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An Assignment of Local Service Delivery and Local Governments in Kenya

ACCOUNTABILITY ADMINISTRATIVE RESPONSIBILITIES ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES AUDITING AUDITS AUTHORIZATION BUDGET PROCESS BUSINESS PERMIT CAPACITY BUILDING CAPITAL EXPENDITURES CAPITAL GRANTS CAPITAL PROJECTS CENTRAL GOVERNMENT CITIZEN CITIZEN PARTICIPATION CITIZENS CIVIL SERVICE CIVIL SERVICE REFORMS CIVIL SOCIETY CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS COALITIONS COMMERCIAL BORROWING COMMUNITY BASED ORGANIZATIONS COMMUNITY DRIVEN DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY LEVEL COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION COMMUNITY-DRIVEN DEVELOPMENT CONSTITUTION CORRUPTION CREDITWORTHINESS DEBT DEBT MANAGEMENT DECENTRALIZATION DECENTRALIZATION FRAMEWORK DECISION MAKERS DECONCENTRATION DEGREE OF AUTONOMY DEVOLUTION DISTRICTS DONOR ASSISTANCE ECONOMIC DECLINE ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT EMPLOYMENT EXPENDITURE EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL INFORMATION FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE FINANCIAL REFORMS FINANCIAL REPORTING FINANCIAL RESOURCES FINANCING MECHANISMS FISCAL FISCAL CRISIS FISCAL REFORMS GARBAGE COLLECTION GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES GOVERNMENT INSTITUTIONS GOVERNMENT LEVELS GOVERNMENT REFORM GOVERNMENT REVENUE GOVERNMENT SYSTEMS GROWTH RATES HOUSING HUMAN RESOURCE HUMAN RESOURCES INCOME INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS INSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE INTERGOVERNMENTAL TRANSFERS INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT LACK OF ACCOUNTABILITY LACK OF ACCOUNTABILITY MECHANISMS LARGE CITIES LEGAL PROVISIONS LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT LOCAL AUTHORITIES LOCAL AUTHORITY LOCAL ELECTIONS LOCAL GOVERNMENT LOCAL GOVERNMENT SECTOR LOCAL GOVERNMENTS LOCAL LEVEL LOCAL LEVELS LOCAL REVENUE LOCAL SERVICES MANDATES MINISTRY OF FINANCE NATIONAL ELECTIONS PERFORMANCE CRITERIA POLICY ANALYSIS POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT POLITICAL DYNAMICS POLITICAL PARTY POOR MANAGEMENT POVERTY ALLEVIATION POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGIES POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY PRIVATE SECTOR PRIVATIZATION PUBLIC FINANCES PUBLIC HEALTH PUBLIC SECTOR PUBLIC SECTOR EFFICIENCY PUBLIC SECTOR REFORM PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC SERVICES RATIONALIZATION RECURRENT EXPENDITURES REFORM PROGRAMS RESOURCE CONSTRAINTS REVENUE ADMINISTRATION REVENUE PERFORMANCE ROADS SECTOR MINISTRIES SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE DELIVERY SYSTEMS SERVICE PROVISION SOCIAL INDICATORS SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE SOCIAL OUTCOMES SOCIAL SERVICES STRUCTURAL REFORM STRUCTURAL REFORMS TASK TEAM LEADER TAX TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE URBAN AREAS URBAN POOR URBAN POVERTY URBAN SERVICES USER CHARGES LOCAL GOVERNMENT SERVICE DELIVERY PUBLIC SECTOR MANAGEMENT REFORM POLICY DECENTRALIZATION INTERAGENCY COORDINATION WATER SUPPLY ROADS & HIGHWAYS EDUCATION SECTOR HEALTH CARE DELIVERY MACROECONOMIC REFORM LOCAL FINANCING LOCAL LEVEL INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORK REFORM IMPLEMENTATION DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE
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Washington, DC
Africa | Kenya
2013-08-28T13:59:30Z | 2013-08-28T13:59:30Z | 2002-06-25

The report examines the local government sector in Kenya, the reform and decentralization process, and the dynamics of local service delivery. The report is organized in three parts. The first, traces the broad contours of the reform process in Kenya: the inter-governmental system, local government and key local service sectors (such as water, roads, education, and health), and the macro reform processes (such as the public sector reforms, and the Kenya Constitution Review). The second part, reviews the existing systems for local service delivery, including aspects such as institutional arrangements, planning and financing for local services, and the structure, and finances of local governments. The third part focuses on a synthesis of key issues in the reform process, and discusses the strategic directions for both the Bank, and the Department of International Development (DFID), regarding future support to the Government of Kenya for improvements in local service delivery, and related local government reform.

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