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Public Expenditure Review Training

Public expenditure

The main objective of Public Expenditure Review training is to increase the capacity of policy makers and finance managers of Caribbean Small Island Developing States (SIDS) to apply the methods and procedures for better monitoring and forecasting of public expenditure and revenue. This will be achieved through a series of integrated activities including specialized research, knowledge, and capacity building activities (seminars and workshops), technical advice, and upgrading of public finance management systems.

The training is expected to have a positive outcome on the efficiency of public finance management in Caribbean countries, ultimately helping them to improve their debt ratio and contribute to a more stable economic environment and social development.

Responsibility for the implementation of the training rests with the ECLAC Subregional Headquarters for the Caribbean, which will work with the support of the Instituto Latinamericano y del Caribe de Planificacion Economica y Social (ILPES).


Clients previously served: 

  • Public Sector officers of Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Belize, and Saint Kitts and Nevis


National Budget Offices Public sector technocrats from the Ministry of Finance Public sector technocrats from the Ministry of Education Public sector technocrats from the Ministry of Health


Increased knowledge and skills of public finance managers in managing and forecasting public expenditure and revenue. Improved public finance management systems to facilitate sustainable revenue and expenditure management operations.


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