Audit of USAID/Nigeria's PEPFAR-Funded Activities and Commodities for the Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission of HIV
USAID/Nigeria develop a plan with a timetable to conduct training for all administrative staff and health workers responsible for collecting, compiling, and reporting site data.
USAID/Nigeria develop a plan for cross-checking and verifying reported data used to make management decisions and maintain support of their verification of reported results.
USAID/Nigeria, in conjunction with its implementing partners and the procurement agent, develop an action plan timetable to reevaluate internal controls over commodities management and address the inventory management deficiencies noted during the audit. The action plan should also include activities for raising mission management's and partners' awareness of the necessity of a proactive control environment.
USAID/Nigeria, in conjunction with its implementing partners, review the unsecured items valued at $57,000 and identify any expired or damaged commodities for disposal and unexpired and usable commodities for redistribution to beneficiaries.
USAID/Nigeria determine the allowability of $39,720 in unsupported questioned costs, as identified in the audit report, and recover from the implementing partner any amounts determined to be unallowable.