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Score: 892774.9 - https://www.unicef.org/supply/ensuring-quality
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This is a risk-based framework in which office carry out micro-assessment to determine the financial and procurement management capacities of particular partners, and use the results to determine amount and frequency assurance activities. The latter include programmatic visits that assess progress of activities and report any constraints, spot checks of the partner’s financial management, and audits. (...) Also, programmatic visits required by the programme documents were not included in the assurance plan. (...) Assurance activity tracking: The country office maintained an assurance activity tracking sheet that compiled information and recommendations resulting from audits, programme visits and spot checks.
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Score: 890540.7 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...Report-Jordan-audit-report.pdf
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It should also be used to determine the type and frequency of assurance activities, including spot checks, programmatic visits, and audits that will be needed for UNICEF to obtain adequate assurance that the cash provided to that partner has been used as intended. (...) The audit noted the following. Scheduling of assurance activity: For spot checks, offices did strive to use the partners’ risk rating (as determined by the micro-assessments, or assumed high risk) to select and schedule programmatic visits. (...) But the assurance plans did not reflect this requirement for additional programmatic visits.
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Score: 884701.7 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...ACT-at-UNICEF-audit-report.pdf
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When on 13 November 2009 the Regional Director visited JMOC, he was presented with this report orally and in writing. (...) She got a reply on 6 December 2010 from FS telling her that what AM told her about her contract extension in September still stood and that they would talk when she visited JMOC the following week and finalize things during that visit. 38. FS and AM visited Jerusalem on 13-16 December 2010. During this visit they met with various Israeli Ministers, the United Nations Resident Coordinator and held an all-staff meeting. 39.
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Score: 884378.4 - www.un.org/en/internalj...dt/judgments/undt-2014-128.pdf
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The audit team reviewed the quality of HACT audits and programmatic visits, two major components of the assurance plan. (...) However, the office had not considered how this might change in the risk profile of these three partners, or appropriately adjusted the frequency of assurance activities— particularly with respect to programmatic visits— in its risk-based assurance plan. (...) Ensure micro-assessments and programmatic visits are properly carried out to generate the required assurance over the use of funds and the activities being funded. ii.
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Score: 877235 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...Mali%20Country%20Office%20.pdf
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Further, a review of the assurance plan for 2015 showed that it omitted 13 planned programmatic visits and nine spot checks that should have been done, according to the HACT criteria. (...) The office did have an in-house report format for follow-up actions programmatic visits and spot checks. However, the audit found that the recommendations issued had been followed up for only 22 out of 77 assurance activity reports during 2015. (...) Assign accountabilities and establish follow-up mechanisms for recommendations stemming from spot checks and programmatic visits. Responsible staff members: Quality Assurance Officer and Deputy Representative Date by which action will be taken: April 2017 Programme monitoring Programme monitoring is meant to provide assurance that results reported by the partner are accurate.
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Score: 874728.1 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...ountry-Office-audit-report.pdf
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The audit found that a large number of programmatic visits had not been implemented, resulting in insufficient assurance that expected results had been achieved. (...) The office was unable to complete the majority of its planned programmatic visits mainly due to the COVID-19 pandemic that restricted the movement of staff, and because high-risk assurance activities were not prioritized. (...) In exceptional cases when programme visits cannot be carried out, it should minimize the assurance risk through the application of appropriate compensating procedures. ii.
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Score: 872293.2 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...20Kenya%20Country%20Office.pdf
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My delegation therefore wishes to assure you of our full cooperation and support during the deliberations at this session, and of our commitment to seek consensus in an outcome that will guide us towards sustainable development that leaves no one behind. Allow me to assure you and all distinguished delegates of my government’s continued commitment to the full implementation of the ICPD Programme of Action, the Key Actions for its further implementation, as well as the Addis Ababa Declaration on Population and Development in Africa beyond 2014. (...) Off course it also presents an opportunity to visit my beautiful country! I thank you
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Score: 866800.3 - https://www.un.org/development...2017_cpd50_south-africa_en.pdf
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Programmatic monitoring visits: According to the HACT assurance plan, by September 2020 the office had exceeded the number of required visits for the year. (...) This may reduce the consistency and timeliness of follow-up, reducing overall assurance on results. Similarly, for programmatic visits, the office acknowledged that the challenge was to ensure that all visit reports were recorded and uploaded in eTools, action points assigned, and actions taken to close the action point. (...) These include programmatic visits under HACT (see observation HACT assurance activities, above).
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Score: 855822 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...20Sudan%20Country%20Office.pdf
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The results of a micro- assessment should determine the level and frequency of assurance activities used with that partner. These include programmatic visits to review progress on funded activities. (...) The office had 380 implementing partners in the HACT assurance plan for 2018. A minimum of 578 programmatic monitoring visits and 208 spot-check were foreseen for 2018. (...) The implications of not completing the required assurance visits was that the office could not fully ensure that cash transfers were used for the agreed purposes.
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Score: 852636.3 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...it-Report-DRC-audit-report.pdf
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