Spantrack Consultants Limited is a Kenyan company based in Nairobi that was registered as a business in the year 2009 and incorporated under CAP499 laws of Kenya in 2010. It was initially composed of a group of development consultants who shared the same interest and dedication to performance management.
While our common background in national and international affairs was the basis of our collaboration, we have since extended the firm’s performance management services to a wider range of clients and sectors. Agriculture, rural development, food security, environment/natural resource management, climate change resilience, poverty reduction, and international development assistance remain active sectors of activities and the addition of new Associates over the years has allowed us to offer the same performance management services to clients with mandates in international trade and commerce, peace and security, conflict resolution, governance and democracy, community and intercultural relations.
The Firm’s overall focus is to responds to the ever-increasing need for sustainable and people-driven evidence-based solutions to problems of economic development, environmental management and social equity in diverse sectors, through provision of high quality and practical technical services in performance management. Bearing this in mind, our approach is based on the tenets that solutions are typically found through investigation(s) of the problem itself and bringing in experience and the body of knowledge to bear on the problem for solutions.
With diverse functional technical expertise and experience, the firm’s expansive network of partner organizations in both private and public sectors has accorded its development work the benefits of practical field experience and multi-level synergies. As a result, Spantrack is analytically competent in, and is always at pace with cutting edge issues relating to institutional innovations, environment, economic development, social equity, and application of sector-wide approach (SWAp) and value chain approach to development support.