Vihiga County Fiscal Strategy Paper 2018
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This County Fiscal Strategy Paper (CFSP) sets the out County strategic priorities that will form the basis for budgeting for the financial Year 2018/2019 and the Medium-Term Framework. It has been prepared in accordance with section 117 of the Public Finance Management Act, 2012 and aligned to the Budget Policy Statement published by the National Treasury. It outlines the County performance levels on revenue and expenditure vis a viz the approved estimates. It goes further to set out projections on estimated revenue, expenditure and deficit/surplus in the coming financial year. The estimated resources, priorities and goals are set based on the County Integrated Development Plan (CIDP). These priorities shall form the basis for resource allocation for every department.
Economic Development; Economic Outlook; Economic Planning; Expenditure; Early Childhood Development Education
PublisherCounty Government of Vihiga
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