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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...
11 May
Rotary Webinar
Public Debt and Health Service Delivery Conversations at the Rotary Club of Nairobi East
Category: Latest Posts
If you missed this event, you can still get to watch it here as our CEO gets to speak on Public Debt and Health Service Delivery at the Rotary club of Nairobi East.
20 Jan
Counties and Budgets
Revenue Updates in Kenya between July and November 2020
Category: PFM Briefs
Citizen access to relevant and timely budget information on how government is raising and spending taxes is a worth opportunity that enables them to contribute effectively in de...
12 Jul
public-debt
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
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...