Revenue Enhancement Planning & Management for Effective Local Government Administration

Revenue is income collected and received by a Local Government. Revenue refers to a sum of payments received by a LG from individual residents and organizations and transfers by the national government for the purpose of financing service delivery and devolved expenditure functions. The locally raised revenues (LRRs) are expected to be received from within the jurisdiction of the Local Goverments.
Local Revenue Context LRRs are a discretionary source of financing and therefore a critical success factor in providing sustainable service delivery and more especially the operations and Maintenance (O&M) The capacity of local governments to raise and administer local revenues is essential for enhanced decentralization, participatory democracy, and better service delivery. This is the foundation of a genuine local government.
Communities are demanding more services and better services. The need for sustained local revenue enhancement can therefore not be over emphasized. Survival and continued relevance of local governments are critically dependent on betterment of local revenues and in turn service delivery in support for the SDGs and National Vision 2040. Communities are likely to be willing to “buy” the concept if there is a significant linkage to quality and quantity of service delivered. 

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