The World Bank supervisory mission held an intensive half day workshop for all implementing units in the Judicial Performance Improvement Project (JPIP) to assess the relevance, efficacy and effectiveness of the design of the project and to gauge whether the project is on course in meeting its objective. The outcome of the workshop is intended to assist in the preparations of a mid-term review and restructuring of the project in May 2015. The restructuring will be based on the projects objectives, activities, indicators, allocation of funds and implementing procedures of JPIP. Mid-term reviews are conducted in all World Bank Projects.
The mission team led by the World Bank Task Team Leader Nicholas Menzies, Co-Task Team Leader George Larbi and other consultants were in the country from 2nd – 10th March 2015, holding meetings with implementing units to accelerate implementation of the project in particular focusing on issues with procurement and preparation for a mid-term review.
Edna Kuria of Kenya Law makes her contribution during the World Bank Supervisory Mission workshop
Implementing Units follow proceedings at the WB Supervisory Mission workshop
Dr. Solomon Letangule chairs group discussion.
Doreen Mwirigi makes a contribution during group work.