The World Bank Group’s Kenya Investment Generation Project is one of three projects under the umbrella Kenya Competitiveness Enhancement Program whose main goal is to strengthen Kenya’s competitiveness and market creation potential through targeted private sector enabling interventions. Specifically, the Kenya Investment Generation Project will help catalyze new investments into special economic zones (SEZ) and industrial parks by developers and enterprises by: streamlining the legal, regulatory and administrative environment for SEZ development; boosting industrial competitiveness by creating an environment for investment in quality and market demand driven industrial infrastructure; addressing targeted sector specific investment constraints to boost value addition and manufacturing; institutional support and capacity building of Special Economic Zones Authority and targeted national and county government agencies technical staff to ensure they are equipped with the tools to deliver SEZ regulatory oversight and investor facilitation; and investor targeting and investment promotion.
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