The Good Financial Governance in Africa programme promotes transparency and accountability in public financial management and is implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH on behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and the European Union (EU). Its objective is to foster Good Financial Governance in Africa, more specifically to equip decision-makers in African public finance to use region-specific services, products and further education to improve financial governance.
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By Teboho Mohai. The 27th East and Southern African Association of Accountants General (ESAAG) annual conference was held from 27 – 29 January 2020 in Swakopmund, Namibia with support of the GIZ-Good Financial Governance in Africa programme. The three-day conference provided a platform for accountants and financial specialists from fourteen (14) member countries to network,
Published by CABRI. 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
By Teboho Mohai. The Good Financial Governance in Africa programme supported East and Southern African Association of Accountants General (ESAAG) to facilitate a one-day workshop on change management on the 30th of September 2019 in Swakopmund, Namibia. The workshop aimed to review alignment of ESAAG’s strategy with the institutional arrangements encompassing both the structure and
Natural disaster and chronic pressures that turn into crisis are the some of the pressures that confront budget managers when trying to manage their national budget. CABRI’s 2017 post-CABRI Conference publication captures the experience of African budget officials in managing these extraordinary shocks. In this publication, the authors reflect on how budgetary pressures such as