Review and analysis of existing drought risk reduction policies and programmes in Kenya.
This study entail review and analysis of existing national level Disaster Risk Reduction policies and programmes including those of the Kenya government, bilateral and multi-lateral agencies as well as non-governmental organizations. The key outputs are the specific analyses on policies and programmes on Disaster Risk Reduction and outlines of intervention options to accommodate current climate / drought trends and institutional settings made to the relevant authorities within the country. The report will advise on the development of Concept Note on Drought Risk Reduction policy framework for the Horn of Africa under the auspices of the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD). The major output for the Drought Risk Reduction policy and programme review and analysis are recommendations and outline on opportunities for interventions aimed at enhancing short, medium and long-term drought programmes.