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USAID launches Kenya Inclusive Governance, Accountability, Performance and Participation (Kenya-IGAPP) Program

USAID launches Kenya Inclusive Governance, Accountability, Performance and Participation (Kenya-IGAPP) Program


Deadline: 28-Jan-22

The United States Agency for International Development is announcing the Kenya Inclusive Governance, Accountability, Performance and Participation (Kenya-IGAPP) Annual Program Statement (APS) (known thereafter as Kenya-IGAPP APS).

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USAID/KEA seeks to build partnerships with Kenyans, Kenyan leaders, institutions and organizations to promote transformational change in key governance systems and processes. This partnership will be achieved through a new five-year program, the Kenya-IGAPP activity, with the following key results:

Fraud, waste and abuse in key service delivery sectors decreased;
Accountability and transparency in electoral and democratic processes improved, while citizen resilience against political manipulation enhanced;
Devolved services more accountable and better financed to deepen devolution;
Civic and media space protected and citizen networks strengthened;
Women’s rights and the rights and aspirations of adolescent girls protected and advanced; and
Accelerated learning and adaptive management strengthened.
Result Areas and Illustrative Outcomes

Result Area I: Fraud, waste and abuse in key service delivery sectors decreased

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Illustrative Outcomes:
Civil Society, private sector, citizen networks, and coalitions equipped to own, lead, and catalyze advocacy on reforms and addressing corruption,
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Access to information and an open data system enhanced at both local and national levels of government,
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Result Area II: Accountability and transparency in electoral and democratic processes improved, while citizen resilience against political manipulation enhanced

Illustrative Outcomes:
Transparency and efficiency in the electoral process, including party primaries, increased, while fraud, waste, and abuse reduced,
Civil society, youth networks and coalitions lead and catalyze citizen agency in favor of transparent, inclusive, and efficient political processes,
Human rights institutions, civil society, private sector, faith-based organizations, and trade unions monitor and influence management of electoral and democratic processes,
Young women and men, particularly millennial, are actively engaged to participate in the 2022 elections,
Participation and inclusion of women in the electoral process as voters and candidates enhanced,
Community resilience, particularly among the youth, is catalyzed to resist political incitement and elite manipulation,
Election violence (including gender-based violence (GBV)) reduced, early warning/early response mechanisms strengthened, and
The judicial electoral dispute resolution mechanism (EDR) enhanced.
Result Area III: Devolved services more accountable and better financed to deepen devolution

Illustrative Outcomes:
Citizen capacity to participate and drive/influence development priorities and provide oversight enhanced (includes set aside for “Targets of Opportunity” (TOOs) around gender interventions),
County capacity to address fraud, waste, and abuse strengthened,
Access to information and open data systems enhanced at the county level,
Legislative, policy and institutional frameworks on devolved functions (health, markets, water, and biodiversity) streamlined,
Collaborating private sector players are equipped with skills, capacity and resources to catalyze campaign on fraud, abuse and waste within the private sector at county level,
Strengthened fiscal decentralization and improved management of own-source revenue,
Capacity of intergovernmental mechanisms to drive and influence policies and fiscal management strengthened,
County-level strategies and programming around adolescent girls strengthened,
Capacity for counties on disaster preparedness and response enhanced,
Barriers that inhibit equitable access to services (e.g. health services) reduced, and
Collaboration and learning within counties and among counties expanded.
Result Area IV: Civic and media space protected and citizen networks strengthened

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Illustrative Outcomes:
Regulatory environment strengthened for improved media independence and protected civic space,
Post-COVID-19 civil society and media advocacy strategy enhanced to advance and respond to the secondary effects of COVID-19,
Advocacy on the rights of adolescent girls enhanced, and
Capacity and internal governance systems of CSO networks and coalitions strengthened. Civil society capacity to diversify funding, and build new partnerships with the private sector, youth and women networks enhanced.
Result Area V: Women’s rights and the rights and aspiration of the adolescent girls protected and advanced

Illustrative Outcomes:
Mechanisms/human rights dashboards to manage and respond to violation of women and adolescent girls set up in collaborating counties,
Advocacy on the rights of women and adolescent girls enhanced,
Mentorship program for adolescent girls established, and
Strengthen civil society and GoK efforts to protect children and adolescents against exploitation and abuse, including improving national helpline reporting of GBV and violence against children.
Result Area VI: Accelerated learning and adaptive management strengthened

Illustrative Outcomes:
Collaborative platforms that utilize data and evidence to inform policy and programmatic shifts established or strengthened,
Participation, Inclusion, Transparency, and Accountability mainstreamed in all USAID programs, and
Capacity of Kenyan organizations to conduct context and systems analysis strengthened.
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Award Ceiling: $65,000,000
Award Floor: $500,000
Eligibility Criteria

USAID/KEA welcomes concept papers from Kenya-led, Kenya-managed, Kenya-owned organizations. The Mission anticipates that local in-country organizations will implement both as primes and as subawardees, cooperating as part of a consortium or other type of partnership arrangement. KenyaIGAPP will build new partnerships with county governments and intergovernmental organizations, as well as with Kenyan organizations at the national and local level and other non-traditional partners, few of which have been direct grantees.

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U.S. and Non-U.S. For-Profit Organizations: In accordance with 2 CFR 200.400, potential for-profit applicants should note that USAID policy prohibits the payment of fee/profit to the prime recipient under assistance instruments, and 2 CFR 200.101 states that, unless specifically excluded, all requirements applying to recipients also apply to sub-recipients if they meet the definition of “recipients”; therefore, fee/profit under assistance type awards is also prohibited for sub recipients. Forgone profit does not qualify as cost-sharing or leveraging.
If a prime recipient has a subcontract with a for-profit organization for the acquisition of goods or services (i.e., if a buyer-seller relationship is created), fee/profit for the subcontractor may be allowable in accordance with ADS “Profit under USAID Assistance Instrument”.
For more information, visit https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=331260

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