List Of All CDF Allocation per Constituency in Kenya 2024: A Comprehensive Guide

Explore the transformative power of CDF Allocation per Constituency in Kenya 2024 for equitable community development.

Feb 10, 2024 - 13:46
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List Of All CDF Allocation per Constituency in Kenya 2024: A Comprehensive Guide
List Of All CDF Allocation per Constituency in Kenya 2024: A Comprehensive Guide

The Constituency Development Fund (CDF) has been a cornerstone of Kenya's approach to grassroots development since its inception in 2003. Designed to support constituency-level, grassroots development projects, the CDF aims at equitable distribution of development resources across regions, combatting the imbalances in regional development brought about by partisan politics​​.

In 2024, the landscape of CDF allocation in Kenya is poised for significant discussions, with proposals suggesting changes in the allocation formula to ensure more equitable and needs-based distribution of funds​​. The importance of this allocation cannot be overstated, as it directly impacts the ability of constituencies to address their unique development challenges. From building infrastructure to enhancing education and healthcare services, the CDF has been pivotal in transforming lives in the remotest corners of the country. As such, understanding the nuances of the 2024 CDF allocation is essential for stakeholders at all levels.

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Understanding CDF Allocation in Kenya

The Constituency Development Fund (CDF) in Kenya is a pivotal mechanism for ensuring that development touches the grassroot levels of society. Initiated in 2003, the CDF's primary objective has been to address the glaring imbalances in regional development, which were largely influenced by partisan politics. This fund has been instrumental in the equitable distribution of development resources across the 290 constituencies in Kenya, thus enabling regions that were once considered marginalized to start witnessing significant improvements in infrastructure, education, health, and more​​.

History and Purpose of CDF

The genesis of the Constituency Development Fund dates back to the early 2000s, with the CDF Act 2003 marking its formal inception. This legislative framework was established with the aim of dedicating at least 2.5% of the government's ordinary revenue to constituency-level development projects. The idea was not just to decentralize development but to ensure that every constituency, regardless of its political or economic significance, received a fair share of the national pie for local projects​​. The act was a response to the need for an equitable approach to development, one that could bridge the gap between the developed and less developed areas of the country.

Allocation Process and Criteria

Originally, the allocation process for the CDF was relatively straightforward, with each of the 290 constituencies receiving a flat rate. However, recent discussions and proposals suggest a shift towards a more nuanced formula. This new proposal aims to consider factors such as population size, land area, healthcare needs, and road infrastructure, ensuring that funds are distributed more equitably and according to the specific needs of a constituency​​. This shift underscores a growing recognition of the diverse challenges faced by different constituencies and the need for a more targeted approach to resource allocation.

2024 Allocation Figures and Increases

For the year 2024, there is a significant focus on the CDF allocation figures, given the critical role these funds play in local development. Recent reports have highlighted an increase in the overall CDF kitty, a move that has been widely celebrated by lawmakers. This increase is part of a broader strategy to empower constituencies to undertake more ambitious projects that can have a transformative impact on the lives of their residents​​. The exact figures for the 2024 allocation have yet to be finalized, but the trend suggests a growing commitment to strengthening the fund's capacity to drive development at the constituency level.

Impact of CDF on Constituencies

The scope of projects funded by the CDF is broad, covering critical sectors such as infrastructure, education, and healthcare. Infrastructure projects have seen the construction and rehabilitation of roads, bridges, and public facilities, directly contributing to improved accessibility and economic activity within constituencies. In the education sector, CDF allocations have facilitated the construction of classrooms, libraries, and laboratories, significantly enhancing the learning environment for students. Healthcare improvements have included the construction and equipping of health centers and clinics, which have been pivotal in improving access to medical services, especially in remote areas​​.

