About ENSDA:

Founded under the act of parliament cap 447 in 1989, Ewaso Ngiro South Development Authority (ENSDA) is a distinguished state corporation that began its transformative journey in 1991. With a vast jurisdiction spanning 47,000 sq km across counties like Nyandarua, Kajiado, Nakuru, and Narok, ENSDA oversees a myriad of geographies, from highlands to the challenging terrains of Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASALs). Though the region grapples with challenges like high poverty, health burdens, and resource scarcity, it also boasts immense potential. Home to Kenya’s largest wheat belt, half of the nation’s livestock, key tourist destinations, extensive maize fields, and 10% of its population, the Ewaso Ng’iro South Basin is a land of contrast and opportunity. Amidst these challenges and potential, ENSDA stands committed to uplift livelihoods through resource mobilization, aiming for sustainable socio-economic growth that respects the diverse cultures and socio-economic needs of its inhabitants.

Our Vision:

ENSDA envisions itself as the spearheading agency championing integrated, sustainable, and equitable socio-economic development in the Ewaso Ng’iro South Basin region.

Our Vision:

We are dedicated to promoting, implementing, and coordinating integrated multi-sectoral socio-economic growth in the Ewaso Ng’iro South Basin.

Our Core Values:

Transparency, Accountability, Honesty, Integrity, and Equity – these are the pillars that guide our every action, ensuring that ENSDA’s endeavors always align with the highest standards and the best interests of the communities we serve.

In Conclusion:

Ewaso Ngiro South Development Authority (ENSDA), a state corporation established in 1989, is dedicated to the holistic growth of the 47,000 sq km Ewaso Ng’iro South Basin region, spanning Nyandarua to Narok. With a commitment to integrated, sustainable, and equitable development, ENSDA, guided by core values like Transparency and Accountability, aims to transform challenges into opportunities, serving 10% of Kenya’s population and managing assets like the country’s largest wheat belt and vital livestock sectors.