The Institute of Public Finance (IPF-Kenya) is a think tank based in Nairobi, and aspires to further the ideas of open public Finance Management systems through research, trainings and capacity strengthening. The IPF-Kenya is an independent, non-political and Non-religious entity.
Resources | Institute of Public Finance Kenya (IPFK) | English | 2014 TheOECD journal on budgeting notes that effective Public engagement creates mutualbenefits: citizens become better educated about public policies and governmentactivities; and by tapping into the experience and expertise of theirconstituents, officials can build more effective and responsive government
Resources | Institute of Public Finance Kenya (IPFK) | English | 2017 Transparency and accountability by governments in spending helps to check corruption, promote fiscal responsibility and allows for greater and more meaningful participation by citizens
Resources | Institute of Public Finance Kenya (IPFK) (Kwale,Makueni) | English | 2015 The principle behind legislative oversight of executive activity is to ensure that public policy is administered in accordance with legislative intent,and by inference, the citizens aspirations 1