Audit of USAID/Madagascar’s Family Planning and Reproductive Health Activities.
Fiscal Year: 2011
In the recent past, USAID supplied 80 percent of the public sector’s contraceptive needs in Madagascar; however, a military coup in March 2009 forced USAID to reprogram contraceptive funds rapidly to the private sector, local NGOs, community health workers, and community associations. Because of these frequent changes, as well as a lack of leadership at the central level, Madagascar is at risk of losing recent gains in the use of modern family planning methods.
Actual funding for USAID/Madagascar family planning and reproductive health activities in FY 2009 was $12 million, and $14 million was requested for FY 2010.
This audit will determine whether USAID/Madagascar’s family planning and reproductive health activities are making family planning and reproductive health services more available. The audit will also determine whether the program results reported by USAID/Madagascar’s family planning and reproductive health activities are complete and accurate.
Source: Office of Inspector General - ANNUAL PLAN - FISCAL YEAR 2011
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