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Equalization Fund Appropriation Act No 3of 2018 - as Plain Text by MWakili

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55 (Acts No.3) --\--/-- 11101 REPUBLIC OF KENYA KENYA GAZETTE SUPPLEMENT ACTS, 2018 NAIROBI, 7th May, 2018 CONTENT Act- PAGE The Equalization Fund Appropriation Act, 2018 .25 yR: R LL' iy2010 P Sc) 5E 3231FAX.274i4 IEL:2 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THE GOVERNMENT PRINTER, NAIROBI 25 THE EQUALIZATION FUND APPROPRIATION ACT, 2018 No.3 of 2018 Date of Assent: 4th April, 2018 Date of Commencement: 7th May, 2018 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, 2018 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, 2018 and shall come into force on the date of publication.

The Equalization Fund Secretariat may issue the Issue of Ksh.

11, sum of eleven billion, nine hundred and seventy-seven 97764,688 out million, seven Equalization Fund hundred and sixty-four thousand, six hundred and eighty-eight shillings, out of the Equalization Fund and apply it towards the supply granted for the 30th June, 2018.

service of the year ending on the 30th June, 2018.

The sum granted under section 2 shall be deemed to Appropriation of have been appropriated as from 1st July, 2017 for the basic the money services under Article 204(1) of the Constitution and as granted.

further provided for in the Public Finance Management Act, 2012 and the Equalization Fund Guidelines, 2015 for No.

18 of 2012.

the Equalization Fund Secretariat and counties specified in the first column of the Schedule and for the several services GN.171 1 of 2015.

specified in the second column of the Schedule, in the amounts specified in the third column of the Schedule.

(1) Notwithstanding the provisions of this Act, the The approval approval granted under section 2 shall continue in force 0t until all the projects in each county specified in the first projects in each column of the Schedule are completed and this Act shall be cou1tYfsPec1fed sufficient authority for the are ceoemn Controller of Budget to authorize withdrawal of funds from the Equalization Fund for the amounts specified in the third column of the Schedule for each county specified in the first column of the schedule, where the projects are implemented for a period beyond one financial year.

26 2018 No.3 Equalization Fund Appropriation (2) The approval by the Controller of Budget of a withdrawal from the Equalization Fund, together with written instructions from the National Treasury requesting for the withdrawal, is sufficient authority for the Central Bank of Kenya to pay amounts from the Equalization Fund Account in accordance with the approval and instructions.

27 2018 Equalization Fund Appropriation No.3 Equalization Fund Appropriations SCHEDULE (SS 2 and 3) (1) (2) (3) Equalization Service Supply Fund Secretariat ICounly Recurrent Expenditure KSh.

Equalization The amount required in the year ending Fund Secretariat 30th June, 2018 for Equalization Fund Secretariat expenses for Fund the Secretariat.

428,162,930.40 Sub-class total 428,162,930.40 Development Expenditure KSh.

Garissa The amount required in the year ending 30th June, 2018 for development expenses for projects under following the sectors 685,683,894 water 263,163,894 health 35,000,000 roads 317,520,000 Energy 70,000,000 Isiolo The amount required in the year ending 30th June, 2018 for development expenses for projects under the following sectors 696,900,000 water 94,000,000 roads 450,300,000 health 136,000,000 Energy 16,600,000 (ilifi The amount required in the year ending 30th June, 2018 for development expenses for projects under the following sectors 763,500,000 water 0 393,518,519 roads 181,721,610 health 120,259,871 education 62,000,000 Energy 6,000,000 28 No.3 Equalization Fund Appropriation 2018 SCHEDULE (SS 2 and 3) (1) (2) (3) Equalization Service Supply Fund Secretariat ICounty Kwale The amount required in the year ending 30th June, 2018 for development expenses for projects under the following sectors 795,300,000 water 295,000,000 roads 317,475,000 health 10,825,000 education 95,000,000 energy 77,000,000 Lamu The amount required in the year ending 30th June, 2018 for development expenses for projects under the following sectors 722,200,000 water 340,404,300 Roads 178,805,300 Health 142,990,000 Energy 60,000,000 Mandera The amount required in the year ending 30th June, 2018 for development expenses for under projects the following sectors 967,600,000 water 470,000,000 roads 300,000,000 health 170,600,000 Energy 27,000,000 Marsabit The amount required in the year ending 30th June, 2018 for development expenses for projects under the following sectors 886,200,000 water 494,274,000 roads 148,928,000 health 226,998,000 Energy 16,000,000 29 2018 Equalization Fund Appropriation No.3 SCHEDULE (SS 2 and 3) (1) (2) (3) Equalization Service Supply Fund Secretariat - /County Narok The amount required in the year ending 30th June, 2018 for development expenses following for projects under the sectors.

809,500,000 water 226,750,000 roads 270,904,145 health 311,845,855 Samburu The amount required in the year ending 30th June, 2018 for development expenses under the following for projects sectors 865,917,863 water 754,117,863 roads 111,800,000 Taita Taveta The amount required in the year ending 30th June, 2018 for development expenses following for projects under the sectors 751,700,000 water 165,500,000 roads 414,500,000 health 171,700,000 Tana River The amount required in the year ending 30th June, 2018 for development expenses projects under the following for sectors 859,000,000.60 water 655,000,000 roads 129,000,000.60 education 60,000,000 Energy 15,000,000 Turkana The amount required in the year ending 30th June, 2018 for development expenses under the following for projects sectors 1,050,200,000 a.

water 605,133,332 30 2018 No.3 Equalization Fund Appropriation SCHEDULE (SS 2 and 3) (1) (2) (3) Equalization Service Supply Fund Secretariat ICounty Roads 320,066,668 health 125,000,000 Wajir The amount required in the year ending 30th June, 2018 for development expenses under the following for projects sectors 929,800,000 roads 80,000,000 water 500,800,000 health 349,000,000 West Pokot The amount required in the year ending 30th June, 2018 for development expenses for projects under the following sectors 766,100,000 water 184,525,000 roads 417,575,000 health 164,000,000 'ub-class total 11,549,601,757.60 TOTAL KShs.

11,977,764,688.

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