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Welcome to Kenya Marine Fisheries and Socio-Economic Development Project (KEMFSED)

Kenya Marine Fisheries Socio-economic Development (KEMFSED) is a project facilitated by the Government of Kenya jointly with the World Bank. The project targets five (5) counties which are along riparian (Indian Ocean) namely; Kwale, Mombasa, Kilifi, Tana River and Lamu.

Project Development Objective

To improve management of priority fisheries and mariculture and increase access to complementary livelihood activities in coastal communities.

Project Activity Highlights

KEMFSED

Uvuvi House – This will House State Department for Fisheries, Aquaculture and Blue Economy SDFA&BE, KeFS, Kenya Fish Marketing Authority, Kenya Fish Levy Trust fund, etc.

Refurbishment of county offices -Identifying needs and gaps inhibiting growth of investment in marine fisheries and aquaculture in the counties.
Landing Sites – Infrastructure development enhancing investment in marine fisheries and aquaculture in the Project counties.

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