Child Budget Analysis - Kilifi County

Institute of Economic Affairs

Child Budget Analysis - Kilifi County    File Size: 399.85 kB Downloads: 1312
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29 July 2015

Kilifi county has a population of 1,217,892 (KPHC 2009) and children constitute 50.9% of the total population. Out of the total children county population, it is estimated that 57.7% of them   are deprived thus making the children in the county still being vulnerable.


Child Budget Analysis -Tana River County

Institute of Economic Affairs

Child Budget Analysis -Tana River County    File Size: 421.79 kB Downloads: 1018
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29 July 2015

Tana River county has a population of  240,075 (KPHC 2009) and children constitute 59.3% of the total population. Out of the total county children population, it is estimated that 67.07% of them are deprived thus making the children in the county vulnerable.


Child Budget Analysis - Kwale County

Institute of Economic Affairs

Child Budget Analysis - Kwale County    File Size: 429.71 kB Downloads: 1045
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29 July 2015

Kwale County has a population of 649,931 (KPHC 2009) and children constitute 56.09% with an estimated children deprivation level of 57%.


Child Budget Analysis - Garissa County

Institute of Economic Affairs

Child Budget Analysis - Garissa County    |   File Size: 268.83 kB Downloads: 1006   |   Post Date: 29 July 2015

Children in Garissa County constitute 59% of the total county population (699,534).  Out of  the  total children county population,  it is  estimated that  62% of them are deprived  thus making  the majority of children in  the county to continue being vulnerable.


Budget Guide 2015/2016


Budget Guide 2015/2016    |   File Size: 764.58 kB Downloads: 4743   |   Post Date: 17 July 2015

In absolute terms, the estimated budget for 2015/16 is Ksh 2,246 billion up from approved budget of Ksh 1,910.7 billion in the previous financial year, accounting for 17.6% increase. In 2014, the National Bureau of Statistics rebased Kenya’s economy showing that it’s being growing more rapidly than previously estimated. With a GDP per capita of USD 1,269, Kenya is now ranked as a lower middle income country.

 
In the same breadth, the budget has ballooned over the last decade, with the pace picking up since the onset of implementation of the constitution. The pie chart shows a breakdown of how the budget is to be shared among the three arms of government; to county governments as well as to Consolidated Fund Services (CFS), with the bulk of the allocations, 65% estimated to go to the executive

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