This analysis centered on the Annual Development Plan (ADP) for the ¬≠fiscal year 2022/2023, which incorporated community inputs and priorities. The supplementary budget for the same year was closely examined to determine how well it aligned with the community’s identified needs. Importantly, the community sought to validate whether the programs outlined in both the ADP and the budget document had been effectively implemented in their respective communities.

A significant challenge faced during the analysis was the absence of crucial documents, including the approved budget, quarterly implementation reports, and annual work plans. The lack of these documents necessitated a reassessment of community priorities, emphasizing the reliance on the Approved Annual Development Plan and the supplementary budget, alongside its visible implementation at the ward level. This methodology ensured a participatory and informed approach to budget analysis, with the aim of promoting transparency, equity, and accountability in local governance and development.

It is also important to note that the compilation of this report was through the help of Dacca Staffs. Peter Ochuka, Mike Joseph and Victor Ogindo collaboratively collected the community analysis and compiled it for a comprehensive report…Read More

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The Devolution and Climate Change Adaptation programme (DaCCA) currently operates in Western Kenya and has been running since November 2015. It is supported by Sustainable Energy (SE), Denmark through DANIDA funds.