Chairman, Council of Governors, H.E Peter Munya and other Excellency Governors visit H.E Governor Nderitu Gachagua
Chairman, Council of Governors, H.E Peter Munya paid a visit to H.E Governor Nderitu Gachagua in his home in Nyeri County. Other Governors who accompanied him included; the Vice Chairman, Governor Taita Taveta County, H.E John Mruttu, Murang'a Governor H.E Mwangi Wa Iria, Laikipia Governor, H.E Joshua Irungu and Nyandarua Governor H.E Daniel Waithaka. H.E Nderitu Gachagua has been unwell and as a spirit of comradeship and friendship as a council, the Excellency Governors decided to pay him a visit.Read More...
The Council of Governors meeting with the National Assembly's Parliamentary Committee
The Council of Governors held a meeting with the National Assembly's Parliamentary Committee on Constitutional Implementation and Oversight at Continental House. The agenda of the meeting was to discuss on the County Governments pension scheme. Present were H.E Governor James Ongwae, Chairman of the human Resources and Labour Committee, H.E Governor Moses Akaranga, National Assembly's Parliamentary Committee and the Council of Governors technical team.Read More...
Consultative Meeting Between Council of Governors, UN Women, UNICEF and the World Bank
The Council of Governors held a consultative meeting with representatives from the UN Women, UNICEF and the World Bank with the aim of creating partnership between the four institutions to carry out a county expenditure review for 10 selected counties in Health and Water and Sanitation Health (WASH). The 10 pilot selected counties include; Nakuru, Mombasa, Turkana, Siaya, Garissa, Kakamega, Nyeri, Kitui, Migori, Kisii county. In the 10 counties, the County Expenditure Review will look at the budget, flow of resources from the National Government to County Governments and the benefit to the lives of the people. To implement the county expenditure review, a proposed steering committee will be created to give policy direction and look into the progress. The steering committee will include; The...Read More...
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) to be held in Nairobi County
Nairobi City will be hosting United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) on 19th to 21st July. 7,000 delegates are expected to attend the event. Nairobi County Governor H.E Dr. Evans Kidero is positive that his team is well prepared to host the huge event.
The guests expected to grace the conference is Uganda’s President, Yoweri Museveni, United Nations Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon amongst others
Busia County Rolls Out An Automated Mode Of Revenue Collection
Busia County Government has rolled out an automated mode of revenue collection. The system is expected to increase the local revenue base.
The county revenue has been sh320m per year in the last two years. With the new implemented system, the expected County revenue will be sh 1 billion. The revenue will be from the seven Sub Counties; Matayos, Bunyala, Samia, Nambale, Butula, Teso North and Teso South.
County Executive Committee Member for Finance and ICT Lenard Ombibira said The County...
Launch of Maternal Child Nutrition Program in Mandera County
Mandera county First Lady H.E Hodhan Ibrahim Presided over the launch of the EU supported Maternal Child Nutrition program by Save the Children and UNICEF in conjunction with Mandera County Government at the Red Sea Resort in Mandera town. The County government of Mandera has recruited 37 nutritionists, which is an increase in the number of nutritionists, as compared to 3 who were present before devolution came into place. The program is put in place to ensure that proper health nutrition is accessible...Read More...
H.E Kenneth Lusaka Launches Bungoma County University Student Education Foundation
Bungoma County University Education Foundation was officially launched at KIE grounds in Bungoma County by H.E Governor Kenneth Lusaka. The foundation was set up in order to solicit for funds from all stakeholders so as to empower and expand access to quality education to the needy students in the County.
The high rate of university fees has widely contributed to students not advancing their education due to inadequate funds. Therefore, the foundation seeks to give assistance to students who...
Uasin Gishu County starts a bore-hole drilling project
A multi-million bore-hole drilling project has been launched by Uasin Gishu County. A program has been set up to ensure clean water reaches the people at the grassroots level. The devolved unit has the responsibility of ensuring the bore- hole drilling project is done at ward levels.
The County Government, led by H.E Governor Jackson Mandago has a goal of ensuring a bigger percentage of schools, households and dispensaries can access clean water by the year 2017.
The County Executive in...
- United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) to be held in Nairobi County
- Busia County Rolls Out An Automated Mode Of Revenue Collection
- Launch of Maternal Child Nutrition Program in Mandera County
- H.E Kenneth Lusaka Launches Bungoma County University Student Education Foundation
- Uasin Gishu County starts a bore-hole drilling project
Appreciation for participation & Support towards the success of the 3rd Annual Devolution Conference
Thank you for making this year's Devolution Conference the best conference yet! If you joined us, we hope you left feeling as inspired as we did, and if you could not make it to Meru County, we hope the content from our Live Coverage on Citizen TV helped you see and Celebrate the Gains of Devolution so far. After 3 years, we’re still learning and growing through this Conference, and we look forward to it every year. Thanks for taking the time to come, share your knowledge, and help us all shape the future of our beloved counties through Devolution.
Your attendance is what made the 3rd Annual Devolution Conference 2016 a success. We value your participation both at the Conference and after, as we review Devolution Conference 2016 and begin planning for 2017. We take this Moment to say "Asanteni Sana and God Bless Kenya!!"