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REPUBLIC OF KENYA

MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE, LIVESTOCK AND FISHERIES

STATE DEPARTMENT OF LIVESTOCK

REGIONAL PASTORAL LIVELIHOODS RESILIENCE PROJECT (RPLRP) KENYA COUNTRY PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION MANUAL (PIM)

(ANNEX TOTHE PROJECT APRAISAL DOCUMENT)

VOLUME I

Submitted to the World Bank for Official use only. The Document has a restricted distribution and may be used by recipients only in the performance of their official

duties. Its contents and annexes may not otherwise be disclosed without Government of Kenya authorization.

February 2014

Nairobi

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The preparation of this document has been an arduous task. The achievement of

which would not have been possible without the support of the various institutions

and persons. The task has taken at least one year to conclude during which period we

received valuable support across the board. First and foremost, we would like to thank

Cabinet Secretary, Hon. Felix Kiptarus Koskey, his predecessor Hon Mohamed Kuti

(Former Minister for Livestock Development, the Principal Secretary State

Department Of Livestock Dr Khadijah Kassachoon, her predecessor Dr Jacob Ole

Miaron for giving us the challenging task of developing the project documents and for

providing valuable guidance and advice. We also would like to thank the Directors of

Livestock Production-Julius Kiptarus and Veterinary Services- Dr Juma Kisa Ngeiywa

for actively participating in the process and availing the required staff who worked on

this project and also the enabling environment.

Besides, we would like to thank the Task Team Leader, Mr Christopher Finch and the

entire staff of Bank including Dr Nyambura Githagui, Efrem Fitwi, Henry Amuguni,

Stephen Amayo and Lucy Musira for the technical support and for ensuring that the

document met the World Bank standards.

We would also like to thank the technical consortium (ILRI/ FAO) through Dr Ahmed

Sidahmed who provided insightful reviews on various themes adopted by the

preparation team. Dr Ahmed Sidahmed tirelessly worked with the Kenya Project

Preparation Team to ensure that the document was well developed. We also received

valuable input from the stakeholders including the Kenya Camel Association, County

Government leaders and pastoralist who assisted shape the structure of the project.

Finally I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the members of the Kenya

Project Preparation Team for their concerted efforts that have led to the finalization of

this project document.

Didacus O. Ityeng Project Team Leader RPLRP (K)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ii

BOXES: SUMMARY ACTIVITIES AND OUTPUTS -------------------------------------------------------------------------- v

TABLES: MAIN ACTIVITIES, INSTITUTIONS RESPONSIBLE AND IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE ------------ vi

LIST OF FIGURES -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- vi

LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS AND ACRONYMS ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- vii

1. CHAPTER 1: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1

1.1. Rationale of the Project ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1

1.2. Project Design Approach ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 2

1.3. Project Scope and Target Areas -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3

1.4. RPLRP Components --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10

1.5. Project costs and Sources of financing ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 12

1.6. Project Management -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 13

2. CHAPTER 2: PROJECT OVERVIEW ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 15

2.1. Background and Project Rationale --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 15

2.2. Pastoral Livelihoods Resilience Issues and Challenges in the ASALs ---------------------------------------- 16

2.3. Project Justification and Objectives: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 18

2.4. Purpose of the PIM ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 19

2.5. Project Development Objective (PDO) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 20

2.5.1. Key PDO level Indicators --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 20

2.6. Project Design and Approach --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 20

2.7. Project Scope and Target Areas (Regional Border Counties) ------------------------------------------------- 22

2.8. Selection of the Project Counties ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 22

2.9. Project beneficiaries and targeting approach -------------------------------------------------------------------- 23

2.10. Planning and Implementation: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 23

3 CHAPTER 3: DESCRIPTION OF COMPONENTS AND SUB-COMPONENTS ------------------------------------ 24

3.1 Component 1: Natural Resource Management ------------------------------------------------------------------- 24

3.1.1 Sub Component 1.1: Water Resource Development ------------------------------------------------------------ 24

3.1.2 Sub Component 1.2 Sustainable Land Management in Pastoral and Agro-Pastoral Areas -------------- 33

3.1.3 Sub Component 1.3 Securing Access to Natural Resources --------------------------------------------------- 41

3.2 Component 2: Market Access and Trade --------------------------------------------------------------------------- 46

3.2.1 Sub-component 2.1 Market support Infrastructure and Information System ----------------------------- 48

3.2.2 Sub-Component 2.2: Livestock Value Chain Support and Improved Livestock Mobility and Trade --- 56

3.3 Component 3: Livelihood Support Implementation ------------------------------------------------------------- 71

3.3.1 Sub component 3.1: Livestock production and health --------------------------------------------------------- 72

3.3.2 Sub component 3.2: Food and Feed production ----------------------------------------------------------------- 81

3.3.3 Sub-Component 3.3: Livelihood Diversification: ---------------------------------------------------------------- 85

3.4 Component 4: Pastoral Risk Management ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 88

3.4.1 Sub-component 4.1Pastoral Risk Early Warning and Response Systems ---------------------------------- 88

3.4.2 Sub-component 4.2: Drought Disaster Risk Management (DDRM)------------------------------------------ 95

3.4.3 Subcomponent 4.3 - Contingency Emergency Response -----------------------------------------------------101

3.5 Component 5: Project Management and Institutional Support ----------------------------------------------107

3.5.1 Sub-Component 5.1: Project Management, Governance, Monitoring Evaluation; Knowledge

Management &Learning ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------107

3.5.2 Sub Component 5.2: Regional and National Institutions Support -------------------------------------------125

4 CHAPTER 4: SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL SAFEGUARDS MANAGEMENT ISSUES -------------------- 127

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4.1 Safeguard Policies ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------127

4.2 Social Safeguards -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------128

4.3 Safeguard Management Capacity ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------131

4.4 Safeguards Implementation ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------131

4.5 Resettlement Implications of RPLRP -----------------------------------------------------------------------------132

4.6 Stakeholders, consultation, and disclosure ----------------------------------------------------------------------133

4.7 Screening Process: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------133

5 CHAPTER 5: PROJECT COSTS AND FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ---------------------------------------------- 134

5.1 C osts and Financing Plan -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------134

5.2 Resource Allocation --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------135

5.3 Fund flow and financial management -----------------------