Summary of all the millions and billions in Kenya’s 2020/2021 Budget Speech

These are all the millions and billions that were mentioned during the 2020/2021 budget speech.

Shs. 35 billion released to commercial banks for flexibility on loan classification and provisioning.

Shs. 360 billion worth of loans restructured by banks

Shs. 190 billion personal loans restructured by banks

Shs. 13.1 billion provided to ministries for settling pending bills

Shs. 10 billion provided for refunding VAT claims.

Shs. 10 billion provided for boosting cash transfer programme

Shs. 1 billion provided for recruiting health workers

Shs. 400 million provided for food and non-food commodities for households.

Shs. 78.3 billion received from IMF under Rapid Credit Facility

Shs. 108 billion received from World Bank under second Development Policy Operation

Shs. 6.8 billion received from World Bank for COVID-19 response

Shs. 22.5 billion received from African Development Bank as a concessional loan

Shs. 7.5 billion received from EU inform of grants.

Shs. 56.6 billion set aside to cater for various thematic areas of the 8 point stimulus programme

Shs. 5 billion for rehabilitation of damaged access roads and foot bridges

Shs. 10 billion for Kazi Mtaani Pogramme targeting to employ 200,000 youths.

Shs. 7.4 billion for improving education outcome (Shs. 2.1 billion for additional classrooms in secondary schools, Shs. 1.9 billion for desks, shs 700 million for capitation, shs 2.4 billion for recruiting 10,000 intern teachers, and Shs. 300 million for recruiting 1,000 ICT interns to support digital learning).

Shs. 3 billion seed capital to operationalize the Credit Guarantee Scheme for provision of affordable credit.

Shs. 1.2 billion for recruitment of 5,000 healthcare workers.

Shs. 500 million to supply 20,000 beds and bedding to public hospitals.

Shs. 25 million to support establishment of 50 modern walk through sanitizers at border points and hospitals.

Shs. 3 billion to subsidize farm inputs targeting 200,000 small scale farmers.

Shs. 3.4 billion for expanded community household irrigation.

Shs. 1.5 billion to assist flowers and horticultural farms to access International markets.

Shs. 3 billion to support renovation of facilities and restructuring of business operations by actors in the tourism industry.

Shs. 2 billion as grants for 160 Community Conservancies and support to KWS to engage 5,500 community scouts for one year.

Shs. 1 billion to support flood control using local labor.

Shs. 850 million for rehabilitation of wells, water pans and underground tanks in ASAL areas

Shs. 540 million to enhance tree planting programmes.

Shs. 600 million to purchase locally assembled vehicles.

Shs. 712 million to provide credit to targeted SMEs in the manufacturing sector.

Shs. 2 billion raised by Kenya Mortgage Refinance Company (KMRC).

Shs. 35 billion raised by Treasury through development partners for KMRC.

Shs. 172 billion, the amount it will cost the government as a result of lowering tax rates.

Shs. 535 billion, the amount of revenue foregone in 2018 as a result of tax incentives/exemptions.

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Shs 1.89 trillion, the revenue the government targets to raise in the FY 2020/2021

Shs 1.63 trillion, the amount of ordinary revenue the government targets to raise in FY 2020/2021

Shs. 2.79 trillion, the total amount the government targets to spend in FY 2020/2021.

Shs. 1.82 trillion, the amount of recurrent expenditure the government plans to incur.

Shs. 633.1 billion, money to be used for ministerial development and capital transfers to counties.

Shs. 840.6 billion, current fiscal deficit, which is 7.5 percent of GDP.

Shs. 842.7 billion, previous fiscal deficit, which was 8.3 percent of GDP.

Shs. 768.8 billion, fiscal deficit that the country is projected to have in 2021/2022 FY.

Shs. 570.4 billion, the projected fiscal deficit in the FY 2022/2023.

Shs. 347 billion, net external borrowing to bridge current fiscal deficit.

Shs. 493.4 billion, domestic borrowing to bridge current fiscal deficit.

