Annual Development Plan (ADP) for the period 2022/2023

Flag_of_Bomet_County Bomet County Annual Development Plan

The Division of Economic Planning in collaboration with all county departments prepared the Annual Development Plan (ADP) for the period 2022/2023. The plan meant to implement the fifth year of the County Integrated Development Plan 2018-2022. It has been prepared in line with the Kenya Vision 2030, the Constitution of Kenya 2010 and the Public Finance Management Act 2012. The ADP is divided into five chapters. Chapter 1 provides background description of the County. The chapter provides the relevant data in respect of location, size, demographic profiles as well as the administrative and political units of the county. The chapter also describes the socio-economic and infrastructural information relevant for county development planning. In addition, this chapter highlights the linkage with CIDP 2018-2022 and outlines the priorities for 2022/2023 and the strategies to address those priorities. The chapter concludes by describing the process that was undertaken in developing this ADP. Chapter 2. This chapter summarizes the progress that was made in the implementation of the previous ADP 2020/21. The chapter analyses the planned and actual budgets by county departments as well as analysis of capital and non-capital projects, and payments of grants, benefits and subsidies. In addition, it provides a summary of the key achievements that was realized in each county department during the financial year 2020/21. The chapter concludes by highlighting the main challenges faced by the county and lessons learnt during the implementation of ADP 2020/21. Chapter 3 presents each department's key statistics in the county, strategic priorities, programmes which includes sub-programmes and prioritized projects as indicated in the 5th year of the 2018- 2022 CIDP which is FY 2022/2023. This presentation is given in an indicative matrix-detailed programme provides overall outcomes, programme outputs and performance indicators. The chapter presents an analysis of capital and non-capital projects, and payments of grants, benefits and subsidies. It concludes by presenting stakeholder analysis and cross-sectoral impacts. In chapter 4, a summary of the proposed budget by sector/ sub sector and programme presented. Chapter 4 also provides a description of how the county government is responding to changes in the financial and economic environment. The chapter concludes by describing the risks, assumptions and mitigation measures. Chapter 5 presents the monitoring and evaluation framework that will be used to track progress in implementation of projects, policies and programmes in the financial year 2022/2023. The chapter details data collection, analysis and reporting mechanisms. Further, it gives the monitoring and evaluation indicators by sector and programme

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About Bomet County

Bomet County is in the former Rift Valley Province of Kenya. Its capital and largest town is Bomet. The county has a population of 730,129 and an area of 1,997.9 km².

  Web: www.bomet.go.ke