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CDF allocation per constituency in Kenya

1. Changamwe – 137 million

2. Jomvu - 131.3 million

3. Kisauni - 158.8 million

4. Nyali - 145 million

5. Likoni - 145 million

6. Mvita - 145 million

7. Msambweni - 138.2 million

8. LungaLunga - 138.2 million

9. Matuga - 145 million

10. Kinango - 158.8 million

11. Kilifi-North - 158.8 million

12. Kilifi-South - 145 million

13. Kaloleni - 138.2 million

14. Rabai - 138.2 million

15. Ganze - 138.2 million

16. Malindi - 145 million

17. Magarini - 151.9 million

18. Garsen - 151.9 million

19. Galole - 138.2 million

20. Bura - 145 million

21. Lamu-East - 131.3 million

22. Lamu-West - 158.8 million

23. Taveta - 145 million

24. Wundanyi - 138.2 million

25. Mwatate - 145 million

26. Voi - 151.9 million

27. Garissa-Township - 138.2 million

28. Balambala - 145 million

29. Lagdera - 151.9 million

30. Dadaab - 151.9 million

31. Fafi - 145 million

32. Ijara - 138.2 million

33. Wajir-North - 158.8 million

34. Wajir-East - 138.2 million

35. Tarbaj - 138.2 million

36. Wajir-West - 138.2 million

37. Elda - 138.2 million

38. Wajir-South - 158.8 million

39. Mandera-West - 145 million

40. Banisa - 145 million

41. Mandera-North - 145 million

42. Mandera-South - 145 million

43. Mandera-East - 145 million

44. Lafey - 145 million

45. Moyale - 158.8 million

46. North-Horr - 145 million

47. Saku - 131.3 million

48. Laisamis - 145 million

49. Isiolo-North - 158.8 million

50. Isiolo-South - 131.3 million

51. Igembe-South - 145 million

52. Igembe-Central - 145 million

53. Igembe-North - 145 million

54. Tigania-West - 145 million

55. Tigania-East - 145 million

56. North-Imenti - 145 million

57. Buuri - 145 million

58. Central-Imenti - 138.2 million

59. South-Imenti - 151.9 million

60. Maara - 145 million

61. Chuka-Igambangombe - 137 million

62. Tharaka - 145 million

63. Manyatta - 151.9 million

64. Runyenjes - 151.9 million

65. Mbeere-South - 145 million

66. Mbeere-North - 131.3 million

67. Mwingi-North - 145 million

68. Mwingi-West - 138.2 million

69. Mwingi-Central - 151.9 million

70. Kitui-West - 138.2 million

71. Kitui-Rural - 138.2 million

72. Kitui-Central - 145 million

73. Kitui-East - 151.9 million

74. Kitui-South - 151.9 million

75. Masinga - 145 million

76. Yatta - 145 million

77. Kangundo - 138.2 million

78. Matungulu - 145 million

79. Kathiani - 138.2 million

80. Mavoko - 138.2 million

81. Machakos-Town - 158.8 million

82. Mwala - 151.9 million

83. Mbooni - 151.9 million

84. Kilome - 131.3 million

85. Kaiti - 138.2 million

86. Makueni - 158.8 million

87. Kibwezi-West - 151.9 million

88. Kibwezi-East - 138.2 million

89. Kinangop - 165.7 million

90. Kipipiri - 138.2 million

91. Olkalou - 145 million

92. OlJoro-Orok - 138.2 million

93. Ndaragwa - 138.2 million

94. Tetu - 131.3 million

95. Kieni - 165.7 million

96. Mathira - 151.9 million

97. Othaya - 138.2 million

98. Mukurweini - 138.2 million

99. Nyeri-Town - 145 million

100. Mwea - 165.7 million

101. Githugu - 145 million

102. Ndia - 131.3 million

103. Kirinyaga-Central - 138.2 million

104. Kangema - 131.3 million

105. Mathioya - 131.3 million

106. Kiharu - 151.9 million

107. Kigumo - 145 million

108. Maragua - 151.9 million

109. Kandara - 151.9 million

110. Gatanga - 151.9 million

111. Gatundu-South - 138.2 million

112. Gatundu-North - 138.2 million

113. Juja - 145 million

114. Thika-Town - 145 million

115. Ruiru - 165.7 million

116. Githunguri - 145 million

117. Kiambu-Town - 138.2 million

