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AFROSAI
Summary
Few words on AFROSAI
Some Success Stories:
 Learning by doing through
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
cooperative Audits
CREFIAF Gender Strategy
AFROSAI E Achievements
Next challenges:
 Inter-regional cooperation
 Cooperation with African
Reginal Organisation
Few words on AFROSAI
AFROSAI is the African Organization of
Supreme Audit Institutions
•founded in November 1976 in yaoundé
following the recommendations of INTOSAI
Congress, held in Madrid in 1974
•53 SAIs members, coming from different
systems :
–
–
–
Courts of Accounts/ Courts of Audit
Auditors’ General Office
State Inspections/Comptrollers
Few words on AFROSAI
promote and
develop the
exchange of
information and
experiences
among SAIs of
African States in
the area of public
finance auditing
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Linguistic
SubGroups:
•CREFIAF:23
SAI
members
speaking
mainly French
•AFROSAI-E:25
SAI
members,
speaking
mainly English
•AFROSAI-A:7
SAI
members,
speaking
Arabic
RAPPORT
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DA UDIT ENVIRONNEMENTAL CONJOINT
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AS SECH EMENT A
D L C TCHAD
1st Success Story:
Learning by doing
through Cooperative
Audit
Rédigé
a p r l’Equipe conjointe d’audit
composée d’auditeurs
e d s Institutions Supérieures d Contrôle des Finances Publiques (ISC) suivantes :
d
Services du Contrôle Supérieur
de l’Etat u Cameroun
Cour des Comptes
du Tchad
Office of the Auditor General for
the Federation of Nigeria
Sous la supervision de :
AFROSAI
Cour des
Comptes du Niger
Case of the Lake
Chad Joint Audit
Lake Chad joint Audit
 Use
MOU
Planning
Examin
ation
Reporting
of ISSAI standards
and CBC Guidelines
 Training acitivities
 Mentoring Coming from
experienced SAIs
 Use of Scientific and
External Experts
 Communication Strategy
for the reports
Key achievements of this pilot
cooperative Audit

the added value of Mentoring and distance coaching
provided by SAIs of Canada, Tanzania, Kenya, Morroco,
Belgium with the support of GIZ

SAIs have developed tricks and skills to sell the reports to key
external stakeholders (Parliament, government, regional
organization and especially the Citizen)

AFROSAI was able to bring together Auditors coming from
different systems, such as Court of Accounts (for Niger and
Chad), Auditor General for Nigeria and hybrid System for
Cameroon

