Turkana County Annual Development Plan 2022/2023
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ByCounty Government of Turkana
This Annual Development Plan is the fifth plan to be prepared during the 2018-2022 plan period. Priority programmes and projects captured in this plan have therefore been carefully designed to build on the gains made from implementing the first CIDP while focusing ahead, in accordance with Article 220 (2) of the Constitution of Kenya. The basis for preparation of the Annual Development Plan is particularly provided for under section 126(3) of the PFM Act 2012. The County Executive Committee Member responsible for planning to submit the Annual Development Plan by and not later than 1st September of each year to the County Assembly for approval. These programmes and projects when successfully implemented will feed into the broader agenda of transforming the county economy through infrastructure and socio-economic development”.
Economic Development; Revenue Expenditure; Resource Mobilization; Devolution; Infrastructure Development
PublisherCounty Government of Turkana
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