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).
The Harvard Kennedy School is holding its annual course on Public Financial Management in Boston from 10-15 January 2016.
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By Alta Fölscher, Aarti Shah, Neil Cole and Hugo Winters
“If a PFM reform makes no difference in the life of a villager, then
10th Annual Seminar 24-26 September 2014 – Johannesburg, South Africa
This report summarises the proceedings of the 10th Annual CABRI Seminar on Value for Money
Draft Policy Brief (March 2015)
This Policy Brief sets out proposals arising out of the work of Effective Institutions Platform (EIP) to formulate a
Clear, effective communication is an important function of an organisation such as CABRI – but, particularly when dealing with complex and often interrelated issues, this
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