Kenya’s ‘Whole of Government Approach’
In 2016, Kenya became one of the first African countries to pass climate change legislation in the form of the Climate Change Act. Leaders understood that in order to succeed in boosting climate resilience and reducing greenhouse gas emissions, they would need all hands on deck. They call it a “whole-of-government approach,” and climate change units were created in every governmental ministry, state agency and county government. The Kenyan government seeks to integrate climate change at the national and sub-national levels, including a high-level climate change council, which reports to the president
Outputs: Policy Integration, Social and Network Infrastructure
Outcomes: Raise Ambition, Vertical NDC Integration, Knowledge Mobilization & Collaboration
Target actors: State/Provincial Goverment, Local Goverment
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