PEFA 20 ANNIVERSARY
The year 2020 was exciting, to be remembered with numerous PEFA events and celebrations! It was the year of the PEFA 20 Anniversary! The season started with the launch of the Global Report, followed by virtual trainings, events, publications, and finished with the Anniversary celebration during the PEFA Conference on PFM, showing PEFA 20 year's journey as well as discussing the role of PFM in sustainable, green and inclusive development. All details could be found below.
Click on the 20 Years video to watch the accomplishments of PEFA:
VIRTUAL CONFERENCE CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF PEFA
The PEFA virtual conference on December 1 and 2 looked back at the journey PEFA has had as a gold standard PFM diagnostic tool over the last 20 years, discussed why and how PFM matters more than ever in tackling climate change, addressing gender equality and building more inclusive services in the recovery from the COVID-19, explored what PFM community could do differently to address the new policy and delivery challenges through PFM. The PEFA e-learning course was launched and during the PEFA Marketplace the new PEFA products were highlighted.
The event was in English with simultaneous translation in French and Spanish! Links are provided below:
OVERVIEW LEAFLET WITH AGENDA AND SPEAKERS
RESUMEN Y AGENDA – Español APERÇU ET AGENDA - Français
OTHER EVENTS CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF PEFA
Building effective procurement systems: the complementarities of MAPS and PEFA Tools. Joint Webinar by MAPS and PEFA, September 28, 2021
Table Ronde en Français: L’impact du PEFA sur la réforme de la gestion des finances publiques : expériences de pays francophones - 20 ans du PEFA, le 23 septembre 2021
The PEFA Events celebrating the 20th Anniversary have been organized since January 2021. Their role was to communicate with PEFA community and engage the public and variety of policy and development actors with an interest on PFM issues.
The events include launching of new PEFA developments and promoting new achievements, initiating discussions on interesting PFM topics and providing trainings for variety of PEFA users. Check the completed events in 2021: READ MORE
Thank you for following us on PEFA Social media to learn more about PEFA activities, what former Heads of PEFA Secretariat share about PEFA program, presented experiences and success stories from using PEFA around the world, quotes from global leaders on the application of PEFA, interesting facts about PEFA, published Reports and more details about all events and publications! Stay tuned in the New Year 2022!
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