County Reports
Report of the Auditor General on the Financial Operations of the Nairobi County Executive
This special audit contains findings and other details and covers the period 1 July 2013 to 30 June 2014. Click here to download a copy.
An Act of the County Assembly of Nairobi City to give effect to Paragraph 14 of Part 2 of the fourth schedule of the constitution ; to provide for public participation in the governance of the county and for connected purpose. Click here to download a copy
County Public Participation Framework, 2014.
 County Public Participation Framework, 2014. Click here to download
County Government Act, 2012
County Government Act, 2012 Click here to download
Intergovernmental Relations Act.
Intergovernmental Relations Act. Click here to download
County Overview
Highlights of the 2015/ 2016 Budget —The “Mwananchi” Guide
  The budget highlights of the 2015/ 2016 Budget — The “Mwananchi” guide for the fiscal year 2015/2016. Click here for more details
List of Departments Established in Counties
 The Fourth Schedule (Article 185(2), 186(1) and 187(2))  describes the distribution of Functions between the  National Government and the County Governments.The  list highlights the departments established in the counties  as per the functions of the County government. Click here for more details
Summary of Development Expenditure and Source of Finance. Revenue allocation to county government from the national government’s share in terms of article 202 of the constitution, including conditional and unconditional grants. Click here
Total MCAs Membership and CECs
  A summary of the county assembly membership. In total, there are 2,222 members of county assemblies of whom 1,450 were directly elected and 772 were nominated under Article 90 of the Constitution. The summary provides details of MCAs in each county, by gender, nominations (marginalized gender, and female gender based affrmative action), and CECs as a ratio of MCAs. There is a total of 448 CEC members appointed in the 47 counties. Of these only 33% are female and about 67% are male. Overall, the county executive committee members are about 20% of the total number of county assembly members. Click here for more details   Equitable Transfers & Conditional Transfers From National To County Equitable Transfers And Conditional Transfers From National To County Governments (3rd Schedule County Allocations Of Revenue Act, 2013) Click here for more details  
Financial Support at the County Level
Avenues for Bursary Support.   1. Kenya TIVET Bursary Scheme:  Body Responsible: The Higher Education Loans Board Kenya The Higher Education Loans Board Kenya invites applications for TIVET bursaries from eligible students in Technical, Industrial, Vocational and Entrepreneurship Training (TIVET) tertiary institutions. TIVET institutions include Public National Polytechnics, Institutes of Technology and Technical Training institutes country-wide. The bursaries are also be awarded to Kenyan students across universities in Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda. Orphans, single parent students and others who come from poor backgrounds are given priority for the bursaries. Students pursuing Diploma and Certificate courses in Public universities, university colleges, public national polytechnics and Institutes of Technology and Technical Training institutes country-wide are eligible for this bursary. When to Apply: The application period is January to April every year. How to Apply: Applicants should access and fill the TIVETBursaryApplication Form from the HELB website. Print TWO copies of the TIVET Bursary Application Form. Signthe formand attach all the necessary documents, as indicated on the checklist on the last page of the Form. Havethe formproperly filled, signed and stamped by the relevant authorities. Present the two copies of the TIVET Bursary Application Form to your Institutional Bursaries Allocation Committee for verification and certification of your application details. Leave one copy of the TIVET Bursary Application Form and all the attached support documents with the Institutional Bursaries Allocation Committee for free delivery to HELB. Retain one copy of the duly filled TIVET Bursary Application Form Confirmation:  The Board will use the contacts provided on the form for communication with you on the progress of your bursary application. Note: The following is […]
MarginalIzed Groups Funds
Opportunities With Government Especially Through The 30% Procurement Rule The Public Procurement Directorate under the Ministry of Finance is in charge of the Access to Government Procurement Opportunities (AGPO) initiative. The aim of the AGPO Program is to facilitate the youth, women and persons with disability-owned enterprises to be able to participate in government procurement. This will be made possible through the implementation of the Presidential Directive that 30% of government procurement opportunities be set aside specifically for these enterprises. It is affirmative action aimed at empowering youth, women and persons with disability-owned enterprises by giving them more opportunities to do business with Government. This program applies to youth; aged 18-35yrs and you must have at least 70% ownership of your business. Target Groups The Access to Government Procurement Opportunities Initiative targets the following groups: Youth Women Persons with Disability Tips On How To Qualify For Access To Government Procurement Opportunities   1.  Qualification For the purpose of benefiting from preference and reservations schemes, an enterprise owned by youth, women or persons with disabilities shall be a legal entity that:- is registered with the relevant government body; and has at least seventy percent membership of youth, women or persons with disabilities and the leadership shall be one hundred percent youth, women and persons with disability, respectively    2.  Required Documents For you to qualify, you will need the following documents: Identity Card(s)/Passport(s). Business Registration Certificate/ Certificate of Incorporation. PIN/VAT Certificate. Tax Compliance Certificate. Partnership Deed for Partnership Business. Memorandum/Articles of Association and […]
Small & Medium Sized Enterprise Funds
How a small business can obtain financial and advisory support from government (national and county) or microfinance institutions. There are several channels through which small businesses can obtain financial and advisory support these include:- Women Enterprise Fund Youth Enterprise Development Fund Uwezo Fund Technoserve Balloon Kenya Micro finance Institutions  Women Enterprise Fund Under the women Enterprise fund which is offered by the government there are three services that are provided for SMEs   a) TUINUKE LOAN This is a loan product at the constituency level or otherwise known as Constituency Women Enterprise Scheme (CWES).   The Tuinuke loan product is given out through registered women groups interested in expanding or starting new businesses. Tuinuke Loan has the following features: Must be a registered self help group of 10 members and above comprising 100% women or 70 % women and 30% men. All leadership positions and account signatories must be held by women. Must have an account in a Bank/SACCO FOSA/Post Bank/Deposit Taking Micro-finance (DTM) and must have been in existence for at least 3 months. Groups must be trained on business management skills by the WEF officers as a prerequisite for the loan application The loan is interest free, with only 5 % administrative fee and is repayable within one year with/a grace period of 2-1 months depending on amounts. Graduation principle applies, 1stloan amount is Kshs.100,000, 2nd loan Kshs 200,000, 3rd loan Kshs 350,000 and maximum loan amount is Kshs 500,000 Loan applications forms are available for free from the Fund’s Regional Offices based […]
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