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Kaduna State, Nigeria

Participatory Budgeting (KAD0001)

Overview

At-a-Glance

Action Plan: Kaduna State National Action Plan 2018-2020

Action Plan Cycle: 2018

Status: Active

Institutions

Lead Institution: Permanent Secretary Budget and Planning Commission (Co- Chair TWO)/Aid Foundation (Co-Chair TWO)

Support Institution(s): Ministry of Finance, Media Office, Office of the State Auditors General State House of Assembly, Ministry Government of Women Affairs & Social Development, Ministry of Youth & Sports, Ministry of Rural & Community Development, State Bureau of Statistics, Office of the Accountant-General, Ministry of Works, Housing and Transport CSOs, Aid Foundation, ICOVAP, KAGORO YOUTH DEVT, FollowTaxes/Buidgit, DCDF, BREDPAC, NASF, CAPP, Private sector, NARAYI COMML NI I Y, LEAGUE OF DEMOCRATIC, YALI, PLAN AND BUDGET COMM., BkLDPAC, etc. CALPED, KAKAU DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY, ZDA, TRANPARENCIT, KADCCIMA.

Policy Areas

E-Government, Fiscal Transparency, Participation in Budget Processes, Public Participation, Subnational

IRM Review

IRM Report: Pending IRM Review

Starred: Pending IRM Review

Early Results: Pending IRM Review

Design i

Verifiable: Pending IRM Review

Relevant to OGP Values: Not Relevant

Potential Impact: Pending IRM Review

Implementation i

Completion: Pending IRM Review

Description

Commitment 1: Ensure more effective citizens' participation across the entire budget cycle.
Designation: Permanent Secretary Budget and Planning Commission (Co- Chair TWO)/Aid Foundation (Co-Chair TWO)
Email and Phone: jummaibako94@gmail.com 08029820804 / askbonet@gmail.com 08093'194427
Other Actors involve in implementation: Ministry of Finance, Media Office, Office of the State Auditors General State House of Assembly, Ministry
Government of Women Affairs & Social Development, Ministry of Youth & Sports, Ministry of Rural & Community Development, State Bureau of Statistics, Office of the Accountant-General, Ministry of Works, Housing and Transport
CSOs, Aid Foundation, ICOVAP, KAGORO YOUTH DEVT, FollowTaxes/Buidgit, DCDF, BREDPAC, NASF, CAPP,
Private sector, NARAYI COMML NI I Y, LEAGUE OF DEMOCRATIC, YALI, PLAN AND BUDGET COMM., BkLDPAC, etc. CALPED, KAKAU DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY, ZDA, TRANPARENCIT, KADCCIMA.
General problem/challenge addressed by the commitment: There exist low citizens' engagement and participation in the budget preparation, approval, implementation, and monitor¬ing and evaluation process. This results in citizens not having sufficient information and thus not being able to adequately relate with the projects in the budget and ultimately weakens accountability for resource allocations, and low level of trust and confidence in government.
Main Objective: To ensure that budget planning, approval, implementation, monitoring and reporting meet the needs of citizens and that citizens have open access to budget information in a format that is both human and machine readable and is available online and timely
Brief description of commitment: This commitment will ensure that citizens participate and make inputs into the budget process starting with the pre-bud-
get statement, and inclusion of community development charter (participatory budget and budgeting process) in the executive budget proposal, budget debate through public hearings in the legislature, implementation, monitoring and reporting of the budget, Budget information should also be made accessible to all and available on time.
Specific OGP challenge addressed by commitment: More robust citizens' participation in the planning and budget cycle will result in more effective management of public resources and improved public services and contribute to learning for improved budget performance,
Rationale for commitment: By making budget information available and accessible to all citizens in a timely manner and usable format, this commitment improves accountability on the part of Government, provides openness and transparency in the budget process and ensures that Citizens are engaged throughout the budget cycle thereby increasing trust in government, and governance process.
Start and end date: September 2018 - August 2020
Lead MDA/CSO: Planning and Budget Commission, Kaduna/Aid Foundation
Responsible persons: Jummai Balm/ Emmanuel Bonet
OPEN GOVERNMENT PARTNERSHIP
Expected Outcome/impact:
Improved management of public resources to provide essential services. Increased citizens' participation in budget processes, iii. Improved governance, transparency and accountability. iv, Increased citizens satisfaction in governance v. Improve citizens ownership of governance process
Performance Indicators:
i. Sensitization of MDAs and citizens on the Fiscal Responsibility _aw ii. Number of communities that submit their community development charters timely. iii. Number of community projects from the charters that informs the budget. Number of town hall meetings held with Government and number of community leaders who take part. v. A Bill on Community Development Charter drafted and tabled before the House of Assembly
Specific Activities/Milestones Start Date End date
1 Establishment of office for processing of community charter at the Planning and Budget Commission. Sep 2018 Dec 2018
2 Develop a framework for citizens to effectively prioritize their needs in their Community Development Charters Jan 2019 June 2019
3 Publish, publicise and distribute citizens guide and citizens budget to the citizens both online and offline. July 2019 March 2020
4 Timely response to reported project in the Monitoring and Implementation portal on budget implementation. June 2019 Aug 2020
Source of Funding: Kaduna State Government, CSOs and Development Partners