International ConsultanciesSeptember 25, 2023 2023-09-25 14:30
The School has provided extended consultancy services to the public services of other countries in Africa. In addition, the School has partnered with various international organizations to undertake various assignments. Details of the consultancy services and partnerships are shown in the table below:
|1||The United Republic of Tanzania||i. Designing, development and pilot delivery of training materials on Induction programme for Strategic Leaders in the Public Service.
ii. Orientation programme for parliamentarians and Ministers
|2||Republic of South Sudan||i. The School through funding from the World Bank developed a training master plan for the Republic of South Sudan, monitoring and evaluation strategy for training for the human resource training center
ii. Conduct of Skills Audit
|3||Government of Liberia||i. The School through funding from World Bank in collaboration with Liberia Institute of Public Administration (LIPA), conducted a Training Needs Assessment for the various Ministries, Agencies and Commissions with an aim of identifying the competencies and skills gaps in the public service.
ii. KSG also assisted Liberia Institute of Public Administration to develop and institutionalize various policies, instruments, systems and procedures.
iii. KSG Developed and institutionalized various policies, instruments, systems and procedures for the Ministry of Finance, Medium Term Expenditure Framework (MTEF) Secretariat.
|4||African Union Inter-African Bureau for Animal Resources (AU-IBAR)||The School in collaboration with AU-IBAR developed and rolled out Management Skills Development Program, comprising seven (7) modules: Negotiations, Influencing and Persuasion Skills; Performance Management Systems; Finalization and Standardization of PAP and Individual Work plans; Financial Management for Non-Finance Managers; Project Development and Management; Monitoring and Evaluation; Training of Trainers (TOT).|
|5||Commonwealth Secretariat (ComSec)||KSG collaborated with ComSec in developing and rolling out Regional Performance Management Systems (PMS) training programme, Strategic Negotiation Skills, Public private Partnership, and Training of Trainers.|
|6||Federal Republic of Somalia||The School has provided Technical Assistance to Strengthen the Capacity of the Federal Government of Somalia School of Management and Public Administration to Manage and Deliver Civil Service Training through development of Strategic Plan for School of Management and Public administration and a training needs assessment.|
|7||Republic of Burundi||KSG developed training program on Performance Management System course and trained senior government officers of The Republic of Burundi|
|8||African Management Development Institute Network (AMDIN)||i. In collaboration with AMDIN the School has developed programs that include: Public Sector Finance Management, Public Procurement and Performance Management.
ii. KSG is the current President of the Network coordinating all capacity building activities on behalf of African Union Commission
|9||The European Union Instruments for Devolution Advice and Support (EU IDEAS)||i. The EU has funded implementation of Local Economic Development (LED) Projects in fifteen selected counties.
ii. The lead implementing agency of the programme is the Ministry of Devolution (MoD), working in partnership with the Kenya School of Government and the fifteen County Governments.
iii. The School carried out a Training Needs Assessment which identified Seven (7) areas for training: Project Cycle Management; Public Sector Finance; Management; Finance for Non-Finance Managers; Project Proposal Development; County Resource Management; Public Procurement Course; Local Economic Development Strategy and Project Formulation.
iv. KSG built capacities of the implementing counties in order to enhance the implementation of their projects.