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Kenya Vision 2030 Overview

Presentation to Institutional Investor, Africa Investment Conference

A Vision for a Competitive Kenya
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Overarching Vision A globally competitive and prosperous nation with a high quality of life by 2030

Strategy

Economic To maintain a sustained economic growth of 10% p.a. for most of the next 20 years

Social A just and cohesive society enjoying equitable social development in a clean and secure environment

Political An issue-based, people-centered, result-oriented, and accountable democratic political system

Plans and implementation
Enablers and Macro - Foundations Cross cutting infrastructural development, STI, Public Sector Reforms and Macroeconomic stability

Foundations of Vision 2030 Strategy
The Enablers & Macro
Strategy: Strategy Undertake reforms in 10 key sectors that form the foundation of society for socio-political and economic growth. ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Macroeconomic stability for long term development Infrastructure Energy Science, Technology and Innovation ( STI) Land Reforms Human Resource Development Security Public Service Reforms.

Foundations of Vision 2030 Strategy
Economic Pillar ² Moving the economy value chain

Strategy:Six key sectors with potential to deliver 10% Strategy: economic growth per annum. ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Tourism Agriculture ( Agri -processing) Wholesale & Retail trade Manufacturing IT Enabled Services/Business Process Outsourcing Financial services

Foundations of Vision 2030 Strategy
Political Pillar ² Moving to the future as one nation

Strategy: Strategy Transformation of the Kenya¶s political governance across 5 strategic areas. ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Rule of Law ± a new constitution Electoral and political processes Democracy and public service delivery Transparency and accountability Security

Transformative vision 2030 Flagship Projects
‡124 flagships projects have been identified to be implemented in all sectors and are spread all over the country.

‡Implementation of these flagship projects is key to realization of Vision 2030

REGIONAL COMPETITIVENESS
JUBA
TO ADDIS ABABA

TO KISANGANI

BUJUMBURA

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Ndjamena Maiduguri

DARFUR
Zalingei

El Fasher GULF OF ADEN

Djibouti

CHAD NIGERIA

ETHIOPIA
Addis Ababa

CENTRAL AFRICAN

Nyala

SOUTHERN SUDAN
Juba

REPUBLIC
CAMEROON
DOUALA

Bangui
Yaunde

UGANDA
Kisangani Kasese Kampala Archer¶s Post

CONGO GABON
Kisumu

RWANDA

Kigali Mwanza

Nairobi

KENYA

LAMU

DRC
BURUNDI
Kigoma Bujumbura

Mombasa Tabora Tanga Dar-es-Salaam/ Bagamoyo

TANZANIA

ATLANTIC
OCEAN
ANGOLA

Mbeya

VISION OF EAST AFRICAN STANDARD GAUGE RAILWAY NETWORK AND THE LAMU ± DOUALA-DJAMENA CORRIDORS

Mtwara

INDIAN OCEAN

15/04/2011

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II Conference Showcased Projects

‡Geothermal Energy ‡New Airport ‡Commuter Rail ‡Railway Cities ‡Konza Technology City ‡Nairobi Urban Toll Road ‡Bonds

Conclusion
‡Kenya at a tipping point ± Coming of age

‡Reforms across the board ‡Governance ± New Constitution ‡Economic ‡Social ‡Infrastructure

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