118. Kiambaa - 145 million

119. Kabete - 145 million

120. Kikuyu - 145 million

121. Limuru - 145 million

122. Lari - 145 million

123. Turkana-North - 151.9 million

124. Turkana-West - 158.8 million

125. Turkana-Central - 145 million

126. Loima - 138.2 million

127. Turkana-South - 145 million

128. Turkana-East - 131.3 million

129. Kapenguria - 151.9 million

130. Sigor - 138.2 million

131. Kacheliba - 151.9 million

132. Pokot-South - 138.2 million

133. Samburu-West - 145 million

134. Samburu-North - 151.9 million

135. Samburu-East - 138.2 million

136. Kwanza - 138.2 million

137. Endebes - 131.3 million

138. Saboti - 145 million

139. Kiminini - 151.9 million

140. Cherangany - 158.8 million

141. Soy - 158.8 million

142. Turbo - 151.9 million

143. Moiben - 145 million

144. Ainabkoi - 131.3 million

145. Kapseret - 145 million

146. Kesses - 138.2 million

147. Marakwet- East - 138.2 million

148. Marakwet- West - 151.9 million

149. Keiyo- North - 138.2 million

150. Keiyo- South - 151.9 million

151. Tinderet - 138.2 million

152. Aldai - 151.9 million

153. Nandi-Hills - 138.2 million

154. Chesumei - 145 million

155. Emgwen - 138.2

156. Mosop - 158.8 million

157. Tiaty - 158.8 million

158. Baringo-North - 145 million

159. Baringo-Central - 145 million

160. Baringo-South - 138.2 million

161. Mogotio - 131.3 million

162. Eldama-Ravine - 151.9 million

163. Laikipia-West - 151.9 million

164. Laikipia-East - 145 million

165. Laikipia-North - 138.2 million

166. Molo - 138.2 million

167. Njoro - 151.9 million

168. Naivasha - 165.7 million

169. Gilgil - 145 million

170. Kuresoi-South - 138.2 million

171. Kuresoi-North - 138.2 million

172. Subukia - 131.3 million

173. Rongai - 145 million

174. Bahati - 145 million

175. NakuruTown-West - 151.9 million

176. NakuruTown-East - 145 million

177. Kilgoris - 151.9 million

178. Emuria-Dikirr - 138.2 million

179. Narok-North - 151.9 million

180. Narok -East - 138.2 million

181. Narok-South - 151.9 million

182. Narok -West - 138.2 million

183. Kajiado-North - 145 million

184. Kajiado-Central - 145 million

185. Kajiado-East - 145 million

186. Kajiado-West - 145 million

187. Kajiado-South - 145 million

188. Kipkelion-East - 138.2 million

189. Kipkelion-West - 138.2 million

190. Ainamoi - 151.9 million

191. Bureti - 158.8 million

192. Belgut - 145 million

193. Soin - 138.2 million

194. Sotik - 145 million

195. Chepalungu - 145 million

196. Bomet-East - 145 million

197. Bomet-Central - 145 million

198. Konoin - 145 million

199. Lugari - 151.9 million

200. Likuyani - 145 million

201. Malava - 158.8 million

202. Lurambi - 151.9 million

203. Navakholo - 145 million

204. Mumias-West - 138.2 million

205. Mumias-East - 131.3 million

206. Matungu - 145 million

207. Butere - 145 million

208. Khwisero - 138.2 million

209. Shinyalu - 151.9 million

210. Ikolomani - 138.2 million

211. Vihiga - 138.2 million

212. Sabatia - 151.9 million

213. Hamisi - 158.8 million

214. Luanda - 145 million

215. Emuhaya - 131.3 million

216. Mt. Elgon -151.9 million

217. Sirisia - 131.3 million

218. Kabuchai - 138.2 million

219. Bumula - 158.8 million

220. Kanduyi - 165.7 million

221. Webuye-East - 131.3 million

222. Webuye-West - 138.2 million

223. Kimilili - 138.2 million

224. Tongaren - 151.9 million

225. Teso-North - 151.9 million

226. Teso-South - 151.9 million

227. Nambale - 138.2 million

228. Matayos - 145 million

229. Batula - 151.9 million

230. Funyula - 138.2 million

231. Budalangi - 138.2 million

232. Ugenya - 138.2 million

