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dc.description.abstractGarissa county’s total revenues have been increasing steadily over the years growing by 130 per cent from Ksh 4.84 billion in FY 2013/14 to Ksh 11.11 billion in FY 2018/19, being the highest ever. Analysis of county revenues shows that the main source of revenue for the county has been the equitable share from the National Government, which averaged 81.96 per cent of the county’s total revenues from FY 2013/14 to FY 2020/21. Monthly cash transfers from the National Government have always had an increasing trend from January to June over the years. The County receives conditional grants from the National Government and development partners mainly from World Bank, Danish International Development Agency (DANIDA), Sweden and European Union. The OSR to total revenue averaged 1.22 per cent between FY 2013/14 and FY 2020/21, contributing the least amount of County revenues. County expenditure has over the years been rising as the county escalates its efforts in provision of services to its residents. Total county expenditure has grown significantly since FY 2013/14. In FY 2014/15 the county reported Ksh 460.0 million in pending bills. This increased to Ksh 980.1 million in FY 2017/18 with development spending related pending bills accounting for 872.0 per cent of this. In FY 2018/19 pending bills slowed to Ksh 619.6 million before shooting up to Ksh 877.0 million in FY 2019/20.en
dc.publisherThe Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA)en
dc.relation.ispartofseriesSpecial Report: 2022
dc.subjectCounty Economyen
dc.subjectEconomic Transformationen
dc.subjectCovid 19 Pandemicen
dc.subjectIndustrial Recoveryen
dc.subjectExpenditure Analysisen
dc.titleSocio-Economic Status of Garissa County with COVID-19en
dc.typeKIPPRA Publications
ppr.contributor.authorThe Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA)en

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