National and county budgets are definitive instruments that detail planned government spending and reflect government policies, priorities, and services that will be delivered within a fiscal year. This Kenya National and County Health Budget Analysis report examines resource allocation patterns at national and county levels and compares these allocations with government health policy priorities in fiscal year 2019/20. It analyzes allocation patterns of the preceding two years. Key analyses include total government budget allocations to health, Ministry of Health and county government allocations to recurrent and development budgets, and allocations by health economic categories and programs. The findings of the report aim to assist key stakeholders and decisionmakers to understand health budget allocation trends by key health inputs and service delivery areas as well as inform planning and budgeting processes. A summary brief is available as well.
Health Policy Plus. 2021. Is Kenya Allocating Enough Funds for Healthcare? Findings and Recommendations from National and County Budget Analyses. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00X-FSQ
English PDF 761.8 kbFebruary 2021
Republic of Kenya, Ministry of Health. 2020. National and County Health Budget Analysis, FY 2019/20. Nairobi: Republic of Kenya USAID DEC: PA-00X-467
English PDF 1090.6 kbOctober 2020
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