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News | CABRI’s Africa Debt Monitor to Improve Debt Transparency
The Collaborative Africa Budget Reform Initiative (CABRI) launched the Africa Debt Monitor.
The Africa Debt Monitor (ADM) provides a unique platform for sharing information on African central government debt and debt-management policies, practices and institutional arrangements. Developed by CABRI in consultation with African debt management offices, the ADM is country-owned* and provides the type of debt-related information that officials have expressed is a prerequisite for making informed decisions and promoting debt sustainability.
For further information visit: https://www.cabri-sbo.org/en/budgets-in-africa/africa-debt-monitor