"A Centre of PPP Expertise"

  • The Public Private Partnership Unit (PPPU) is established under Section 8 of the Public Private Partnership (PPP) Act, 2013 as a Special Purpose Unit within the National Treasury of the Government of Kenya (GOK).

    The PPP Unit's focus is to serve as the secretariat and technical arm of the PPP Committee, which is mandated with assessing and approving PPP projects in the country.


Principal Secretary's Message

Cabinate Secretary

Vision 2030, the country’s development blueprint, aims to create a globally competitive and prosperous nation, with a high quality of life, by the year 2030. To achieve this feat, there needs to be a deliberate...


PPPU Director’s Message


In nearly every country adopting PPPs as a broad instrument of policy, the need has been recognized for a “Centre of PPP expertise” which is the Vision vested with our Mission “To introduce and communicate the PPP policy...


PPPU's Mandate

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Under the PPP Act 2013, the PPP Unit is mandated to articulate the PPP policy so that its objectives and mechanisms are understood by Contracting Authorities and State agencies, funders, contractors, the press and the general public.


Recent News

EoI, PPP Advisor to provide Technical Support to PPP Unit
Date : 01-Oct-2015

The main objectives of the Advisor’s assignment are to:

1. Provide the requisite specialist technical advice and support to the PPP Unit to carry out its mandate to assist Contracting Authorities, across various sectors and county governments, to identify, select, appraise, approve, negotiate and monitor PPP projects throughout their life cycle

2. Assist the PPP Unit in establishing and operationalising systems and frameworks to ensure compliance with the PPP Act, as well as the regulations thereto.

Deadline for submission of Expressions of Interest is Monday 12th October 2015 at 1600 hours Kenyan local time.




PPP Pipeline Status Report, August 2015
Date : 24-Sep-2015

The PPP Pipeline Status Report gives progress status of the seventy one (71) projects being implemented as Public Private Partnertships in Kenya

Job Opportunity: Safeguards Specialist (Re-advertisement)
Date : 31-Aug-2015

The Government of Kenya (GoK) in conjunction with the World Bank is implementing a four-year Infrastructure Finance and Public Private Partnerships Project (IFPPP) whose overall development objective is to increase private investment in the Kenyan infrastructure market by improving the enabling environment to generate a pipeline of bankable PPP projects. This objective will be achieved through the provision of technical expertise and building capacity to implement the Government’s Public Private Partnerships (PPP) National program. The Project Implementation Unit (PIU) is established to implement the IFPPP Project and ensure that the operational, safeguards, procurement, disbursement, monitoring, and reporting aspects of the Project are implemented in accordance with the Financing Agreement and the Project Implementation Manual (PIM). The Project Implementation Unit (PIU) is looking for a highly motivated Kenyan to fill the position of Safeguards Specialist for a period of one (1) year renewable based on performance: 

  1.        (a) Qualification

    • ï‚·  At least a Master’s degree in Environmental Management or environmental-related training.

    • ï‚·  Fluency in spoken and written English is essential.

    • (b) Experience

    • ï‚·  At least 5-years relevant experience;

    • ï‚·  Participated in similar environmental assessment studies in Kenya;

    • ï‚·  Have robust knowledge of institutional systems for the environmental review and approval of

      development projects in the country;

    • ï‚·  Special considerations will be given to individuals who have knowledge of the setting of the proposed

      PPP projects and have proven track records on the preparation of World Bank safeguards and environmental sustainability documents; 

  2. Deadline for submission of Applications is Friday 11th September 2015 at 1600 hours Kenyan local time. 



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