The seven universities sheltering the programs, the seven African EPM programmes, financial backers such as the ACBF, the institute of the World Bank (WBI), all other funding institutions, the EPM trainees, alumni and students of programmes are members of the EPMAN. The quality of member gets lost by resignation.
African EPM were transferred from the University of McGill and The Centre d'Etudes et de Recherche sur le Développement Internationnal, in 1998 with the support of the ACBF and the WBI. This initiative was meant to endow local universities with the capacity to undertake high level professional training in Economic Policy Management. It is expected that these universities develop an appropriation strategy to ensure the programs sustainability and contribute more efficiently to the continent's economic development. With 120 scholars every 18 months, admissions to EPM Yaounde, Abidjan, Kinshasa, Accra, Maputo, Makerere and Lusaka is very competitive.
The African Capacity Building Foundation
The World Bank Institute - Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program
Programme de formation en Gestion de la Politique Economique
Program in Economic Policy Management
|GRIPS - Saitama University
Program in Public Finance for Taxation Policy and Management
Program in Public Administration in International Development
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