This project paper aims to highlight the impacts of climate change on the economy of Kenya. The paper seeks to address the challenges faced by the government of Kenya to handle the various economic obstacles as a result of climate change on the various parts of the country. Specific objective of this study are; To study the history of climate change in Kenya; To explain the relationship between climate change and the economic growth decline in the Kenyan economy; To evaluate the effectiveness of Kenya’s national climate change strategies. In meeting these objectives, the study will examine the questions: What are the major climate change impacts in Kenya? How does climate change affect Kenya’s economic performance? What are the possible ways which can help reduce the impacts of climate change? Research methodology was based on both primary and secondary data collection. Secondary data was mainly derived from academic books, IPCC reports, and online journals and primary data was collected by interviewing people and administering a survey questionnaire. Some of the data collected were analyzed and presented in form of a tables. Lacking enough funds to go and visit the places where agriculture is practiced by the majority people was also a major challenge. During the research the researcher faced many limitations such as lack of funds, and getting detailed information on some key issues. The key findings of the study are; the change in weather and climate adversely affects many sectors but agricultural sector is facing severe challenges which is the main source of income for majority of the Kenyans and national GDP. The paper shows various methods which can be used to reduce the effects of climate change and also how to utilize the effects of climate change. Climate change affects the economic performance of a country as a result of the major sectors of contributing for the economy is reduced to its capability of performing greatly due to changes in weather patterns.