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Fellows Graduation Graced by Ambassadors
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MEFMI conducted an Assessment of Candidate Fellows for graduation and an assessment of graduated fellows for accreditation from 25 to 27 July 2011. A total of 19 Fellows of whom seven or 37% were female were assessed for graduation.  The Fellows represented seven MEFMI countries (Kenya, Lesotho, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe). Eight (8) Fellows – all male - from six MEFMI countries (Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe) were accredited.

Early Problem Bank Resolution - Key to Financial Sector Stability
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The recent financial crisis demonstrated the need for financial sector regulation and surveillance to pay greater attention to the forces that contribute to the build-up of systemic risk. To this end, central banks and other financial sector authorities in the MEFMI region are devoting considerable effort to developing early warning systems, stress tests, contingency plans, problem bank resolution frameworks and macroprudential supervision instruments. For maximum impact, these initiatives must be accompanied by strong capacity building and development and effective governance arrangements.
Remittances Statistics in Rwanda: Increasing their Impact on Economic Development and Poverty Reduct
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At the request of the National Bank of Rwanda, a demand assessment (DA) mission on worker’s remittances organised and funded by MEFMI visited Kigali, Rwanda during the period 11 to 18 May 2011. The mission was conducted by Mr. Kenneth Alpha Egesa as the Lead Consultant, and Mr. Jean Baptiste Havugimana, a MEFMI Programme Officer in the Macroeconomic Management Programme.
Debt Forum Highlights Achievements From Decades of Debt Relief
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In the aftermath of the debt crisis of the 1980s, several bilateral donors initiated innovative programs of providing debt relief to poor, highly indebted developing countries.

Mr Mabika Joins MEFMI as Director, Macroeconomic Management Program
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Mr Sydney  Mabika joined MEFMI on 1 June 2011 as the Director, Macroeconomic Management Program.  He holds a Bachelor of Science Honours Degree in Economics from the University of Zimbabwe and a Masters Degree in Money, Banking and Finance from the University of Birmingham in the United Kingdom.
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