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Annual Seminars
10th Annual Seminar PDF Print Email

Annual Seminar bannerThe 10th Annual Seminar invites budget officials and other experts from over 25 countries to share their experiences in achieving value for money in public spending and to celebrate 10 years of CABRI's existence.

Value for money is about maximising impact with limited resources and is determined by the relationship between inputs, outputs and outcomes. The 10th Annual Seminar, themed "Value for Money in Public Spending” will review the efficiency of spending in some of the key sectors and discuss ways in which efficiency and effectiveness can be improved in the budget process. CABRI has been undertaking a series of research and small policy dialogues on value for money in various sectors including healtheducation and agriculture. The Annual Seminar allows for this wealth of research studies to reach a larger audience and for high level discussions to take place on how senior government officials can better ensure value for money in financing public expenditure.

The Seminar will take place from 24 - 26 September 2014 in Johannesburg, South Africa.

For more information, please download the programme here.

9th Annual CABRI Seminar PDF Print Email

The 9th Annual CABRI Seminar, entitled ‘Exploring the Missing Links in PFM Reforms’ took place in Nairobi, Kenya from 28 – 30 August 2013.

Many senior budget officials (SBOs) have been experiencing reform fatigue. Over the last few decades, countries across Africa have moved from one budget reform to another and have observed limited improvements in the way budget systems function. In the pursuit of PFM systems that contribute towards effective and efficient service delivery, SBOs are tackling the following questions and challenges:


- What have we been doing wrong?

- Why have international best practice ‘solutions’ not adequately addressed our critical challenges?

- What are the missing links and gaps in our approaches to reform?

- We want to deliver PFM reforms that are needed, relevant and accepted, and successfully implemented.

- How do we do things differently to get there

The 9th Annual CABRI Seminar looked closely at the missing links and how to close the gaps in how we currently approach PFM reforms.

The seminar comprised two parts. Day 1 was devoted to a workshop on ‘Promoting Budget Transparency and Public Engagement in the African Continent’ jointly organised with the International Budget Partnership. The workshop brought together governments and civil society organisations from about 30 countries across the African continent to discuss budget transparency and citizen engagement in budget processes in Africa based on the results of the 2012 Open Budget Index.

Day 2 and 3 focused on ‘The Nature of PFM Reforms: Exploring the Missing Links’ and aimed to inspire SBOs to approach the reform challenges differently. The two days equipped SBOs with the techniques and tools they need to manage change and sustain reforms.

A series of facilitated discussions provided the space for senior budget officials to tackle their common and unique reform challenges. In doing this, SBOs were supported by resource persons who are leading experts and academics in the field of PFM reform.

For more information, please download the programme, or contact the CABRI Secretariat on This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

A recent blog by CABRI summarises some of the discussions at the seminar.

The Seminar documentation is below:

28 August 2013: 
Part 1: Promoting Budget Transparency and Citizen Engagement on the African Continent

Budget Transparency and Citizen Engagement in Africa
Open Budget Survey 2012

29 & 30 August 2013:
Part 2: Exploring the Missing Links: The Nature of PFM Reforms

Identifying the Missing Links and why they Matter
PFM Data sheets for African Countries

Constraints to Implementing PFM Reforms:
 Case study 1: Nzurinchi
 Case Study 2: Alagbara
 Case Study 3: Samay

Driving Change: The South African Experience (video)

PFM Reforms: Signal Failure

Closing the Gaps in Budget Execution: The Office of the Controller of Budget, Kenya

Successful PFM Reforms: Joint Evaluation of PFM Reforms in Burkina Faso, Ghana and Malawi, 2001 – 2010 (Summary)

Moving from Concepts to Application


  1. Managing People through Change
    Managing People through Change: further reading material
  2. Communicating the Message
  3. Deconstructing Problems and Iterative Implementation
8th Annual CABRI Seminar PDF Print Email

Budgeting for Results: Moving towards Performance Budgeting

The 8th Annual CABRI Seminar on Budgeting for Results: Moving towards Performance Budgeting was held from 9-11 May 2012 in South Africa.8th_annual_seminar_banner

The theme of the 2012 Annual Seminar takes into consideration that many countries in Africa are shifting from traditional budgeting methods to modern budgeting systems which focus more on performance and results. The seminar was designed to explore the appropriateness and advantages of shifting to performance budgeting in Africa and the preconditions needed for programme or performance-based budgeting reform.

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7th Annual CABRI Seminar PDF Print Email

Making Budgets Work: The Implementation Challenge

This year’s Seminar was co-hosted by the Rwandese Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning and took place at the Serena Hotel in Kigali, Rwanda from 17 – 18 August 2011.

The 2011 Annual Seminar is designed to explore the common implementation challenges in budget reform in Africa and share ways to make budgets work. Specifically, the 7th Annual Seminar covered the following topics:

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6th Annual CABRI Seminar PDF Print Email

Good Financial Governance: Towards Modern Budgeting

Sound budget practices, public finance systems that serve our welfare goals, and accounting systems that have integrity and respect are essential for promoting democracy and effective governance. Underpinning these practices and systems is a constant flow of transparent, comprehensive and timely information, which allows decision-makers to govern and empowers citizens to hold their governments to account.

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5th Annual CABRI Seminar PDF Print Email

Strengthening Budget Practices in Africa

Strengthening budget practices is at the heart of CABRI's work. It is an essentiel element to better service delivery by the state and better development prospects. Across Africa, citizens are asking their governments to provide them with better services and often, this has to be done with limited resources. Developing a coherent framework for budget allocation and management is a continuous process, which takes account of both country circumstances and regional and international trends. In light of this, the seminar enabled senior budget officials to highlight budget reform priorities, gain a deeper understanding of how to undertake performance budgeting, find ways to integrate aid and PFM management and carefully appraise and manage capital projects across the continent.

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4th Annual CABRI Seminar PDF Print Email

Are we asking the right questions?
Embedding a medium term perspective in budgeting

Are we asking the right questions?In asking the right questions around the areas of the budget that take
several years to change, we are able to better understand and address
the country-specific complexities of moving from an annual to a multi-
year budget process. The seminar provided the intellectual space to investigate what lies beyond the introduction of an MTEF framework,
what building blocks are required and what obstacles should be
overcome for such a mechanism to ensure that decisions on the raising
of public resources and how they are allocated are taken in view of the
medium term impact and of these decisions.

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3rd Annual CABRI Seminar PDF Print Email

Bridging the gap: from policies to budget

Ensuring appropriate linkage of budgets to policies is a key challenge for all countries, especially those seeking to reform and strengthen their public expenditure management systems. The seminar addressed the key weaknesses that cause disparities between planning and budgeting systems in many African countries.

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2nd Annual CABRI Seminar PDF Print Email

Managing complexity: from fragmentation to coordination

2nd Post Seminar PublicationBudgeting involves the combination of multiple information sources, different perspectives and diverse interest groups, which all influence complex decisions. As government service delivery and financing modalities grow more complex, the demands on budget management tools and processes have increased under less favorable human resources environment and greater policy and financing uncertainty. The seminar provided a platform to investigate the institutional and technical mechanisms to manage the inherently complex and fragmented nature of budgeting.

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1st Annual CABRI Seminar PDF Print Email

2004 Budget Reform

altCABRI was launched in 2004 as an informal network of senior budget officials of ministries of finance and/or planning in Africa. This initiative first focus of discussions tackles the difficulties that African countries face in establishing realistic budgets, building budget credibility, implementing a medium term budget framework and improving the quality of expenditure. The seminar provided an opportunity for participants to discuss and share experiences on reform modalities that had been successful and those that have not been successful.

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