|Title:||County annual capacity & performance assessment (ACPA) : synthesis report|
|Authors :||Githae, Peter|
|Publisher / Ed. Institution :||Matengo Githae & Associates|
|Publisher / Ed. Institution:||Nairobi|
|License (according to publishing contract) :||Licence according to publishing contract|
|Subject (DDC) :||350: Public administration|
|Abstract:||Matengo Githae & Associates were appointed to undertake an assessment of the Annual Capacity Programme Assessment (ACPA) as part of the Kenya Devolution Support programme of the Ministry of Devolution Programme. The ACPA process started in June 2016 when the participating counties conducted the Self-Assessment exercise. The process was guided by the National Government technical team that was inducting county government on participation of the KDSP. The self-assessment forms the basis of capacity building plans for FY 2016/17. It is based on the development of these capacity building plans that county government will qualify to receive the C&P Grant in FY 2016/17 The assessment was carried out in the forty seven counts in all the areas of the tool except for the ones that were supposed to be subjected to the year 2 funding. This mainly affected MPC 5 on the investment menu. The synthesis report analysed the performance of the Counties in all areas of Minimum Access Conditions, Minimum Performance Conditions and the Performance Measurement. The assignment technically covered all the three areas of the tool though it’s noted that the Minimum Access Conditions had already been assessed and as such were not actually reviewed. The details of the two levels of the assignment the Minimum Performance Conditions and the Performance Measures form the basis of the report. The assessment as mentioned in this document was geared towards enhancing the County government capacity to respond to the support that they are to receive from the World Bank as part of the Capacity Performance for Grant.|
|Departement:||School of Management and Law|
|Organisational Unit:||Institute of Public Management (IVM)|
|Publication type:||Working Paper – Expertise – Study|
|Appears in Collections:||Publikationen School of Management and Law|
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