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  • Module 4 Session 2: Understanding County Audit Reports - Facilitator Manual
    Resources   |  International Budget Partnership (IBP) (All/General)  |   English  |   2016
    KEY TAKEAWAYS ? AUDIT REPORTS ARE IMPORTANT FOR OVERSIGHT BY BOTH THE PUBLIC AND THE COUNTY ASSEMBLIES ? AUDIT REPORTS GIVE AN INDEPENDENT OPINION OF WHETHER THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT HAS SPENT FUNDS AS IN THE ENACTED BUDGET ? AUDIT REPORTS RAISE QUERIES RELATED TO FAILURES TO FOLLOW PROCEDURE, AND MAY INDICATE MISUSE OF FUNDS, BUT THEY ARE NOT CORRUPTION REPORTS
  • Module 4 : Implementation and Audit - Participant Manual
    Resources   |  International Budget Partnership (IBP) (All/General)  |   English  |   2016
    By the end of this module, you will have: ? Understood the significance of budget implementation reports and audit reports ? Identified and analyzed the key components of a county implementation report ? Discussed and understood key elements of an audit report 
  • Module 4: Implementation and Audit - Facilitator Manual
    Resources   |  International Budget Partnership (IBP) (All/General)  |   English  |   2016
    LEARNING OUTCOMES By the end of this module, participants will have: ? Understood the significance of budget implementation reports and audit reports ? Identified and analyzed the key components of a county implementation report ? Discussed and understood key elements of an audit report 
  • Module 3 Session 2: A New Formula and County Division of Revenue - Participant Manual
    Resources   |  International Budget Partnership (IBP) (All/General)  |   English  |   2016
    TASK OBJECTIVES ? REFLECTING ON THE CURRENT CRA FORMULA AND HOW BEST TO SHARE RESOURCES THROUGH A FORMULA ? REFLECTING ON HOW BEST TO SHARE REVENUE WITHIN COUNTIES
  • Module 3 Session 2: A New Formula and County Division of Revenue - Facilitator Manual
    Resources   |  International Budget Partnership (IBP) (All/General)  |   English  |   2016
    KEY TAKEAWAYS ? EQUITABLE DISTRIBUTION IS IMPORTANT NOT ONLY ACROSS COUNTIES BUT ALSO WITHIN COUNTIES(AT THE WARD/SUB-COUNTY LEVEL) ? DISTRIBUTION ACROSS THE COUNTY SHOULD ENSURE THAT THOSE VILLAGES, WARDS AND SUB-COUNTIES THAT HAVE HIGHER NEEDS ARE ALLOCATED MORE FUNDS ? SOME COUNTIES HAVE TAKEN A STEP TOWARD FORMALIZING DISTRIBUTION OF RESOURCES USING LEGALLY BINDING FORMULA THAT INCORPORATE PRINCIPLES OF EQUITY TO VARYING DEGREES
  • Module 3: Revenue Sharing - Participant Manual
    Resources   |  International Budget Partnership (IBP) (All/General)  |   English  |   2016
    By the end of this module, you will have: ? reviewed the Commission on Revenue Allocation (CRA) formula, which determines how the funds allocated to counties are shared among the counties; ? reviewed and discussed principles and concepts related to sharing of resources; ? debated the advantages and disadvantages of the first approved formula; ? discussed the second revenue sharing formula; as approved by the Senate; ? discussed the reasoning behind the county distribution of resources to its sub-units, wards and sub-counties; and ? discussed alternative mechanisms for distribution of resources across the county
  • Module 3: Revenue Sharing - Facilitator Manual
    Resources   |  International Budget Partnership (IBP) (All/General)  |   English  |   2016
    Learning Outcomes. By the end of this module, participants will have: ? reviewed the Commission on Revenue Allocation (CRA) formula, which determines how the funds allocated to counties are shared among the counties; ? reviewed and discussed principles and concepts related to sharing of resources; ? debated the advantages and disadvantages of the first approved formula; ? discussed the second revenue sharing formula; as approved by the Senate; ? discussed the reasoning behind the county distribution of resources to its sub-units, wards and subcounties; and ? discussed alternative mechanisms for distribution of resources across the county
  • Module 2 Session 3:Responsibilities of Citizens under the Constitution and Legislation -Participants
    Resources   |  International Budget Partnership (IBP) (All/General)  |   English  |   2016
    TASK OBJECTIVE UNDERSTAND EXISTING OPPORTUNITIES AND MECHANISMS TO IMPROVE PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN BUDGETING
  • Module 2 Ses 3:Responsibilities of Citizens under the Constitution & Legislation-Facilitators
    Resources   |  International Budget Partnership (IBP) (All/General)  |   English  |   2016
    KEY TAKEAWAYS ? KENYAS LEGAL FRAMEWORK SECURES THE RIGHT TO PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IN BUDGETING ? THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK ALSO PROVIDES TOOLS AND PLATFORMS FOR PUBLIC PARTICIPATION SUCH AS THE CBEF ? THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT HAS THE CONSTITUTIONAL MANDATE TO ENSURE AND COORDINATE PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ? THE PUBLIC AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS SHOULD ORGANIZE THEMSELVES FOR EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENT PUBLIC PARTICIPATION 
  • Module 2: County Planning and Budgeting Processes - Participant Manual
    Resources   |  International Budget Partnership (IBP) (All/General)  |   English  |   2016
    By the end of this module, the you will have: ? discussed the process of budget decision-making in Kenya, focusing on public participation; ? outlined the four stages of the budget process, as well as additional details of the Kenyan budget process; ? mapped the key budget documents that should be produced and published according to the legal framework in Kenya and the four stages of the budget process; ? developed a timeline of the county and national budget processes in Kenya, indicating participation opportunities throughout the budget year; ? named additional budget-related documents and sources of budget information that are available in Kenya; ? defined some key terms used in Kenyas budget documents; ? learned to read budgets, County Fiscal Strategy Papers and County Budget Review and Outlook Papers
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