Audit of USAID/Nepal’s Hariyo Ban Program
USAID/Nepal work with World Wildlife Fund to increase the final target for Hectares of biodiverse area under improved management to reflect an ambitious, achievable result expected under the Hariyo Ban Program.
USAID/Nepal work with World Wildlife Fund to create standard reporting procedures for program income earned under the Hariyo Ban Program.
USAID/Nepal work with World Wildlife Fund to develop new guidance for cooperatives receiving revolving funds, including requirements to use funds in a timely manner and limit administrative expenses.
USAID/Nepal require the World Wildlife Fund to set performance targets or milestones for activities funded by Windows of Opportunity grants to gauge how successful they are in contributing to the Hariyo Ban Program's objectives.
USAID/Nepal require World Wildlife Fund to contract audits of its subrecipients Federation of Community Forest Users Nepal and National Trust for Nature Conservation for the fiscal years ending June 2013 and June 2014, and verify that an audit is completed for every subrecipient spending more than $300,000 in one fiscal year. The audits should be conducted in accordance with the Guidelines for Financial Audits Contracted by Foreign Recipients, dated February 2009.