Public Financial Management (PFM) is the system by which financial resources are planned, directed and controlled to enable and influence the efficient and effective delivery of public service goals.

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  • Who does the Kenya Parliamentary represent??

    By Daniel Ndirangu The Budget and Appropriations Committee (BAC) in its report on the Budget Policy Statement (BPS) dated March 4th, 2021, had categorically stated, that it would not approve a budget deficit above KES930 billion or 7.5 percent of the GDP whichever is lower. However, on 8th of June 2021, following the submission of

    July 15, 2021
  • It’s time Kenya government, including counties, invested more in immunization

    By Reena Atuma Vaccine invention is the greatest public health intervention and gift of science in the history of humankind. Vaccines provide individuals and communities with the necessary immunity to prevent the outbreak of disease, avert a future disability and protect against other social and economic consequences of pandemics. While there are great strides in

    June 18, 2021
  • IPFK-HR Audit- Request for proposal

    The Institute of Public Finance (IPF-Kenya) is a non- profit think tank based in Nairobi, Kenya and committed to furthering the ideas of open Public Finance Management (PFM) systems through conducting high quality research, training and capacity strengthening on PFM and Health, Agriculture, Education, Gender, Social Protection, Private Sector and development issues facing Kenya. The

    June 16, 2021
  • Highlights of the FY 21/22 National Budget and the Finance Bill 2021

    The overall budget for FY 2021/22 is estimated at Kshs. 3.66 Trillion. The budget for the three arms of Government is estimated at; The Executive (Kshs. 1,895.14 Billion), Parliament (Kshs. 46.61 Billion) and the Judiciary (Kshs.17.92 Billion)…

    June 11, 2021

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