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CSOs, private sector tip Gov’t on key investment areas for economic stimulation

Some sectors don’t have work plans, and certificates of gender equality as required by the Public Finance Management Act, there is need to ensure compliance. Download the full statement here CSOs, private sector tip Gov’t on key investment areas for economic ...Show Me More »

CSBAG NEWS UPDATE:Parliament passes Sh29trillion budget

CSBAG shares with you updates from Parliament, where the House has passed the Sh 29 Trillion Budget. With this move, Parliament has adhered  to the PFMA, 2015, which requires the National Budget to be approved by 31st May. Download the attached news brief for details Parliament passes Sh29trillion budget for 2017-18 financial ...Show Me More »

NEWS UPDATE:Parliament under pressure to beat budget deadline May 31, 2017

As you are aware today is the deadline for passing the Budget for the FY2017/18 as per the Public Finance Management Act,2015, Parliament is under pressure to beat the deadline. This afternoon, Parliament is expected to pass the Sh28 trillion budget, for the financial year 2017/18 after intense scrutiny of ministerial policy statements, ...Show Me More »

NEWS UPDATE:Civil Society asks Parliament for an audit into Youth livelihood Fund

CSOs also asked government to commit more funds to the Equal Opportunities Commission for efficient service delivery. The commission has a funding requirement of Sh20.3b but has only 6.4 billion for the FY 2017/18. Read more here Civil Society asks Parliament for an audit into Youth livelihood ...Show Me More »

NEWS UPDATE:Civil Society ask MPs curb inefficiencies affecting service delivery

Today, 19th April 2017, CSOs presented a Position Paper on detailed sector Budget estimates and Ministerial Policy statement  for FY2017/2018. The CSOs among others asked Parliament to curb inefficiencies that are affecting service delivery. For more on this,  please download the  article.Civil Society ask MPs curb inefficiencies ...Show Me More »