Public Financial Management (PFM) is concerned with aspects of resource mobilisation and expenditure management in the public sector.
It looks at the set of laws, rules, systems and processes that guide and govern resource mobilisation and expenditure.
Proper management of public funds, budget process, internal controls and decisions that result in the procurement of goods and services utilizing of public funds.
Deals with planning, organizing, directing and controlling the public funds.
The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) is seriously concerned with negative effect of the 2019 Mid-Term Fiscal Policy Review and Supplementary Budget State
NANGO held a multi-stakeholder Indaba on Understanding the Process and Implementation of the Africa Governance Architecture (AGA) and Africa Charter for Democracy, Election and Governance (ACDEG).
As the indaba addressed a myriad of issues, leaders of organisations championing disability inclusion expressed concern at the exclusion of disability sector in governance and election processes.