Welcome to East AFRITAC
East AFRITAC is a collaborative venture between the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the recipient countries, and bilateral and multilateral donors. 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.Click here to read more
East AFRITAC Sectors of Capacity Development
In line with the main priorities set for the work of the East AFRITAC by its Steering Committee, the Center's mandate includes the following areas:
- Revenue Policy and Administration
- Public Financial Management
- Financial Sector Regulation and Supervision
- Monetary Policy Operations
- Economic and Financial Statistics
- Government Finance Statistics
- Macro-Fiscal Analysis
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- Risk Based Solvency Frameworks and Supervision workshop
Uganda – Feb, 2017
To provide training to regional insurance regulators on risk-based supervision and risk-based solvency requirements for insurers.
- PFM Reform Strategies Workshop
Zanzibar, Tanzania – Feb, 2017
The workshop will discuss themes emerging from previous experience with PFM reforms in AFE countries. It is specifically…
- National Accounts Statistics
Uganda – Feb, 2017
This is a follow up to the August 2016 workshop and is intending to provide further support in developing Supply and Use…
- AFE October 2016 Newsletter
- » The “regional corner” section reports on a press conference organized jointly by the EAC Secretariat, the IMF, and AFE about “Improvements in East African Statistics through Capacity Development.
- AFE September 2016 Newsletter
- » This month's Country Corner features Dr. Thomas Kigabo, the Director General for Monetary Policy and Chief Economist at the National Bank of Rwanda.
- AFE August 2016 Newsletter
- » East AFRITAC bids farewell to its outgoing Center Coordinator, Mr. Sukhwinder Singh.
- AFE July 2016 Newsletter
- » See what the Center has been up to in Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda.