The Collaborative Africa Budget Reform Initiative (CABRI) is a peer-learning and exchange network for senior budget officials working in African Ministries of Finance/Planning.
CABRI's work focuses mainly on the following: Accountability (Good Public Financial Governance), Transparency (Transparency Promotion), Systems (Strengthening PFM Systems), Value for Money (Value for Money in Sector Financing), Capability (Enhancing Institutional Capability), Information (Budget Resource Centre) and Connecting (Networking).
Date: 19 November 2015, 11:00 am EST
Governments across the world were hit hard by the 2008 economic downturn,
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By Joana Bento
The 2015 Open Budget Index was recently launched by the International Budget Partnership (IBP). The index is based on a budget
By Joan Stott
A growing number of African countries are adopting programme–based budgeting (PBB). As a reform that is intended to strengthen the link
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This opinion piece on the South African MTBPS was originally published on Business Day Live
Since its introduction
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Value for money is at the very heart of public finance management. The concept of value for money can be broadly
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