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Statement By Mr. Henry Rotich, EGH, Cabinet Secretary/ National Treasury During A Breakfast Meeting With The Media On The Second High Level Meeting (HLM2) Of The Global Partnership For Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC)  On 8th November 2016 At 7:30 A.M. At The Sarova Stanley Hotel, Nairobi. Click to download speech.

7TH October, 2016
WASHINGTON D.C
By Maina Kigaga
Kenya has been making strong and decisive progress towards improving its business environment as part of efforts to attract foreign direct investments and create jobs.

1. With Ghana, once an African giant now under intensive care supervision by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Mozambique’s IMF support package is under suspension, and many African countries hit by the declining commodity prices looking for international relief to avoid defaulting on concessional and commercial loans, where doe Kenya which has applied for standby loan facility stand in the debt distress scale?

Your Excellency, Hon. Uhuru Kenyatta, President of the Republic of Kenya
Your Excellency, Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya
Cabinet Secretaries present
Principal Secretaries present

IMF/World Bank High Level Panel On Governance
Thursday, October 06, 2016
WASHINGTON D.C
By Maina Kigaga
Kenya is striving to close the governance gap by improving on service delivery through automation and digitalization.

Central Bank Of Kenya 50th Anniversary Celebrations At The Nairobi National Museum Remarks By Mr. Henry Rotich, Cabinet Secretary, The National Treasury September 14, 2016. Click to Download Speech Here...

This Statement is issued in public interest, pursuant to Article 35(3) of the Constitution of Kenya, 2010, as well as section 8 of the County Allocation of Revenue Act, 2015. Click to download the Press Release.

The National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich has said that according to the 2012 PFMR Act, counties should use at least 30 per cent of their budget allocation from the national Government for development purposes while the maximum amount of money to be used to pay salaries should not exceed 35 per cent of the same. The CS said this during the official opening of Public Sector Hearings for the FY2017/18 and the Medium-Term Budget at Kenya International Convention Centre today.  View Photos

Opening Remarks By H.E. William Ruto EGH, EBS, Deputy President Of The Republic Of Kenya During The Central Bank Of Kenya Fifty Years Of Central Banking Symposium Held At The Radisson Blu Hotel Nairobi On September 13, 2016, it was read on his behalf by CS National Treasury , Mr. Henry Rotich. Click to Download The Speech.

The government’s efforts to initiate Digital Learning Programme (DLP) is aimed at preparing pupils to be digital compliant while promoting learning at all primary schools countrywide.

Statement By Mr. Henry Rotich, EGH, Cabinet Secretary, National Treasury During The Second High Level Meeting (HLM2) Of The Global Partnership For Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC) Breakfast Meeting With The Business Sector And Foundations On ‘Partnering For Successful HLM2” Held On 27th September 2016 At The Hotel Intercontinental Nairobi. Download The Full Speech         View photos.

The Purpose of this Circular is to provide guidelines for the preparation and submission of FY2017/2018  -2019/2020 Medium Term Budget for State Corporations. These guidelines have been prepared in line with Treasury Circular No. 14/2016 dated July 13, 2016. Click Here to Download the Circular.pdf

H.E. Hon. Uhuru Kenyatta, President of the Republic of Kenya, and Commander in Chief of the Kenya Defense Forces.
Fellow Cabinet Secretaries Present.
Our Development Partners Present.
The Chairman and Board of Directors of Kenya Revenue Authority.

The (National Assembly) Bills being discussed (Bills for Introduction to the National Assembly):The Proceeds of Crime and Anti-Money Laundering (Amendment) Bill, 2015; The Competition (Amendment) Bill, 2016; The Privatization (Amendment) Bill, 2016; The Insurance (Amendment) Bill, 2016; The Private Partnership (Amendment) Bill, 2016 and The Uwezo Kenya Fund Bill.

1. The Sugar Development Levy was scrapped during the 2016/17 budget speech. It used to cater for roads and bridges in the sugar belt. It was also cheap source of money for factories during maintenance. Out-grower companies also relied on it.

Kenyan has continued registering strong economic growth in the second quarter of 2016. It is projected that the growth will remain on course and expand by over 6.0 per cent in the last quarter of 2016 and rise to 6.5 per cent in 2017.

Annual Report to Parliament on Public Investments by Cabinet Secretary National Treasury 2015-2016FY - Treasury Circular No 16 - 2016.  Click to download the circular....

His Excellency the Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya, Hon William Ruto cuts a ribbon during the launch of the Sector Working Groups (SWGs) for the Financial Year 2017/2018 and Medium term  at Kenyatta International Conference Centre, Nairobi.

Digital literacy programme will change, enhance and transform education and the lives of children. National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich says the “overall objective of the Digital Literacy Programme is to prepare our children for the 21st skills needed in today’s globally competitive environment.”

Speech By Mr. Henry Rotich,The Cabinet Secretary, The National Treasury During Official Opening Of CADFund East Africa Regional Office On 22nd September, 2016 At Crowne Plaza Hotel. Download Speech Here....