Audit of USAID/Angola's Procurement and Distribution of Commodities under the President's Malaria Initiative
USAID/Angola develop and implement a plan with milestones to track progress toward meeting its President's Malaria Initiative impact indicators and the overall President's Malaria Initiative goal of reducing malaria-related mortality by 50 percent.
USAID/Angola execute a formal written agreement with the Government of Angola to define responsibilities and accountability over President's Malaria Initiative commodities and clarify the means of recourse in the event of loss.
USAID/Angola recover the estimated $642,706 value for the President's Malaria Initiative commodities already lost.
USAID/Angola reassess and document its policy of assigning the storage and distribution of President's Malaria Initiative commodities to the Government of Angola and decide whether it should continue this policy in light of the significant losses experienced to date.
USAID/Angola develop and implement a written plan to minimize the risk of additional losses of President's Malaria Initiative commodities.
USAID/Angola reassess and document the risk of loss in its current distribution arrangements for mosquito nets including the implementation of additional controls to ensure that the nets reach the intended beneficiaries.
USAID/Angola determine and document the impact of the overstated cases of malaria on its reporting on achievement targets for President's Malaria Initiative goals and intermediate results.
USAID/Angola document and implement use of accurate baseline and results data to report on the impact of its Presidential Malaria Initiative activities on the malaria mortality and morbidity rate in Angola.