Clean Transportation

Automobile Propelled by Electric Motors


Tree Planting Exercise

President Uhuru Kenyatta Waters a Tree He Planted at Kenyatta National Hospital


Smart Agriculture

Drip Irrigation Technologies


The Capital City, Nairobi

Nairobi Is The Capital City Of Kenya, Its Considered A Business Hub For East And Central Africa


Geothermal Energy

Kenya Among World's Largest Generators Of Geothermal Energy


Turkwel Dam

The Turkwel Hydroelectric Power Station, also Turkwel Dam, is an arch dam on the Turkwel River


Ngong Hills Wind Farm

A wind-powered power station in Kenya


Green Innovations

Inter & Intra City Electric Tram


The National Treasury and Ministry of Planning coordinates all climate financing activities and functions in Kenya through the following: –

  1. Providing advisory services, monitoring, reviewing, and evaluating project activities related to climate finance, and providing strategic directions and guidance as appropriate;
  2. Reviewing and adopting international criteria, guidelines and practices necessary for securing climate finance benefits with specific reference to developing technical and institutional capacity required to institutionalize climate finance within the National Treasury;
  3. Acting as the focal point for all procurement services required for the implementation of the climate finance activities in the National Treasury;
  4. Climate finance resource mobilization activities;
  5. Liaising with the stakeholders in ministries, departments, agencies, counties, private sector, development partners and civil society organizations in all climate finance matters;
  6. Leading the National Treasury in United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference of Parties (COP) negotiation;

In addition, the National Treasury is the National Designated Authority (NDA) to the Green Climate Fund (GCF) in Kenya.