|Publisher||Council of Governors (CoG)|
|Year of Publication||2019|
...The County Budget Review and Outlook Paper (CBROP) 20120 has been prepared in line withthe Constitution of Kenya 2010 and Section 118 of the PFM Act, 2012. It presents the fiscalperformance for 019/2020 Financial Year and the outlook in the medium-term period. Theupdated macroeconomic outlook provides a basis to revise the 2020/2021 budget in the contextof the supplementary estimates, as well as setting out the broad fiscal parameters for the nextmedium-term framework budget.In terms of resources mobilization, the county realized Kshs.6,288,600,832, against a targetof Kshs.7,001,976,763 in 2019/2020. This included locally generated revenue amounting toKhs.187, 324,098 an increase from Kshs.165,447,570 raised in 2018/2019. Despite the goodperformance in local revenue generation, it still fell short of the Kshs. 62,675,902 targets forthe year. A number of measures have been put in place in order to address challenges oflocal revenue including automation of revenue collection as well as review of the FinanceAct.On expenditure, the County absorbed Ksh.6,032,819,187 against a target of Kshs. 7,001,976,763.The actual expenditure comprised of Ksh.1, 1,233,828,011 and Ksh.4,798,991,176 asdevelopment and recurrent expenditures respectively and represented an absorption rate of 63%for development while recurrent absorption rate was 95%. This is a challenge that will beaddressed by ensuring timely procurement and strengthening monitoring of progress ofdevelopment projects.The County priority in the medium-term is completion of ongoing development projects. Fornew projects emphasis will be alignment to the objectives of the Nyamira County Big FourAgenda which include infrastructure; health care; food security and agriculture; and water andenvironment. Emerging issues like climate change and mitigation effect of the Covid 19 will alsobe mainstreamed in the activities of the various sectors.
|Tags||county, government, nyamira, CoG Of Nyamira Budget Review And Outlook Paper 2019-2020, Public Finance|
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