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KENYA Energy and Marine

IATI Identifier: DK-CVR-40781218-KENYA
Published in IATI IATI
  • date_range Jan 01, 2018
  • autorenew Implementation (Status)

Kenya Energy: We aim for a situation where green technologies and improved framework conditions for renewable energy contribute to sustainable development and improved human wellbeing in the Coastal Kenya Region and in Kenya in general. In terms of energy, Kenya is still largely considered as energy poor according to the World Energy Outlook reports. The predominant fuels for lighting and cooking are kerosene and firewood respectively. These fuels have serious environmental challenges in terms of pollution and forest degradation. 44 percent of Kenyan households use kerosene as the main source of lighting, while 57 percent use collected firewood as the main source of cooking. Over and above the environmental challenges the exposure to smoke from cooking and other indoor air pollution, principally among women and children, is a bigger killer than malaria or tuberculosis. This energy poverty is more evident at the coast. WWF expect to contribute to the following outcomes i) Partner CSOs/ CBOs/ coalitions and platforms within the marine and energy sectors have been strengthened and consolidated to analyze, monitor and advocate for sustainable use and management of natural resources. ii) WWF and partners are engaging more effectively and play a larger role in decision making in policy dialogues within marine and energy sectors especially regarding access to and production of renewable energy at both national and county level iii) Increased equity and rights for young and adult women and men in decision making regarding use and management of natural resources in the energy and marine sectors. Kenya Marine: We aim for a desired situation where civil society influence policy and market decisions to ensure that the marine resources are used and managed in a sustainable way to the benefit of the marine resources and the resource dependent communities in the Coastal Kenya region. For the fisheries sector, unsustainable fishing practices, illegal, unregulated and unreported fishing, unsustainable financial flows and market failures are identified as key challenges. Many important marine species are either fully exploited or overexploited and mangroves, sea beds and coral reefs are highly impacted or destroyed, harming not only the marine biodiversity but also the livelihoods of coastal communities. Beyond the impacts caused directly by marine activities, there are also several land-based threats (e.g. sedimentation, pollution and water abstractions) as well as the global phenomenon of climate change that is increasingly being felt in the coastal and marine areas. WWF expect to contribute to the following outcomes i) Partner CSOs/CBOs/coalitions and platforms within the marine and energy sectors have been strengthened and consolidated to analyze, monitor and advocate for sustainable use and management of natural resources. ii) WWF and partners are engaging more effectively and play a larger role in decision making in policy dialogues within marine and energy sectors especially regarding the use of, rights to and management of marine resources. iii) Increased equity and rights for young and adult women and men in decision making regarding use and management of natural resources in the energy and marine sectors.

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Sectors:
  • Public sector policy and administrative management error
    Sector code:
    151 - Public sector policy and administrative management
    Sector vocabulary:
    2 - OECD DAC CRS Purpose Codes (3 digit)
  • Environmental policy and administrative management error
    Sector code:
    410 - Environmental policy and administrative management
    Sector vocabulary:
    2 - OECD DAC CRS Purpose Codes (3 digit)
  • Energy generation, renewable sources - multiple technologies error
    Sector code:
    232 - Energy generation, renewable sources - multiple technologies
    Sector vocabulary:
    2 - OECD DAC CRS Purpose Codes (3 digit)
  • Fishing policy and administrative management error
    Sector code:
    313 - Fishing policy and administrative management
    Sector vocabulary:
    2 - OECD DAC CRS Purpose Codes (3 digit)

Participating Organisations

Organisation Name Organisation Type Organisation Role
World Wide Fund for Nature Denmark International NGO Funding

Transaction

Transaction Value Provider Receiver Type Date
900,000 DKK (Valued at Jul 09, 2020) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Disbursement date_rangeJul 09, 2020
568,546 DKK (Valued at Dec 31, 2019) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Expenditure date_rangeDec 31, 2019
1,225,000 DKK (Valued at Dec 05, 2019) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Disbursement date_rangeDec 05, 2019
1,125,000 DKK (Valued at Mar 21, 2019) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Disbursement date_rangeMar 21, 2019
578,521 DKK (Valued at Dec 31, 2018) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Expenditure date_rangeDec 31, 2018
1,225,000 DKK (Valued at Aug 28, 2018) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Disbursement date_rangeAug 28, 2018
1,125,000 DKK (Valued at Feb 26, 2018) circle Provider N/A circle Receiver N/A Disbursement date_rangeFeb 26, 2018

Budget

1,859,571 USD
3,070,000 DKK (Valued at Jan 01, 2018) date_range Jan 01, 2018 - Dec 31, 2018
2,985,000 DKK (Valued at Jan 01, 2019) date_range Jan 01, 2019 - Dec 31, 2019
2,985,000 DKK (Valued at Jan 01, 2020) date_range Jan 01, 2020 - Dec 31, 2020
2,985,000 DKK (Valued at Jan 01, 2021) date_range Jan 01, 2021 - Dec 31, 2021
access_timeUpdated on Jul 22, 2020 12:33:47
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