By Nancy Masit
Narok County government has embarked on implementations of governor Patrick Ntutu’s manifesto.
key projects will be identified and completion should be done before electioneering period, the county senior officials have been taken trough trainings in implementation of projects.
John Mbivya Mbuthi who is a Senior Deputy Director Economic and Macro pillar trained all the directors from all departments and has said that the implementation of the The County Integrated Development Plan (CIDP) across the counties is of great importance and important projects will be given first priority.
He added that that it should be of large scale with respect to area of coverage, impact and financial input and that flagship project mainstream, cross- cutting issues conceptual stage e.g. gender, youth, youth, people living with disabilities, marginalized and vulnerable groups, climate change and green economy considerations.
He said that it is a flagship programme which will have wide geographical spread should cover 50,000 households and 200,000 individuals and geared towards poverty reduction, employment creation, income generation, enhanced competitiveness and promotion of equity, equality, societal cohesiveness and inclusiveness.
He concluded by saying that a minimum of sh 500 million will be used at county level where inter and intra – governmental synergies to be used when carrying out development cutting across other counties ad sustainability should be considered.