Activities

The Institute's areas of core competence are:

  • Debt management;
  • Financial sector management;
  • Macroeconomic management;
  • Research and Consultancy.
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OVERVIEW OF COURSE / PROGRAMMES OF ACTIVITIES EXECUTED (1997 - March 2017)

From 1997 – March 2017, WAIFEM made a total of 590 capacity building interventions in pursuit of its mandate.  Of these events, 504 or 85.4 percent represented knowledge and skills upgrading through training courses/workshop/seminars while 86 or 14.6 percent represented missions (needs assessment and follow-up) and other capacity building-related activities, such as progress review meetings and impact assessment surveys/studies. A total of 16,086 participants benefited from the programme. 
Of the total 16,086 participants that benefited from programmes executed, Nigeria accounted for 6,651 or 41.4 percent, Ghana 3,058 or 19.0 percent, and Sierra Leone 2,223 or 13.8 percent.  The number of participants from The Gambia was 2,375 or 14.8 percent of the attendees; socio-political situation in Liberia adversely influenced its low participation rate of 1245 or 7.7 percent of the total.  Non-regional participants began to take advantage of the existence of the Institute with them accounting for 534 attendees or 3.3 percent (See Graphs and Table  1 below for additional details)

Participation by CountriesParticipation by Institutions

Participation in WAIFEM Activities

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