SAGAs 2018-04-24T13:18:45+00:00


The following are Semi-Autonomous Government Agency under State Department for Planning:-

National Council for Population and Development(NCPD)

The Council was established through the Legal Notice No. 120 contained in the Kenya Gazette Supplement No. 68 dated 29th October 2004 due to the need to reposition population issues for national development.Read more

Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) 

KNBS is a department in Kenya’s Ministry of Planning which collects, analyses and deserminates statistical data in Kenya.Read more

New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD)

NEPAD is designed to address the current challenges facing the African continent. Issues, such as escalating poverty levels, underdevelopment and the continued marginalization of Africa, needed a new radical intervention, spearheaded by African leaders, to develop a new vision that would guarantee African renewal.Read  more

The Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA)

KIPPRA is an Autonomous Public Institute that was established in May 1997 aimed to provide quality public policy advice to the Government of Kenya by conducting objective research and analysis and through capacity building in order to contribute to the achievement of national development goals.Read  more

 The National Government Constituencies Development Fund (NG-CDF)

NG-CDF is a fund established in 2003 through an Act of Parliament, the Fund is domiciled within the ministry of Planning.The main purpose of the Fund is to enhance infrastructural and socio-economic development at the grass root level in order to reduce poverty by dedicating a minimum of two and half per cent (2.5%) of all National Government’s share of annual revenue towards community projects identified at constituency level by the communities.Read  more

 Rural Development Authorities(RDAs)

Lake Basin Development Authority (LBDA)

Lake Basin Development Authority was established in 1979 by an Act of Parliament, Cap 442 to spearhead development in the Kenyan portion of Lake Victoria basin.The Act empowers the Authority to undertake overall integrated planning, co-ordination and implementation of programs and projects in the basin.The Authority’s area of jurisdiction covers 18 Counties, 15 of which are fully covered and 3 are covered partially.  (The entire former Nyanza, Western Province and parts of the Rift Valley).Read more

Kerio Valley Development Authority (KVDA)

Kerio Valley Development Authority is a Regional Development Authority mandated to spearhead Development within the Kerio Valley region and its catchment regions, with a view to fostering sustainable economic development and empowering the communities.Read more

Ewaso Nyiro North Development Authority

Ewaso Ng’iro South River Basin Authority is a state of corporation established in 1989 by the Act of Parliament Cap 447 of the Laws of Kenya with the abroad mandate to plan and coordinate the implementations of developments projects in the Ewaso N’giro River Basin and catchment areas and for connected purposes.Read more

Ewaso Nyiro South River Basin Authority

Ewaso Ng’iro North Development Authority (ENNDA) is mandater to plan, co-ordinate and implement development projects and programmes, in the Ewaso Ng’iro North basin and catchment areas.Ewaso Ng’iro South River Basin Authority (ENSDA).Read more

Tana And Athi Rivers Development Authority

Tana and Athi Rivers Development Authority (TARDA) is a state corporation established under Ministry of Planning.TARDA’s mandate is responsible to the Government for planning, coordination and implementation of projects within the Tana and Athi rivers basins.The authority is also charged with the task of advising the government on all matters pertaining to the development of the areas especially in relation to the maximum utilization of water and other resources.Read more

Coast Development Authority

Coast Development Authority establishment was to carry out regional planning and effective utilization of the unique resources found in Coast Region. This was to address the social and economic problems experienced particularly in the high incidence of poverty, unemployment, and the decline in agricultural production.Read more