Welcome to East AFRITAC
East AFRITAC is a collaborative venture between the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the recipient countries, and bilateral and multilateral development partners. It originated from the IMF's response to African leaders call on the international community to increase technical assistance (TA) to Africa and focus it more sharply on capacity building. East AFRITAC provides TA and training to Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania (including Zanzibar), and Uganda.
AFE Mid Year Report FY 2018
Gender budgeting is not about a separate budget but about integrating the gender perspective within the overall budget approach. IMF defines gender budgeting as an approach that uses fiscal policy and PFM instruments to promote gender equality.
The workshop aims to create a platform for banking supervisors to receive training on implementing International Financial Reporting Standard, Basel Core Principles (BCPs) and conducting BCP self-assessments as well as to exchange views and discuss ideas.
The aim of the workshop is to discuss international best practice in relation to regional developments and approaches, the capacity and implementation challenges and possible way forward.
The main objective of this one-week course is to broaden the participants’ understanding of various aspects of economic and monetary integration.