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Audit of USAID/Honduras’s Democracy and Governance Activities

Country: Honduras
Fiscal Year: 2009
Agency: USAID
Audit Report Available: No

In 2007, Transparency International ranked Honduras the lowest of any Central American country in its annual corruption perception index. Instances of gang-related violence are on the rise, but weaknesses in the judicial system produce lengthy pretrial detentions, a lack of due process, and harsh prison conditions. USAID/Honduras received approximately $13 million to fund its democracy and governance program from FY 2006 through FY 2008. Activities under this program are designed to reinforce judicial independence, ensure access to justice, promote participation of civil society organizations, and support transparency and anticorruption activities.

This audit will (1) determine whether planned results are being achieved, (2) assess the program’s impact, and (3) examine the completeness and accuracy of the mission’s reporting on the program.

Source:  Office of Inspector General ANNUAL PLAN FISCAL YEAR 2009

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