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Monitoring of budgets and tracking expenditure for health and HIV/AIDS in Africa
18 June 2007 - 30 June 2007
The Centre for Economic Governance and AIDS in Africa (CEGAA) and the International Budget Project (IBP)
Venue: Still to be confirmed
Contact person: Teresa Guthrie:

The Centre for Economic Governance and AIDS in Africa (CEGAA) and the International Budget Project (IBP), kindly sponsored by the FORD Foundation, are offering a two-week training to civil society organizations (NGOs)/ research agencies in Monitoring of budgets and tracking expenditure for health and HIV/AIDS.

The training is to take place from the 18th to the 30th June 2007. The venue is still to be confirmed.

The training will include, and builds on, the important budget monitoring training done by the IBP in many African countries, and will also provide participants with advanced skills in the tracking of actual expenditures in health and HIV/AIDS. In addition, it will develop budget advocacy skills, enabling the research findings to have impact and bring about the required change. By the end of the workshop, participants will have clear project Terms of Reference and the skills required to begin their monitoring projects.

After the training, CEGAA will provide technical support to participating organizations, so as to ensure the fruitful outcome of the research and advocacy projects.

There will be three countries from each of the North, East and Southern African regions included - based upon their expressed interest and need for such work. Unfortunately there can only be two participants from each country.

If you/your organization might be interested in participating in the training and in undertaking this type of project after the training, then please answer the following questions and return to CEGAA () as soon as possible.

  1. Your name (and those of any colleagues who would also be interested in your organization)
  2. Your organization and country of operation
  3. Your contact email, telephone and fax number
  4. Your position
  5. Your current work activities
  6. Describe any previous or current budget monitoring activities (these do not need to be health or HIV/AIDS specific) that you have been involved in
  7. Describe any previous or current budget monitoring/expenditure tracking for health or HIV/AIDS activities that have been done in your country
  8. Explain why you are interested in budget monitoring and expenditure tracking for health and HIV/AIDS
  9. Identify possible potential projects you could undertake in this area
  10. Identify the key partners you would bring on board in this process (and provide contact details)
  11. Provide your CV.
We look forward to hearing of your interest at your earliest convenience. We are also interested to hear of similar activities, so as to avoid duplication, but to rather strengthen efforts.

Please forward this call for interest as widely as possible.

The final selection of countries, organizations and participants remains the prerogative of CEGAA and IBP.


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