IMF - East Africa Regional Technical Assistance Center

IMF - East Africa Regional Technical Assistance Center

The African Regional Technical Assistance Center in Eastern Africa (IMF East AFRITAC) is one of the International Monetary Fund’s nine Regional Technical Assistance Centers (RTACs) located around the world.

Our goal is to strengthen the human and institutional capacity of East African member countries to formulate and implement policies that promote growth and reduce poverty. Our member countries are: Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda.

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20/07/2021

AFE held its 23rd Steering Committee meeting virtually on July 15-16, 2021. The Steering Committee welcomes the support provided by the Center in the fight against COVID-19. Member countries shared experiences in areas that received recent technical assistance from AFE. The Steering Committee endorsed the work program and budget for FY 2022. For more information about the meeting, read our press release: https://www.eastafritac.org/servlet/servlet.FileDownload?file=00P5G00000UxClzUAF.

AFE held its 23rd Steering Committee meeting virtually on July 15-16, 2021. The Steering Committee welcomes the support provided by the Center in the fight against COVID-19. Member countries shared experiences in areas that received recent technical assistance from AFE. The Steering Committee endorsed the work program and budget for FY 2022. For more information about the meeting, read our press release: https://www.eastafritac.org/servlet/servlet.FileDownload?file=00P5G00000UxClzUAF.

08/07/2021

Join IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva and ILO Director-General Guy Ryder for a virtual conversation about the informal economy on Friday, July 23 at 09:00 a.m. (ET). #InformalEconomy

Join IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva and ILO Director-General Guy Ryder for a virtual conversation about the informal economy on Friday, July 23 at 09:00 a.m. (ET). #InformalEconomy

07/06/2021

AFE February - April 2021 Quarterly Newsletter

The newsletter highlights AFE work plan ex*****on and achievements in each member country during the quarter & upcoming activities for the next quarter, May - July 2021

https://www.eastafritac.org/servlet/servlet.FileDownload?file=00P5G00000Ti8j4UAB

AFE February - April 2021 Quarterly Newsletter

The newsletter highlights AFE work plan ex*****on and achievements in each member country during the quarter & upcoming activities for the next quarter, May - July 2021

https://www.eastafritac.org/servlet/servlet.FileDownload?file=00P5G00000Ti8j4UAB

04/06/2021

Join Abebe Selassie of @IMFAfrica & @BetseyStevenson of @UniversityOfMichigan on June 8, with Caroline Atkinson to discuss how the pandemic recession has disproportionately affected women and girls, how that will impact global growth & productivity, & what policymakers can do.
Register now: https://piie.zoom.us/webinar/register/3416225575609/WN_v3BbtqkXR3Oc7vFWBP6EHw

Join Abebe Selassie of @IMFAfrica & @BetseyStevenson of @UniversityOfMichigan on June 8, with Caroline Atkinson to discuss how the pandemic recession has disproportionately affected women and girls, how that will impact global growth & productivity, & what policymakers can do.
Register now: https://piie.zoom.us/webinar/register/3416225575609/WN_v3BbtqkXR3Oc7vFWBP6EHw

02/06/2021

Shifting Gears: Monetary Policy Spillovers during the Recovery from COVID-19

Join us on June 2 at 8:30 AM ET for a conversation with Galen Sher, Can Sever, and Calos de Resende on the spillovers of monetary policy during the recovery from COVID-19.

18/05/2021

Did you know that only 5% of capital flows to developing economies go to sub-Saharan Africa? Our latest departmental paper looks at how private finance can help address the region's huge developmental need and how policymakers can attract more investments. http://ow.ly/VFfE50EPqJ9

Did you know that only 5% of capital flows to developing economies go to sub-Saharan Africa? Our latest departmental paper looks at how private finance can help address the region's huge developmental need and how policymakers can attract more investments. http://ow.ly/VFfE50EPqJ9

Timeline Photos 12/05/2021

Timeline Photos

African policymakers face three immediate challenges: first, to meet increased spending needs; second, to contain a pronounced increase in public debt, and finally, to mobilize more tax revenue. How they navigate this trilemma will have a huge bearing on economic and social outcomes in the coming years.

