The Lamu County executive has presented five bills and policies for approval to the Lamu County Assembly members. The policy documents include;

-Lamu county Frontier Counties Development Council (FCDC) bill

-Lamu county peace building and conflict management bill

-Lamu county peace building and conflict management policy

-Lamu county Monitoring and evaluation policy

-Lamu county public participation and civic education policy.

The handing over of the policy documents is a culmination of a rigorous process that started in 2020 between Lamu County Executive in collaboration with USAID Kuza to support policies that will improve governance, economic environment, and investment activities in Lamu .

The partnership revolved around policy development, research, negotiation, and public participation by government and non-government officials representing women, youth, and the private sector, as well as policy finalization and eventual ratification by the County Executive Committee.

The Lamu County Assembly, led by the Deputy Speaker, Hon. Paul Kimani, has vowed to pass the documents before the Assembly’s dissolution ahead of the elections.

The policy documents were handed over in the presence of and the help of Lamu County’s partners under the USAID Kuza program led by Capacity Development Officer, Mr. John Githiaka and Lamu County Assembly Majority Leader, Abdalla Aboud.

The handing over event was organized by the County Executive through Director Shee Kupi, who also serves as the USAID focal point for Lamu County.


For more information contact:

Lamu County Government Communications Office at