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dc.description.abstractThe county total revenue has significantly increased over the years as the government focusses on enhanced services and amenities for the citizens. The total revenue has grown by 111 per cent from Ksh 6.42 billion in 2013/14 to Ksh 13.61 billion in 2020/21, an average annual growth rate of, 15.86 per cent. Conditional grants are a major source of revenue for financing county operations and has been growing over the years. The share of OSR to total revenue has been stable over time contributing an average of 6.02 percent of total revenue over the same period. In 2014/15 the county reported Ksh 269.3 million in pending bills. In order to achieve its overall goal of improving lives and livelihoods of its residents, the county government must quickly tackle the problem of pending bills. These bills have not only affected their profitability and overall performance but have also become a threat to private sector in general and the families that depend on these firms through ripple effect. If not well monitored these could grow and eat up on the county’s already thin revenue sources.en
dc.publisherThe Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA)en
dc.relation.ispartofseriesSpecial Report;2022
dc.subjectCovid 19 Pandemicen
dc.subjectSocio-Economic Transformationen
dc.subjectSocial Protectionen
dc.subjectEconomic Developmenten
dc.subjectDevolved Functionsen
dc.titleSocio-Economic Status of Kilifi County with COVID-19en
dc.typeKIPPRA Publicationsen
ppr.contributor.authorThe Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA)en

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