Kenya Budget 2019/2020 Summary Statement and FY full pdf report (Draft)

Below is a summary statement of Kenya’s Budget for financial year 2019/2020 and attached full pdf. Kindly Note that this is a draft statement. However, most of the time we have noticed that 95% of the draft budget makes it through to the final budget that is read in parliament on June of every year by Treasury CS Henry Rotich.

This is a draft of Kenya Budget 2019/2020 Allocation summary and full pdf of 201/ 20 budget
This is a draft of Kenya Budget 2019/2020 Allocation summary and full pdf of 201/ 20 budget/Photo Source

Agriculture, Rural and Urban Development Sector Allocations

Budget allocation: The Sector has been allocated Ksh 56.6 billion in Financial Year 2019/2020

Energy, Infrastructure and Information, Communication and Technology Sector

Project to be funded

  • Construction of 500,000 housing units
  • Construction of of 8,245 km of roads, 150 bridges, rehabilitate 763km of roads, and maintenance of 114,131 km of roads
  • Completion of the first 3 berths at Lamu Port
  • Completion of SGR Phase 2A
  • Completion of  Phase 2 of the Second Container Terminal at Mombasa Port, and expand airstrips
  • Generation of 649.5 MW of power
  • Construction of  1,432km of electricity transmission lines
  • Connect 2 million new customers to electricity
  • install 5,398 new transformers
  • Drill 270 oil wells, produce 600,000 barrels of oil, and distribute 20,482 metric tonnes of oil and gas.
  • complete the laying of fibre under NoFBI Phase II Expansion
  • complete Konza Complex
  • Implementation of Horizontal Infrastructure in Phase 1 at Konza Technopolis.

Budget Allocation

The Sector has been allocated Ksh 411.3 billion  for the Financial Year 2019/20.

General Economic and Commerce Affairs Sector

Project to be funded

  • Acquire equipment and machinery for the New KCC
  • Expand dairy processing plants (powdered milk)
  • Implement the Co-operative Management Information System
  • Further improve on the ease of doing business
  • Acquire the Regional AntiCounterfeit Agency Exhibit Warehouses
  • establish the Commodities Exchange Platform
  • develop the Kenanie Leather Industrial Park
    complete and operationalize of Ewaso Ng’iro Tannery and Leather Factory with
    processing capacity of 4000 Tons of hides & skins annually
  • develop Athi River Textile hub
  • construct Industrial Research Laboratories in Kisumu and South B
  • provide credit to MSMEs in manufacturing Sector
  • construct Constituency Industrial Development Centers
  • promote tourism
    improve implementation of the EAC Customs Union, Common Market and Monetary Union Protocols
  • operationalize Regional Integration Centres (RICs) at One Stop Border Posts in Malaba, Taita Taveta and Isebania

Budget Allocation

The Sector has been allocated Ksh 23.9 billion in the Financial Year 2019/20.

Health Sector Allocation

Project to be funded

  • provision of the universal health coverage to all Kenyans
  • expand the health infrastructure

Budget Allocation

The Sector has been allocated Ksh 93.0 billion for the financial year 2019/2020.

Education Sector Allocations

Project to be funded

  • Recruitment of additional teachers to support the 100 percent transition policy of the Government
  • Continued support to Free Primary Education and Free Day Secondary Education through increased capitation
  • Continued support to Special Needs Education (SNE) through increased capitation to SNE learners
  • Provision of Examination Fees for all students in KCPE and KCSE
  • Complete the ongoing construction and equipment of TTIs and support university education in public and private universities

Budget Allocation

The Sector has been allocated Ksh 473.7 billion for the financial year 2019/20.

Governance, Justice, Law and Order Sector

Project to be funded

  • implementation of police reforms
  • equipping of the Forensic Lab
  • acquisition of additional assorted security equipment; installation of CCTV cameras in Nairobi Mombasa and its environs, Kisumu, Nakuru and Eldoret
  • improved population management system and production of 3rd generation ID cards, enhancement of accountability and governance structures

Budget Allocation

The Sector has been allocated Ksh 200.8 billion for financial year 2019/2020. This includes allocation for the Judiciary.

County Governments 2019/20 budget Allocations

The Counties will share an estimated Ksh 371.55 billion for the financial year 2019/2020. You can download the attached pdf below to know how much each county will be allocated.

Budget Allocation for financial year 2019/2020 full Draft report

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NOTE: We will update this post on June 2019 once the final report is read in parliament.

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