Read more on IMFBlog: http://ow.ly/5cdd50EL6p9

10/05/2021

A Conversation with the President of Côte d’Ivoire Alassane Ouattara and Kristalina Georgieva

LIVE: Did you know that the IMF’s African Department was created 60 years ago, on May 1, 1961? To commemorate this anniversary, President Alassane Ouattara of Côte d’Ivoire joins Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva for a conversation.

http://ow.ly/rnVe50EHa6d

28/04/2021

Tackling Climate Change for Inclusive and Sustainable Growth

What are the socio-economic damages from climate change and key issues for African countries? Watch the lecture "Tackling Climate Change for Inclusive and Sustainable Growth" live on Wednesday, April 28 at 11:00 AM GMT (7:00 AM ET).

The lecture is part of the Macroeconomics of Climate Change webinar organized by the Africa Training Institute and the African Union Commission.

To watch the entire webinar on Zoom, please register here: https://www.cvent.com/d/cjqr1m

Timeline Photos 15/04/2021

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The latest Regional Economic Outlook for Sub-Saharan Africa projects economic activity in the region to grow by 3.4% in 2021, after a decline of -1.9% in 2020, the slowest on record.

Access to vaccines, international support, and bold and transformative reforms in social protection, digitalization, good governance, domestic revenue mobilization, and public debt management can help improve the outlook.

Read our latest analysis and projections: http://imf.org/AfricaREO-apr21

15/04/2021

Press Briefing | Regional Economic Outlook for Sub-Saharan Africa

One year into the COVID-19 pandemic, what is the outlook for sub-Saharan Africa? How does the recovery compare to the rest of the world? How will access to vaccinations affect the region’s prospects?

🔴 Abebe Aemro Selassie, Director of the IMF’s African Department presents the region's latest outlook and our recommendations for policymakers. #IMFAfrica

Read/Download: IMF.org/AfricaREO-apr21

09/04/2021

Capacity Development Talk: Developing Safe, Efficient, and Inclusive Digital Payment Systems

The COVID-19 crisis has exposed the digital divide between those who have access to electronic payments and those left out. Country authorities and private sector players are moving quickly to fill this gap. New players are also entering the market—mobile network operators, fintech firms, new non-bank institutions. How should country authorities respond to such rapid changes while maintaining public confidence and a sound financial system? How can they make sure money remains safe and moves to their intended beneficiaries? Join us for this session to learn more.

More information on speakers here: https://www.imfconnect.org/content/imf/en/annual-meetings/calendar/open/2021/04/09/159089.html

09/04/2021

Capacity Development Talk: Developing Safe, Efficient, and Inclusive Digital Payment Systems

The COVID-19 crisis has exposed the digital divide between those who have access to electronic payments and those left out. Country authorities and private sector players are moving quickly to fill this gap. New players are also entering the market—mobile network operators, fintech firms, new non-bank institutions. How should country authorities respond to such rapid changes while maintaining public confidence and a sound financial system? How can they make sure money remains safe and moves to their intended beneficiaries? Join us for this session to learn more.

More information on speakers here: https://www.imfconnect.org/content/imf/en/annual-meetings/calendar/open/2021/04/09/159089.html

07/04/2021

A Peek Into Training: Achieving Inclusive Growth

Inequality and poverty are rising in many countries and large income disparities persist across localities, genders, ethnicities and generations. Technological advancement, climate change, and potential economic crises risk a further deterioration to the equitable sharing of the fruits of economic growth. How should country authorities respond? A holistic approach is required to address these interconnected issues. In this peek into training event, we will share some of these practical tools to assess economic disparities as well as the policies to achieve inclusive growth.

06/04/2021

Supporting COVID-19 Spending Transparency through Digital Platforms (Capacity Development Talk

Transparency in managing the response to COVID-19 is key to ensuring its legitimacy and accountability. The IMF has been working with countries to increase COVID-19 spending fiscal transparency. In this session, the Fund will highlight the digital platforms that support such actions – and feature the case of Honduras, which has made substantial progress in disseminating information about how funds to combat the COVID-19 were used.

