CESS Institute has been awarded a contract from the World Bank to conduct a review of Haiti Financial Situation and Public Expenditure Effectiveness 2015-2016 for the Superior Court of Auditors and Administrative Litigation (CSCCA).
The main objective of this assignment is to strengthen institutional and human resource capacity to analyze, forecast and report on key macroeconomic developments. The expected outcome is to improve provide an assessment on the quality of public spending in 2015-16READMORE
CESS Institute has been awarded a contract by the World Bank to provide macroeconomic assistance to support the modernization of Public Finance Management (PFM) in Myanmar for the Ministry of Planning and Finance (MOPF).
The main objective of this assignment is to strengthen institutional and human resource capacity to analyze, forecast and report on key macroeconomic developments. The expected outcome is to improve the frequency and quality of economic reporting that informs policy discussions across government and helps strengthen linkages between planning and budgeting.READMORE
CESS Institute has been awarded a contract from the African Development Bank (AfDB) to undertake Studies of the Legal, Fiscal, and Economic Environment of Business in Mali. The main objective of this project is to improve the investment environment by strengthening the Investment Promotion Agency, the Directorate General of Taxation and National Directorate for Estate and Land Registry.READMORE
CESS Institute has been awarded a contract from UN Rwanda to perform the Mid Term Review of the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) for UN Coordination Office.
The main purpose of this assignment were to:
CESS Institute has been requested by the Government of Lesotho to assess the implementation of the Lesotho National Strategic Development Plan (NSDP 2012-17). This assessment report reviewed progress, identified the challenges and gaps towards the implementation, acknowledged impacts of the plan on Lesotho and reflected on lessons to be learned from this process. This evidence based review was being carried out as a mean to understand the strengths and weaknesses of NSDP and utilize this knowledge to scope out the parameters and needs of a second National Development Plan NSDP2.
This assessment took place from October to December 2016.
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