Bilateral Partners
1Embassy of Denmark
2Embassy of Germany
3Embassy of the Kingdom of Netherlands
4Embassy of Sweden
5Embassy of Switzerland
6Embassy of Finland
7Embassy of Belgium
8Italian Agency for Development Cooperation
9Embassy of Spain
10German Development Bank (KFW-GER)
11German Technical Cooperation (GIZ - GER)
12French Development Agency (AFD-FRANCE)
13French Treasury
14Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
15Embassy of Japan
16 Indian High Commssion
17Embassy of China
18Global Affairs Canada
19United States Agency for International Development
20United Kingdom (DFID)
21Government of Austria
22Government of Hungary
23Korean International Cooperation Agency (KOICA)
24Government of Slovakia
25Turkey Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA)
26Embassy of Russia

Under the development cooperation coordination architecture, The Private Sector is represented by the main private Sector umbrella bodies. That is:

• Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA)
• Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM)
• Kenya National Chamber for Commerce and Industry (KNCCI)
• Federation of Kenya Employers (FKE)

The Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) are key stakeholders in the development effectiveness Agenda. Lack of a well- coordinated framework hinder proper inclusion in the development effectiveness dialogue. In Kenya, the Reality of Aid Africa (RoAA) is the focal point for CSOs in the coordination architecture. In addition, CSO focal points have been identified for the Joint Coordination Working Groups. RoAA therefore coordinates the CSOs participation based on their sector of engagement as well as the thematic area of discussion.

A CSO Partnership Framework is under discussion which will spell out the coordination structures from the National to the Community levels.

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