This video details the use of social budgeting and auditing by MUHURI (Muslims for Human Rights) in Kenya.
Click Here to read a detailed profile on the Social Budgeting work of the Collaborative Centre for Gender and Development in Kenya.
Social Budgeting: Investing in Kenya's Future summarises reports prepared to conceptualise and implement the initiative, including the concept of dual budgeting and research and analysis carried out at the district and national levels. It is meant to provide conceptual guidance to countries that wish to design and undertake similar exercises.
The paper Social Budgeting in Kenya contends that budgeting allocations are not independent of budgeting processes, and urges that institutions for participatory budget preparation be established.
Child Poverty in Mozambique and Budgetary Allocations examines the situation of childhood poverty in Mozambique by using a deprivations-based measure of childhood poverty (as opposed to the official consumption-based measure) and asks whether budgetary allocations by the Government of Mozambique are favourable to reducing childhood poverty.