March 9, 2016Michael Sutherland-Shaw
With more than 100 people in attendance, it was a great night for FreeBalance as we officially opened the Regional Training & Capacity Building Centre in Managua, Nicaragua on Tuesday.
Under the night skies, Manuel Pietra, President and CEO of FreeBalance helped our customers throughout Latin America take another step towards building capacity to support PFM reform and modernization.
“Building human capacity to meet government needs is possibly the most important consideration in making governance programs and initiatives success and sustainable,” said Pietra. “We’re excited by this initiative and look forward to supporting growth and development in Nicaragua and the region.”
On Wednesday, FreeBalance made headlines across Managua with local newspapers, websites and TV stations taking notice of the great impact we are having in the city, country and across Latin America.
— FreeBalance (@freebalance) March 9, 2016
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