Shs. 627 million, net domestic repayments to be made this FY.

Shs. 200 billion, amount the government targets to raise through Public Private Partnerships

Shs. 128.3 billion set aside for the Big Four Agenda.

Shs 111.7 billion allocated to the health sector.

Shs. 50.3 billion of the health sector budget set for attainment of Universal Health Coverage.

Shs. 19.2 billion set to handle HIV, Malaria and TB cases.

Shs. 6.2 billion for the managed equipment services.

Shs. 5.3 billion to transform the health care systems for Universal Health Coverage

Shs. 4.1 billion to cater for free maternity health care

Shs. 1.8 billion to provide medial cover for elderly and severely disabled in society.

Shs. 15 billion for Kenyatta National Hospital

Shs. 10 billion for Moi Teach and Referral Hospital

Shs. 7.2 billion for Kenya Medical Training Centers

Shs. 2.5 billion for Kenya Medical Research Institute

Shs. 1.2 billion for Mathari Hospital

Shs. 4.3 billion as conditional grant to level 5 hospitals in the counties.

Shs. 15.5 billion allocated to the housing, urban development and public works sector.

Shs. 6.9 billion will cater for the Affordable housing programme

Shs. 3.6 billion from the African Development Bank

Shs. 7.5 billion for the Kenya Urban Program

Shs. 1.1 billion for the ongoing constitution of Gikomba, Githurai, Chaka, Kamukunji and Dagoretti markets.

Shs. 18.3 billion allocated to Manufacturing.

Shs. 1.4 billion allocated to Kenya Industry and Entrepreneurship Project

Shs. 3.6 billion for the development of Special Economic Zone Textile Park

Shs. 843 million for modernization of RIVATEX

Shs. 800 million for the development of Micro and SMEs in Kenya

Shs. 715 million for Kenya Youth Empowerment and Opportunities Project

Shs. 500 million to support dairy processing.

Shs. 3 billion for Dongo Kundu Special Economic Zone.

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Shs. 52.8 billion set aside for Food and Nutrition Security.

Shs. 10.6 billion for Kenya Climate Smart Agriculture Project

Shs. 5.5 billion for the National Agriculture and Rural Inclusivity Project

Shs. 4.1 billion for Kenya Cereal Enhancement Programme

Shs. 730 million for the Food Security and Crop Diversification Project

Shs. 10 billion for irrigation and land reclamation.

Shs. 1.4 billion to support small irrigation and value addition.

Shs. 1.3 billion to enhance pastoral communities.

Shs. 1.1 billion to enhance drought resilience and sustainable livelihood.

Shs. 1.6 billion to support processing and registration of title deeds.

Shs. 500 million to advance agricultural loans through AFC.

Shs. 172.4 billion allocated for investing in critical infrastructure.

Shs. 18.1 billion for SGR Phase II (Nairobi-Naivasha)

Shs. 6 billion for the LAPSSET Project

Shs. 328 million for insurance of ferries for the Likoni channel.

Shs. 63.3 billion for generation of affordable energy.

Shs. 50.8 billion for transmission and distribution of power

Shs. 9.3 billion for development of geothermal energy

Shs. 6.8 billion for electrification of public institutions

Shs. 900 million for provision of transformers in constituencies, nuclear energy, and coal.

Shs. 167.9 billion set aside for security: Defence, NIS, etc.

Shs. 3.4 billion for medical insurance.

Shs. 2.2 billion for group personal insurance for the National Police and Prisons services

Shs 1.0 billion for the National Integrated Identity Management System (NIIMS).

Shs. 497.7 billion allocated to Education sector.

Shs 59.4 billion to cater for free Day Secondary Education Programme

Shs. 12.4 billion for Free Primary Education Programme.

Shs. 2 billion for recruitment of 5,000 teachers.

Shs. 1.8 billion for school feeding programme.

Shs. 6.3 billion for the construction and equipping technical institutions and vocational training centers.

Shs. 4 billion for examination fee waiver for all class eight and for four candidates

Shs. 800 million for the digital literacy programme and CBC.

