MPs blame ministries on projects
SEE ALSO :Race to replace UK's May gets underwayEvaluation mechanisms Kitui Central MP Makali Mulu, who chairs a group working under the Parliamentary Caucus on Evidence-Informed Oversight and Decision-Making, said proper monitoring and evaluation mechanisms on public-funded projects would enable MPs to make decisions that put the country’s resources to better use. “Every year we approve the budget as Parliament, but we hardly get feedback on what has been done with the money. If there was evidence on what is done with the money, we would be able to make decisions on whether to increase or reduce allocation to a particular agency from a point of information,” he said. “The monitoring and evaluation policy has taken too long… other jurisdictions have ministries that are in charge of such functions.”
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