Overall comments: UN Women Kenya Country Office has recently completed its 5 year strategic plan. The strategy is informed by the lessons learned and wide consultations with representatives from Government ministries, UN agencies, women?s human rights organisations, non-governmental organisations, development partners and the private sector, and contributes to Kenya?s Vision 2030 national development priorities, articulated in the 2nd Medium Term Plan (2014-2018), under the economic, social and the political pillars. The strategy has been designed with a programme approach targeting upstream interventions to support the government and the civil society on the gender agenda. It addresses most of the recommendations in a holistic manner through the five pillars of i) Women Leadership and Participation, ii) Women Economic Empowerment, iii) Ending Violence Against Women, iv) Peace & Security and Humanitarian actions and v) Inclusive (National and Devolved) Planning and Budgeting. The following management responses are aligned with the UN Women Kenya Development Results Framework 2014-2018 and have been extracted to respond specifically to the recommendations.