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Gov’t launches Fourth Medium Term Plan of Kenya Vision 2030

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The government has launched the fourth and final segment of the Kenya Vision 2030 Plan.

Presiding over the launch in Marsabit County, Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki said the Fourth Medium Term Plan (MTP IV) covers the period 2023-2027.

The CS further stated that MTP IV is aligned with the County Integrated Development Plans (CIDPs) of all 47 counties to ensure a cohesive development strategy that supports the Bottom-Up Economic Transformation Agenda (BETA).

“The BETA Plan envisages investments in agriculture, health, housing, businesses, and the digital and creative economies to power the economic, political, and social pillars of Kenya Vision 2030,” said Kindiki.

The CS revealed that the government will upscale ongoing programs and projects to boost production in value chains that increase citizens’ incomes.

Principal Secretary for Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASALs) Kello Harsama, Marsabit Governor Mohamed Mohamud Ali, and senior national and county government officials attended the launch event.

Kindiki also received briefings from Marsabit County security heads, Members of the County Assembly (MCAs), community leaders, and elders.

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