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UK Department for International Development in Kenya (DFID Kenya)



DFID will deliver its programmes through wide-ranging partnerships with UN agencies, non-governmental and civil society organisations, private sector organisations and managing agents. There will be limited channelling of UK aid through Government of Kenya systems until there are measurable improvements in the government’s management of public finances. DFID is also one of Kenya’s largest development partners, supporting the Kenya Joint Assistance Strategy (2007-2012) which brings together 13 bilateral and four multilateral partners including the World Bank and UNDP. This arrangement has resulted in an increasingly effective division of labour, and a framework for mutual accountability with government. 

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Regional focus Africa and the Arab States
Sector Food security, agriculture, forestry and fisheries
Human health
Science, assessment, monitoring and early warning
Transport, infrastructure and human settlements
Adaptation delivery activity Capacity building
Climate-resilient development planning
Communications and awareness-raising
Disaster risk reduction
Early warning systems
Humanitarian assistance
Monitoring and evaluation
Pilot adaptation programmes/projects
Risk/vulnerability mapping
NWP work area Adaptation planning and practices
Climate modelling, scenarios and downscaling
Climate related risks and extreme events
Methods and tools
Technologies for adaptation
Climate hazards Drought
Operational scale National

Organizations, institutions and private sector companies at all levels and in a wide range of sectors can become engaged with the NWP by becoming a partner and making Action Pledges. Information about how organizations can become engaged with work on adaptation under the NWP can be found here.