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PO SPECIAL ISSUE Kenya Gazette Supplement No.

51 (Acts No.

8) REPUBLIC OF KENYA KENYA GAZETTE SUPPLEMENT ACTS, 2017 I.

NAIROBI, 12th April, 2017.

CONTENT Act PAGE The Equalization Fund Appropriation Act, 2017.91 NAflOpA1 COUNCIL FOR LAW REPORTING RECEIVED APR 2017 P Rcx 1044300100 "RO3, KENYA 7 '231 FAX: 2712694 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, NAIROBI 91 EQUALIZATION FUND APPROPRIATION ACT, 2017 No.

8 of 2017 Date of Assent: 7th April, 2017 Date of Commencement: 12th April, 2017 AN ACT of Parliament to authorize the issue of a sum of money out of the Equalization Fund and its application towards the service of the year ending 30th June, 2017 and to appropriate that sum for certain public basic services and for connected purposes ENACTED by the Parliament of Kenya, as follows - This Act may be cited as the Equalization Fund Short title.

Appropriation Act, 2017 and shall come into force on the date of publication.

The Equalization Fund Secretariat may issue the Issue of I(Sh.

12,400,OW,000 sum of twelve billion, four hundred million, out of the out of the Equalization Fund and apply it towards the supply granted service for the service of the year ending on the 30th June, 2017.

of the year ending 30th June, 2017.

The sum granted by section 2 shall be deemed to Appropriation of the money granted.

have been appropriated as from 1st July, 2016 for the basic No.

18 of 2012.

services under Article 204 of the Constitution, the Public GN.

1711 of 2015.

Finance Management Act and the Equalization Fund Guidelines, 2015 for the counties specified in the first column of the schedule and for the several services specified in the second column of the Schedule, in the amounts specified in the third column of the Schedule.

92 No.

8 Equalization Fund Appropriation 2017 SCHEDULE (ss.

2 and 3) (1) (2) (3) Equalization Service Supply Secretariat! County Development Expenditure KSh.

Equalization The amount required in the year ending 30th June, Fund Secretariat 2017 for current expenses of the Equalization Fund 598,800,000 Secretariat for administrative expenses Sub-class total 598,800,000 Development Expenditure Garissa The amount required in the year ending 30th June, 2017 for development expenses for projects under the following sectors.

783,500,000 Water 360,980,000 Health facilities 35,000,000 Roads 317,520,000 Electricity 70,000,000 'I Isiolo The amount required in the year ending 30th June, 1 2017 for development expenses for projects under the following sectors.

746,900,000 Water 144,000,000 Roads 450,300,000 Health facilities 136,000,000 Electricity 16,600,000 Kilifi The amount required in the year ending 30th June, 2017 for development expenses for projects under the following sectors.

763,500,000 Water 381,267,859 Roads 205,410,713 Health facilities 109,071,428 Education 62,000,000 Electricity 5,750,000 93 2017 Equalization Fund Appropriation No.

8 SCHEDULE (ss.

2 and 3) (1) (2) (3) Equalization Service Supply Secretariat! County Development Expenditure KSh.

Kwale The amount required in the year ending 30th June, 2017 for development expenses for projects under the following sectors.

795,300,000 Water 280,000,000 Roads 332,475,000 Health facilities 10,825,000 Education 95,000,000 Electricity 77,000,000 Lamu The amount required in the year ending 30th June, 2017 for development expenses for projects under the following sectors.

722,200,000 Water 337,200,000 Roads 180,000,000 Heath facilities 145,000,000 Electricity 60,000,000 Mandera The amount required in the year ending 30th June, 2017 for development expenses for projects under the following sectors.

967,600,000 Water 470,000,000 Roads 300,000,000 Health facilities 170,600,000 Electricity 27,000,000 Marsabit The amount required in the year ending 30th June, 2017 for development expenses for projects under the following sectors.

886,200,000 Water 494,274,000 Roads 148,928,000 Health facilities 226,998,000 Electricity 16,000,000 Narok The amount required in the year ending 30th June, 2017 for development expenses for projects under the following sectors.

809,500,000 94 2017 No.

8 Equalization Fund Appropriation SCHEDULE (ss.

2 and 3) (1) (2) (3) Equalization Service Supply Secretariat! County Development Expenditure KSh.

Water 226,750,000 Roads 284,250,000 Health facilities 298,500,000 The amount required in the year ending 30th June, Samburu 2017 for development expenses for projects under the 869,700,000 following sectors.

Water 746,000,000 Roads 123,700,000 The amount required in the year ending 30th June, Taita Taveta 2017 for development expenses for projects under the.

751,700,000 following sectors Water 165,500,000 Roads 414,500,000 Health facilities 171,700,000 The amount required in the year ending 30th June, Tana River 2017 for development expenses for projects under the following sectors.

859,000,000 Water 654,000,000 Roads 130,000,000 Education 60,000,000 Electricity 15,000,000 The amount required in the year ending 30th June, Turkana 2017 for development expenses for projects under the 1,050,200,000.

following sectors Water 605,133,332 Roads 320,066,668 Health facilities 125,000,000 2017 Equalization Fund Appropriation No.

8 SCHEDULE (ss.

2 and 3) (1) (2) (3) Equalization Service Supply Secretariat! County Development Expenditure KSh.

Wajir The amount required in the year ending 30th June, 2017 for development expenses for projects under the following sectors.

929,800,000 Water 580,800,000 Health facilities 349,000,000 West Pokot The amount required in the year ending 30th June, 2017 for development expenses for projects under the following sectors.

866,100,000 Water 284,525,000 Roads 419,575,000 Health facilities 162,000,000 Sub-class total 11,801,200,000 Total 12,400,000,000.

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