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THE KENYA GAZETTE

Published by Authority of the Republic of Kenya
(Registered as a Newspaper at the G.P.O.)

Vol. CXVI-No. 30
NAIROBI, 28 February,2014
Price Sh. 60


CONTENTS

GAZETTE PAGE
TASKFORCE ON IMPLEMENTATION OF… 545
THE PREVENTION, PROTECTION AND… 545
THE PROHIBITION OF FEMALE… 545
GAZETTE PAGE
THE PROHIBITION OF FEMALE… 545
THE PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT… 545
ESTABLISHMENT OF POLICE REFORMS… 547


Page: 545

GAZETTE NOTICE No. 1360

THE PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ACT

(No. 18 of 2012)

THE GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT (HUMANITARIAN FUND FOR MITIGATION OF EFFECTS AND RESETTLEMENT OF VICTIMS OF POST–2007 ELECTION VIOLENCE) REGULATIONS, 2008

REVOCATION OF APPOINTMENT

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by regulation 6 (1) (d) of the Government Financial Management (Humanitarian Fund for the Mitigation of Effects and Resettlement of Victims of Post–2007 Election Violence) Regulations, 2008, I, Uhuru Kenyatta, President and Commander-in-Chief of the Kenya Defence Forces of the Republic of Kenya, revoke the appointment* of—

ADAN WACHU

as the Chairperson of the Government Financial Management (Humanitarian Fund for the Mitigation of Effects and Resettlement of Victims of Post-2007 Election Violence) Advisory Board.

Dated the 19th February, 2013.

UHURU KENYATTA,

President.

*G.N. 2922/2013.


Page: 545

GAZETTE NOTICE No. 1361

THE PREVENTION, PROTECTION AND ASSISTANCE TO INTERNALLY DISPLACED PERSONS AND AFFECTED COMMUNITIES ACT

(No. 56 of 2012)

APPOINTMENT

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 12 (3) (a) of the Prevention, Protection and Assistance to Internally Displaced Persons and Affected Communities Act, 2012, I, Uhuru Kenyatta, President and Commander-in-Chief of the Kenya Defence Forces of the Republic of Kenya, appoint—

ADAN WACHU

to be Chairperson of the National Consultative Co-ordination Committee on the Internally Displaced Persons, for a period of three (3) years.

Dated the 19th February, 2014.

UHURU KENYATTA,

President.


Page: 545

GAZETTE NOTICE No. 1362

THE PROHIBITION OF FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION ACT

(Cap. 32 of 2011)

APPOINTMENT OF BOARD MEMBERS

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 4 (1) (g) of the Prohibition of Female Genital Mutilation Act, 2011, the Cabinet Secretary for Devolution and Planning appoints—

Connie Kivuti,

Agnes Leina,

Shoba Mohammed Liban,

to be members of the Anti-Female Genital Mutilation Board, for a period of six (6) years, with effect from the 21st February, 2014.

Dated the 26th February, 2014.

ANNE WAIGURU,

Cabinet Secretary for Devolution and Planning.


Page: 545

GAZETTE NOTICE No. 1363

TASKFORCE ON IMPLEMENTATION OF THE AGRICULTURE, FISHERIES AND FOOD AUTHORITY (AFFA)

APPOINTMENT

IT IS notified for the information of the general public that the Cabinet Secretary for Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, has appointed a taskforce to operationalize the Agriculture and Food Authority which shall be known as the Interim Management Committee (IMC) consisting of the following:

Hannah W. Muriithi—(Chairperson).

Members:

Anthony Gatembu (Dr.).

Peter Kingori.

John Mutunga (Dr.).

Charles Dulo.

Gladys N.  Maina.

Boniface Terer.

Vivian Melelo Kotikash.

Terry Chebet.

Laila Abubakar (Dr.).

 Crispus Ngolo.

Terms of Reference:

1.  The terms of reference of the taskforce are to—

(a) review the legal, regulatory, development and institutional framework of the Authority and make recommendations as appropriate;

(b) make proposals and establish a substantive Board and Secretariat to the Authority in line with the provisions of the AFFA Act, 2013;

(c)  develop specific sub sector regulations for every existing/proposed sub sector:;

(d) examine existing Government policies in relation to parastatals management and make recommendations;

(e)  review existing legislation in relation to the AFFA Act, 2013 and Crops Act, 2013 and draft amendments thereof;

(f)   develop a Functional Structure for the Authority;

(g) review the interim secretariat and propose requisite staffing and skills levels for effective and efficient service delivery;

(h) develop a comprehensive Human Resource Framework for the Authority and its Directorates;

(i)   undertake thorough Financial Review of entities being merged;

(j)   review assets/facilities and liabilities  of entities being merged;

(k)  prepare and submit an implementation roadmap for the merger process of the existing institutions into the Authority with clear timelines (short, medium and long term) and responsibilities;

2.  In the performance of its functions, the Taskforce—

(a) shall hold such number of meetings in such places and at such times as the taskforce shall, in consultation with the Cabinet Secretary, consider necessary for the proper discharge of its functions;

(b) may recruit staff in consultation with the cabinet secretary on such terms and conditions as may be determined by the cabinet Secretary.

3.  The taskforce shall prepare and submit to the cabinet secretary a comprehensive work plan within the first week of appointment.

4.  The taskforce shall prepare and submit progress reports every two weeks, on all the ToRs herein to the Cabinet Secretary to whom they shall be answerable.

5.  Agriculture Sector Co-ordination Unit (ASCU) shall be the interim secretariat.

Dated the 27th February, 2014.

