This report is also available in Swahili. Ripoti hii inapatikana pia kwa Kiswahili.
The United States is an important ally in Kenya’s bid to realize its Vision 2030 development goals, but little information is readily available for Kenyans to assess the value of this partnership. This report is the first to examine the benefits of the U.S.-Kenya partnership to Kenya’s growth and prosperity from a whole-of-society perspective. It finds that the United States collectively contributes an estimated USD 3.05 billion annually (KSH 310 billion) to Kenya’s development. The report draws on a wide range of secondary data sources to quantify direct bilateral and multilateral support; indirect contributions from supportive trade, immigration, and investment policies; and the value of contributions from non-governmental sources, including remittances, foreign direction investment, NGO operations, tourism, private foundations, and microloans and individual donations.