"A Centre of PPP Expertise"

  • The Public Private Partnership Unit (PPPU) is established under Section 8 of the Public Private Partnership (PPP) Act, 2013 as a Special Purpose Unit within the National Treasury of the Government of Kenya (GOK).

    The PPP Unit's focus is to serve as the secretariat and technical arm of the PPP Committee, which is mandated with assessing and approving PPP projects in the country.


Principal Secretary's Message

Cabinate Secretary

Vision 2030, the country’s development blueprint, aims to create a globally competitive and prosperous nation, with a high quality of life, by the year 2030. To achieve this feat, there needs to be a deliberate...


PPPU Director’s Message


In nearly every country adopting PPPs as a broad instrument of policy, the need has been recognized for a “Centre of PPP expertise” which is the Vision vested with our Mission “To introduce and communicate the PPP policy...


PPPU's Mandate

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Under the PPP Act 2013, the PPP Unit is mandated to articulate the PPP policy so that its objectives and mechanisms are understood by Contracting Authorities and State agencies, funders, contractors, the press and the general public.


Recent News

EOI, Consultancy to Undertake a Feasibility Study on a 300-bed Hospital
Date : 25-Nov-2016

The objective of ths study is to prepare a feasibility study consistent with the PPP Act (2013) to a standard that will enable the Contracting Authority (CA) establish the project feasibility and its optimal technical and operational configuration, as well as the optimum method of procurement, taking into account commercial attractiveness, bankability, affordability, Value for Money and recommend the best PPP model for the procurement of the Project based on an analysis of several alternative technical/project configuration and PPP models, advise the CA on the optimum risk allocation and the resultant contract structure of the Project.

RFQ, Nairobi-Nakuru-Mau Summit Highway
Date : 08-Nov-2016
  1. The Government of the Republic of Kenya, through the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure, represented by Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) a state corporation established under the Kenya Roads Act, 2007 (hereinafter referred to as “the Authority”) hereby invites sealed applications from competent local and international firms or consortia to Pre-Qualify and Bid to design, finance, construct, operate, maintain and transfer the Nairobi-Nakuru-Mau Summit Highway under Public Private Partnership arrangement (“the Project"). The Project consists of widening, improvement, operation and maintenance of various sections of highway between Nairobi and Mau Summit and includes: (i) Widening of 175 km of the A8 highway between Rironi and Mau Summit to become a 4 Lane dual carriageway; (ii) Strengthening of 57.8 km of the A8-South highway between Rironi and Naivasha; and (iii) Operation and maintenance of 12.43 km of the A8 highway between Gitaru and Rironi and 28.6 km of Nairobi Southern Bypass.


Kenya PPP Roads Investor Conferece
Date : 02-Nov-2016

The Kenya PPP Roads Investor Conference is scheduled on 15th& 16th November 2016 at Safari Park Hotel in Nairobi.

Prospective investors are required to register through the attached form and mail the same to the indicated addresses.



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