Increase participation in decision making processes by:
- Enhancing the capacity of health facility committees to comprehend their roles and responsibilities. This has enabled them to proactively make governance decisions for their respective facilities thereby strengthening community members’ representation in health sector decision making processes.
- Conducting budget literacy campaigns that include sensitizing community members on budget making process and avenues for engagement with national and county governments. As a result there is an increase in number of individuals and CSOs participating in budget making processes including pre-and post-budget hearing forums, submitting budget memorandums and proposals and analyzing budget estimates for each financial year. An increase in incorporation of individuals and CSOs demands into the national and county budgets is witnessed contributing to increased budget allocation and expenditure in health sector in each financial year.
- Build individuals and CSOs awareness and capacity in public expenditure tracking. This is achieved by fostering citizen’s access to policy and budget information, enabling collection and analysis of government budget and expenditure data for each financial year and disseminating budget tracking reports to government officers and policy makers for action and the public to garner support for change.