Sierra Leone Climate Finance Report 2013
Mozambique Climate Finance Report 2013
Malawi Climate Finance Report 2013
Uganda Climate Finance Report 2013
Lesotho Climate Finance Report 2013
Zambia Climate Finance Report 2013
Tanzania Climate Finance Report 2013
Ethiopia Climate Finance Report 2013
Vietnam Climate Finance Report 2013
Liberia Climate Finance Report 2013
The Audit Committee advises the Secretary General on the internal audit policies and strategies for the management of risk appropriate to the functioning of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and by so doing supports him in the discharge of his responsibilities as Accounting Officer of the Department.
The new policy also signals exciting new directions for our Irish Aid programme, and sets out in very clear terms a new policy and programming agenda for the coming years. One World One Future commits us to refresh our approach to development cooperation, to maximise our impact by further prioritisation, and to focus even more intently on the results that we and our partners are achieving.
In 2014 an independent evaluation of Irish Aid’s engagement in Timor Leste was commissioned. The results are presented in four Learning Papers, each looking at a different aspect of the support provided by Irish Aid.
The evaluation finds that Irish Aid made clear contributions in the areas of human rights and livelihoods.
Delivering real changes in the lives of some of the poorest people and communities in the world.
The EU Food & Nutrition Security Implementation Plan was endorsed by the Council of the EU last year during Ireland’s Presidency of the European Union as an important accountability tool to ensure that the EU and its Member States are held to account in delivering on the policy commitments they agreed to at EU level.
Final report of the IIEA and the Irish Government’s programme for overseas development, Irish Aid, jointly launched series of development-focused events entitled Development Matters
This report is a follow up on the interim report of November 15th 2012 on the misappropriation of funds in the Office of the Prime Minister in Uganda.
This report on the adequacy and reliability of systems and risk management in place for the management of Irish Aid funds at country level has been prepared by the Evaluation and Audit Unit of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and is based on a rigorous assessment of systems in place across eight partner countries as well as South Africa and Zimbabwe.