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).
Building strong local currency debt capital markets in Africa Date: 15 - 16 June 2015 Location: Johannesburg, South Africa
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Read the blog piece by Aarti Shah and Neil Cole from the CABRI Secretariat on the IMF Public Financial Management Blog .
On 17 and 18 March, CABRI travelled to Accra, Ghana, to discuss the post-2015 financing challenges and innovative ideas for financing global development. The
The release of the Open Budget Tracker (OBT) by the International Budget Partnership (IBP) is a useful development that allows real time tracking of
When he tables his 2015 Budget, Minister Nhlanhla Nene will know that there are many things he can be grateful for. One of them
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