DMF offers various peer-to-peer learning programs to serve as an impetus for successful reform implementation. These include the Debt Manager Practitioners’ Program (DMPP), the DMF Stakeholders' Forum, and the Debt Manager’s Network, which provide opportunities for countries to share learnings and experiences with peers and hear how other countries have tackled the similar challenges, use lessons learned, and apply them in their own country context.
For further information about any Peer-to-Peer learning program please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
"The decision to join the Debt Management Practitioners’ Program (DMPP) program proved to be one of the best decisions I have made for my career progression. Prior to coming to Washington, D.C., I set my goal to build an expertise in working with the MTDS tool. After completing the program, I became fully equipped to prepare, implement and review the debt management strategy in my home country (Tonga).”
Aivi Sapele Fakahua is Chief accountant and Supervisor, Debt Management Unit, Ministry of Finance, Tonga.
“The program that I attended at the World Bank was quite helpful to me to grasp the latest knowledge with regards to debt management and best international practices…. I think my country and myself both benefitted from the program that I attended.“
Yasantha Weerasinghe, Deputy Superintendent in the Public Debt Department of the Central Bank of Sri Lanka- 2018 DMF Forum
|Past DMF Stakeholder Forums|