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Practical Approaches for County Governments to Facilitate Public Participation in the Planning and Budget Process

CITIZEN INVOLVEMENT ADVOCACY BUDGET CYCLE FOCUS GROUP GOVERNOR ACCOUNTING BUDGETARY ALLOCATIONS PARTICIPANTS BUSINESS COMMUNITY CONSULTATION VILLAGE PUBLIC COMPLAINTS INCOME INTEREST LAWS PUBLIC SECTOR GOVERNMENT TARGET GROUPS DATA COLLECTION DEVELOPING COUNTRIES PUBLIC SERVICES PREPARATION REVENUES CDS POPULAR PARTICIPATION BUDGETARY PROCESS BUDGET LITERACY FOCUS GROUP DISCUSSIONS APPROPRIATION BILL CAPACITY BUILDING PROJECTS CITIES CORRUPTION INFORMATION GATHERING COUNTY GOVERNMENTS BUDGETING BUDGET FORMULATION OVERSIGHT MOBILIZATION CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS PUBLIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT MUNICIPALITIES BUDGET COLLABORATION LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK PARTICIPATORY PROCESSES FEASIBILITY RELEVANCE PUBLIC FUNDS CITIZEN PARTICIPATION FINANCES CIVIL SOCIETY PARTICIPATORY PLANNING OPTIONS COMMUNITY LEADERS MP BUDGET ANALYSIS PARTICIPATORY POVERTY ASSESSMENT LOCAL GOVERNMENT CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATION LEGISLATION PUBLIC FINANCE ACCESS NEGOTIATIONS REPRESENTATIVES COMMUNITY BASED ORGANIZATIONS SOCIAL EQUITY LOANS SERVICE DELIVERY BUDGET PLANNING PUBLIC DEBATES GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENTS LEGAL FRAMEWORK FINANCE MARGINALIZED GROUPS GRANTS PUBLIC EXPENDITURE DEVOLUTION EQUITY ELECTIONS ACCOUNTABILITY TRANSPARENCY PUBLIC EXPENDITURE BUDGET PROCESS CAPITAL PROJECTS PARTICIPATORY RURAL APPRAISAL PARTICIPATION BUDGET CALENDAR POLICY MAKERS CAPACITY CONSTRAINTS STAKEHOLDERS BUDGETS SOCIAL MAPPING INVESTOR CONFIDENCE SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY REPORTS PARTICIPATORY BUDGETING URBAN AREAS INTEREST GROUPS DECISION MAKING PARTICIPATORY PROCESS SPATIAL PLANNING CITIZEN ENGAGEMENT TREASURY BUDGET PERFORMANCE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PUBLIC RESOURCES PROJECT IMPLEMENTATION INVESTOR MUNICIPALITY PRA CITIZENSHIP SOCIAL AUDIT SOCIAL AUDITS PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PUBLIC FINANCES CIVIL SOCIETY REPRESENTATIVES MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS REVENUE STAKEHOLDER LAW GOVERNORS FEES SOCIAL CHANGE BUDGET PREPARATION BUDGET REVIEW TRANSPORT COSTS MUNICIPAL MANAGEMENT PUBLIC SERVICE CERTIFICATION GOVERNMENTS STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT COUNCILORS
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World Bank Group, Washington, DC
Africa | Kenya
2015-04-02T16:32:42Z | 2015-04-02T16:32:42Z | 2015-02

Kenya's new Constitution and supportive legal framework contain multiple provisions requiring both national government and counties to make information publicly available and consult with citizens in planning and budgeting. Citizen participation affords county governments an opportunity to empower citizens on their operations and to deliberate, debate, and influence the allocation of public resources. This working paper presents practical approaches for Kenyan counties to implement public participation in their systems that encourage meaningful public engagement.

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