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11 Jun
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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...
07 Feb
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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 ...
11 Nov
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2019/20 Fiscal Analytic Snapshot: Kenya
Category: Research
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 d...
12 Jul
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Public Debt Service during Covid-19 Crisis to increase Miseries of the Poor in Kenya
Category: PFM Briefs
This brief reviews trends in public debt service and its potential results on public expenditure on pro-poor sectors in the Kenyan between the financial year (FY) 2017/18– 2020/...
12 Jul
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Category: PFM Briefs
This brief reviews trends in public debt service and its potential results on public expenditure on pro-poor sectors in the Kenyan between the financial year (FY) 2017/18– 2020/...
29 Apr
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The First Shadow Budget Launched by Institute of Public Finance -Kenya
Category: Latest Posts, PFM Briefs, Research
The 28th of April 2021 saw the launch of the first Kenya’s Shadow Budget for the FY 2021/22 ahead of reading of the Budget Statement by the Cabinet Secretary of the National Tre...