water tank

Construction of 1 twin
staff house.


Renovation of the

outpatient block and the

staff house.


Construct, equip and

utilize maternity
services.


Rehabilitation of
incinerator

Construction of water

tank

6,000,000


1,500,000


6,000,000


500,000

300,000

CGTT CGTT Make service
delivery accessible

to community


Kighangachinyi

Dispensary


Wusi/Kishamba

Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health

care services and
conducive working

environment

Renovate the old

outpatient block.


Rehabilitate incinerator


Fencing of facility

Face lifting of the old

outpatient block.


Rehabilitation of

incinerator

Fencing

1,500,000


500,000
1,000,000

CGTT CGTT Make service

delivery accessible

to community


Improve security

Bura Model Health
Centre

Bura Ward

To Provide
Comprehensive health

care services and

conducive working
environment

Convert the old
dispensary block to staff

houses.

Upgrade power supply.


Rehabilitate incinerator

Conversion of the old
dispensary block to staff

houses.

Purchase of standby
generator

Rehabilitation of

incinerator

3,000,000


2,000,000


500,000

CGTT CGTT Make service
delivery accessible

to community

Msau Dispensary

Ronge Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health

care services and
conducive working

environment

Renovate the outpatient

and the staff quarters.

Construct a new twin staff
house


Rehabilitate incinerator

Renovation of the

outpatient and the staff

quarters.
Construction of a twin

house


Rehabilitation of

incinerator

1,000,000


6,000,000


500,000

CGTT CGTT Make service

delivery accessible

to community

Moi (Voi) Hospital

Mbololo Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health

care services and
conducive working

environment

Construction of hospital

complex (ICU, HDU,

A&E, Specialists clinic,
surgical ward, paediatric

ward, laboratory, theatres,

Construction of hospital

complex (ICU, HDU,

A&E, Specialists clinic,
surgical ward, pediatric

ward, laboratory,

300,000,000


CGTT CGTT Make service

delivery accessible

to community


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isolation ward, PWID
ward etc.)


Setting up of emergency

response unit.


Renovation of admin

block

Construction of new
morgue.


Construction of new
kitchen block.


Construction of a youth

friendly center


Equipping the facility

with diagnostic kits for

sickle cell diagnosis

theatres, isolation ward,
PWID ward etc.)

Procurement of Three
state of the art

Ambulances and setting

up a communication
center.

Renovation of admin

block
Construction fully

equipped modern

mortuary.
Construction of new

kitchen block.


Construction of a youth

friendly center


Equipping the facility

with diagnostic kits for

sickle cell diagnosis


25,000,000


2,500,000

15,000,000


7,000,000

10,000,000


600,000

Ndovu HC
Kaloleni Ward

To Provide
Comprehensive health

care services and

conducive working

environment

Complete Maternity
Block.


Renovation of old OPD

block


Construction of one 2
storey containing 6

2bedroom house.

Upgrade power supply.


Rehabilitate incinerator

Fencing

Maternity Block
completed and in use and

fully equipped.

Renovation of old OPD

block


Construction of one 2

storey containing 6 2-
bedroom house

Purchase of standby

generator
Rehabilitation of

incinerator

Fencing perimeter all

4,000,000


1,500,000


18,000,000


500,000

500,000


500,000


CGTT CGTT Make service
delivery accessible

to community


Improve security

Bughuta Health
Centre

Kasighau Ward

To Provide
Comprehensive health

care services and

conducive working
environment

Construction and
equipping of laboratory,

maternal shelter.

Construction of one twin
staff house.


Upgrade power supply.


Rehabilitate incinerator


Fencing

Construction and
equipping of laboratory,

maternal shelter.

Construction of one twin
staff house.


Purchase of standby
generator

Rehabilitation of

incinerator
Construct a fence

7,000,000


6,000,000


2,000,000


500,000


500,000

CGTT CGTT Make service
delivery accessible

to community


Improve security


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Ndilidau Dispensary

Mata Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health

care services and
conducive working

environment


Construction of one twin

staff house.


Renovation of OPD

block.


Rehabilitate incinerator


Fencing


Provision of placenta

disposal pits and
incinerators


Equip maternity wing

Construction of one twin

staff house.


