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25 Nov
Why Developing Economies MUST Adopt “Green Public Finance Management” in tackling Climate Change Predicaments in Post-COP27 pledges
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As the name defines it, “Green PFM” helps to integrate environment and/or climate-friendly perspective into PFM practices, systems, and frameworks. Countries at the COP27 climat...
08 Sep
African Conference on Debt and Development II (AfCoDD II), Lilongwe Malawi
IPF Attends the African Conference on Debt and Development II (AfCoDD II)
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The African Forum and Network on Debt and Development (AFRODAD) and its partners hosted the second African Conference on Debt and Development (AfCoDD II) from 24th to 26th Augus...
12 Nov
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First Draft of COP26 Climate Deal is Published
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The first draft of an agreement setting out how countries will cut emissions to avoid temperature rises of above 1.5C has been published. Released by the UK, the draft outlines ...
04 Nov
COP26 Climate Cisco
COP26: World Leaders Gather to Discuss Urgent Action on Climate Change
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LEADERS ACROSS THE WORLD GATHER AT COP26 TO DISCUSS URGENT ACTION ON CLIMATE CHANGE Extreme weather conditions and high record temperatures are pushing the planet to dangerous c...
19 Oct
Keynote Paper: The integration of climate change into budgeting and finance
KEYNOTE PAPER: The Integration of Climate Change into Budgeting and Finance
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Climate change, previously only considered an environmental and development challenge, is now widely acknowledged as a pressing fiscal concern. African governments are now commi...
20 Sep
Parliamentary Budget Office: Budget Watch for 2021/2022 and the Medium Term
Parliamentary Budget Office: Budget Watch for 2021/2022
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The Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) is a non-partisan professional office of the Parliament of the Republic of Kenya. The primary function of the Office is to provide professi...
16 Sep
making revenue equitable
Webinar: Making Revenue Sharing Equitable
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CAB 2020 and its Likely Implications on Inequality Article 202 of the Constitution of Kenya stipulates that revenue raised nationally shall be shared equitably between the Natio...
18 Jul
AstraZeneca COVID 19 vaccine being administered to frontline personnel in the Tourism and Hospitality sector, at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre on April 27, 2021. The first phase of the program will see over 5,000 workers in the hospitality sector in Nairobi County get vaccinated.
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It’s time Kenya government, including counties, invested more in immunization
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By Reena Atuma Vaccine invention is the greatest public health intervention and gift of science in the history of humankind. Vaccines provide individuals and communities with th...
11 Jun
Highlights of the FY 21/22 National Budget and the Finance Bill 2021
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The overall budget for FY 2021/22 is estimated at Kshs. 3.66 Trillion. The budget for the three arms of Government is estimated at; The Executive (Kshs. 1,895.14 Billion), Parli...