Audit of USAID/Afghanistan's Agriculture, Water, and Technology Transfer (AWATT) Program
USAID/Afghanistan instruct New Mexico State University to conduct appropriate follow-up activities to determine the effectiveness of its technical assistance and training activities with the Ministry of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock and verify that appropriate follow-up has been performed.
USAID/Afghanistan periodically verify the results reported by New Mexico State University for the Agriculture, Water, and Technology Transfer Program.
USAID/Afghanistan provide New Mexico State University with written definitions of the performance indicators and discuss them with staff members periodically to ensure that the definitions are understood.
USAID/Afghanistan require New Mexico State University to document challenges and implementation shortfalls in its quarterly reports.
USAID/Afghanistan determine the acceptability of the branding and marking plan submitted by New Mexico State University, and after approving some version of the plan, verify its implementation.
USAID/Afghanistan perform an environmental assessment for the program and implement any corrective actions that may be required.