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Productive sector
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Productive sector and trade

Overview 

This program seeks to address economic and social exclusion and inequality in Kenya through an integrated approach focussing on promoting inclusive growth by mainstreaming and promoting inclusiveness through the implementation of policies, strategies and programs that support sustainable development; empowering the poor as economic agents by developing their entrepreneurial and labour market skills, integrating them into value chains and promoting goods and services for the poor; and ensuring that legal, policy framework and institutional capacity is in place to effectively support sustainable management of the extractive sector

35,308

persons, half of them women

have benefited from UNDP’s livelihood intervention to become active economic agents.

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