Vision 2030 Essay

5052 Words Nov 29th, 2012 21 Pages
INTRODUCTION

Kenya vision 2030 aims to create a cohesive, equitable and just society based on democratic principles grounded in the existing, rich and diverse cultures in Kenya. The vision 2030 is based on three pillars namely Economic, Social and Political.

The economic pillar seeks to ensure prosperity for all Kenyans through economic development programs in key sectors aimed at achieving an average gross domestic product (GDP) of 10% per annum up to 2030. The social pillar aims at building a just and cohesive society with social equity in a clean and secure environment. The political pillar aims at the realization of a democratic political system founded on issue based politics that respects the rule of law and protects rights
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The end, Kenya achieved one of its biggest successes after holding a national referendum on the new constitution on the 4th august 2010 which was approved by 67% of those who voted. This led to the promulgation of the new constitution on 27th August 2010.

Foundations for National Transformation (Enablers)

The government recognizes the need for anchoring the Kenyan Vision 2030 on solid enablers if it is to effectively drive, influence and achieve the economic, social and political transformation of the country. These are: Physical infrastructure; Information and communication Technology; Science, Technology and innovations; Energy; Land reforms; Human resource development; Security, peace building and conflict resolution; Governance and public sector reforms; and Nairobi Metropolitan Development.

1. ECONOMIC PILLAR

1. Agricultural Sector

1. Enactment of consolidated agricultural policy reform legislation

The project consists of the development of an Agricultural Reform bill and the enactment of Consolidated Agricultural Policy Reform.

The Agriculture Sector Reform Bill has been drafted in line with the new Constitution. The Bill will also set up industry development funds and dispute resolution mechanisms. The following bills are complete and in final review for submission to the cabinet; The Crop Bill, The Livestock Bill (Fisheries

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