Fact Sheet: Quarterly Budget 2019/2020 Performance Analysis

IEA-Kenya

Fact Sheet: Quarterly Budget 2019/2020 Performance Analysis    File Size: 865 kB Downloads: 113
Post Date:
16 November 2020

This fact sheet  presents some key facts in response to the following three questions: Is the national government budget implemented as approved/enacted and if not what are the differences/gaps?; What are the implications of this on service delivery and accountability to citizens? and What are the causes of the national government’s inability to utilize their budgetary provisions?
 


Fourth Quarter National Government Budget Performance 2019/20

PFM Team

Fourth Quarter National Government Budget Performance 2019/20    File Size: 0 kB Downloads: 105
Post Date:
04 November 2020

Budget implementation by end of the fourth quarter of 2019/20 was punctuated by disruptions to economic activities from the effects of the COVID 19 pandemic which was declared a pandemic on the 13th of March 2020 by the WHO. As a result, two supplementary budgets were introduced, one in early April to cater for the response to the pandemic and another one just before end of the financial year 2019/20, making it a total of three. 

This report uses the 2019/20 National Treasury Fourth Quarterly Economic and Budgetary Review Reports and Office of the Controller of Budget’s Fourth Quarter Budget Implementation Reports to assess and analyze how the national government of Kenya budgetary management is faring against its own targets. In addition, this is brief seeks to highlight key implementation challenges and gaps and propose corrective measures.


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