Statement by the Chairperson

The last Financial Year saw tremendous strengthening of the public service workforce through recruitment of technical personnel as well as the roll out of training programmes to further reinforce the county human resource. The result has been to expand the delivery of our mandate through new and determined efforts while we secure the benefits of building a greater level of trust and confidence among our stakeholders.

I am happy to report that despite the daunting challenge of the 100 days country-wide doctors’ strike last FY, the County Public Service Board took a professional strategic puissance in the way it conducted business. This required the Board to manage numerous structural, operational, and functional changes in the best and most sustainable way possible. Amidst this challenging environment, the Board has remained courageously focused on fulfilling its objectives and determined, more than ever, to stay on the track of the Governor’s manifesto of transforming this great County to an economic hub.

We introduced Results Based Management, methodologies and tools such as the Performance Appraisal Systems and Employee dashboard to facilitate harmonized development and maintainable monitoring of results. Coupled with employee training to cope with the changing technological times such as the National introduction of e-Management which includes IFMIS, IPPD and GHRIS, I am confident that the Board used the year well to prepare for the future.

Indeed, we really managed to score high in the eye of the public. This is evident in the 2016 NCIC Report that saw its Chairman, Mr. Francis Ole Kaparo single out Mombasa County as a role model in implementation of Constitutional obligations allowing for the recruitment of staff on the basis of the Two Thirds Gender Rule, Ethnic Representation as well as employment of the youth and PWDs. This is our contribution to the achievements of the County Government of Mombasa. We look at the County’s human resource with a succession plan that will guide the future workforce with acumen, leadership ability, geniality, integrity, competence, courage and inner strength.

Today as we reflect on the last FY, a tough economical challenging year, we think that the Board played its role well to keep it in a better place to provide solutions to sustainable human resource matters within the county. We achieved remarkable growth in our development agenda.

Lastly, I would like to emphasize the Board’s commitment to accomplish its mandate as empowered by the Constitution and the County Governments Act, 2012. We are stronger now than ever. Our achievements are far greater than at any other time of our existence. We are steadily fulfilling our objectives through proper planning and strategic leadership. We look forward to another promising year ahead of us.

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Fatma Adam

I am impressed by the timely service provided by the Mombasa County Service Board.

Ignatius Nyaboke
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Ignatius Nyaboke

I am particularly impressed by the choice of the Chief Executive Committee Members for the County. I am sure that the team will deliver. I wish them all the best.

Francis Matano
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Francis Matano

I want to congratulate the Mombasa Public Service Board for good gender balance of the work force. An example to follow.

Eric Mwachiro
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Eric Mwachiro

I myself have read the media reports where the Chairman of National Cohesion and Integration Commission of Kenya Mr. Francis Ole Kaparo has praised the Mombasa County for the most ethnically inclusive staff. Mombasa County has always scored high on this since the start of County Governments. It is commendable. I would like to share with your visitors the following links praising Mombasa:
1) https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/article/2000161748/mombasa-has-the-most-ethnically-inclusive-staff
2) https://www.the-star.co.ke/news/2015/05/11/mombasa-scores-highly-in-jobs-ethnic-balance_c1133145

Mwanamdogo Katana
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Mwanamdogo Katana

It’s encouraging to see from your own statistics that the youth have been given a good chance of employment opportunities. That’s good news for the youth.

Rukaya Badi
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Rukaya Badi

Hi. I am so excited! I saw on Tv and read in the newspapers about how the NCIC Chairperson praised Mombasa County for observing County Governments Act, Section 65 on ethnic balance and also gender balance. Congratulations Mombasa County Public Service Board. Anyone can read this story on the following link: https://www.capitalfm.co.ke/news/2016/10/tribalism-nepotism-graft-rife-public-jobs-recruitment/

Mwanaisha Farid
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Mwanaisha Farid

I think you should consider having offices in all wards in Mombasa. We will appreciate.

Safari Charo
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Safari Charo

I give you thumbs up for gender balance. Other counties should emulate you.

Abraham Otieno
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Abraham Otieno

I am interested in staff performance appraisal systems. Could you send me some material regarding how to conduct staff performance appraisal? I work with ILRI

Muema Leonard
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Muema Leonard

I am from Machakos. I really like your organization. I am a 3rd year student at Daystar University. Can I get a job attachment?