Audit of USAID's Social Marketing and Behavior Change Interventions For HIV/AIDS, Reproductive and Sexual Health and Child Survival in Cambodia Project
USAID/Cambodia review the training provided to outreach staff and develop and implement a plan to ensure that staff are adequately prepared to provide complete and accurate information.
USAID/Cambodia work with its implementer to develop and implement a plan to adjust the project's outreach program to ensure that hormonal birth control products are represented adequately and correctly to beneficiaries.
USAID/Cambodia revise 18 of the project's 33 performance indicators, identified in Appendix III, to be objective in accordance with Automated Directives System 18.104.22.168(a).
USAID/Cambodia adequately define the seven performance indicators identified in Appendix IV and provide the methodology used to measure and report on them.
USAID/Cambodia modify the monitoring and evaluation plan's reporting methodology for the six project performance indicators shown in Appendix VI so that they closely track the results they are intended to measure.
USAID/Cambodia assign life-of-project targets to all performance indicators in the project's monitoring and evaluation plan.
USAID/Cambodia require indicator baselines, cumulative accomplishments, and life-of-project targets to be included in the project's annual performance reports alongside annual results.
USAID/Cambodia require more timely data to support reported annual results. If the implementer is unable to provide the data for the fiscal year indicated in the performance reports, this data limitation needs to be clearly documented in the results reporting.
USAID/Cambodia require the implementer to submit formal quarterly reports as required by the project's cooperative agreement, or amend the cooperative agreement to permit semiannual performance reporting instead.