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19 Oct
Keynote Paper: The integration of climate change into budgeting and finance
KEYNOTE PAPER: The Integration of Climate Change into Budgeting and Finance
Category: Blog, Latest Posts
Climate change, previously only considered an environmental and development challenge, is now widely acknowledged as a pressing fiscal concern. African governments are now commi...
20 Sep
Parliamentary Budget Office: Budget Watch for 2021/2022 and the Medium Term
Parliamentary Budget Office: Budget Watch for 2021/2022
Category: Blog, Latest Posts
The Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) is a non-partisan professional office of the Parliament of the Republic of Kenya. The primary function of the Office is to provide professi...
16 Sep
making revenue equitable
Webinar: Making Revenue Sharing Equitable
Category: Blog, Latest Posts
CAB 2020 and its Likely Implications on Inequality Article 202 of the Constitution of Kenya stipulates that revenue raised nationally shall be shared equitably between the Natio...
10 Sep
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Category: Blog
Statement of Exchequer Releases as at 31st July 2021...
26 Aug
Kenya's Public Debt Profile
IPFK- Kenya’s Debt Profile Report
Category: Blog, Latest Posts, PFM Briefs
Kenya, like many other developing countries, has faced high competition for public resources in an effort to offer public services. The Covid-19 pandemic has also led to an incr...
18 Jul
AstraZeneca COVID 19 vaccine being administered to frontline personnel in the Tourism and Hospitality sector, at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre on April 27, 2021. The first phase of the program will see over 5,000 workers in the hospitality sector in Nairobi County get vaccinated.
Photo | Jeff Angote | Nation
It’s time Kenya government, including counties, invested more in immunization
Category: Blog
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 th...
11 Jun
public-debt
Uhuru’s legacy remains one of implementing the largest public debt budgets ever
Category: Blog
By John Nyangi, Today’s budget reading as we go into Uhuru Kenyatta’s final year as President, threatens his legacy of leaving a united country as envisioned in the March 2018 h...
12 Aug
Bank
WHAT DOES IT MEAN WHEN THE GOVERNMENT BORROWS FROM THE LOCAL COMMERCIAL BANKS?
Category: Blog, PFM Briefs, Research
This brief presents analyses of Kenya’s domestic debt that is held by commercial banks, especially the top-performing domestic commercial banks in the country. The research adop...
12 Aug
Assembly
ONLY MORE REVENUE WILL BREAK STALEMATE
Category: Blog
The senators return to the senate for a record eighth time on Tuesday August 11, 2020 to try and reach an agreement on the contentious third basis for sharing revenue among the ...
18 May
Donor
Curb dependence on donor support for health programmes
Category: Blog
The earliest countries to experience large-scale community transmission of COVID-19, such as China, Iran, Italy and Spain, offered incontrovertible proof that the pandemic requi...