1. The improvement of infrastructure and delivery of public services by the involvement of private capital and expertise;
  2. The reduction of the demand for government resources;
  3. The generation of additional government revenues by receiving compensation for privatizations;
  4. The improvement of the regulation of the economy by reducing conflicts between the public sector’s regulatory and commercial functions;
  5. The improvement of the efficiency of the Kenyan economy by making it more responsive to market forces
  6. The broadening of the base of ownership in the Kenyan economy; and
  7. The enhancement of the capital markets.