Based on the Technical Assistance Report, building the capacity of Pacific audit institutions is fundamental to improving governance in the region, and high-quality external audit is an essential requirement for creating transparency in the use of public funds. This proposed regional capacity development technical assistance (TA) will support the continued implementation of the PRAI in Pacific island countries, and has been developed in consultation with the PASAI secretariat and development partners.
The TA will support public entities in Pacific island countries to improve transparency and accountability in the management and use of their public resources. The outcome of the TA will be that SAIs in Pacific island countries will operate in accordance with uniform standards at a measurably higher level.
Project Officer: Asistin, Flordeliza R.
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