Regional Forum for Capacity Development
It is CBCs ambition to create a space for exchange of ideas about current strategic issues affecting regional organizations, and explore
workable solutions, involving all relevant stakeholders. The Regional Forum will also continue to focus on increased coordination of INTOSAI-
wide efforts aimed at addressing the current regional capacity development challenges.
See the INTOSAI Framework for Regional Professionalism here: INTOSAI Framework for Regional Professionsalism 2016.
Regional Organizations promote INTOSAI’s goals regionally, thus
providing members with opportunities of professional and
technical cooperation on a regional basis. The INTOSAI
Governing Board has recognized the following seven Regional
Organizations: INTOSAI Regions.
The CBC therefore established a regional community of practice – the Regional Forum for Capacity Development – to share and address issues relating to regional capacity development and regional professionalism at a cross-regional and strategic level to promote regional strength and professionalism.
INTOSAI-Regions Coordination Platform
The second meeting of the INTOSAI-Regions Coordination Platform will take place in Cape Town, South Africa, on 22-23 May, 2019.
Documents - Progress reports
Minutes of meetings
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Please find below the latest issur of the AFROSAI-E Bulletin full of interesting reading - not least about the approaching Technical Update conference; SAIs making a meaningful contribution to the SDGs; the importance of SAIs commenting on exposure drafts; and reports...
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Read about the upcoming Technical Conference taking place 17-18 October; furthermore - training programmes, online-courses and workshops in the active AFROSAI-E region. You'll find it here: AFROSAI-E Bulletin 8 of 2022 Enjoy!
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Call for volunteers to contribute to the quality of INTOSAI's standards FIPP is a multicultural group composed of 16 expert members from across the SAI community, who voluntarily dedicate time and expertise to contribute to ensuring clear, relevant, and robust...