Vision 2030 is Kenya’s main planning blueprint to be implemented through a series of 5-year, medium-term rolling plans (MTP), with flagship projects under the current MTP (2013-2017) focusing on promoting pathways to devolution, socio-economic development, equity and national unity. MTP 2 recognizes environmental conservation and management of natural capital as pivotal to Kenya’s agriculture-driven economic growth.

The objective of this assignment was to undertake a scoping study to assess how sustainable and ecologically resilient approaches have or should be mainstreamed and to make policy recommendations that can be adopted to address the existing and potential negative environmental impacts of agricultural investments and contributing to women’s and youth empowerment in Kenya.

Prospect C&S provided the Team Leader for this assignment.

Client: Delegation of the European Union to Kenya
Location: Kenya
Period: 10/2015-05/2016