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Revenue performance

Table 3.14: Budget out turn for FY 2015/206

Revenue source Budget Supplementary estimates Revised estimates Est. actual (shs ‘000’) % Realization % contribution to budget
(shs ‘000’) (shs ‘000’) (shs ‘000’)
Local revenue 381,473 9,846 391,319 343,407 87.75632 0.91345536
Unconditional grant 7,924,746 1,681,852 4.473688551
Conditional grant 30,680,186 35,174,089 93.56228537
Donor funds 613,193 394,955 1.050570717
Total 39,599,868 9,846,000 391,319,000 37,594,302 87.8% 99.3%

Source: Finance Department 2016

From Table 3.14, it is shown that in 2015/2016 financial year reveals that the district budgeted for Shs.39, 599,868,000 and it realized Shs.336,185,323 ,36,198,927 and 394,954,733 from local revenue, Government grants and Donor respectively which represents a performance of 86 percent ,95 % and 44 % respectively. The central government finances the highest proportion (94%) of the district budget, while local revenue and donations contributes 0.9% percent and one percent respectively.