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It had been assigned to 21 staff members, including four who did not have the profile for the role, such as operations and programme officers and specialists. (...) Programmatic visits: The exception request did not include programmatic visits, which implied that the office thought it could do them. (...) These weaknesses were caused by insufficient management controls over grant utilization, and reduced the office’s accountability for donor agreements. Agreed action 10 (medium priority): The office agrees to strengthen resources management, including the
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Score: 498745.4 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...ountry-office-audit-report.pdf
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The Colombia country office also has a Private Sector Fundraising (PSFR) Unit which includes 18 staff positions. (...) The Colombia Country Office had a Internal Audit of the Colombia Country Office (2020/13) 16 Business Continuity Plan (BCP) that included provisions to ensure business continuity of the most critical processes, services and operations during and after set of events, including pandemic. (...) Low-priority actions, if any, are agreed with the regional-office management but are not included in the final report.
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Score: 498665.14 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...0Audit%20Report%20Colombia.pdf
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Agreed action 8 (high priority): The office agrees to strengthen planning for results, including the following steps: i. (...) Agreed action 9 (medium priority): The office agrees to strengthen field monitoring, including the following steps: i. (...) They include the RAM, through which offices make their results available across UNICEF.
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Score: 498662.84 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...0Audit%20Report%20Colombia.pdf
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Agreed action 3 (medium priority): The country office agrees to ensure that all the risks of operating in Belarus are included in the country’s risk assessment, that there are clear risk mitigation/management processes for each risk, and that key risks are linked to the management priorities included in the Office Management Plan. (...) During the second half of 2013, the office had prepared an assurance plan, including spot 9 The Supreme Audit Institution in a country is typically the Comptroller General, Auditor General or National Audit Office. (...) Low-priority actions, if any, are agreed with the regional- office management but are not included in the final report.
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Score: 498608.8 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...arus%20Country%20Office%20.pdf
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The scope of the audit in this area includes the following: • Supervisory structures, including advisory teams and statutory committees. • Identification of the country office’s priorities and expected results and clear communication thereof to staff and the host country. • Staffing structure and its alignment to the needs of the programme. • Performance measurement, including establishment of standards and indicators to which management and staff are held accountable. • Delegation of authorities and responsibilities to staff, including the provision of necessary guidance, holding staff accountable, and assessing their performance. • Risk management: the office’s approach to external and internal risks to achievement of its objectives. • Ethics, including encouragement of ethical behaviour, staff awareness of UNICEF’s ethical policies and zero tolerance of fraud, and procedures for reporting and investigating violations of those policies. (...) Security concerns noted in the receipt of mail donations and access to the fax machine were immediately addressed by the country office and therefore no related recommendations are included in this report. (...) Low-priority actions, if any, are agreed with the country- office management but are not included in the final report.
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Score: 498436.04 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...alaysia%20Country%20Office.pdf
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Responsible staff member: Regional Chief of Operations  Expected completion date: September 2013         Quality assurance mechanism  The UNICEF DRC office structure included a main office in Kinshasa and 13 zone offices.  (...) Responsible staff members: Deputy Representative and the Donor Relations and Reports Officer    Date action reported as completed by the country office: 30 June 2013      Planning of annual programme tasks  UNICEF  programme  officers  and  their  counterparts  in  the  implementing  partners,  both  Government and NGOs, should discuss and agree upon the tasks stemming from the activities  included in the approved multi‐year workplans.  (...) The  review  will  include  analysis  of  causes,  and  identification  of  alternatives to the practice based on accumulated knowledge and review of specific past cases in  the country office and other offices  in the region. 
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Score: 498087 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...20(DRC)%20Country%20Office.pdf
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Those seeking work however may apply directly to the Department of Labour, National Manpower Service (NMS) without registering at an employment office. Persons receiving invalidity benefits, however, are not included. (...) Persons seeking an industrial training placement through the employment office are included if they are entitled to benefit. (...) These young persons who thus do not need to register at the employment office; State retirement or old age pensioners; and persons with some form of minimal employment seeking other work are not included in the registered unemployment statistics.
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Score: 497995.7 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM4A/E/IE.html
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The Liaison Officer also had the opportunity to meet with two representatives of Amnesty International during a visit they made to Myanmar in early February. 3 The Liaison Officer visited locations on the road between Mandalay and the Chinese border at Muse (including stops at Hsipaw, Lashio and Muse). (...) In addition to these trips within Myanmar, the Liaison Officer also visited Bangkok and Chiang Mai from 29 November to 3 December in order to meet with representatives of non-governmental organizations working with refugees from Myanmar, including aid organizations and human rights organizations. 7. (...) Hla Min – senior in rank and also designated as being from the Office of Strategic Studies – had been included in the Committee since its establishment.
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Score: 497824.76 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...elm/gb/docs/gb286/pdf/gb-6.pdf
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The Liaison Officer also had the opportunity to meet with two representatives of Amnesty International during a visit they made to Myanmar in early February. 3 The Liaison Officer visited locations on the road between Mandalay and the Chinese border at Muse (including stops at Hsipaw, Lashio and Muse). (...) In addition to these trips within Myanmar, the Liaison Officer also visited Bangkok and Chiang Mai from 29 November to 3 December in order to meet with representatives of non-governmental organizations working with refugees from Myanmar, including aid organizations and human rights organizations. 7. (...) Hla Min – senior in rank and also designated as being from the Office of Strategic Studies – had been included in the Committee since its establishment.
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Score: 497824.76 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...elm/gb/docs/gb286/pdf/gb-6.pdf
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The office had established a structured induction programme for new staff, which included topics on ethics, and its implementation was systematically monitored. (...) UNICEF authorizing officers should, wherever possible, avoid including advances or progress payments in a contract or agreement. (...) Low-priority actions, if any, are agreed with the country- office management but are not included in the final report.
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Score: 497765.23 - https://www.unicef.org/auditan...ountry-office-audit-report.pdf
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