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Tue, May 24, 2022

Analysis of Busia County First Quarter and Second Quarter of 2021/22 Budget Implementation Report

Author(s): Darmi Jattani,

Theme: Budget,

Busia county’s approved budget for financial year 2021/22 was revised upwards by Ksh.1.8 billion through supplementary budget 1 for financial year 2021/22 in the second quarter from Kshs.8.43 billion to Kshs.10.23 billion. The total budget comprises development expenditure at Ksh. 4.55 billion and recurrent expenditure at Ksh. 5.68 billion.



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Tue, May 24, 2022

Analysis of Kisumu County First Quarter and Second Quarter of 2021/22 Budget Implementation Report

Author(s): John Mutua,

Theme: Budget,

Overall budget implementation by mid 2021/22 for Kisumu County was below the expected mark of 50%, albeit an improvement from the same period in the previous year. During this period, spending relative to annual budget was 33%, driven by recurrent expenditure, particularly spending in salaries and wages.



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Tue, Apr 19, 2022

Fact Sheet Kenya’s Budget 2022/23

Author(s): Noah Wamalwa,

IEA Kenya Fact sheet on Kenya’s Budget FY 2022/23 which was tabled on 7th April 2022



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Thu, Apr 7, 2022

IEA Kenya Commentary on the Budget Reading FY2022/23

Author(s): IEA Kenya,

Theme: Budget,

A commentary on the Budget Reading FY2022/23 by the IEA Kenya team done on 7th April 2022.



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Thu, Mar 24, 2022

Infographic of The Analysis of National Government Audit Report FY 2019/20

Author(s): Public Finance Management (PFM)Team,

Theme: Accountability, Public Finance,

During our engagements, the technical nature of the reports and the need to have them simplified into a language that is easy to understand was recurring feedback. NDI and IEA have worked with ThinkIllustrate to have the analysis of the National Government Auditor General’s reports of FY 2018/19 and FY 2019/20 illustrated and the language simplified. 



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Thu, Mar 24, 2022

Infographic of The Analysis of National Government Audit Report FY 2018/19

Author(s): Public Finance Management (PFM)Team,

Theme: Public Finance,

During our engagements, the technical nature of the reports and the need to have them simplified into a language that is easy to understand was recurring feedback. NDI and IEA have worked with ThinkIllustrate to have the analysis of the National Government Auditor General’s reports of FY 2018/19 and FY 2019/20 illustrated and the language simplified. 



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Wed, Mar 9, 2022

Analysis of The 2020/21 (Q4) and 2021/2022 (Q1) Budget Implementation

Author(s): Public Finance Management (PFM)Team,

The national and county government in any fiscal year focuses on raising of resources and spending this resources with the intention of providing efficient services to the citizens. The implementation of the budget at both levels of government requires authorization of release of funds to spending units by the controller of budget in fulfillment of the requirement of the constitution of Kenya under article 228(4) and (6) according to approved budget. Further, the controller of budget is required to share with each house of parliament a report on the implementation of budgets at both levels of governance on a quarterly basis providing an assessment and identifying critical issues hampering effective budget implementation.



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Fri, Feb 18, 2022

Analysis of Quarterly Budget Implementation Reports for the National Government Quarter 4 of FY 2020/2021 and Quarter 1 of FY2021/22

Author(s): Public Finance Management (PFM)Team,

Theme: Budget,

The economy exhibited signs of recovery from the effects of COVID in 2021 with real GDP growth rates of 0.7% between January and March and 10.1% in the final quarter of 2020/21, this was mainly supported by improved performance in education, ICT, transport and storage, health, financial and insurance and manufacturing sectors. The period also exhibited stability in the prices of basic commodities, in September, 2021, the increase in the general price level was 6.9% from 4.2% in a similar period in 2020, a phenomenon that was mainly driven by higher fuel and food prices. However, greater performance would have been achieved had the government responded to the pandemic more effectively.



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Fri, Jan 28, 2022

The Citizen Alternative Budget 2022

Author(s): Raphael Muya,

Theme: Budget,

The Citizen’s Alternative Budget contains budget proposals from the public and private sector stakeholders, who attended the IEA annual pre-budget hearings that took place on 5th and 6th October 2021 virtually. The proposals submitted were consolidated and synthesized by the IEA according to the various Medium Terms Expenditure Framework (MTEF) sectors, largely based on their feasibility, whether they make economic sense and whether they are in line with the national priorities of the government. Furthermore, this alternative budget takes cognisance of the draft budget policy statement 2021/2023 as a pre-budget statement that sets the macroeconomic framework through which the government will prepare the forthcoming budget.



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