Audit of USAID/Pakistan’s Community Rehabilitation Infrastructure Support Program.
Fiscal Year: 2011
USAID/Pakistan signed a $149.7 million cooperative agreement in February 2009 with Winrock International to implement the Community Rehabilitation Infrastructure Support Program. The program has two main objectives: (1) promoting energy efficiency and conservation practices to reduce energy demand and improve the delivery of basic human services, and (2) building the capacity of public sector organizations to better address the needs of the energy sector to increase supply and reduce demand.
Under the first objective, the program focuses on initiatives to mitigate the economic effects of power shortages by reducing the overall demand for power and using best practices in power rationing. Under the second objective, the program focuses on improving the performance of 300 selected energy officials (150 men and 150 women) at multiple levels of government and in public institutions, universities, and committees. Most program activities are in rural areas.
This audit will determine whether USAID/Pakistan’s Community Rehabilitation Infrastructure Support Program is constructing and renovating community infrastructure to improve the delivery of basic human services, such as education, health care, water supply, sanitation, electricity, and transportation, as well as promoting economic growth in rural Pakistan.
Source: Office of Inspector General - ANNUAL PLAN - FISCAL YEAR 2011
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