Agricultural policy-making in sub Saharan Africa: Kenya’s past policies
In many countries, the evolution and the development of policy is not documented. Therefore, for one to understand policy process, interviews have to be undertaken on individuals who are knowledgeable about the process. This study uses interviews to understand policy evolution and in the undertaking of Network Analysis. The overall objective is to understand the agriculture policy making process in Kenya with aim of reviewing the extent to which these initiatives, the internal formulation and implementation of individual country’s strategies integrate or augment each other. Specific objectives include;(i) To examine the situation relating to the agricultural policy making in the countryand how much emphasis have been placed in agricultural policy formulation and allocation of resources,(ii) To provide information that will help determine the extent to which the current domestic policies incorporate the key aspects of the mentioned Pan-African initiatives.