Renovation of OPD

block.


Rehabilitation of

incinerator


Fencing


Provision of placenta

disposal pits and

incinerators


Equipping maternity

wing

6,000,000


1,000,000


500,000


1,000,000


1,200,000


3,000,000

CGTT CGTT Make service

delivery accessible

to community


Improve security

Kitobo Dispensary


Mboghoni ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health

care services and
conducive working

environment

Renovation of OPD block


Construction of one twin
staff house.


Rehabilitate incinerator


fencing

Renovation of OPD

block


Construction of one twin

staff house.

Rehabilitation of
incinerator


Construct a fence

1,000,000


6,000,000


500,000


500,000

CGTT CGTT Make service

delivery accessible

to community


Improve security

Sangeroko

Dispensary


Werugha Ward


To Provide

Comprehensive health

care services and
conducive working

environment


Connect electricity supply

from main line.


Construct of one twin

staff house.


Renovations of OPD

block (pharmacy).


Construction of

laboratory block.


Construct incinerator


Construct maternity wing


Fencing


Connect electricity

supply from main line.


Construction of one twin

staff house.


Face lifting of Out

Patient block


Construction of

laboratory block.


Construction of

incinerator, fence and

ash pit.
Construct maternity

wing

Construction of fencing

500,000


6,000,000


1,000,000


2,000,000


1,000,000


5,000,000


1,000,000

CGTT CGTT Make service

delivery accessible

to community


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Mwanda health

center

Mwanda/Mghange

To Provide

Comprehensive health

care services and
conducive working

environment

Construction of one twin

staff house.


Renovation of OPD

block.


Rehabilitate incinerator

Construction of one twin

staff house.


Face lifting of Out

Patient block.


Rehabilitation of

incinerator

6,000,000


1,000,000


500,000

CGTT CGTT Make service

delivery accessible

to community

Sagalla Health

center

Sagalla Ward


To Provide

Comprehensive health

care services and

conducive working
environment

Construct one Twin staff

house


Renovate of the entire
building.


Rehabilitate incinerator
and construct an ashpit


Construct one Maternity

Wing

Construct one Twin staff

house

Renovation of the entire

building


Rehabilitation of
incinerator and construct

an ashpit


Construct one Maternity

Wing

6,000,000


1,000,000


500,000


5,000,000

CGTT CGTT Make service

delivery accessible

to community

Kajire Dispensary

Sagalla Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health
care services and

conducive working

environment

Construct one Twin staff

house


Renovation of
the OPD block and staff

house


Rehabilitate incinerator

Construct maternity wing


10,000 liters’ water tank


Construct one Twin staff

house


Renovation of the OPD

block and staff house


Rehabilitation of
incinerator

Construct maternity

wing


Provision of water tank

6,000,000


1,000,000


500,000

6,000,000


100,000

CGTT CGTT Make service

delivery accessible
to community

Mwatate SDH
Mwatate Ward


To Provide
Comprehensive health

care services and

conducive working
environment

General Hospital
Renovations


Construction of
Outpatient block,

causality, mortuary block,

an X-ray department and
a Dental unit

Rehabilitate incinerator


General Hospital
Renovations


Construction of
causality, laboratory and

Out Patient block with a

fully equipped dental
unit, mortuary

And X-ray department


1,000,000


30,000,000


CGTT CGTT Make service
delivery accessible

to community


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Equipping the facility
with diagnostic kits for

sickle cell diagnosis

Equipping the facility
with diagnostic kits for

sickle cell diagnosis

600,000

Mwashuma
Dispensary


Bura ward

To Provide
Comprehensive health

care services and

conducive working
environment

Complete maternity block
and ward


Construct one twin staff

house.


Renovation of OPD block


Rehabilitate incinerator


Fencing


Purchase water tank
10000 litres

Complete maternity
block and ward drainage

system


Construct one twin staff

house.


