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Makueni County FY 2021-2022 Q1 Budget Implementation Report

The Budget implementation report highlights progress made in implementation of the Makueni County Government for quarter one of the Financial Year 2021/22, ending 30th September 2021.It also presents the key challenges that faced budget implementation during the reporting period and appropriate recommendations to overcome these challenges.
The FY 2021/22 budget is geared towards stimulating the growth of the local economy after the negative effects of COVID 19 pandemic. The budget theme for the year is “enhancing community driven development for enhanced prosperity” and is guided by seven principles; Equity in development, completion of all ongoing projects; community-led development; community volunteerism in development (Mwethya wa Maendeeyo); livelihood/employment guarantee scheme,.
The County Government budget for FY 2021/22 is 9,763,795,153.00 with Kshs 6,744,801,648.04 (69%) directed towards recurrent budget and Kshs 3,018,993,504.96 (31%) directed towards development budget.
By end of the Quarter one of FY 2021/22, the total revenue receipts amounted to Kshs. 1,723,856,308.57 representing 18 per cent against of the total revenues of the Financial Year. The County had received 17 per cent of the Equitable share, 31 per cent of the loans and grants and mobilized 22 percent of the own source revenues. Noi funding for conditional allocations have been received in that quarter.
The overall County Expenditure for the period ending 30th September 2021 amounted to Ksh. 701,852,186.10 translating to an overall absorption of 7 per cent.

Makueni County FY 2021-22 Q1 Budget Implementation Report