The Commission is mandated by Article 216(4) of the Constitution to determine, publish and regularly review a policy in which it sets out the criteria by which to identify marginalized areas in the country for purpose of the equalization fund. The Fund, as per Article 204(2) is to be used to provide basic services to the marginalized areas to the extent necessary to bring the quality of those services to the level generally enjoyed by the rest of the nation.
In the process of developing the second policy, CRA engaged in extensive stakeholder engagements, data analysis and county visits that revealed gaps in the way marginalization is understood and addressed.

In this regard, the Commission, in addition to policy recommendations identified the need to create a broader framework to collaborate with various Read More…

Public Hearing on the Budget for FY 2021/22 and Medium Term

Sector Working Groups have finalized the Sector Budget Proposals for FY 2021/22 and the medium term. In view of this, ...
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County Revenue Administration Structures Workshop

The Commission held Validation and Dissemination Workshops for Samburu and Lamu Counties on County Revenue Administration Structures. The objective of ...
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CRA Audit Committee Reconstituted

The Commission completed the process of reconstituting the Audit, Corporate Governance and Risk Management Committee, following the expiry of the ...
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Report of the Senate Committee Established to Consider the 3rd Revenue Allocation Formula

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SECOND POLICY AND CRITERIA FOR SHARING REVENUE AMONG MARGINALISED AREAS

SECOND POLICY AND CRITERIA FOR SHARING REVENUE AMONG MARGINALISED AREAS Background The Constitution mandates the Commission to determine, publish and ...
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Counties miss Own Source Revenue Target for FY 2018/2019

Counties miss Own Source Revenue Target for FY 2018/2019 The aggregate annual own source revenue target for the 47 County ...
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