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25 Apr
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Timely Budget implementation reports are a key route to checking inequalities
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Government decisions on how money is spent should be made known to people in a timely manner if we are to maintain high levels of accountability in management of public finances...
25 Apr
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Opening the government sector working groups to taxpayers will increase budget transparency
Category: Blog
Every August of each year, and as required by section 36 of the Public Finance Management Act 2012, the Cabinet Secretary for National Treasury issues guidelines to ministries, ...
25 Apr
Budget
Submission on the Mombasa Budget Estimates 2020-21
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CIPE is committed to facilitate private sector collective action for inclusive governance in Kenya. CIPE’s objective is to expand private sector participation in the budge...
20 Apr
Public Participation
ARE WE MEETING THE CRITERIA OF PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN THE BUDGET PROCESS AT THE COUNTY LEVEL?
Category: Blog
In Kenya today Public participation in the budget process especially at the county level is both “means” and “ends” of well-functioning county government. The county government ...