Shs. 323 million for National Research Fund.

Shs. 94.9 billion to support University Education.

Shs. 16.8 billion to the Higher Education Loans board.

Shs. 17.6 billion for cash transfers to the elderly.

Shs. 7.9 billion for orphans and vulnerable children.

Shs. 1.1 billion for cash transfers to persons with disabilities.

Shs. 4.3 billion for the Kenya Hunger Safety Net Programme.

Shs. 2.5 billion for the Kenya Social Economic Inclusion Project.

Shs. 3.5 billion for Kenya Development Response to the Displacement Impact Project.

Shs. 400 million for the National Development Fund for PWDs.

Shs. 720 million for purchase of a building for PWDs.

Shs. 41. 7 billion for CDF.

Shs. 2.1 billion for the Affirmative Action Fund.

Shs. 6.8 billion for the Equalization to finance programmes in marginalized areas.

Shs. 10.2 billion to the NYS.

Shs. 2.1 billion for the Kenya Youth Empowerment Project.

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Shs. 359 million to the Youth Enterprise Development Fund.

Shs. 82 million to the Youth Employment and Enterprise Fund (Uwezo Fund).

Shs. 150 million to the Women Enterprise Fund.

Shs. 14.9 billion to initiatives in ICT.

Shs. 400 million for Government Shared Services.

Shs. 800 million for the Digital Literacy Programme.

Shs. 1.2 billion for rehabilitation of the National Optic Fibre Backbone Phase II Expansion Cable.

Shs. 6.3 billion for the Horizontal Infrastructure Phase I for Konza.

Shs. 400 million for the ongoing construction of Konza Technopolis Complex Phase 1B.

Shs. 5.1 billion for Konza Data Center & Smart City Facilities project.

Shs. 82.7 billion set aside to support environment and water conservation.

Shs. 42.6 billion for development of water and sewerage infrastructure.

Shs. 10.9 billion for the management of water resources

Shs. 8.6 billion to support water storage and flood control.

Shs. 500 million for construction of Koru/Soin dam

Shs. 1.3 billion for water harvesting and storage for irrigation.

Shs. 10.9 billion for forest and water tower conservation.

Shs. 10 billion for irrigation and land reclamation.

Shs. 10.8 billion for wildlife conservation and management.

Shs. 2.7 billion for environmental management and protection.

Shs. 1.6 billion for meteorological service.

Shs. 100 million for Locally Led Climate Action Programme to deliver climate finance.

Shs. 3.1 billion to Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission

Shs. 3.1 billion to Director of Public Prosecution.

Shs. 149 million to Unclaimed Financial Assets Authority.

Shs. 158 million for Asset Recovery Agency

Shs. 616.1 million for the Financial Reporting Center

Shs. 7.9 billion for the Criminal Investigations Services

Shs 5.2 billion for the office of Auditor General.

Shs. 37.3 billion allocated to Parliament.

Shs. 18.1 billion allocated to Judiciary.

Shs. 369.9 billion allocated to the counties.

Shs. 316.5 billion equitable share for the counties.

Shs. 13.7 billion as additional conditional allocations from the National Government

Shs. 30.2 billion being external loans and grants

Shs. 9.4 billion from the Roads Maintenance Levy Fund.

Shs. 26.4 billion for the Nairobi Metropolitan services to facilitate transfer of functions to National Government.

Shs. 15.98 billion from Nairobi City County’s equitable revenue share.

Shs. 660 million as additional conditional allocations

Shs. 9.78 billion from County’s revenue sources.

Shs. 1.5 billion from equitable share allocated to Mukuru Renewal Project.

Shs. 36.7 billion, the total pending bills that had been settled as of May 2020.

Shs. 38.8 billion, amount to be generated from proposed taxes in the Finance Bill, 2020.

Shs. 10 million, the maximum earning for individuals taxed at 10% rate for rental income.

Shs. 15 million, the new maximum earning for the 10% rent taxation.

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