1. Wakilisha unveils Kenya Vision 2030 to the Nation
    The transformation has begun. Kenya Vision 2030 Wakilisha Campaign is being unveiled on the 6 th of December, 2011 at the Intercontinental Hotel as part of a nationwide awareness campaign dubbed ?Wakilisha?. Top dignitaries and our nation's stake…    
  2. Understanding Vision 2030
    Vision 2030 is a national long-term development blue-print that aims to transform Kenya into a newly industrialising, middle-income country providing a high quality of life to all its citizens by 2030 in a clean and secure environment. An interview…    
  3. House approves surety for KenGen steam power loans
    Business Daily, 18 th November 2011 The Government in conjunction with KenGen, the World Bank, the European Investment Bank, Japan International Corporation Agency and the French Development Agency, are financing the drilling of wells as part of…    
  4. Vision 2030 endorses Tatu City Project .
    Tatu City concept will be a flagship model for future urbanization in the country . The partnership will promote private-public exchange, debate and cooperation for similar projects. September 15, 2011? The Vision 2030 Delivery Board has today…    
  5. Enhancing our Country's Competitiveness
    JKIA upgrade and new unit to be completed on schedule in 2012 Nairobi, 27 th July, 2011 Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) has confirmed that the upgrade of current facilities and construction of the new Unit 4 at Jomo Kenyatta International…    
  6. Reinventing our Transportation System
    Vision 2030 confirms key flagship railway projects are on schedule Nairobi, Friday, July 22 nd , 2011 Two of Kenya's largest infrastructure projects which are expected to play a major role in transforming Kenya into an industrialized…    
  7. Working Together to Build a Better Kenya
    Why civil society should partner with the Government to drive Vision 2030 By Mugo Kibati In his article in The Star on Wednesday, July 13 th , titled Good Leaders Are Key to Vision 2030 , the Chairman of the National Council of NGOs - Mr Ken…    
  8. The Kenyan Dream
    It is Kenyans Who Own Vision 2030 By Mugo Kibati In his opinion article in the Daily Nation (Wed, July 20) Mr Koigi Wamwere attempted to articulate what appeared to be his concerns regarding Vision 2030. While thanking Mr Wamwere for his…    
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