Economic Policy Management African Network
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Brief EPMAN History


Training programs in Economic Policy Management has been initiated by the World Bank Institute (WBI) and the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF) and relocated in 1998 at four carefully selected African universities: Cocody-Abidjan, Cote Ivoire to cover the French-speaking West Africa, Makerere in Uganda for Eastern Africa English, Accra, Ghana for Anglophone West Africa and Yaoundé II in Cameroon to Central African francophone countries Great Lakes and the Indian Ocean.


Since 2004, with the advent of EPM Training program at University of Zambia in Lusaka, Eduardo Mondlane in Maputo, Mozambique and the University of Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo, the seven training programs in Economic Policy Management are forming a network to share their experiences and increase their effectiveness.


The network has took the name of Economic Policy Management African Network Program (EPMAN) and its constitution was adopted in Abidjan in 2007.


The goal of these programs is to substantially increase the critical mass of African experts in professional management of economic policy in order to significantly improve the quality of decision-making in administrations on the continent.

Partners

ACBF
The African Capacity Building Foundation
 
WBI
The World Bank Institute - Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program
 
CERDI
Programme de formation en Gestion de la Politique Economique
 
Columbia University
Program in Economic Policy Management
 
GRIPS - Saitama University
Program in Public Finance for Taxation Policy and Management
 
Harvard University
Program in Public Administration in International Development
 
Keio University
Program in Taxation Policy and Management
 
University of Tsukuba
International Political Economy Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences
 
Yokohama National University
Infrastructure Management Program
 

EPMAN

A capacity building initiative sub saharan African




   

Contact

EPMAN Permanant Secretariat
P.O. Box: 1792 Yaounde Cameroon
Tel: 237 22 23 84 36
Fax: 237 22 23 84 28
Web site: www.gpeyaounde.org
Email: infos@gpeyaounde.org
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