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 Otsile Malebaco From left: Michael Castro: Programme Manager (CABRI), Prudence Ngoujou: Director of Strategic Planning (AFROSAI), Barbara Dutzler: Programme Manager (GIZ), Peter Jonath: Integrated Expert (CABRI), Sameera Khan: Technical advisor (ATAF), Neil Cole: Executive Secretary (CABRI), Edward Dagoseh: Chairperson (AFROPAC), Kristina Mueller-Kuckelberg: Technical Adviser and Katharina Kunze: Technical Adviser (GIZ) Following the meeting and
By Otsile Malebaco On 26 January 2018, the Good Financial Governance (GFG) networks further intensified their collaboration in the fight against Illicit Financial Flows. The partner networks are African Organisation of Public Accounts Committees (AFROPAC), African Organisation of Supreme Audit Institutions (AFROSAI), African Tax Administration Forum (ATAF) and Collaborative Africa Budget Reform Initiative (CABRI). The
By Julia Bastian The African Organisation of Supreme Audit Institutions (AFROSAI) is addressing Illicit Financial Flows from an audit perspective. Since the publication of the High-Level Panel on Illicit Financial Flows from Africa (Mbeki Report) in 2015 the topic has been high on the African political agenda. Illicit Financial Flows (IFFs) are defined as money