Empowering Sustainable Agriculture: IFAD Delegation Engages with Nandi County on Integrated Natural Resources Management Program (INReMP) Project Design.
Today, the County Government of Nandi hosted a powerful delegation from IFAD, led by country director Mariatu Kamara. The visit focused on the Design Mission for the upcoming Integrated Natural Resources Management Programme (INReMP), a collaborative effort funded by the Government of Kenya, IFAD and the County Government of Nandi.
The design mission aimed to engage in extensive consultations with the County Government of Nandi leadership, NGOs, farmer organizations, and other stakeholders to finalize the detailed intervention plan for the program.
The main goal of INReMP is to enhance food, nutrition, and income security in rural households within a sustainable and resilient ecosystem. Its Project Development Objective (PDO) is to improve integrated natural resources management, bolster resilience to climate change, and enhance the livelihoods of beneficiaries, particularly women, youth, and vulnerable groups.
INReMP will unfold through two technical components and a third cross-cutting component facilitating effective program implementation.
Component 1: Community-led Enhanced Environment and INRM, Ecosystem Services, and Climate Action.
Component 2: Improved, Inclusive and Sustainable Rural Livelihoods.
Component 3: Institutional Strengthening, Policy Support and Programme Coordination.
During the meeting, executive members, led by session Chair Dr. Kiplimo Araap Lagat of the Agriculture department, reiterated the County Government of Nandi’s support for the program. Earlier in the day, the team paid a courtesy visit to Deputy Governor Dr. Yulita Cheruiyot Mitei. #ContinuedTransformation