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The Government has released KSh146.20 per learner for Account I which has been deposited into respective schools’ accounts.

The utilization of the funds will be strictly as follows unless otherwise authorized by the relevant authority.

KSh.137.80 per learner has been released into respective school’ Account 2. The utilization of the funds will be strictly as follows unless otherwise authorized by the relevant authority.

County Directors of Education should ensure that this information is availed to all public primary schools’ head teachers in their jurisdiction immediately to enable them utilize the funds as outlined above.

SCDEs should receive acknowledgements from schools upon receipt of funds, prepare summaries of funds received by every school and forward the same to their respective CDES who will in turn forward the same to Director Primary Education within 2 weeks.

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SCDEs should also regularly monitor utilization of these funds in order to ensure strict adherence to the Ministry’s guidelines.

Headteachers are also advised that this disbursement and future disbursements will be done using data from NEMIS.

The headteachers should thus ensure that they regularly update their enrollment on NEMIS.

All Head teachers shall ensure that information on receipt of capitation grant is displayed on the school notice boards and the budget tabled and discussed in Board of Management( BOM) meetings

Belio R. Kipsang, CBS

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