Implementation Framework 2021-03-26T19:48:24+00:00

Implementation Framework

KDRDIP Implementation Framework

Wajir South Member of Parliament Prof. Mohamud Mohamed Omari helps elderly women to tap water from a newly launched project in Aktahel Community. The project was funded by KDRDIP, a World Bank funded project mitigating against adverse impacts caused by refugee presence among hosting communities in Kenya. The water project was the community’s priority development need. Prof. Omar was accompanied by Principal Secretary Micah Powon and Wajir County Deputy Governor Hon. Abdihafid Abdulahi Yarrow.

Kenya Development Response on Displacement Impacts Project (KDRDIP) operates on the principles of community driven development approach. Community committees are required to have membership with gender balance of a ratio of 1 to 1.

Kenya Development Response on Displacement Impacts Project (KDRDIP) is implemented on the principles of Community Driven Development (CDD) approach. This involves building capacities of grassroots governance institutions in order to be more inclusive and representative. The approach ensures that the voices of all communities/groups are heard in the decision‐making processes. It strengthens government administrative functions and helps in ensuring responsive public service delivery. It contributes to social cohesion and enables communities to identify and prioritize investments that address their needs. The approach raises the voice of the marginalized groups especially that of women, female‐headed households, youths and other groups that are disproportionately affected.

CDD is a bottom-up approach where communities make own decisions on what they want. KDRDIP uses the following structures in its implementation

  • Community Structures
  • County Integrated Project Implementation Units (CIPIUs)
  • County Technical Committees (CTC)
  • National Project Implementation Unit (NPIU)
  • National Technical Committee (NTC)
  • National Project Steering Committee (NPSC)