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Composite Budgeting and Decentralization: Issues and Solutions provides a useful basis to think about the principles and practice of general government budgeting based on a single, consistent public finance management(PFM) framework. The course enables meaningful discussions about the central budget and sub national government budget cycles managed through a composite budget framework. This framework, supported by inter-governmental fiscal transfer arrangements supports consistent policy implementation, transparency, budget credibility,predictability budgetary control, consolidated financial reporting, external scrutiny and oversight.

Composite Budgeting and Decentralization: Issues and Solutions
has been designed specifically with the developing country context in mind and draws illustrative examples from Ghana, South Africa, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and Tanzania.

In this five-day professional training workshop, you will learn
     the context within which the composite budget operates – the political economy,the macro-economic context and the typical macro-fiscal policy posture of developing countries, etc.
     some basic frameworks for identifying the strengths and weaknesses of a country’s PFM systems
     elements of revenue management at both the central government and sub national levels
     to question the relevance as well as assess the risk and potential benefits of some popularly promoted PFM reforms; and more

More information on the details of this course can be found at

24 June - 28 June 2013

Fiore Heights,
Ring Road Central,
Accra, Ghana
+233 (0)302937788
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