Over 360 UN Volunteers recruited as the Blue Economy Champions were awarded certificates for their exemplary support to the recently concluded Sustainable Blue Economy Conference, co-hosted by the Governments of Kenya, Canada and Japan; and supported by several other sponsors including UNDP
The Deputy President of Kenya, Hon. William Ruto today met with the United Nations Country Team in Kenya to discuss implementation plans for the UN Development Assistant Framework (UNDAF 2018-2022) which was launched in June 2018.
10 Young innovators were awarded grant financing for their innovative solutions to youth challenges to help realize the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Areas of interest include sustainable livelihoods, youth engagement in governance, leadership and decision-making, as well as youth action in preventing violence and other harmful practices against young women and girls.
UNDP Kenya in collaboration with the Government of Kenya has rolled out its programmatic blueprint for the next 5 years, with a promise to work closer with the people of Kenya to effectively respond to localized developmental challenges through integrated area-based programming that will ensure reach to the marginalised communities, especially those in the Arid and Semi-Arid areas and frontier counties in the spirit of the SDGs’ Leaving No One Behind.