Publications By Author : Jackline Kagume

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Thu, Aug 17, 2023

IEA Kenya Webinar #27/2023: Assessment of Provision of Socio-Economic Rights under the Constitution of Kenya

Author(s) Jackline Kagume, Leo Kipkogei Kemboi,

Theme: Social right,

This presentation was made by Jackline Kagume & Leo Kipkogei Kemboi during a webinar on Assessment of Socio-economic Rights under CoK 2010 held on Thursday, 17th August 2023.



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Tue, Jul 25, 2023

Analysis of the Proposed Implementation of a Unique Personal Identifier System in Kenya: Comparative Perspectives

Author(s) Jackline Kagume, Leo Kipkogei Kemboi,

Theme: Economic Policy,

The concept of digital public goods (DPGs) is new, particularly in the Sub-Saharan Africa region, and they possess three fundamental characteristics: they are non-rivalrous, non-excludable, and it is widely accepted that digital public goods would be globally available. These properties allow DPGs to counteract limited access to information technologies. We note that limiting the supply of digital public goods would widen the global digital divide and reduce the immense benefits that an efficient supply of digital public goods would provide1



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Tue, Jul 11, 2023

IEA Kenya Webinar #21/2023: Implementation of the Unique Personal Identifier System in Kenya

Author(s) Jackline Kagume, Leo Kipkogei Kemboi,

Theme: Economic Literacy,

Jackline Kagume and Leo Kemboi made this presentation during the Virtual public forum on Implementation of the Unique Personal Identifier System in Kenya held on Tuesday, 11th  July 2023



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No of Downloads: 293.

Fri, Jun 9, 2023

IEA Kenya Webinar #19/2023: Understanding The FY 2023/24 Budgets of The Judiciary, Parliament, Commissions and Independent Offices

Author(s) Jackline Kagume, Leo Kipkogei Kemboi,

Theme: Budget,

Jackline Kagume and Leo Kemboi made this presentation during the Virtual public forum on Understanding the FY 2023/24 Budgets Judiciary, Parliament, Commissions, and Independent Offices held on Friday, 9th  June 2023



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No of Downloads: 336.

Fri, Jun 2, 2023

IEA Kenya Webinar #16: Economic Freedom and Taxation: Finding the Right Balance

Author(s) Jackline Kagume, Kipkogei Kemboi,

Theme: Fiscal Policy,

Jackline Kagume and Leo Kemboi made this presentation during the Virtual public forum on Economic Freedom and Taxation: Finding the Right Balance held on Wednesday, 31st  May 2023



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No of Downloads: 306.

Fri, Apr 28, 2023

Political Economy of Judiciary Resource Allocation and the Cost of its Consumer Mandate

Author(s) Jackline Kagume,

Theme: Judiciary,

This presentation was made by Jackline Kagume and Leo Kipkogei Kemboi during the Virtual public forum on Political Economy of Judiciary Resource Allocation and the Cost of its Consumer Mandate held on Friday, 28th April 2023.



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No of Downloads: 328.

Tue, Apr 4, 2023

Analysis of the Auditor General’s Report on the Covid-19 Vaccine Rollout in Kenya as of March 31, 2022

Author(s) Jackline Kagume, Leo Kipkogei Kemboi,

Theme: Health, Vaccine,

The Auditor General undertook a special audit on the efficiency and effectiveness of the Covid-19 deployment exercise in Kenya. This assessment covered the period March 2021 to March 2022 with a focus on vaccine roll out at both the county and national levels. In addition to the Special Audits,
the IEA has been tracking emerging issues around the vaccine and has prepared various reports including “Financing Covid-19 Vaccination in Kenya: Cost Simulation Analysis” and “COVID-19 in Kenya: Indices on County Healthcare Capacity and Populations at Risk



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No of Downloads: 710.

Wed, Mar 29, 2023

COSTING THE CONSUMER MANDATE OF THE JUDICIARY IN KENYA

Author(s) Jackline Kagume, Leo Kipkogei Kemboi,

Theme: Economic Development,

When parliament decides how much money should be given to the Kenyan judiciary each fiscal year, there is debate over what amount is appropriate. The Kenyan Parliament has the sole authority to decide how much money should be given to various government agencies, commissions, and levels of government.

The first point to be made is that the judiciary is able to provide efficient case resolution for the common good of all Kenyans equally when resources are allocated to it optimally. Article 159 of the Kenyan Constitution stipulates that the efficient delivery of justice must be carried out. The Judiciary uses it as a tool to achieve operational and financial independence. This highlights how important it is to give the judiciary sufficient resources.



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Tue, Mar 28, 2023

Webinar #7 of 2023: Why Kenya is Ranked 135th out of 176 Countries in The 2023 Index Of Economic Freedom: Results And Observation Of The EAC

Author(s) Jackline Kagume, Leo Kipkogei Kemboi,

Theme: Economic Development,

This presentation was made by Jackline Kagume and Leo Kipkogei Kemboi during the Virtual public forum on Why Kenya is Ranked 135th out of 176 Countries in The 2023 Index Of Economic Freedom: Results And Observation Of The EAC held on Tuesday, 27th March 2023



File Size: 3.1 MB
No of Downloads: 474.