Quarterly Macro-Economic Trend Analysis : April - June 2007


Quarterly Macro-Economic Trend Analysis : April - June 2007    |   File Size: 419.88 kB Downloads: 915   |   Post Date: 26 May 2008

 Kenya’s economic growth continued on a steady growth in the second quarter of 2007 posting about 7.1% GDP growth rate up from 6.3% in the first quarter of the same period. The up-surge in the quarterly growth rates was attributed to continued growth in tourism and hospitality sectors buoyed by increased tourists arrivals and conference facility use.


Public Safety, Law & Order Sector: 2003-08 Performance & Emerging Policy Issues


Public Safety, Law & Order Sector: 2003-08 Performance & Emerging Policy Issues    |   File Size: 290.72 kB Downloads: 1565   |   Post Date: 25 May 2008

The Public Safety, Law and Order Sector as defined under the Governance, Law and Order Sector (GJLOS) Programme is responsible for the provision of security, making laws, ensuring good governance and accountability in public resources, management of electoral process, rehabilitation of all categories of offenders, providing immigration services and maintaining law and order for its citizens.


Agriculture & Rural Development Sector : Budget Performance 2003-08 & Emerging Policy Issues


Agriculture & Rural Development Sector : Budget Performance 2003-08 & Emerging Policy Issues    |   File Size: 307.55 kB Downloads: 1981   |   Post Date: 22 May 2008

 Agriculture remains one of the most important sectors in the Kenyan economy. In 2006, the sector directly contributed 23.6% to the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). A further 27% of GDP is realised through linkages with manufacturing, distribution and other service related sectors. Moreover, it is estimated that 45% of Government revenue is derived from agriculture.


Education Sector: Budget Performance 2003-08 & Emerging Policy Issues


Education Sector: Budget Performance 2003-08 & Emerging Policy Issues    |   File Size: 338.72 kB Downloads: 2021   |   Post Date: 21 May 2008

The education sector resource requirements in the medium term are guided by the sector policy commitments articulated in the Sessional Paper No. 1 of 2005 and Kenya Education Sector Support Programme KESSP. The sessional paper provides public investment programmes and other development activities for the education and training sector, within the context of overall sector spending projections

covering all operating costs of the education sector.

Energy Sector: Budget Performance 2003-08 & Emerging Policy Issues


Energy Sector: Budget Performance 2003-08 & Emerging Policy Issues    |   File Size: 344.77 kB Downloads: 1392   |   Post Date: 17 May 2008

The importance of the energy sector to the country can be demonstrated to an extent, by the Government’s financial allocations. Over the past five years, budgetary allocations to the energy sector ranged from about 14% to 22% of the total budget of the Government National Energy Policy embodied in the Sessional Paper No.4 on Energy is a solid policy and legislative achievement.


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