Follow-Up Audit of USAID/Guyana's Progress in Implementing the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief
USAID/Guyana require its contractors to develop and implement written procedures for subgrantees' work plans that include approved targets tied to USAID/Guyana's HIV/AIDS program's overall targets.
USAID/Guyana require its contractors to develop and implement a written plan that includes procedures for monitoring subgrantees and for confirming that results are accurate and supported by source documentation.
USAID/Guyana provide and document training and administrative guidance to the Ministry of Health in preparing support documentation that requires the submission of accurate, well-documented results, and
USAID/Guyana report any limitations on data quality when reporting results from the Ministry of Health.
USAID/Guyana provide training to its subgrantees regarding the appropriate methodology to use to calculate and report their results for outreach activities to avoid double-counting and
USAID/Guyana request written reclarification from the Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator regarding the use of mass-media efforts for outreach results reporting.
USAID/Guyana require its institutional contractor, Community Support and Development Services, Inc., to establish and document a standard code of conduct for all subgrantees with activities affecting orphans and vulnerable children, outlining appropriate and inappropriate conduct in dealing with children in the program.
USAID/Guyana, in the fiscal year 2010 subagreements, include provisions and minimum requirements for cost-sharing contributions.