Aid Data Management

Pretoria
14 October to 25 October
Pretoria
11 November to 22 November
Pretoria
16 December to 20 December
Kigali -Rwanda
9 December to 20 December
Kigali -Rwanda
18 November to 29 November
Overview: 

The major objective of the Aid Data Management (ADM) workshop is to provide participants with an understanding of Financial Aid Disbursements Data from a variety of Donor Agencies. This course seeks to impart knowledge and skills in the gathering and handling of aid information for decision making

Participants need to keep themselves abreast with funding trends on some of the donor organisations globally with regards to official development assistance (ODA), perform analysis of reduce inflows due to a lower level of loan disbursements, understand the basis’ methodology to allow for comparison of ODA levels over time. Of importance are strategic priorities and donor development and focus on interlinkages between sectors (such as development, peace, and humanitarian assistance), increasing effectiveness of development assistance by increasing country ownership, and combining traditional financing with private-sector and domestic resources.

In this training workshop, ATI will focus on the mechanics behind funding allocations, how funds are set within the multiannual financial framework (MFF), and the Development Cooperation Instrument (DCI) is currently the key instruments for the ODA to developing countries. This workshop will equip our esteemed delegates in decision making with regards to managing budgets, administering donor funds, accountability and the strategic implementation  

Target Audience: 

The course is designed for professionals in the public sector or in government working with governmental and non-governmental organisations in the area of Administration, financial Aid Data and information Systems

Course Outcomes: 

Upon completing this workshop, the delegates should be able to:

 

  • Collect and decipher Aid Data for the purpose of managing and handling donor funds and programs implementation
  • Understand the uses ‘aid data’ for decision making and appreciate the importance of Aid Data to the organization
  • Using different sources of aid data either from development agency publications to manage donor disbursements
  • Leverage on Aid Information for domestic public financing through blending for development projects
  • Understand information requirement of different stakeholder groups to assist user-centered approaches to aid finance
  • Institute accountability and build interest in increased usage of data on aid finance among key stakeholder groups