233. Ugunja - 131.3 million

234. Alego-Usonga - 151.9 million

235. Gem - 151.9 million

236. Bondo - 151.9 million

237. Rarieda - 145 million

238. Kisumu-East - 145 million

239. Kisumu-West - 145 million

240. Kisumu-Central - 151.9 million

241. Seme - 138.2 million

242. Nyando - 145 million

243. Muhoroni - 145 million

244. Nyakach - 145 million

245. Kasipul - 145 million

246. Kabondo-Kasipul - 138 million

247. Karachuonyo -158.8 million

248. Rangwe -138.2 million

249. Homabay -Town - 138.2 million

250. Ndhiwa - 158.8 million

251. Suba-North - 145 million

252. Suba-South - 138.2 million

253. Rongo - 138.2 million

254. Awendo - 138.2 million

255. Suna-East - 138.2 million

256. Suna-West - 138.2 million

257. Uriri - 145 million

258. Nyatike - 158.8 million

259. Kuria-West - 158.8 million

260. Kuria-East - 145 million

261. Bonchari - 138.2 million

262. South-Mugirango - 151.9 million

263. Bomachoge-Borabu - 138.2 million

264. Bobasi - 165.7 million

265. Bomachoge-Chache - 131.3 million

266. Nyaribari-Masaba - 145 million

267. Nyaribari-Chache - 151.9 million

268. KitutuChache-North - 138.2 million

269. KitutuChache-South - 145 million

270. Kitutu-Masaba - 151.9 million

271. West-Mugirango - 145 million

272. North-Mugirango - 145 million

273. Borabu - 138.2 million

274. Westlands - 145 million

275. Dagoretti-North - 145 million

276. Dagoretti-South - 145 million

277. Langata - 145 million

278. Kibra - 145 million

279. Roysambu - 145 million

280. Kasarani - 145 million

281. Ruaraka - 145 million

282. Embakasi-South - 145 million

283. Embakasi-North - 145 million

284. Embakasi-Central - 145 million

285. Embakasi-East - 145 million

286. Embakasi-West - 138.2 million

287. Makadara - 138.2 million

288. Kamukunji - 145 million

289. Starehe - 151.9 million

290. Mathare - 151.9 million

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Concluding Thoughts

The Constituency Development Fund (CDF) represents a cornerstone in Kenya's approach to achieving equitable development across its constituencies. As we look towards the 2024 allocations, it's clear that the fund continues to evolve, with proposals aimed at enhancing its impact through more targeted and needs-based distribution of resources. While challenges and controversies have surfaced, particularly regarding fund management and allocation formulas, the potential of the CDF to transform communities and foster sustainable development remains immense.

In conclusion, the CDF allocation per constituency in Kenya for the year 2024 is more than just a financial figure; it's a beacon of hope for equitable development and a testament to the government's commitment to reaching every corner of the nation. As Kenya continues on its development trajectory, the CDF stands as a key pillar in the country's development strategy, ensuring that no constituency is left behind.

Joseph Richard Richard is a distinguished contributor to sledge.co.ke, where he leverages his extensive background in finance, business, and technology to provide insightful guides and analyses. With over a decade of experience in Kenya's dynamic market, Joseph has become a trusted voice in helping individuals navigate complex topics with ease. His work, recognized for its clarity and reliability, spans critical reviews, educational content, and comprehensive guides on making informed decisions in finance and business. Joseph's commitment to empowering Kenyans through accessible information underscores his reputation as a dependable and authoritative figure in the industry