FELIX K. KOSKEI,

Cabinet Secretary,

Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries.


Page: 545

GAZETTE NOTICE No. 1364

TASKFORCE ON IMPLEMENTATION OF THE KENYA AGRICULTURAL AND LIVESTOCK RESEARCH ORGANIZATION (KALRO)

APPOINTMENT

IT IS notified for the information of the general public that the Cabinet Secretary for Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, has appointed a taskforce to operationalize the Agriculture, Livestock and Research Organization which shall be known as the Interim Management (IMC) consisting of the following:

Ali Daud Mohamed—(Chairperson).

Members:

Victor Wesonga.

Ikal Angelei.

Ibrahim Mwathane.

Julius Koros.

Hezron Mariwa.

Abdi Yakub (Dr.).

Tito Koiyet.

Khadija Mire.

Mary Murangi Mugo.

Mwachiro Mwaburi (Dr.).

Joint Secretaries:

Alfred Serem (Dr.).

Loise W. Njeru.

Secretariat:

Joseph Onyango Egesa.

Maria Nyariki.

Hamisi Williams.

Henry Tanui.

Catherine Wanjiru.

Betty C. Cheroigin.

Terms of Reference:

1.  The terms of reference of the taskforce are to—

(a) review of the legal, research and institutional framework of the Organization and make recommendations thereof;

(b) make proposals for establishment of  a substantive  Board and Secretariat of the Organization in line with the provisions of the KALR Act, 2013;

(c)  make proposals for establishment of Technical Advisory Committees;

(d) validate and/ or review assets/facilities and liabilities of  entities being merged;

(e)   develop a functional structure and propose establishment of Research Institutes;

(f)   review and propose linkages between research system and extension services in view of devolved service;

(g) examine existing Government policies in relation to parastatals management and make recommendations thereof;

(h) review existing legislations in relation to the KALR Act, 2013 and draft amendments thereof;

(i)   develop a comprehensive Human Resource Framework;

(j)   undertake thorough Financial Review of entities being merged;

(k)  prepare and submit an implementation roadmap for the merger process of the Institutes into the Organization with clear timelines (short, medium and long term) and responsibilities;

2.  In the performance of its functions, the Taskforce—

(a) shall hold such number of meetings in such places and at such times as the taskforce shall, in consultation with the Cabinet Secretary, consider necessary for the proper discharge of its functions;

(b) may recruit staff in consultation with the Cabinet Secretary on such terms and conditions as may be determined by the Cabinet Secretary.

3.  The taskforce shall prepare and submit to the Cabinet Secretary a comprehensive work plan within the first week of appointment.

4.  The taskforce shall prepare and submit progress reports every two weeks, on all the ToRs herein to the Cabinet Secretary to whom they shall be answerable.

Dated the 27th February, 2014.

FELIX K. KOSKEI,

Cabinet Secretary,

Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries.


Page: 547

Gazette Notice No. 1365

ESTABLISHMENT OF POLICE REFORMS

PROGRAMME STEERING COMMITTEE

IT IS notified for information of the general public that the Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Interior and Co-ordination of National Government, has established a Committee to be known as the Police Reforms Programme Steering Committee to provide a framework for co-ordinating the ongoing police reforms and to ensure sustainability of the reforms agenda.

Membership:

The committee shall comprise the following—

Chairman:

Principal Secretary, Interior, or his appointed alternate.

Members:

The following members or their appointed alternates will serve as members of the Committee.

Principal Secretary, National Treasury.

Principal Secretary, Devolution and Planning.

Attorney-General.

Chairman-, National Police Service Commission (NPSC).

Chairman, Independent Police Oversight Authority (IPOA).

Inspector General, National Police Service (NPS).

Deputy Inspector General, Kenya Police Service (KPS).

Deputy Inspector-General, Administration Police Service (APS).

Director, Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI).

A representative from Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA).

Representative(s) from Development Partners supporting police reforms financially.

The terms of Reference of the Committee are to:

(a) Co-ordinate and provide strategic leadership in implementation of police reforms.

(b) Approve project proposals for funding from the Basket Fund and other development partners.

(c)  Ensure implementation of police reforms is in line with Government policy objective.

(d) Advocate for resources from Government and Development partners to support police reforms.

(e)  Approve and review work plans and budgets for implementation of police reforms.

(f)   Review progress on the implementation of police reforms to ensure compliance with approved timeliness and budgets.

(g) Ensure that resources from Government and the Basket Fund are allocated to police reforms priority activities.

(h) Monitor and evaluate the implementation of reforms against agreed performance indicators and outputs.

(i)   Ensure public participation and engagement with stakeholders in implementation, monitoring and evaluation of police reforms.

(j)   Develop annual progress report on police reforms.

(k)  Perform any other function necessary to ensure effective co-ordination of the ongoing police reforms and realization of its objectives.

Reporting

In the performance of its functions the Committee shall be responsible to the Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Interior and Co-ordination of National Government.

Meeting

The Committee shall hold such number of meetings in such places and at such times as the Committee may consider necessary for the proper discharge of its functions and shall regulate its own procedures.

Secretariat

The Committee shall have a Reform Co-ordination Secretariat for the effective performance of its functions.

Terms of office

The Committee shall remain in office for a period of one year or for such a longer period as the Cabinet Secretary may by notice in the Gazette prescribe.

Co-option

The Committee may co-opt not more than (three) 3 members whose skills and experience are necessary for the performance of its functions.

Dated 20th February, 2014.

JOSEPH ole LENKU,

Cabinet Secretary,

Ministry of Interior and Co-ordination of National Government.



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