In these areas, Expertise France carries out engineering and implementation missions for capacity building projects, mobilizes technical expertise and acts as an aggregator of projects involving public expertise and private know-how.
With an activity volume of 233 million euros, more than 400 projects in portfolio in 80 countries, and 63,000 days of expertise, Expertise France focuses its action towards France’s solidarity policy, influence and economic diplomacy.
By Project is meant the TA support funded by AFD with the 1.5 MEUR grant.By GESDEK Program is meant the GESDEK co-financed by AFD’s and the WB’s soft loans.
The experts will work within the Directorate of Portfolio Management of the National Treasury. His / her contract is signed with Expertise France.
He / she is therefore under the supervision of the project manager of Expertise France, based in Paris, to who he / she will report directly.
He / she will also have to work in good relationship with the local coordinator and the agency of the AFD based in Nairobi.
Coming from the French Public Administration, the Experts will add value to the Directorate of Portfolio Management by supporting the teams in their functioning as well as through specific training answering the Directorate’s needs.
During his / her mission, the expert will focus on maximizing the transfer of skills to the Directorate of Portfolio Management and other GESDEK implementing agencies, with the help of formal and informal relations and trainings to ensure a long-lasting impact.
This process aims to establish a pool of qualified experts who can be called upon on short notice to provide the specific consultancy services in relation to the skills, qualifications and work experience mentioned below.
Additional information on tasks and activities to be performed will be provided to selected candidates in a timely manner.
The functions / duties / key results of this job description are generic and may not always be applicable, nor comprehensive, for all jobs under this job title.
Support project to the implementation of the Public Finance Management reform strategy, through the GESDEK Program in Kenya KENGEFIPIn Kenya, the National Treasury has initiated several Public Financial Management Reform (PFMR) initiatives under the PFMR strategy 2013-2018 that was renewed in a 2018-2023 Strategy.
This PFMR strategy seeks to make Public Finance Management more efficient, effective, participatory and transparent resulting in improved accountability and better service delivery for Kenyans.
The new County governments also have PFM responsibilities that were integrated within the new PFM strategy produced in 2018.
The current PFMR strategy is based on eight results areas outlining key PFM reforms : - Sustainable and predictable fiscal space to deliver government programs.
The AFD support will be funded through two means : - A soft loan in the form of a Sector Budget Support (SBS), of 30 million euros.
The TA support will also aim to promote partnerships between Kenyan institutions and their French counterparts. Expertise France will ensure the mobilization and coordination of the technical expertise.
The PFMR Secretariat of the National Treasury has recruited a local coordinator in order to (i) monitor the implementation of the TA support in conjunction with the other departments of the National Treasury and the Office of the Auditor General, and to (ii) coordinate and complement the short-term expertise supports.
Governance of State-Owned Enterprises’ contextIn Kenya, State-Owned Enterprises, although operating according to the principal of self-financing, can constitute the dismemberments of the State and can be the source of an important fiscal risk.
Consequently, it is essential to establish effective monitoring and control mechanisms for these entities in order to prevent any negative impact on budgetary sustainability.