Learn more here: https://www.imfconnect.org/content/imf/en/annual-meetings/calendar/open/2021/04/06/159156.html

05/04/2021

Capacity Development Talk: The IMF’s Engagement on Social Protection

Inequality around the world has been growing in recent years, and the pandemic has only made matters worse. As a result, more and more of the IMF’s policy advice and capacity development collaborations have focused on the issues of social spending and social protection. This session will showcase how the IMF, the World Bank Group, and member countries team up to implement more effective social protection programs, strengthen social safety nets, and protect the most vulnerable from economic shocks and the potential adverse effects of reforms.

17/03/2021

East Africa financial sector regulators met during a virtual regional workshop to discuss financial soundness and other key indicators to address risks and vulnerabilities (March 8 – 12, 2021). This was a cross-cutting workshop with participants from the banking, insurance, capital markets and microfinance supervisory authorities of AFE member countries. In addition to the classical risks—credit, market, operational and liquidity risks—the participants also discussed emerging topics such as climate-related risks, cyber risks and Fintech risks, as well as the financial indicators for assessing them.

East Africa financial sector regulators met during a virtual regional workshop to discuss financial soundness and other key indicators to address risks and vulnerabilities (March 8 – 12, 2021). This was a cross-cutting workshop with participants from the banking, insurance, capital markets and microfinance supervisory authorities of AFE member countries. In addition to the classical risks—credit, market, operational and liquidity risks—the participants also discussed emerging topics such as climate-related risks, cyber risks and Fintech risks, as well as the financial indicators for assessing them.

Photos from IMF - East Africa Regional Technical Assistance Center's post 08/03/2021

AFE member countries and the East African Community (EAC) Secretariate participated in a one week regional workshop on improving quality of fiscal and public debt data (March 1 – 5, 2021). Technical staff from the Ministries of Finance and National Statistics Offices attended and shared experiences on practices, including resolving compilation challenges. The workshop covered international best practices on compilation of fiscal transactions related to COVID-19, social protection and natural resources in line with the Government Finance Statistics Manual 2014 (GFSM 2014). The workshop also reviewed developments on production of fiscal and public debt data for monitoring economic convergence for the EAC Monetary Union.

02/03/2021

9th African Fiscal Forum: BRAVE Policies to Shape the Recovery in sub-Saharan Africa

LIVE: Kristalina Georgieva, Jutta Urpilainen, Vera Daves de Sousa, Amadou Hott, Albert M. Muchanga, and Tidjane Thiam discuss the health, economic and social impact of the pandemic on sub-Saharan Africa countries and reforms implemented to alleviate it at the opening session of the 9th African Fiscal Forum. imf.org/AFForum

24/02/2021

Please read in our latest November 2020 - January 2021 quarterly newsletter highlighting AFE work plan ex*****on and achievements in each country during the quarter & upcoming activities for the next quarter, February – April 2021.

http://www.eastafritac.org/servlet/servlet.FileDownload?file=00P3h000007bxCxEAI

21/02/2021

Celebrating 100,000 active learners!

29/01/2021
26/01/2021

At today’s Climate Adaptation Summit CASsummit2021 hosted by our development partner 🇳🇱, International Monetary Fund Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva highlighted the critical role of IMF Capacity Development in supporting the transition to the new climate economy ⬇

11/12/2020

An AFE regional workshop is supporting the drafting of regional manual on baseline budgeting, which aims to help member countries better channel limited resources to priority needs while safeguarding fiscal sustainability (December 7 – 11, 2020). In particular it will revisit and discuss the main technical approaches and tools adopted in the region and incorporate feedback from countries on the structure of the draft manual. The main output of the workshop was a set of country reform priorities to be included in the first draft.

