Events

Policy Dialogue - Infrastructure: Improving the coordination of the project cycle

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The capability of finance and planning ministries is shaped by leadership, staff, institutional and contextual factors. CABRI‘s research in Namibia, Botswana, South Africa and Rwanda examined when ministries of finance are best able to coordinate the activities of different actors in integrating public capital with recurrent expenditure to facilitate optimal expenditure choices for the achievement of the policy objective, given different country institutional and economic circumstances? This policy dialogue builds on the research to enable participating countries to consider ways in which they can improve planning for, budgeting, financing and executing infrastructure projects in transparent, accountable and sustainable ways.

Publications

Programme

Draft Programme CABRI Policy Dialogue Infrastructure

Presentations

Bridging Africa’s infrastructure gap
Session 1
Coordination of project capital and associated recurrent costs in the budgetary process
Session 2
Capital and recurrent integration in the budget preparation process
Session 2
Options for financing infrastructure - Part 1
Session 3
Options for financing infrastructure - Part 2
Session 3
CABRI policy dialogue: How CoST can help improve the procurement of public infrastructure
Session 4
CABRI policy dialogue: Monitoring the execution of infrastructure projects
Session 5
Building PFM capabilities in Africa
Session 6

Case study

World Café Style Infrastructure Case Studies
Session 4

Key message

Key messages from day 1

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