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NAIROBI CITY COUNTY

CITIZEN PARTICIPATION FORUM

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INTRODUCTION

Section 87 of County Governments Act 2012, sets out the principles of citizen participation in management of county governments Part (b) provides that there shall be reasonable access to the process of formulating and implementing policies, laws, and regulations including the approval of development proposals, projects and budgets, the granting of permits and the establishment of specific performance standards.

It is based on this legal provisions that the Nairobi City County government has invited Nairobi citizens with the objective of sharing the 2013/2014 budget information as well as consider their opinion an interests. 4/25/2013 2

HIGHLIGHTS OF 2013/2014 BUDGET PROPOSALS


The 2013/2014 budget estimates are the first under the devolved system of government. The law requires that county governments divide its services into not more that ten sectors excluding the office of the governor. We have therefore prepared our proposals based on sectors.

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HIGHLIGHTS OF 2013/2014 BUDGET PROPOSALS


The sectors include
Finance, Administration and Economic Planning Environment and Forestry Health Physical Planning, Housing and Lands Public Works and infrastructure Education, Youth affairs, Sports, Culture and Social Services Trade and Enterprise Development Public Service Management

Due to its unique nature the office of the governor has been budgeted for separately
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HIGHLIGHTS OF 2013/2014 BUDGET PROPOSALS


Below is an overview of the budget estimates per sector
SECTOR GOVERNOR'S OFFICE FINANCE, ADMINISTRATION AND ECONOMIC PLANNING ENVIRONMENT & FORESTRY HEALTH REVENUE KSH.'000' 115,880 RECURRENT EXPENDITURE KSH.'000' 3,106,833 DEBT PAYMENTS DEVELOPMENT EXPENDITUR E KSH.'000' 833,000

23,342,715
447,158 302,540 4,465,733 2,448,000

3,047,117
2,438,710 2,008,641 549,609 2,363,316

5,762,999

443,500
645,000 1,753,000 565,000 3,579,500

PHYSICAL PLANNING, HOUSING AND LANDS


PUBLIC WORKS AND INFRASTRUCTURE EDUCATION, YOUTH AFFAIRS, SPORTS CULTURE & SOCIAL SERVICES TRADE AND ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT PUBLIC SERVICE MANAGEMENT

23,198 414,720

1,660,008 209,297 689,358

747,000 980,000 5,000 5,762,999 9,551,000

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TOTAL

31,559,944

16,072,889

HIGHLIGHTS OF 2013/2014 BUDGET PROPOSALS


The Central government is expected to inject Ksh16.9B through the Commission on revenue allocation The City County is expecting to collect Ksh14.5B from fees and charges This brings the total revenue to Ksh31.5B Out of this an amount of Ksh.9.5B has been allocated to development expenditure which translates to 30.4% of total expenditure A further Ksh.1B has been allocated to maintenance of roads, streetlights and traffic signals.
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HIGHLIGHTS OF 2013/2014 BUDGET PROPOSALS


The personnel ratio stands at 30% of total expenditure
Operational and maintenance costs constitute 20% of total expenditure. Debt repayments make up 20% of total expenditure A summary of each expenditure as a percentage of total expenditure has been provided in the next slide We hope to make a surplus of Ksh.173M which is expected to transfer to an emergency fund.
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HIGHLIGHTS OF 2013/2014 BUDGET PROPOSALS


Recurrent
Personnel Operations and maintenance Debt repayments Capital & Development Exp. 30% 20% 20% 30%

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End of Presentation Questions, Contributions and Clarifications

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