Welcome to the data Visualizations Section. We are currently importing all County Visualizations that focus on the following:
- Budget allocations across key departments such as healthcare, education, WASH and social services
- Number of PWDs accessing County Tenders
Why Visualize Data?
We want to tell accurate stories on how Citizens are participating in County Governance. This will help us understand the extent of involvement, particularly for Persons with Disabilities. Data visualization is a graphical representation of information and data. By using visual elements like charts, graphs, and maps, data visualization tools provide an accessible way to see and understand trends, outliers, and patterns in data.
What are the Challenges?
- Lack of data. Even where data is available, it is poorly organized.
- Low knowledge among Citizens and how they can use data to improve their quality of participation
About this Page
Currently, the Public Participation Data Visualizations are available at Agency for Disability and Development's internal portal. We are migrating this into this portal to create a unified public participation portal that is informative and with real-time visualizations. These visualizations shall dissect County Budgets and showcase how counties are allocation resources. The budgets are broken down into departments and sub-departments. Budgets that specifically target PWDs shall be tagged. Projects (these consume budgets) shall include basic information in relation to accessibility, documentation and how PWDs were involved in the budgeting and planning process.
For the period under review, the term disability or disabled does not appear in the Nairobi County Budget in 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 budget.