Uasin Gishu County Budget Docs

Uasin Gishu County is situated in the mid-west of Kenya’s Rift Valley and shares common borders with Trans Nzoia County to the North, Elgeyo Marakwet County to the East, Baringo County to the South East, Kericho County to the South, Nandi County to the South West and Kakamega County to the North West. It lies between Longitudes 340 50‟ East and 350 37‟ West and Latitudes 00 03‟ South and 00 55‟ North. The County is divided into six sub-counties namely: Turbo, Soy, Ainabkoi, Moiben, Kessess and Kapseret. The sub-counties are further subdivided into fifty one locations and ninety seven sub-locations.According to the 2009 Population and Housing Census, the total population of Uasin Gishu County stood at 894,179.

Quotable Quotes:
“The public needs access to budget information and opportunities to participate throughout the budget process. Coupled with oversight by legislatures and audit institutions this contributes to a more accountable use of public money” Warren Krafchik, IBP Executive Director... “Kenya is entering a new era of public financial management. The government at all levels should bolster its ongoing efforts to improve information access so that the new system can function transparently and effectively” Jason Lakin, Country Manager Kenya at International Budget Partnership - ‎International Budget Partnership... “Accurate, timely, disaggregated and accessible data are essential for governments to deliver services efficiently, fairly and transparently” Speech by H.E. Hon. William Ruto, EGH, and Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya on the occasion of the national forum on harnessing the data revolution for sustainable development. Laico regency, 28th august, 2015... “Data for measurement, evidence, decision-making, reporting, planning, accountability, management, monitoring, good governance, resource allocation, and strategic intervention should be the corner-stone for the adoption and fulfillment of SDGs and the global data revolution agenda.- ” Speech by H.E. Hon. William Ruto, EGH, and Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya on the occasion of the national forum on harnessing the data revolution for sustainable development. Laico regency, 28th august, 2015... “July 10th, 2011 Kenya announced the launch of the country’s Open Data Portal which included - first African country to do so - access in soft copy to a dataset presenting the entirety of expenditures carried out by all levels of government at the item level” World Bank Institute ... “The creation of the Open Data Portal in Kenya was a monumental step for Open Data advocates globally, as the portal released to the public information that was previously available only to decision-makers. The Open Data Portal brought its transparency policy in line with its new Constitution and with the Kenya Vision 2030, which outlines what every county in Kenya must achieve middle-income status by 2030” World Bank Institute ... “Open government data is important because the more accessible, discoverable, and usable data is, the more impact it can have” data.gov ... “Open data is data that anyone can access, use and share. For data to be considered ‘open’, it must be published in an accessible format, with a license that permits anyone to access, use and share it. ” theodi.org ...

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Financial Year 2018-2019

CIDP

County Integrated Development Plan (CIDP)

ADP

Annual Development Plan (ADP)

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CFSP

County Fiscal Strategy Paper (CFSP)

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EBP

Budget Speech and Budget Estimates (Executive Budget proposal)Budget Speech and Budget Estimates (Executive Budget proposal)

AA

Appropriation Act

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MG

Mwananchi Guide/Citizens Budget

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QEBR

Quarterly Economic and Budgetary Reviews

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MYR

Mid-Year Review

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RAG

Report of the Auditor General on the Appropriation Accounts and the Accounts of County government for County Executive

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RAG

Report of the Auditor General on the Appropriation Accounts and the Accounts of County government for County Assembly

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CBROP

County Budget Review and Outlook Paper (CBROP)

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