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  • Domestic Resource Mobilisation Baseline Report
    Resources   |  Oxfam in Kenya (Wajir,Turkana,Nairobi)  |   English  |   2017
    This baseline report states that Kenyans felt that most of their taxes did not go into delivery of quality services and that the existing tax system is not fair to everyone
  • 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 1 Session 3: County Revenues - Facilitator Manual
    Resources   |  International Budget Partnership (IBP) (All/General)  |   English  |   2016
    KEY TAKEAWAYS ? COUNTY GOVERNMENTS PRIMARILY RELY ON NATIONAL GOVERNMENT TRANSFERS FOR THEIR BUDGET
  • Module 1 Session 2: County Priorities and County Planning - Facilitator Manual
    Resources   |  International Budget Partnership (IBP) (All/General)  |   English  |   2016
    KEY TAKEAWAYS  ? COUNTY PLANNING BEGINS WITH IDENTIFYING COUNTY PRIORITIES: THE MOST IMPORTANT AREAS OF SPENDING WHEN LIMITED RESOURCES ARE AVAILABLE
  • Module 1 Session 1: Review of the Fourth Schedule of the Constitution - Facilitator Manual
    Resources   |  International Budget Partnership (IBP) (All/General)  |   English  |   2016
    KEY TAKEAWAYS ? THE FUNCTIONS FOR BOTH COUNTY AND NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS ARE SPELLED OUT IN THE FOURTH SCHEDULE OF THE CONSTITUTION AND THE TRANSITION AUTHORITY GAZETTE NOTICE 2013 ? HOWEVER, THERE ARE STILL A NUMBER OF FUNCTIONS THAT ARE UNCLEAR AND THERE ARE DISAGREEMENTS AMONG STAKEHOLDERS ABOUT WHO IS SUPPOSED TO DO WHAT ? COUNTY AND NATIONAL GOVERNMENTS HAVE CONCURRENT/SHARED ROLES IN DIFFERENT SECTORS AND BOTH GOVERNMENTS HAVE A CONSTITUTIONAL DUTY TO COOPERATE WITH EACH OTHER IN CARRYING OUT THEIR ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES ? RESIDUAL FUNCTIONS NOT ASSIGNED TO ANY LEVEL EXPLICITLY BELONG TO THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT ? PARLIAMENT HAS A ROLE IN CLARIFYING RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE TWO LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT THROUGH LEGISLATION ? BUDGET ADVOCACY, ANALYSIS AND REPORTING SHOULD TAKE INTO ACCOUNT THE ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF COUNTIES AND NATIONAL GOVERNMENT AND PUSH FOR FURTHER CLARIFICATION OF THE FUNCTIONS OF BOTH LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT
  • Module 1: What Are Counties Responsible For? - Facilitator Manual
    Resources   |  International Budget Partnership (IBP) (All/General)  |   English  |   2016
    By the end of this module, the participants will have: ? identified the functions assigned to the national government and county governments, according to the Fourth Schedule of the Constitution; ? examined the division of functions between national and county government, especially for the education, health, and agriculture sectors; ? pointed out gaps in clarity about the functions assigned to national and county government, especially for the education, health, and agriculture sectors; ? reviewed the August 2013 Gazette notice issued by the Transition Authority on the transfer of functions and been made aware of subsequent notices that have not yet been released; ? learned about county revenue sources (national and own revenues) ? studied data at county and ward level from various data sets as a starting point for identifying county priorities; and ? examined an existing county development plan in order to consider how to move from a plan to a budget
  • PARTICIPATORY BUDGETING: WEST POKOT EXPERIENCE
    Resources   |  World Bank (All/General)  |   English  |   2016
    OUTLINE OF THE PRESENTATION ? Introduction ? General strategy ? Organization al model ? Information and mobilization strategy ? PB consultations with communities ? Approval of the Budget ? Evaluation and Conclusion
  • Emerging process and results from 2 counties
    Resources   |  World Bank (All/General)  |   English  |   2016
    Pictorial look of the PB
  • PARTICIPATORY BUDGETING: CASE OF MAKUENI COUNTY
    Resources   |  World Bank (All/General)  |   English  |   2016
    Makueni County Located in South Eastern side of Kenya ? Population - projected at 961,738 at year 2015
  • PB 10 STEPS MODEL
    Resources   |  World Bank (All/General)  |   English  |   2016
    STEP 1: Choosing the general strategy STEP 2: Preparation of the organizational model STEP 3: Develop informational materials and mobilization of citizens STEP 4: First public meetings STEP 5: Technical Evaluation of proposals STEP 6: Publishing of final list of PB proposals to be submitted to public vote STEP 7: Voting period or voting day STEP 8: Creation of spin-off or Voluntary Working Groups on the winning proposal(s) to better detail the project(s ) STEP 9: Approval of budget, and announcement of the formal ratification and inclusion of the project(s)/proposals in the Public Budget for the next year and evaluation of the pilot and (eventual) re-writing of rules for next year STEP 10: Monitoring of the implementation of proposals
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