DMFAS newsletter Spring 2022

Welcoming Guinea to the DMFAS community

As of April 2022, Ministry of Economy, Finance and Planning (MEFP) of the Republic of Guinea joined the Debt Management and Financial Analysis System (DMFAS) community and started using DMFAS 6 for managing its public debt. Continue reading.

DMFAS 6 at the Central Bank of the Philippines

Within the ongoing technical cooperation project between DMFAS and the Central Bank of the Philippines, a remote debt data validation workshop, the mid-term evaluation and a remote debt statistics workshop were conducted during the 1st quarter of 2022. Continue reading.

Successful online DMFAS training for Gabon

In the framework of a long-term support project with the Ministry of Finance (MoF) of Gabon, the DMFAS Programme organized two online training workshops in the last quarter of 2021. Continue reading.

Helping Chad strengthen public debt management

A new UNCTAD project was signed to help Chad upgrade its debt management system and improve its capacity to record, monitor and report on public finances. Continue reading.

Ethiopia online debt portfolio analysis workshop

Debt officials from the Ministry of Finance of Ethiopia successfully completed an ambitious online workshop in Debt Portfolio Analysis and Debt Statistics from 14 to 23 February 2022. Continue reading.

Egypt DMFAS 6 customized training for key DMFAS users: highlight on a user

UNCTAD hosted a customized key-person training in DMFAS 6 from 21 to 25 February 2022, in Geneva.  The Ministry delegation included six persons, comprised staff from the Middle/Front Office, Back Office and two IT Experts. Highlight on a DMFAS user.  Continue reading.

DMFAS upcoming events

  • May: Lao P.D.R. DMFAS 6 technical training
  • May-June: Guinea support to database creation 
  • May-June: Lao P.D.R. final project evaluation mission
  • June: Mauritania DMFAS 6 technical training and basic functional training

Consult DMFAS  forthcoming activities in the DMFAS website.

This newsletter is produced by the DMFAS Programme with the support of the following donors: Germany, Ireland, the Netherlands, Switzerland and the European Commission