Kenya Agricultural Productivity and Agribusiness Project (KAPAP) is phase II of the 12 years Adaptable Program Loan (APL) support by the World Bank, being implemented in 3 phases. The program design hinges on the premise that separate and poorly linked systems of research and extension yield low returns and the design therefore envisages an integrated approach in order to synchronize research, extension and farmer empowerment and other stakeholders initiatives. The support provided under phase I of the APL facilitated the review and formulation of a National Agricultural Sector Extension Policy (NASEP) and its implementation framework, a National Livestock and Dairy Policy, a draft National Agricultural Research System (NARS) policy, as well as implementation of reforms in the coffee sub-sector.
KAPAP Resources Disclosure and Complaint Handling Mechanisms for Beneficiary Communities/Institutions
Receiving feedback/complaints from intended beneficiaries is import in determining the progress of a project. A suggestion box is placed in all project locations including collaborating research institutions with the objective of obtaining comments, questions, complaints and requests from beneficiary communities and other stakeholders. Slips of paper are made available to beneficiaries and the public to facilitate feedback.