Paul Lambers, a Belgian national, is a trilingual expert (fluent English and French, fair Spanish) with over 15 years of experience in Public Finance Management in developing and Eastern European countries.
Since 2003 until today he worked in Burundi, Uganda, Rwanda, DRC, South Sudan, Cameroon, Burkina Faso and Morocco. He advised on formulation of public finance reform programmes and development of financial and institutional support programmes as well as prepared and monitored PEFA evaluations of PFM systems for the EU, the World Bank and the ADB.
From 2001 to 2002 he performed as a technical advisor to the Ministry of Finance and Economic Management of Vanuatu on public finance management systems and -controls (budget preparation and monitoring, and coordination of external financing) – He also prepared for the IMF missions to Vanuatu.
Between 1989 and 1999 he implemented a large number of short-term assignments in Eastern European countries predominantly within the EU TACIS programme: Russia, Moldova, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan and the FYROM.