Kenya Economic Stimulus Program

Economic Stimulus Programme
The Kenya Economic Stimulus Program (abbreviated as ESP) was a spending plan initiated by the Government of Kenya to boost economic growth and lead the Kenyan economy out of a recession at the end of the first decade of the 21st century.wikipedia
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Economy of Kenya

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The Kenya Economic Stimulus Program (abbreviated as ESP) was a spending plan initiated by the Government of Kenya to boost economic growth and lead the Kenyan economy out of a recession at the end of the first decade of the 21st century. Its aim was to jumpstart the Kenyan economy towards long term growth and development, after the 2007/2008 post election violence that affected the Kenyan economy.
The Kenya Economic Stimulus Program (ESP) was introduced in the 2010/2011 budget plan.

Government of Kenya

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The Kenya Economic Stimulus Program (abbreviated as ESP) was a spending plan initiated by the Government of Kenya to boost economic growth and lead the Kenyan economy out of a recession at the end of the first decade of the 21st century.

Uhuru Kenyatta

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It was introduced in the 2009/2010 Budget Speech in parliament by Finance Minister Uhuru Kenyatta.

2007–2008 Kenyan crisis

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Its aim was to jumpstart the Kenyan economy towards long term growth and development, after the 2007/2008 post election violence that affected the Kenyan economy.

Great Recession

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Other economic problems included prolonged drought, a rally in oil prices and food prices, and the effects of the 2008/09 global economic crisis.

Economic growth

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The stimulus was a response to the decline in the economic growth rate from 7.1% in 2007 to 1.7% in 2009.

Kenyan shilling

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The total budget allocated amounted to 22 Billion Kenya Shillings (260 million US$), with the money going towards the construction of schools, horticultural markets, jua kali sheds and public health centres in all the 210 constituencies.

List of constituencies of Kenya

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The total budget allocated amounted to 22 Billion Kenya Shillings (260 million US$), with the money going towards the construction of schools, horticultural markets, jua kali sheds and public health centres in all the 210 constituencies.

Kenya Vision 2030

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The choice of intervention measures of the ESP are framed within broader policy objectives, as stipulated in the Vision 2030, (the current national development blue-print.

Constitution of Kenya

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Agenda 4, and the Constitution of Kenya.

Irrigation

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Juakali

This project aims at constructing and equipping one ‘juakali’ shed per constituency.

Constituency Development Fund

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Stimulus Project Management Committee (SPMC) – Established by the Constituency Development Fund Committees (CDFC) at the constituency level.

Education in Kenya

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School management committees are to oversee implementation in primary schools and Board of Governors in secondary schools.

Board of directors

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School management committees are to oversee implementation in primary schools and Board of Governors in secondary schools.

Bura Irrigation and Settlement Project (Kenya)

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Although the NIB carried out rehabilitation works and installed two new pumps, little production took place until the Economic Stimulus Programme (ESP) was initiated in 2009.