Policy Brief No. 09 of 2006 on Using Social Budgeting to Improve the Budgetary Process in Kenya
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ByThe Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis
Budgetary process; Resource allocation; Social budgeting; Institutional frameworks; Kenya
This policy brief is based on KIPPRA Discussion Paper No. 57 of 2006 on Mainstreaming Social Budgeting into the Budgetary Process in Kenya. The study analyses the current MTEF budgetary process in Kenya with the aim of examining the extent to which it addresses the concerns of the social sector.
PublisherThe Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis
SeriesPolicy brief No.09 of 2006;
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