KEY ACHIEVEMENTS OF THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT CONSTITUENCIES DEVELOPMENT FUND (NG-CDF) IN THE LAST FIVE FINANCIAL YEARS
(2017/2018 T0 2021/2022)
The Fund made significant contribution to both Education and Security sectors in the last five financial years (i.e., from 2017/18 financial year to 2021/22 financial year).
Within this period, the Fund implemented a number of projects and programmes in the two sectors.
About 6 million students benefited from the NG-CDF bursary programme which was allocated a cumulative of Kshs.57 billion over
the last 5 years.
Infrastructural development in Secondary and Primary Schools
The Fund financed construction of a number of learning facilities in both secondary and primary schools across the nation over the last five years.
These include: –
- Construction of 24,020 new classrooms, thereby, creating an estimated capacity for 1,080,900 students.
- Construction of 1,156 new dormitories with a cumulative capacity of 138,732 students.
- Construction of 3,288 new administration blocks
- Construction of 131 new libraries
- Construction and equipping of 1,397 new laboratories
- Construction of 19,400 new pit latrines (toilets)
- Construction of 833 new dining halls
- Construction of 876 new staff houses
- Purchase of 961 new buses
Infrastructural development in Kenya Medical Training Colleges
NG-CDF implemented the following projects in various Kenya Medical Training Colleges across the country over the last 5 years: –
- Construction of new 190 lecture halls
- Construction of 67 new administration block.
- Infrastructural development in Tertiary Training Institutions
- Other tertiary institutions such as Technical Training Institutes, vocational training institutions among others also benefited from the NG-CDF in the past five years.
- During this period, the Fund implemented the following projects in various tertiary institutions: –
- Construction of 10 lecture halls
- Construction of 74 administration blocks.
Some of the projects implemented by the NG-CDF from 2017/18 to 2021/22 financial year in the security sector include: –
- Construction of 193 new National Government Administration Offices at the sub-county level
- Construction of 2,102 new chief’s/assistant chief’s offices and camps
- Construction of 1,091 new police offices.
- Construction of 350 new staff (police) houses
- Construction of 2,512 new pit latrines/toilets in security facilities.
SECTORAL ALLOCATION 2017/2018 – 2021/2022 FINANCIAL YEARS
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