To meet the constant need for regional training programs, in July 2010, the advisory group members have unanimously approved the continuation of the FRTI and have recommended possible training topics for 2011. The TA will serve as phase 3 in the implementation of the FRTI. This phase will focus on reviewing the advisory groups strategic directions; strengthening the capacity of financial supervision and regulation; improving FRTI methods in implementing the training programs, based on the results of the independent evaluation study; upgrading the FRTI website; and ensuring the long-term financial sustainability of the current framework.
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