The foundational value and belief of community development is that the people themselves can improve their community by working together, building consensus on priorities and actions, building on community assets, and developing individual and community capacity
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Project monitoring and evaluation Consultancy for End -term review of the Kenya Coastal Development Project (KCDP) The KCDP project development objective was to improve management effectiveness and enhance revenue generation of Kenya’s coastal and marine resources. In addition, the global environment facility objective of the project was to strengthen conservation and sustainable use of marine and coastal biodiversity. Location within Country: Six (6) counties; Mombasa, Kwale, Kilifi, Lamu, Taita Taveta and Tana River Name of Client: Kenya Coastal Development Project – (KCDP)
Programme/Project impact evaluation Inventory and impact assessment of all the 125 Non-CPC projects funded by Water Services Trust Fund (WSTF) and the Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural Resources under the Kenya Water and Sanitation Programme (KWSP) and implemented by NGOs and/or Communities The assignment entailed conducting an Inventory and Rapid Impact Assessment of all the 125 funded NON-CPC projects across the eight Water Services Boards. The aim of the assignment was to inform the stakeholders – WSTF, WSB, WSP, WASREB, Ministry of Water, DPs and other water sector operators of the status, sustainability and impact of the non-CPC projects for future interventions. location Countrywide Survey. Name of Client: Water Services Trust Fund (WSTF)
Consultancy services to conduct physical verification and  sustainability assessment of Kenya/UNICEF WASH Programme supported projects/investments in Kenya (1236 projects The assignment entailed conducting physical verification and sustainability assessment of No. 1,236 UNICEF-GoK supported water and sanitation projects to establish the extent to which programme objectives have been achieved. This include verification of infrastructure developed and  sustainability of the services/facilities, impact of the projects, value for money of the project and to draw lessons learnt and recommendation for improving performance and future programme design and implementation. Location within Country: 20 Counties in arid and semi-arid areas in Kenya Name of Client: United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF)
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Institutional Capacity Building and StrengtheningConsultancy Supporting Water Sector Reforms communications and inductions training of the Ministry of Water and Sanitation (MWS), Waters Sector Institutions (WSIS and county government (CGs) on the New Water Laws (Constitution of Kenya 2010, Water Act 2016, and other relevant laws driving Water Sector Reforms in Kenya

The overall objective of the assignment was to:

    • Support the MWS to enhance the ongoing water reforms communications (triggered by the Constitution of Kenya and Water Act 2016), through the development and operationalization of a comprehensive water sector communication strategy, interactive web-based portal and information management system for the Water Sector Reforms
    • To enhance the capacity of identified water sector staff through performance enhancing induction training on the Constitution of Kenya, Water Act 2016, water policies and laws impacting the reforms.

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Name of Client: Ministry of Water and Sanitation (MWS)

Country of Assignment: Kenya

Institutional Capacity Building and StrengtheningSituational Analysis on Community Based Natural Resources Management (CBNRM) as a foundation for the development of a National Community Based Natural Resources Management Strategy (NCBNRMS) for Kenya.

The main objective of the assignment was undertaking a situational analysis of CBNRM in Kenya, including a CBNRM atlas and inventory for Kenya with a view to provide baseline understanding of where CBNRM is currently being implemented, and identifying sites in Kenya where CBNRM is feasible.

Location within Country: Country wide – Field visits to 6 sample counties namely, Narok, Nakuru, Lamu, Nyeri, Marsabit and Kisumu

Institutional Capacity Building and StrengtheningConsultancy Services for Enhancing Water Service Delivery GovernanceThe overall of the assignment was to strengthen corporate governance of water utilities & augment the regulatory function of WASREB on governance. The specific objectives (a). Strengthen the corporate governance of selected water utilities system for improved performance. Augment the governance regulatory function to WASREB and other actors in water service provision. To achieve this objective, the DIC worked closely with, WASREB, County Governments and eight (8) selected water utilities i.e. Nanyuki, Isiolo, Murang’a South, Malindi, Kakamega, Nakuru, Garissa and Busia.

Location within Country:
Nanyuki, Isiolo, Murang’a South, Malindi, Kakamega, Nakuru, Garissa and Busia.

Name of Client: Kenya Market Trust