Message from the Chairman
Kenya Vision 2030 aims at making Kenya a newly industrialized country providing high quality life for all its citizens. The Government of Kenya (GoK) has embarked on a programme, under this development strategy of ensuring that Kenya becomes a middle income earning country by the year 2030. In achieving this, a sustainable economic growth target of 10% has been projected for achievement.
In order for this to be a reality, comprehensive public sector reforms aimed at improving efficiency and effectiveness in the delivery of public services are being implemented.
The recognition of the major role played by engineering practice in socio-economic development led to enactment of the Engineers Act 2011 and the creation of the Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK) whose objective is to regulate engineering practice in Kenya. The Board will contribute towards improvement of engineering practice through capacity building and training of engineers, registration and regulation of their conduct for improved performance of the profession.
To effect its mandate as provided under the Engineers Act 2011 ,the Board has developed a comprehensive strategic plan that will guide in priotization and decision making and to ensure services are efficiently and effectively rendered.
The Board will be guided by core values of Integrity, Professionalism, Teamwork, Public Interest, Fairness, Respect and Courtesy, Inclusiveness and Diversity, and shall endeavor to ensure that public safety and healthy are guaranteed in the delivery of engineering services and works.
￼ ENG. D M. WANJAU, PE
ENGINEERS BOARD OF KENYA