|Publisher||Council of Governors (CoG)|
|Year of Publication||2018|
This is the first Annual Development Plan to be prepared in the medium term 2018-2023 covering the second generation County IntegratedDevelopment Plan (CIDP )2018-2023. This financial year (FY) 2018/2019 Annual Development Plan (ADP ) is prepared in consistent withthe requirements of section 126 of the Public Finance Management Act(PFMA ),2012 and in accordance with article 220(2) of theConstitution 2010.The plan is formulated using the Medium Term Expenditure Framework(MTEF) approach and contains strategicpriorities, programmes and projects that shall be implemented during the FY 2018/2019 and the medium term.The preparation of this FY 2018/2019 Annual Development Plan is based on a platform of Integrated Development Planning. IntegratedDevelopment Planning forms the basis for county planning, financing, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of programmes andprojects. The plan makes reference to the County Integrated Development Plan 2018-2023,the Kenya Vision 2030 which is in its thirdmedium term 2018-2023,the approved Performance- Programme Based Budget (PBB) FY 2017/2018, sectors/departments strategic plans2013-2017, and implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The plan also incorporated views from NationalGovernment institutions, the private sector, the public, various interested groups and other stakeholders and the development partners. Thusthe 2018/2019 ADP is a product of wider consultations and gives a reflection of the shared development aspirations of the Kwale citizens.The policy underpinning the budget preparation for FY 2018/2019 is set in tandem with this plan which spells out clear priority programmesand their resources allocated to each sector of the county. In line with this, the budget preparation process for FY 2018/2019 will still adoptthe Programme Based Budgeting approach. Sector working groups when presenting their budget proposals will be required to formulateprogrammes/projects with smart objectives, clear outputs, outcomes, performance indicators and targets in line with this plan. Each of thesewill be allocated adequate resources for implementation.The FY 2018/19 ADP is a continuous implementation of the strategic priorities mentioned in the County Integrated Development Plan andH.E the Governors new theme for transforming Kwale for the next five years. In implementing such programmes, consideration shall beKwale County Annual Development Plan FY 2018/2019Kwale County Economic Planning Division Page iiigiven to those programmes which complement the five pillar strategy of the National Government in achieving Kenya Vision 2030. TheFive-Pillar strategy includes:-(i.) Creating a conducive business environment for job creation(ii.)Investing in sectoral transformation to ensure broad based and sustainable economic growth with a major focus on agriculturaltransformation to ensure food security(iii.) Investing in infrastructure in areas such as transport, logistics, energy and water.(iv.) Investing in quality and accessible health care services and quality education as well as strengthening the social safety net toreduce the burden on households and to promote shared prosperity(v.) Further consolidating gains made in devolution in order to provide better service delivery and enhanced economic development.This plan is prepared in consideration of the reality of scarce resources and the need for optimal utilization of these resources to ensuremaximum benefits to the citizens. We are in cognizant of the existence of a myriad of development challenges and the need to address themfor greater socio-economic development of the County. We thus reiterate our effort to implement the key development priorities as pointedout in our previous FY 2017/18 Annual Development Plan. The priorities include:-i) Investing in quality, affordable and accessible health care services through establishment of a County Referral Hospital andupgrading the sub county hospitals, health centres and dispensaries.ii) Investing in key infrastructural facilities such as educational (ECDE and Youth Polytechnics), county access roads, water andsanitation systems, energy, markets and other for rapid economic transformation.
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