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Development policy and foreign policy are integrated in the daily work of the Danish Foreign Service in both the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Copenhagen and at the Danish missions in Denmark's partner countries. Danida is the term - brand name - used for Denmark's development cooperation. It is an area of activity under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 

Strategic Framework, Denmark-Kenya Partnership 2021-2025

Kenya and Denmark have maintained close bilateral relations since Kenya’s independence in 1963. The new partnership builds on lessons learnt, emerging challenges and the opportunities for democratic and economic reform given with the progressive 2010 Constitution. With a holistic approach, the partnership seeks to engage all Danish instruments and activities in Kenya, spanning diplomacy and political dialogue, peace and stability, development cooperation as well as trade and commercial relations.


The new strategic framework supports the Kenyan Government’s Vision 2030 which seeks to create a “globally competitive and prosperous nation with a high quality of life by 2030” as well as Kenya’s Big Four development blueprint. It is further based on the commitment to international solidarity enshrined in the SDG’s and Denmark’s overall strategy for development, The World 2030 (pdf).  


Click to download the Strategic Framework for Denmark-Kenya 2021-2025 (pdf)

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