New joint cooperative Audit are planned on topics like:
poaching for AFROSAI-E, the River Nile, the Congo Basin
Forest
CREFIAF GENDER
STRATEGY FOR
SAIs
2nd Success
Story
Objectives of Gender Strategy for
SAIs
Promote
women's access to the
auditing profession and enhance
the female human resources within
SAIs
Create awareness on gender issues
Develop a methodology which
integrates gender in the audit
public finances
Design Process of the Gender
Strategy
Technical
Working
Group on
Gender and
Development
carried out a
survey in the
SAIs of
CREFIAF in
2010
Analyses of
the results
from this
survey which
revealed
huge
disparities
between men
and women
Analyses of
data from
stakeholders
on
determinant
s of
disparities
between
men and
women
Priority strategic thrusts
1.
2.
3.
Promotion of women’s access to decisionmaking positions and audit professions and
strengthening of women’s capacities in SAIs
Institutional ownership of the gender
approach
Incorporation of gender as a subject and
criteria of performance audit in public
finance management
EXPECTED OUTCOMES
WAY FORWARD
 significant increase,
 Each SAI is going to
within SAIs, of the
carry out
number of women in
experimental
Audit staff
activities to
implement this
 gender
mainstreaming in SAIs strategy
 There are
as criterion and
consultations going
subject for
on, on how to adapt
performance audit
this strategy to the
whole of the
AFROSAI community
AFROSA-E
KNOWLEDGE
SHARING
Who we are
 One
of the three AFROSAI subgroups
 E → English-speaking
Mission: AFROSAI-E is committed to cooperate with
and support its member SAIs to successfully fulfil
their mandates by helping them to reach the
highest possible level of achievement of the
objectives outlined in the region’s institutional
capacity building framework.
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AFROSAI-E member countries
Angola
Ghana
Mauritius
Seychelles
Swaziland
Botswana
Kenya
Mozambique
Sierra Leone
Tanzania
Ethiopia
Lesotho
Namibia
South Africa
Uganda
Eritrea
Liberia
Nigeria
South Sudan
Zambia
The Gambia
Malawi
Rwanda
Sudan
Zimbabwe
AFROSAI-E institutional partners and
donors
Institutional & other partners /
Donors
Governance structure (Statutes)
Governing Board
25 Members
Subcommittees
Chief Executive Officer
Human Resources
Executive Officer
Finance
Executive Secretariat
Audit
Capacity building
Planning
Committe
e
Technical
Committee
Subject Matter
Experts
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Secretariat staff structure
CEO
• Approved structure: 17 employees
• 11 Technical (66%), 6 admin (33%)
• 7 (41%) female, 10 (59%) male
Executive Officer
Secretary
Technical Development
Regularity Audit (3)
IT
Performance Audit (2)
Capacity Building &
Inst. Strengthening
Environmental Audit
Corporate Support
Communication
Events (2)
Finance (3)
Our capacity building approach
ICBF
Needs of SAIs
•
•
•
•
•
Quality reviews
Self assessments
Workshops
Operations
Requests
Corporate Plan
- Strategic imperative
- Operational interventions
Annual Report
Activity Report
Gap analysis
Annual Work Plan
Value and Benefit
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How do we operate?
INSTITUTIONAL CAPACITY BUILDING FRAMEWORK
Independence
and legal
framework
Audit
standards and
methodology
Organisation
and
management
Human
resources
Communication
and stakeholder
management
Strategic imperatives
Operational interventions (core business)
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Our Products and Services
 Products
 Guidelines
 Training
courses (material)
 Manuals e.g. RAM & PAM
 Handbook
 Services
 Research
and development
 Training events
 Management development program
 Bilateral support programs
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What we achieved in 2013
Planned
activities
Achieved
1: Independence
3
2
2: Use of IT
9
8
3: HR and MDP
13
10
4: Quality Assurance
4
3
5: Performance Auditing
16
14
6: Comm & Stakeholder Man
8
7
Operational Interventions
17
13
70
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Strategic Imperatives
Total
81%
Regional Assessment based on ICBF Domains
5.00
4.00
3.00
2.00
1.00
0.00
Independence & Legal
Framework
Organization & Management
2010
Human Resources
2011
2012
2013
Audit Standards &
Methodology
Communication &
Stakeholder Management
Measuring Performance
 Annual
Integrated Report
 Annual activity report
www.afrosai-e.org.za
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What do we plan for the future?
 Continuation
of products and services
 Professionalisation
 Leadership development program for top
executives
 Collaborative audits
 Communication
 Information technology
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AFROSAI NEXT
CHALLENGES
Inter regional and
cross regional
cooperation
AFROSAI took two
major steps in interregional
cooperation as
concerns capacity
building of its
Member SAIs. In this
regard, two MOUs
have been signed
cooperation
Areas of
 Institutionnal
Capacity
 Distance Learning
 Cooperatives and Coordinated
Audits
 Performance and Environmental
Auditing
 Knowledge Management and
Knowledge sharing
 Peer reviewsand SAI PMF
 Communication with external
Stakelholders
 Innovation
Cooperation with African Regional Organisation
the value and impact of African SAIs are still not enough known
and visible to African political organizations
Cooperation with African Regional Organisation
 promote
the
independence of SAIs
Inspired by the
 advocate for
approach
strengthening the
adopted by
INTOSAI with UN, mandate of SAIs
 promote the value and
AFROSAI
planned to
benefits of SAIs in the
context of emerging
economies in Africa and
to ensure sustainable
development
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afrosai-e.org.za
Gracias
Merci
Thank you
‫شكرا لك‬
Obrigado
Asanté Sana
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