02/12/2020

August - October 2020 Quarterly Newsletter

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.

http://www.eastafritac.org/servlet/servlet.FileDownload?file=00P3h000004tjyfEAA

23/11/2020

A virtual workshop brought together five countries (Kenya, Malawi, Rwanda, Tanzania (Zanzibar) and Uganda) to share lessons on IT system development to support performance based budgeting, PBB (November 16 – 20, 2020). The aim was to: (i) share lessons in their reform transition; (ii) discuss options to improve IT systems integration in the PFM cycle; and (iii) develop a collegial link across the countries to support each other in further reforms. Through a mix of presentations, group discussion and IT system demonstrations, countries learned from each other to address common challenges.

15/11/2020

Afritac South - IMF Regional Technical Assistance Center South

This week AFRITAC South kicked-off a joint weeklong webinar with AFRITAC West2 and AFRITAC East on public investment management and governance. The workshop brings together countries from East, West and Southern Africa to share lessons in their reform transition, and develop a collegial link across the continent. To achieve this the workshop covers 5 themes namely: (i) The changing role of PIM in the region; (ii) The impact of COVID-19 on capital budgets; (iii) Decision making processes for appraising and selecting projects and linkages to the budget process; (iv) Reform enabling areas: Internal organization of PIM departments and links to the wider Ministry and Public Investment Management IT Systems; (v) Establishing a PIM reform road map and capacity building plan.

22/10/2020

Join us on Thursday, October 22 at 7:00 AM EDT (12:00 PM Lagos Time) for a press briefing by IMF African Department Director Abebe Aemro Selassie on the economic outlook for sub-Saharan Africa. http://imf.org/AfricaREO

Click/tap "Get Reminder" to be notified when the livestream starts.

21/10/2020

Join us on Thursday, October 22 at 7:00 AM EDT (12:00 PM Lagos Time) for a press briefing by IMF African Department Director Abebe Aemro Selassie on the economic outlook for sub-Saharan Africa. http://imf.org/AfricaREO

Click/tap "Get Reminder" to be notified when the livestream starts.

16/10/2020

IMF COVID-19 Capacity Development Initiative

50 years off strengthening economic institutions worldwide #IMFCD

16/10/2020

AFE held a virtual regional workshop on improving risk management in revenue mobilization through the development of compliance improvement plans and strategies for monitoring and evaluation (October 12 – 16, 2020). It supports revenue authorities of AFE member countries in their quest to improve the risk management function to address numerous risks that could impede revenue mobilization.

12/10/2020

Promoting Effective Use of COVID-19 Finance in Sub-Saharan Africa

Want to learn more about COVID-19 financing in Sub-Saharan Africa?

The IMF Annual Meetings CD Events kicks off with this discussion. Also streaming in French here: http://ow.ly/Unxc50BNvSN#IMFCapDev

12/10/2020

Promoting Effective Use of COVID-19 Finance in Sub-Saharan Africa

Want to learn more about COVID-19 financing in Sub-Saharan Africa?

The IMF Annual Meetings CD Events kicks off with this discussion on Monday, October 12 at 9:30am EDT. Live streaming online at: http://ow.ly/Unxc50BNvSN

Tap/Click “Get Reminder” to receive a notification when the event starts and share your questions using #IMFCapDev.

Videos (show all)

Shifting Gears: Monetary Policy Spillovers during the Recovery from COVID-19
A Conversation with the President of Côte d’Ivoire Alassane Ouattara and Kristalina Georgieva
Press Briefing | Regional Economic Outlook for Sub-Saharan Africa
Capacity Development Talk: Developing Safe, Efficient, and Inclusive Digital Payment Systems
Supporting COVID-19 Spending Transparency through Digital Platforms (Capacity Development Talk
Capacity Development Talk: Developing Safe, Efficient, and Inclusive Digital Payment Systems
A Peek Into Training: Achieving Inclusive Growth
Capacity Development Talk: The IMF’s Engagement on Social Protection
9th African Fiscal Forum: BRAVE Policies to Shape the Recovery in sub-Saharan Africa
Join us on Thursday, October 22 at 7:00 AM EDT (12:00 PM Lagos Time) for a press briefing by IMF African Department Dire...
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