The Modernizing Foreign Assistance Network and
the United States Agency for International Development invite you to…
Implementation and Procurement Reform:
The Liberian Perspective
Minister Amara Mohamed Konneh, Liberia’s Minister of Finance and Economic Planning
Steve Radelet, USAID Chief Economist
Introductory remarks by:
George Ingram, MFAN Co-Chair
Tuesday, April 24th
2:00 – 3:00 pm
National Press uilding, 529 14th St NW, 7th Floor
Please join MFAN and USAID for a discussion on Implementation and Procurement Reform from a partner country perspective. Given the role of country ownership in current aid reform efforts, this is an opportunity to discuss government-to-government partnerships and IPR-related issues from this important perspective.
Please RSVP by Monday, April 25th to firstname.lastname@example.org
*Space is limited*
About Minister Amara Mohamed Konneh: In 2008, Amara Mohamed Konneh was sworn in as the 16th Minister of Planning and Economic Affairs of the Republic of Liberia. He joined the Ministry of Planning and Economic Affairs (MPEA) after serving as Deputy Minister of State for Policy and Communications. Before that, Minister Konneh spent more than a decade working with development foundations and as a policy and financial systems analyst at the Vanguard Group of Investment Companies in Pennsylvania, United States. Minister Konneh is a core member of President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s Economic Management Team and is the coordinator of Liberia’s development strategy.