Kenya: 10 Key Questions About Your County Audit Report
Publication Type: Guides & Training Materials
April 2019 | Mokeira Nyagaka and John Kinuthia, International Budget Partnership Kenya
In Kenya, county Audit Reports give an independent evaluation on whether counties were prudent in their use of public resources and whether the public got value for the resources spent. In addition, the auditor looks into the internal financial controls in the counties and whether there are sufficient safeguards in place to protect public resources. This guide — part of a series of guides on how to read and understand different budget documents at the national and county level in Kenya — provides some structured questions that will help the public, civil society organizations, and other agencies read and understand Kenya county Audit Reports.
- How to Read and Use Kenya Budget Documents Series
- Kenya: 7 Key Questions About Your County Annual Development Plan (September 2018)
- Kenya: 9 Key Questions About Your County Integrated Development Plan(February 2018)
- Kenya: How to Read and Use the Budget Estimates(May 2017)