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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...
08 Apr
Stop TB
Challenge Facility for Civil Society Project on TB financing in Kisumu and Meru Counties
Category: Latest Posts
The projects seek to build advocacy capacities of communities for right based, gender-responsive, people centered and accountable TB response in Kisumu and Meru Counties in Kenya.
07 Feb
Economic Growth
Macro Fiscal Analytic Snapshot 2020- Kenya
Category: PFM Briefs, Research
Kenya has been growing robustly for many years, but has not used this opportunity to reduce vulnerability to shocks – deficits have been unsustainably high, and debt service is ...
20 Nov
Budget Reading
MEMORANDUM TO THE NATIONAL TREASURY AND PLANNING ON THE NATIONAL BUDGET FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR 2021/2022
Category: Memorandum
The Institute of Public Finance (IPFK) and The International Budget Partnership Kenya (IBPK) have presented a submission to the National Treasury and Planning. It focuses on the...
25 Apr
budgets
Budget documents availability in the East Africa region has deteriorated
Category: Blog
Transparency and accountability by governments in spending helps to check corruption, promote fiscal responsibility and allows for greater and more meaningful participation by c...
25 Apr
Counties and Budgets
Counties should tell us how they spend our cash
Category: Blog
County governments have struggled to raise sufficient revenue of their own. There have also been reports of poor use of available resources. Worth appreciating is that county bu...