Citizen Alternative Budget 2007/08

Institute of Economic Affairs
Theme: General

Citizen Alternative Budget 2007/08    |   File Size: 847 Downloads: 1146   |   Post Date: 08 June 2007

Since 1999, IEA has been organising pre-budget hearings to solicit budget proposals from the public. This year, the pre-budget hearings took place on 15th and 16th of February 2007. Based on the issues raised at the hearings and in consultation with sector stakeholders, we have compiled a Citizens’ Alternative Budget. This document is an attempt to capture the various concerns raised and suggest ways in which they can be addressed.


Citizen Alternative Citizens Budget 2006/07

Institute of Economic Affairs
Theme: General

Citizen Alternative Citizens Budget 2006/07    |   File Size: 284.57 kB Downloads: 993   |   Post Date: 08 March 2006

Each year, the IEA conducts pre-budget hearings to collect citizens’ proposals for the budget. This year, several presentations and submissions were made by sector representatives and the public in Nairobi, and through our partners SNV, in Moyale, Marsabit, Samburu, Isiolo and Laikipia districts. Based on the issues raised at the hearings and in consultation with sector stakeholders, we have compiled an Alternative Citizens Budget. This document captures the various concerns raised, highlights areas that need attention, and suggests ways that they can be addressed. In this regard, this is an Alternative Citizens Budget; a budget that offers alternative proposals raised by citizens, to problems faced in Kenya.


Citizen Alternative Budget 2005/06

Institute of Economic Affairs
Theme: General

Citizen Alternative Budget 2005/06    |   File Size: 89.07 kB Downloads: 1251   |   Post Date: 08 March 2005

The Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA) is a civic forum that seeks to engage the public in the policy making process. One instrument that enables us to understand our national policy is the national budget. For this reason, the IEA analyses the Kenya budget each year with the aim of highlighting policy concerns that emerge from the budget.


Indicators for Monitoring the Millennium Development Goals: Definitions, Rationale, Concepts and Sources


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Indicators for Monitoring the Millennium Development Goals: Definitions, Rationale, Concepts and Sources    File Size: 784.09 kB Downloads: 1077
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08 June 2003

Indicators for Monitoring the Millennium Development Goals: Definitions, Rationale, Concepts and Sources contains basic metadata on the agreed list of quantitative indicators for monitoring progress towards the eight goals and 18 targets derived from the United Nations Millennium Declaration (table). The list of indicators, developed using several criteria, is not intended to be prescriptive but to take into account the country setting and the views of various stakeholders in preparing country-level reports.


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