Financial Accountability and Transparency-Africa

Public Sector Financial Management (PSFM) is at the heart of how governments translate public resources into development results. It is used by governments to mobilize, allocate and account spending for public finances.

Weak PSFM systems in developing countries have been identified among the major constraints bedeviling on delivering services to the public

You are welcome to Fat-Africa


Ready to fight for a FAT-Africa

FAT-Future is the Youth Advocacy wing of FAT-Africa.

FAT is an acronym for Financial Accountability and Transparency.

FAT-Africa is a Civil Society Organization and a Think Tank that advocates and promotes Good Financial Governance. Our mission is to be a center of competence and knowledge based platform with the aim of creating an enabling climate to nurture a culture of efficient public sector and financial management principles in Africa.

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The Ghana Integrity Initiator (GII), the local chapter of Transparency International has published on abridged version of the audit findings and observations of the Auditor General in five selected ministries and highlights of financial irregularities uncovered in the audit report of those ministries for the year 2009, 2010 and 2011.

Inaugural Baah-Wiredu Memorial Lecture


Transparency and Accountability in the management of public funds remain a challenge hampering the achievement of development goals in our country and in many African countries. This growing challenge requires an in-depth understanding of the complexities of public financial mechanisms as well as management and leadership practices.