The newsletter highlights AFE work plan execution and achievements in each country during the quarter & upcoming activities for the next quarter, February – April 2021.
Please read in our latest quarterly newsletter about the activities undertaken between August and October 2020 and those planned for the coming quarter. AFE bid farewell to Mr. Paul Seeds, PFM Advisor, but also welcomes two new advisors - Revenue Administration (Customs), and Monetary and Foreign Exchange Operations & Financial Market Infrastructures.
Please read in our latest quarterly newsletter about the activities undertaken remotely between May and July 2020 and those planned for the coming quarter. This issue also includes a summary of key results for Fiscal Year 2020 (May 2019 – April 2020).
Please read in our latest quarterly newsletter about the activities undertaken between February and April 2020 and those planned for the coming quarter, and meet our new Real Sector Statistics Advisor.
Please read in our latest quarterly newsletter about the activities undertaken between November 2019 and January 2020, and meet our new Macro-Fiscal Analysis Advisor.
Please read about activities undertaken between May and July 2019 in our latest quarterly newsletter. Highlights include an Interview with Sophie van den Ende, Economic Policy Officer at the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on how Dutch priorities for capacity development and support to East AFRITAC.
Please read in our latest quarterly newsletter about the activities undertaken between August and October 2019 and the latest survey on the impact of our training.
Please read about activities undertaken between February and April 2019 in our latest quarterly newsletter.
The Steering Committee of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)’s Africa Regional Technical Assistance Center East (East AFRITAC) met in Lilongwe, Malawi on April 4, 2017 to assess the Center’s operations and discuss forward looking plans. The Committee endorsed the Center’s strategic goals to support its member countries’ objectives to increase government revenues, improve spending efficiency, develop the financial sectors, produce good quality data to support policy making, and promote regional integration. The Committee also discussed financing issues. Officials from six of the seven member countries (Eritrea, Ethiopia, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Uganda) attended, together with development partners (the European Union, the United Kingdom, Germany, the U.S., and the African Development Bank).
Our latest quarterly newsletter is available! It covers activities undertaken between November 2018 and January 2019.
The Steering Committee of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)’s East Africa Regional Technical Assistance Center (East AFRITAC) held its 20th meeting on March 19, 2018 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
Highlights for this quarter include a short summary of activity in FY 2018 and the Regional Corner on “How EAC Countries Harmonize their Data to Prepare for a Monetary Union”.
The Steering Committee of the International Monetary Fund (IMF)’s East Africa Regional Technical Assistance Center (East AFRITAC) held its 21st meeting on April 1, 2019 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
This newsletter covers the activities undertaken by East AFRITAC (AFE) between August – October 2018. Read more on the impact assessment conducted by AFE, in line with the IMF’s common evaluation framework, for the regional workshops conducted by AFE.
It highlights activities undertaken in the region for the said Quarter. You can also watch some of our outreach videos that have been posted on our Facebook page.
The Quarterly newsletter highlights activities undertaken between August and October 2017 in the region. Included in this edition is a brief summary of the survey conducted evaluating the impact of AFE Training.
This newsletter covers the activities undertaken by East AFRITAC (AFE) between May – July 2018, and provides a schedule of AFE activities planned for August-October 2018. The regional corner section includes an interview of Jose Correia-Nunes, the Head of Development Cooperation at the EU delegation to Tanzania and the EAC.
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.
The Conference highlighted recent improvements in economic and fiscal statistics in Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Uganda, that were produced through a capacity development program (CDP) that is supported by the EAC Secretariat, the IMF, and AFE. Preliminary statistical results from the CDP were presented during the press conference.
It highlights activities undertaken in the region, including how AFE is facilitating sharing of regional expertise of officials within the region. You also get to briefly meet the new Revenue Administration advisor to the Center.
This month's Country Corner features Dr. Thomas Kigabo, the Director General for Monetary Policy and Chief Economist at the National Bank of Rwanda.
Dr. Kigabo provides feedback on the EAC/AFE workshop on medium-term convergence programs in the EAC.
AFE's Quarterly newsletter highlighting activities undertaken between February and April 2017 in the region. It includes a summary of activities for FY 2017 presented at the Steering Committee meeting in April 2017.
AFE's first Quarterly newsletter highlights activities undertaken between November 2016 and January 2017 in the region.
AFE bid farewell to one advisor during this period and welcomed two more.
East AFRITAC bids farewell to its outgoing Center Coordinator, Mr. Sukhwinder Singh.
Other than highlights of activities conducted in all AFE countries, read up on the Incoming Center Coordinator, Mr. Hervé Joly.
See what the Center has been up to in Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda.
There is a Regional Corner featuring an article produced by the IMF on the Center's work on developing Government Fiscal and Public Sector Debt Statistics
Accurate and timely data provide policy makers with a better understanding of economic developments and allow them to design better policies. This brochure tells you more about how AFE is helping countries to improve real sector statistics.
Highlights of the June AFE newsletter report include a Country Corner with Mr. Paul Maganga, Associate Director, Financial Markets Department with the Bank of Tanzania.
See what the Center has been up to in Eritrea, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda.
See what the Center has been working on for May and upcoming activities for June and July 2016.
This month East AFRIRAC has included a video of an the interview with the Head of Macro at Kenya's National Treasury, Mr. Musa Kathanje, discussing a recent training on Debt Sustainability from AFE.