Development of a sub-national revenue management economic model for Turkana county

Client: Turkana County and Oxfam

Year: 2020

Based on Oxfam’s long term commitment to finding solutions to poverty and inequality in Kenya, the organization has been implementing programmes on natural resources. Oxfam sees an opportunity for subnational oil revenue to transform the lives of the Turkana community if it is optimally managed.

EGCL undertook a through in-depth evaluation of the impact of possible subnational revenue allocation on the county’s development indices e.g. health, education, social protection (women, youth and disadvantaged groups) and infrastructure development using an economic model. The project’s deliverable was comprehensive report that was used to support and inform Oxfam’s objectives.