Debt Management and Financial Analysis System (DMFAS)Displaying results 1 - 10 of 20
Improving debt management in Mauritania
12 Jul 2023
UNCTAD and its partners help equip the African nation with the tools and knowledge to better manage its public debt and enhance transparency.
UNCTAD supports Palestinian institutions to improve economic planning
16 Jun 2023
Palestinian professionals and policymakers equipped to use UNCTAD’s updated model for economic policy planning.
World leaders call for stronger multilateral solutions to debt crisis
5 Dec 2022
Amid cascading crises and inequalities, developing countries face major challenges with a complex creditor base as borrowing burdens increase and risks of debt distress grow.
UNCTAD supports Palestine to update its debt management system
19 Aug 2022
A new technical assistance project will modernize the Palestinian debt management system and train officials.
New deal to boost debt management in Eastern and Southern Africa
20 Jul 2022
Renewed partnership will help governments in the region produce and publish reliable, comprehensive and timely debt information.
Helping Chad strengthen public debt management
25 Feb 2022
A new UNCTAD project will help the African nation upgrade its debt management system and improve its capacity to record, monitor and report on public finances.
Donors renew support for UNCTAD's work on debt management
21 Jan 2021
New funding will boost efforts to help developing countries better manage soaring debt levels and the resulting economic vulnerability, particularly in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 is a matter of life and debt, global deal needed
23 Apr 2020
The coronavirus pandemic hits developing countries at a time when they have already been struggling with unsustainable debt burdens for many years, as well as with rising health needs. UNCTAD calls for $1 trillion in debt relief.
Soaring debt burden threatens global goals, experts warn
21 Nov 2019
Concerted and urgent multilateral action is needed to release developing countries from current debt traps.