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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
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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...
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...
25 Apr
Budget Reading
In the FY 2018/19 national budget we celebrate small wins and mourn big losses
Category: Blog
In an era of renewed fight against corruption, I believe that 14th June 2018 will bring renewed hope of proper stewardship of our taxes. The Cabinet Secretary for Finance in the...