Audit of USAID’s Social Marketing and Behavior Change Interventions for HIV/AIDS, Reproductive & Sexual Health, and Child Survival Project in Cambodia.
Fiscal Year: 2011
Audit Report Available: Yes
Thirty years of conflict and subsequent famine have devastated Cambodia’s infrastructure, human resources, and cultural traditions. Despite significant developmental gains and economic growth over the last decade, Cambodia’s economic and health indicators remain among the worst in the region. Between 40 and 50 percent of Cambodians continue to live on less than $1 per day. Only half of the country has access to basic health services, and rural communities, where roughly 84 percent of Cambodia’s 13.1 million people live, are disproportionately underserved.
To help combat these problems, in February 2008 USAID/Cambodia initiated implementation of the Social Marketing and Behavior Change Interventions for HIV/AIDS, Reproductive & Sexual Health and Child Survival Project. The $15.9 million health project’s goal is to improve the health of poor and vulnerable Cambodians through increasing the consistent and correct use of high-quality essential health products and services among priority at-risk populations.
This audit will determine whether USAID’s Social Marketing and Behavior Change Interventions for HIV/AIDS, Reproductive & Sexual Health and Child Survival in Cambodia Project is improving health for poor and vulnerable Cambodians.
Source: Office of Inspector General - ANNUAL PLAN - FISCAL YEAR 2011
AUDIT REPORT NO. 5-442-11-006-P MARCH 31, 2011
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