Results and Fact Sheets on Development Cooperation with Kenya

Sweden's strategy for development cooperation with Kenya 2009-2013 defines three priority sectors: natural resources, democratic governance and human rights as well as urban development. In broad terms, 60 per cent of aid goes to natural resources, 30 per cent to democratic governance and ten per cent to urban development. In addition, Sweden contributes to the growing international humanitarian aid to Kenya, necessitated by persistent drought and climatic changes.

Results sheets
Under Documents (to the right of the webpage) you can download four different result sheets for the development cooperation between Sweden and Kenya:

  • Results 2011: Natural Resources and Environment
  • Results 2011: Democracy and Human Rights: Governance, Justice and the Rule of Law
  • Results 2011: Democracy and Human Rights: Public Sector Reform
  • Results 2011: Urban Poverty and Development

Fact sheets
Under Documents (to the right of the webpage) you can download five different fact sheets outlining the development cooperation between Sweden and Kenya:

  •  Development coopertion with Kenya:
    Development cooperation in changing times
  •  Thematic priorities guide:
    Thematic priorities guide Swedish development cooperation
  •  Natural resources:
    Natural resources and environment
  •  Democratic governance:
    Reforms in governance key to success
  •  Urban development:
    Urban poverty a dynamic challenge