The Kenya Climate Smart Agriculture Project has five main components whose activities are summarized below:

Component 1: Upscaling Climate-Smart Agricultural Practices focuses on interventions that promote and facilitate the adoption of TIMPs to achieve the CSA triple-wins: increased productivity; enhanced resilience (adaptation) and reduced GHG emissions (mitigation) per unit of output, as co-benefits.

Component 2: Strengthening Climate-Smart Agricultural Research and Seed Systems supports the development, validation and adoption of context-specific CSA TIMPs to target beneficiaries under Components 1 and 3; and also develop sustainable seed production and distribution systems. The component will also strengthen technical and institutional capacity of Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Organization (KALRO) to deliver its mandate and GRIFTU Pastoral Training Institute to deliver training.

Component 3: Supporting Agro-weather, Market, Climate and Advisory Services, supports development of agro-weather forecasting and marketing information system and their dissemination tools.

Component 4: Project Coordination and Management, supports activities related to national and county-level project coordination and management, including annual work planning and budgeting (AWP&B); fiduciary aspects (financial management and procurement); human resource (HR) management; safeguards compliance monitoring; development and implementation of Management Information System (MIS) and information, communication technology (ICT)-based platforms; monitoring and evaluation (M&E) and impact evaluation (IE) studies; and communication strategy and citizen engagement.

Component 5: Contingency Emergency Response. This component was provided to finance eligible expenditures related to emergency responses in case of natural or man-made crises or disasters, severe economic shocks or other crises and emergencies.