AFE FY 2024 Mid Year Report
AFE FY 2023 Annual Report
The AFE FY 2023 report covers the operations for May 2022 - April 2023 period. It also outlines the work plan for FY 2024.
AFE FY 2023 Mid Year Report
AFE FY 2022 Annual Report
This report covers the operations for May 2021 - April 2022 period. It also outlines the work plan for FY 2023.
AFRITAC East 20th Year Anniversary Booklet
AFE FY2022 Mid Year Report
AFE Annual Report FY 2021
This report covers the operations for May 2020 - April 2021 period. It also outlines the work plan for FY 2022.
AFE FY 2021 Mid Year Report
AFE Annual Report FY 2020
This report covers the operations for May 2018 - April 2020 period. It also outlines the work plan FY 2021.
East AFRITAC Program Document for Phase V
The program document outlines the proposed capacity development (CD) strategy for Phase V (May 2020-April 2025) of the IMF’s Regional Technical Assistance Center for East Africa (East AFRITAC).
East AFRITAC Program Document for Phase IV
This document summarizes plans for the fourth phase (mid 2015 to October 2020) of East AFRITAC.
AFE FY 2020 Mid Year Report
AFE Mid-Year Report FY 2019
This report covers the activities of IMF East AFRITAC in the first half of FY 2019 (May-October, 2018).
AFE Annual Report FY 2017
This report covers the second year of Phase IV of IMF East AFRITAC’s operations (FY
2017, May 2016-April 2017) and outlines the work plan for FY 2018. The rate of execution of the FY 2017 work plan is estimated at about 95 percent and the overall progress on reaching the milestones set for the year has been strong.
AFE Annual Report FY 2016
The IMF builds human and institutional capacity in macroeconomic management across the globe through technical assistance and training. This work – collectively referred to as capacity development – is a core part of the IMF’s operations and its contributions to global growth and prosperity.
AFE Mid Year Report FY 2016
This report covers the start of Phase IV of IMF East AFRITAC’s operations – the first half of FY 2016 to be precise (May-October, 2015). While a sustained level of technical assistance and training services has continued to be delivered, activity has been moderated by uncertainty over financing as well as changes in demand from TA recipients. In particular, a prudent approach has been taken by delaying the initiation of some of the new areas of work planned in Phase IV, such as those on natural resources management, fiscal law and payments systems.
AFE Annual Report FY 2015
Technical assistance and training—which together the IMF calls capacity development— are key IMF activities and important benefits of IMF membership. Building human and institutional capacity within a country helps the government implement more effective policies, leading to better economic outcomes.
AFE Mid Year Report FY 2015
Both IMF headquarters and East AFRITAC have made good progress towards implementing the action plan in response to the mid-term evaluation. Strategic focus is being sharpened by developing country strategies as part of the Phase IV program document. The technical assistance (TA) planning process is being strengthened to capture all IMF activities and improve alignment with the Fund’s strategic planning process.