Delegation of the European Union to Kenya
Together, the European Union and its Member States are the biggest suppliers of development assistance to Kenya.
The EU uses several different channels of funding to support development.
The EU is investing around €50 million in projects in Kenya's health sector
The EU is providing major financial support for projects to upgrade Kenya's transport, energy and water infrastructure
The European Union is providing more than €200 million of financial support for Kenya's agricultural sector, food security and resilience to climatic shocks
The objective of this project is to increase agricultural productivity of the ASAL areas in the long term with the intermediate objective of increased agricultural production and productivity in ASAL through development, distribution and application of appropriate technologies.
Most fortified flours are beyond the reach of the poor and vulnerable households and packaged flour is not routinely consumed by rural and urban poor households.