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Audit Reports

Internal audit reports of the Office of the Inspector General are disclosed in accordance with the Oversight Reports Disclosure Policy approved by the Executive Board. The list below shows all reports that are disclosed to the public in line with this Policy.

Please note that the status of 'agreed actions' shown in the reports corresponds to the status at the time the report was issued.

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Internal Audit of WFP Operations in Jordan - May 2022

Reference: AR-22-08

As part of its annual workplan, the Office of Internal Audit conducted an audit of WFP's operations in Jordan that focused on beneficiary management, cash-based transfers, monitoring, supply chain, finance, and a tailored review of cooperating partner management. WFP Jordan’s Country Strategic Plan 2020–20221 was formulated with the Government of Jordan to support refugees; strengthen the national social protection programme; and provide technical and financial support to national institutions. Through the Country Strategic Plan’s four main strategic outcomes, WFP has continued to rebalance its portfolio towards supporting Jordan and its national priorities. In 2021, WFP provided food assistance to 1.2 million Jordanians and refugees in communities and camps. As in previous years, unconditional cash transfers and electronic food vouchers were WFP’s main activities in 2021, amounting to USD 175 million and accounting for 96 percent of all resource transfers. Based on the results of the audit, the Office of Internal Audit has come to an overall conclusion of effective/satisfactory.

Internal Audit of WFP Operations in Djibouti - March 2022

Reference: AR-22-07

The work of WFP in Djibouti, as defined in the Country Strategic Plan for 2020–2024, aims to support the vision of the Government in achieving zero hunger and nutrition security through three strategic outcomes. Interventions include support to the national social protection programme, capacity strengthening in emergency preparedness, agricultural production support, vocational training and supply chain management. The audit focused on the implementation of two activities under strategic outcomes 1 and 2. Based on the results of the audit, the Office of Internal Audit reached an overall conclusion of some improvement needed.

Follow-up Review of the Implementation of Agreed Actions from the 2019 Internal Audit of WFP Djibouti Corridor Management - March 2022

Reference: AR-22-06

As part of its annual workplan, the Office of Internal Audit conducted a follow-up review of the implementation of agreed actions from the 2019 internal audit of WFP Djibouti Corridor Management (AR/19/12), which was rated Unsatisfactory, i.e. internal controls, governance and risk management practices were either developed and not fully established or not functioning well. The audit report made four high priority and one medium priority observation with sixteen related agreed actions which were all due to be implemented by 31 December 2020.

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Response to the queries

WFP appreciates the public interest in internal audit reports. However, due to resource constraints, we will be unable to respond to individual questions regarding internal audit reports.