Renovation of OPD

block


Rehabilitation of

incinerator


Fencing


Water tank

2,500,000


6,000,000


1,000,000


500,000


1,000,000
100,000

CGTT CGTT Make service
delivery accessible

to community


Improve security

Mbagha Dispensary

Bura Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health
care services and

conducive working

environment

Expansion and renovation

of OPD block


Rehabilitate incinerator


Construct of maternity

block


Expansion and

renovation of OPD block
Rehabilitation of

incinerator


Construction of

maternity block

1,000,000


500,000


6,000,000

CGTT CGTT Make service

delivery accessible
to community

Mrughua

Dispensary

Bura Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health

care services and
conducive working

environment


Construction of one twin

staff house


Renovation of OPD block

and old building.


Rehabilitate incinerator


Construct maternity block

Construction of one twin

staff house


Renovation of OPD

block and old building.

Rehabilitation of
incinerator

Construction of

maternity block

5,500,000


1,000,000


500,000


6,000,000

CGTT CGTT Make service

delivery accessible

to community

Shelemba
Dispensary

Ronge ward

To Provide
Comprehensive health

care services and

conducive working
environment


Renovation of staff house
and equip OPD and old

building.

.
Construction of one twin

house.


Construction of a

maternity block.

Renovation of staff
house, OPD and old

buildings.


Construction of one twin

house.


Construct, equip and

utilize maternity

services.

1,500,000


6,000,000


CGTT CGTT Make service
delivery accessible

to community


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Rehabilitate incinerator


fencing

Rehabilitation of
incinerator


Fencing

3,000,000


500,000


1,000,000


Improve security

Manoa Dispensary

Chawia Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health
care services and

conducive working

environment


Renovation of OPD block

and create room for
laboratory


Construction of one twin

house and maternity

block.

Install power supply.


Construct a new
incinerator

Renovation of OPD

block.


Construction of one twin

house and maternity

block.

Installation of electricity

supply.


Construction of a new

incinerator, fence and

ash pit.


2,000,000


6,000,000


500,000


2,000,000


CGTT CGTT Make service

delivery accessible
to community

Kighombo

Dispensary
Ronge Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health
care services and

conducive working

environment

Renovation of laboratory

block.


Construction of one twin

house.


Construction of maternity

block.


Rehabilitate

Incinerator


Fencing


Construct of a shade
along the corridor from

maternity to laboratory

Renovation of laboratory

block.


Construction of one twin

house


Construction and

equipping maternity
block.


Rehabilitation of
incinerator


Fencing


Construction of a shade

along the corridor from
maternity to laboratory

500,000


6’000,000


3,000,00


500,000


1,000,000
1,000,000

CGTT CGTT Make service

delivery accessible
to community


Improve security

Mwambirwa SDH
Ronge ward

To Provide
Comprehensive health

care services and

conducive working
environment

Renovation of entire
building.


Construction of one twin
house.


Upgrade power supply.

Renovation of entire
building


Construction of one twin
house.


Purchase of standby
generator.

1,000,000


6,000,000


CGTT CGTT Make service
delivery accessible

to community


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Rehabilitate incinerator


Rehabilitation of
incinerator


2,000,000


500,000

Modambogho
Dispensary.

Mwatate Ward

To Provide
Comprehensive health

care services and

conducive working

environment

Construction of one twin
house


Construct an inpatient

block.


Construct an Incinerator


Construction of one twin
house


Construction and

equipping of an inpatient

block

(Observation ward).


Construction of new

incinerator, fence and
ash pit.

6,000,000


6,000,000


1,000,000

CGTT CGTT Make service
delivery accessible

to community

Dawson
Mwanyumba

Dispensary

Wusi/Kishamba
Ward

To Provide
Comprehensive health

care services and

conducive working
environment

Renovate of OPD
building and laboratory


Construct one twin staff
house.


Construct a maternity

block


Construct an incinerator

Renovation of OPD
building.


Construction of one twin

house


Construction an and

equipping of a maternity

block.


Construction of

incinerator, fence and
ash pit.

3,000,000


6,000,000


5,000,000


1,000,000

CGTT CGTT Make service
delivery accessible

to community

Dembwa

Dispensary
Wusi/Kishamba

Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health
care services and

conducive working

environment

Renovate of OPD and

maternity block.


Construct one twin house.


Rehabilitate incinerator


Fencing


Renovation of OPD and

maternity building.


Construction of one twin
house.


