JPIP Updates



The World Bank supervisory mission was impressed with the progress made towards modernization of the Kitui Law Courts. The mission team led by Nicholas Menzies, World Bank Task Team Leader and the Co- Task Team Leader George Larbi were informed that the rehabilitation works to modernize the court was completed on schedule with the technical handing over done in November 2014. Following a tour of the premises the team observed that with the improved facilities court users will be provided with better quality services and access to justice by the courts. The Principal Senior Magistrate of Kitui Law Courts, Mrs. Beatrice Kimemia was grateful for the support accorded by the World Bank towards improving and modernization the court.

The World Bank supervisory mission is in the country to assess and review progress being undertaken by the Judicial Performance Improvement Project (JPIP). The World Bank supports the Judiciary through JPIP with a loan of US$120 million for a six year period to improve court administration, case management, Judiciary training and staff development, court infrastructure and project management. JPIP is in its second year and has made significant progress towards improving the performance of the Judiciary in providing services in a more effective, efficient and accountable manner.

Hon. Kimemia, Senior Principal Magistrate, guiding Mr. Menzies from World Bank through the new courts


World Bank Team assesses newly constructed cells in Kitui Law Courts


Rehabilitated Kitui Law Courts


The New Hall which consists of a bank and a registry in Kitui Law Court 

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