The Little Fact Book is a compendium of data points on administrative, demographic, education, gender, health, public finance management, socio-economics and political information at the national and county levels of government.
In 2013 Kenya commenced the transition from a centralized to a decentralized governance system comprising of the national government and 47 county governments. Devolution aims to enhance service delivery to citizens by bringing the resources closer to them at the county level. As highlighted in Article 186 of the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 there exist exclusive and shared functions and powers of the respective levels of government therefore creating the need to track and compare the progress made across counties post devolution.
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Wed, Aug 31, 2022
Webinar #20 0f 2022: Kenya’s Sovereign Debt: Is Restructuring an Option?
This presentation was made by Maureen Barasa, Kwame Owino, and Debra Mwendwa of IEA-Kenya during a Virtual public forum on Kenya’s Sovereign Debt: Is Restructuring an Option? held on Wednesday, 31st August 2022
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Mon, Aug 22, 2022
Public Forum #14 of 2022: Public Debt Literacy (Concept of Odious and Implication in Kenya)
This presentation was made by Kwame Owino, Leo Kemboi, Maureen Barasa ,and Emmanuel Wa-Kyendo during the Virtual public forum on Unpacking and Assessing the Azimio La Umoja Plan held on Tuesday, 14th June 2022.
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Mon, Jun 6, 2022
Response to Call for Comments on CBK’s Discussion Paper on CBDC