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December 18, 2023 - In Booklet , Governance , Report



The Inter-Religious Council of Kenya (IRCK), in collaboration with State Department for Economic Planning (SDEP) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), launched the revised guidelines on Social Budgeting (SB) and Social Intelligence Reporting (SIR) in 2022 to streamline and upscale the Social Budgeting Framework at the national and county levels. One of the salient features of the revised guidelines is the incorporation of real-time reporting through an electronic SIR (e-SIR) system. The real-time reporting makes data and information readily available to facilitate corrective actions by various levels of programme implementers and policy makers.

The scope of the report is limited to major human development activities undertaken in Turkana by the health, children, and education, water and gender departments. Engagement with stakeholders, collection, and compilation of information and generation of e-SIR data was done from relevant county departmental reports and field visits. Observations from education, health and WASH for communities were the main points of discussion. In Turkana County, e-SIR was conducted in the Turkana Central and Loima sub-counties. Eight communities (four from each sub-county) were sampled, with an average of 20 facilities in each.



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