UNDP Kenya Annual Report 2021

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UNDP Kenya Annual Report 2021

June 2, 2022

Guided by the Country Programme’s transformational agenda, CO-RESET, and its transition to CO-RESET 2.0, numerous successes across both programmes and operations have been achieved at a time of great uncertainty and disruption as UNDP Kenya adjusted to the new normal. The new Country Programme Document (2022-2026) was developed in line with the UN Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (UNSDCF) where UNDP’s “integrator” role was clearly evidenced. These are both aligned to Kenya’s Vision 2030, drawing lessons from the ongoing evaluation of Medium Term Plan (MTP) 3 and the recently launched preparations for MTP 4, two critical processes in the country, where UNDP is proud to be playing a helpful role; Resource mobilization was enhanced, reaching 135% of our annual target, reflecting the trust and confidence of our development partners in the work of UNDP. The Government Cost Sharing (GCS) Task Force was operationalized to make GCS a more significant contributor to the country office resource mix. The achievements outlined in this report form a good foundation on which we can build as we look forward to an even better 2022. Our combined strength is what makes us successful and, if we are to achieve an even better, greener 2022 and beyond, then partnerships are crucial to our continued success. UNDP Kenya looks forward to continued collaboration as we work with the Government of Kenya in delivering development results to millions of Kenya’s citizens.