President's Delivery Unit
Towards achieving a new Kenya.
ICT is a major priority for the Jubilee government as it seeks to transform the country into a knowledge-based economy.
Heavy investments, such as Equipment and the expanded NHIF, will make access to health care a reality for millions of Kenyans at affordable or no cost.
More than 2.5M new title deeds have been processed while processing fees for another 3M titles waived. Surveying & mapping of land has also been done plus a National spatial plan launched.
Infrastructure spending is putting in place the roads, railways and ports and airports necessary to vault the country to middle-income industrialized status as spelt out in Vision 2030.
Provisioning of basic services to the most needy in society, the elderly, the very poor & orphaned, free primary education, cash transfer programs & access to health services.
The government has made interventions at every level of education to increase access to quality education to Kenyans.
Efforts to make food cheaper & available to all Kenyans are bearing fruit with various initiatives aimed at supporting farming, livestock rearing and fish production initiated.
The multi-billion investments in the sector are designed to support an industrialization agenda as spelt out in Vision 2030 and open up the country to new economic activities.
Initiatives aimed at helping youth & women enter the business environment via funding, skills training, nurturing enterprises & providing access to opportunities to do business with GoK.
We have made strategic investment in the security sector to maintain peace & security in the country while addressing modern day challenges of security including terrorism and cybercrime.
Leveraging on technology to revolutionize access government services and bringing them closer to the people, cutting delivery time and securing revenues paid for such services.
Huduma Centres are integrated government service centres that have enhanced accessibility of government services.