Rehabilitation of
incinerator


Fencing


1,000,000


6,000,000


500,000


1,000,000


150,000

CGTT CGTT Make service

delivery accessible
to community


Improve security


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Construct of a placenta pit Construction of placenta
pit

Saghaighu

Dispensary
Bura Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health
care services and

conducive working

environment

Renovation of OPD

building.


Construct one twin house


Construct a maternity

block an equipping.


Rehabilitate incinerator


Renovation of OPD

building.


Construction of one twin

house.


Construction and

equipping of a maternity

block.


Rehabilitation of

incinerator

1,000,000


6,000,000


3,000,000


500.000

CGTT CGTT Make service

delivery accessible
to community

Mwakitau Health
Centre

Bura Ward

To Provide
Comprehensive health

care services and

conducive working
environment

Renovate OPD building
and equipping


Construct one twin house.


Rehabilitate incinerator


Renovation of OPD
building and equipping


Construction of one twin

house.


Rehabilitation of

incinerator

3,000,000


6,000,000


500,000

CGTT CGTT Make service
delivery accessible

to community

Mpizinyi Health

Centre
Wusi/Kishamba

Ward


To Provide

Comprehensive health
care services and

conducive working
environment

Renovate OPD building,

staff houses.


Construct one twin house.


Rehabilitate incinerator
and new placenta pit


Construct maternity block


fencing

Renovation of OPD

building, staff houses.


Construction of one twin
house.


Rehabilitation of
incinerator and new

placenta pit


Construct maternity

block


fencing

1,000,000


6,000,000


1,500,000


3,000,000


1,000,000

CGTT CGTT Make service

delivery accessible
to community


Improve security

David Kayanda

Dispensary
Mbololo Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health
care services and

conducive working

environment

Renovate/expand OPD

building.


Construction of one twin
staff house.


Renovation/expand OPD

building.


Construction of one twin

house.


Completion of staff

house drainage system

1,500,000


6,000,000


CGTT CGTT Make service

delivery accessible
to community


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Completion of staff
house.


Rehabilitate incinerator


Construct maternity block

and equipping


Rehabilitation of

incinerator


Construction of

maternity block and
equipping


500’000


500,000

3,000,000

Rumangao

Dispensary

Saghala Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health

care services and

conducive working
environment

Renovation of OPD

building, maternity block

and laboratory


Construction of one twin

staff house.


Construct an incinerator

Renovation of OPD

building, maternity and

laboratory


Construction of one twin

staff house.
Construction of

incinerator, fence and

ash pit.

2,000,000


6,000,000


1,000,000

CGTT CGTT Make service

delivery accessible

to community

Marungu

Dispensary

Marungu Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health

care services and
conducive working

environment

Renovation/expand OPD

building.


Construction of one twin
staff house.


Rehabilitate incinerator

Renovation/expand OPD

building to create

laboratory and
pharmacy.


Construction of one twin
staff house.


Rehabilitation of
incinerator

1,000,000


6,000,000


500,000

CGTT CGTT Make service

delivery accessible

to community

Makwasinyi

Dispensary
Marungu Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health
care services and

conducive working

environment

Renovation/expand OPD

building.


Construct one twin staff
house.


Construct maternity block
and laboratory


Rehabilitate incinerator

Renovation/expand OPD

building.


Construction of one twin
staff house


Construction and
equipping of a maternity

block and laboratory


Rehabilitation of

incinerator

1,000,000


6,000,000


5,000,000


500,000

CGTT CGTT Make service

delivery accessible
to community

Miasenyi

Dispensary
Marungu Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health
care services and

conducive working

environment

Renovation/expand OPD

block.


Renovation/expand OPD

building (laboratory,
pharmacy).


1,000,000


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delivery accessible
to community


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Construction one twin

staff house


Construct maternity

block.


Renovation of existing

staff house


Construct incinerator

Construction of one twin
staff house


Construction and

equipping of a maternity

block


Renovation of existing

staff house.


Construction of
incinerator fence and

Ashpit.

6,000,000


5,500,000


1,000,000


1,000,000

Maungu Model

Health Centre
Marungu Ward

To Provide

Comprehensive health
care services and

conducive working

environment

Construct storm water cut

off drain.


Construct laboratory
block and Construction of

office block


Construct one twin staff

house


Construct waiting bay.


Construct incinerator <