Kenya: Analysis of the 2015 Budget Review and Outlook Paper

By Jason Lakin, Ph.D. and John Kinuthia, Jan 28, 2016

The Budget Review and Outlook Paper (BROP) is a Kenya budget document that must be produced by both national and county governments every year to provide a review of budget performance from the most recent financial year and updated expectations and recommendations for the coming financial year. In this analysis, IBP Kenya’s John Kinuthia and Jason Lakin examine Kenya’s 2015 National Budget Review and Outlook Paper.

IBP Kenya BROP Analysis

How to Read and Use Kenya’s Budget Review and Outlook Paper

By IBP Kenya, Jan 19, 2016

Part of a series on how to read and use Kenya’s key national and county budget documents, this guide examines the Budget Review and Outlook Paper (BROP), a document that must be produced by both national and county governments every year, using Kenya’s 2015 National Budget Review and Outlook Paper as an example.

Kenya - how to read and use budget documents

Uganda: Winning Human Resources for Health

By Jillian Larsen, Dec 01, 2015

This case study recounts how a coalition of civil society organizations coalesced around the goal of bolstering staff at health facilities in Uganda, enlisting the support of key parliamentarians and government officials to win new funding for the sector.

winning resources for health in Uganda case study

Devolution in Kenya: The Establishment of County Budget and Economic Forums

By Christine Kamau, Nov 23, 2015

County Budget and Economic Forums (CBEFs) are a key institution for engaging the public in budgeting and economic development at the county level in Kenya. This Paper looks at how CBEFs in four counties – Kericho, Kwale, Kisumu and Taita Taveta – are working. It assesses whether they are fulfilling their public participation mandate and provides a set recommendations for improving their operations that is relevant for all Kenyan counties.

devolution in kenya