Kenya Agricultural Productivity Programme is located in Nairobi, Kenya. Company is working in General Business business activities.Ratings for the Kenya Agricultural Productivity Project (KAPP) for the Government of Kenya (Gok) were as follows: outcomes were moderately satisfactory, the risk to development outcome was moderate, Bank performance was moderately satisfactory, and Borrower performance was also moderately satisfactory. Some lessons learned included: although first phase of the project had some elements that focused on promotion of sector-wide approach, it nevertheless became clear during its implementation that there is need to invest more on these sector-wide approaches for greater impact. The GoK, the Bank, and other development partners have, therefore, agreed to promote the sector-wide approach in the agricultural sector, as well as harmonization of programs, in line with the Kenya joint assistance strategy. The formulation of the GoK’s agricultural sector development strategy, which is a sector-wide policy, has brought in the necessary impetus and platform on which to promote the sector-wide approaches in the sector in phase two. Equally important is the need to strengthen focus on crosscutting issues such as gender mainstreaming. Although attempts were made under KAPP one to mainstream implementation structures into the GoK system, some project structures and systems were maintained. The rationale for maintaining stand alone project structures and systems was based on low capacity within sector ministries.