Audit of USAID/Haiti's Public Law 480 Title II Programs
Food for Peace and USAID/Haiti establish and implement a plan for the design, tracking, correlation, and analysis of maternal and child health and nutrition and livelihood integration for the fiscal year 2013 multiyear assistance program.
Food for Peace and USAID/Haiti establish and implement a plan for the design, tracking, correlation with impact, and analysis of the effectiveness and efficiency of mothers' clubs for the fiscal year 2013 multiyear assistance program.
Food for Peace develop and implement a plan to evaluate the cost-effectiveness and efficiency of the various mothers' club models being implemented by Title II cooperating sponsors.
Food for Peace and USAID/Haiti develop a cost estimate for implementing the first 1,000 days approach for the next multiyear assistance program to make sure potential cooperating sponsors incorporate sufficient resources in their budgets that demonstrate the capacity to fully implement the approach.
USAID/Haiti include validation of implementation of the first 1,000 days approach in the monitoring plan for the next multiyear assistance program.
Food for Peace and USAID/Haiti obtain expert food security technical assistance in the development of the fiscal year 2013 multiyear assistance program indicator performance tracking tables to (1) determine the most important indicators to track, (2) minimize inclusion of less significant indicators, (3) provide consistent terminology for similar indicators used by cooperating sponsors, and (4) fully incorporate information beneficial for research on food security assistance in the program indicators.
USAID/Haiti examine ongoing and proposed activities in Mirebalais to avoid duplication of effort.
Food for Peace Washington strengthen its policies and procedures to make sure International Food Relief Partnership grantees' programs are not duplicating Title II programs.
Food for Peace develop a plan to create a central repository for data management tools developed by Title II partners.
Food for Peace and USAID/Haiti retain the ACDI/VOCA tool for potential inclusion in the repository for data management tools.