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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Latest Updates

  • Fiscal Analytic Snapshot: Kenya

    Kenya plans to reduce the deficit to a sustainable 5.6% of GDP by 2022/23 – through
    expenditure cuts rather than revenue increases. This is the sort of medium term trajectory Kenya was signed up to before the crisis, although implementation had been
    delayed for several years.

    February 7, 2021
  • PFM Updates- Revenue Updates

    As of November 2020, total revenue collected for FY 2020/21 was Kshs. 1.002 Trillion which is equivalent to 35% of the total targeted revenue of Kshs. 2.83 Trillion. This was a decline compared to the same period for financial year 2019/20 where total actual revenue receipts were Kshs. 1.023 Trillion or39% of the revenue estimates. The revenue for the

    January 20, 2021
  • MEMORANDUM TO THE NATIONAL TREASURY AND PLANNING ON THE NATIONAL BUDGET FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR 2021/2022

    Budget implementation remains a challenge at both levels of Government. An analysis of the County Budget Implementation Review Report for FY 2019/20 from the Office of the Controller of Budget shows that public budgets’ credibility is relatively low.

    November 20, 2020
  • 2019/20 Fiscal Analytic Snapshot: Kenya

    Budgets can play a vital role in providing information to civil society, government stakeholders, and the public-at-large about the spending priorities of the government. Many donors that work on domestic budgeting have focused narrowly on transparency, as opposed to usability, of budget data. This limited functionality of budget and expenditure data constrains issue-based budget advocacy

    November 11, 2020

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