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ATI NEWSLETTER – 2nd Edition

Welcome to the 2nd edition of the newsletter of the IMF’s Africa Training Institute (ATI). As you may be aware, ATI is part of a network of IMF regional training centers around the world, which help develop countries’ policymaking capacity by transferring economic skills and best practices. This 2nd edition of ATI’s newsletter looks back

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Economic Issues in Regional Integration Course, June 3 – 14, 2019

The ERI course took place June 3-14. Participants included 35 officials from 23 countries and three regional institutions, representing a balanced mix from different regional groupings in SSA. This helped ensure active participation, and greatly contributed to the success of the course. The course was attended by Mr. Prakash Hurry, Officer in Charge, Regional Multidisciplinary

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New ATI Course Schedule for 2019

A detailed description of our courses is available at:

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Africa Training Institute and AFRITAC South welcomes their new Director, Mr. Abdoul Aziz Wane.

Mr. Wane joined the IMF in 2001 after working as lecturer and senior lecturer at the University of Saint-Louis and University of Dakar, respectively. In the IMF, he held mission chief positions for the Republic of Congo and Guinea, resident representative positions in Mali and Guinea, and worked in the Fiscal Affairs and the Strategy,

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AT18.09 – Financial Programming and Policies / Programação e Políticas Financeiras, August 6-17, 2018

This Financial Programming and Policies course, presented by the IMF Institute for Capacity Development, explains how to both diagnose macroeconomic imbalances and correct them through a coordinated set of adjustment policies. It covers the principal features of the four main macroeconomic sectors (real, fiscal, external, and monetary) and how they relate to each other, highlighting

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IMF Staff response to recommendations of the External Evaluation of ATI

We welcome the comprehensive analysis and the balanced and overall positive assessment of the Africa Training Institute (ATI) by the external evaluation team. We share the main objectives of the evaluation’s recommendations to strengthen ATI’s operations and capability to improve the policymaking capacities in its member countries through the enhancement of human capital (the learning

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External Evaluation of The Africa Training Institute

This paper presents the main findings of the mid-term evaluation of the Africa Training Institute (ATI). We assess the ATI’s added value in the context of the capacity development (CD) mission of the IMF, which is to improve the policymaking capacities in its member countries through the enhancement of human capital (the learning component), the

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This course, presented by the IMF Institute for Capacity Development, introduces participants to key concepts and tools used to analyze and mitigate financial sector vulnerabilities in order to lay a foundation on which to build surveillance systems. A priority is assessment of the main risks facing both bank and non-bank financial institutions and their macroeconomic

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Ce cours, animé conjointement par le Département des statistiques du FMI, se centre sur le recueil, la présentation et la diffusion de statistiques économiques et monétaires, et sur les aspects pratiques de la diffusion de données de la PDNR (page de données nationales récapitulatives). Il présente les normes statistiques internationales, SDMX et les codes normalisés

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