The PEFA program’s training related activities aim at meeting four objectives:
Improve the quality of PEFA assessment reports.
Enhance government capacity to take ownership of the assessment process.
Enhance donors’ awareness of the assessment process and coordination of their contributions.
Improve understanding of how to make use of PEFA reports for various purposes.
Training activities are, therefore, targeted at assessment planners and managers – typically officials from governments’ central finance institutions and international development agencies – as well as at assessors – typically private sector consultants, government technical experts and public financial management (PFM) experts from international development agencies. However, parliamentary committee members, researchers and civil society representatives with an interest in PFM issues may also benefit from PEFA training,
The note on ‘Good Practices in Applying the PFM Performance Measurement Framework’ highlights the importance of planning a training session for the invol