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  • Bid Process Complete - Study to develop mortality tables

    Reference is made to our Request for Proposals to conduct a Study on the Development of Mortality Tables we published on our website from August to October 2017. Following the closure of the advertisement we received proposals from five (5) firms, namely; Comarton Consultants (Pvt) Ltd, Stalwart Actuarial Consultants, Viewpoint Advisors , Maos (Pvt) Ltd, and Callund Consulting Limited. Please click here for details of the advert closure.

     
  • World Bank sets aside US$40m for Zim projects

    The World Bank has set aside US$40 million for the Zimbabwe Reconstruction Fund (ZIMREF) aimed at upgrading infrastructural and technical oriented projects.

    The programme which is already being rolled out has seen the global banking institution availing US$10 million to Zimbabwe.

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  • Economic policy should be guided by research: World Bank

    By Tawanda Musarurwa

    News Update as @ 1530 hours, Thursday 09 November 2017

    HARARE – Economic policy formulation should be guided by research if economies in the region are going to experience inclusive growth, World Bank country manager for Zimbabwe Rosemary Mukami Kariuki has said.

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  • PRESS RELEASE - 2017 MEFMI RESEARCH AND POLICY SEMINAR

    MEFMI will be holding its Annual Research and Policy Seminar at Rainbow Towers Hotel in Harare Zimbabwe on Thursday 9 November 2017.

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  • Gender Analysis of Public Budgets Important for Equitable Use of Resources

    swaziland convention centre

    A national budget is one of government's central instruments of economic management, reflecting the values and strategies of a country. Successful development depends largely on the efficiency, integrity and effectiveness with which the state raises, manages and expends public resources.

    The national budget has three main functions, which can be summarised as allocation of public goods and services (which is where public expenditure traditional gender-responsive budgeting focuses), the distribution of income and wealth and the promotion of economic growth and stability.  Limited resources at the state level make it imperative that innovative approaches to the allocation of existing resources be employed.

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  • WEAK INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORKS HAMPERING PAYMENT SYSTEMS OVERSIGHT

     

    Payment systems oversight and regulation in the MEFMI region is constantly changing due to dynamics in the financial markets, economic reforms, and complex demands by the market on the use of various payment system products.  Central banks face innumerable challenges in supervising their payment systems to ensure safety and efficiency in the financial system.

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  • Regional Integration and Trade (E-Learning)


    Venue: Online
    Dates: 16 October – 17 November 2017
    Duration: 5 weeks
    Background
    This 5 (five) week course is designed to enhance the knowledge and analytical capacity of
    policy-makers, academics and researchers in the area of regional integration, with a
    comparative focus on Eastern and Southern Africa. This is in light of the challenges still
    faced in the region related to implementation of the integration agenda such as issues of over-
    lapping memberships, capacity and financing constraints.

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