CAROSAI -Strengthening the Capacity of SAIs in CAROSAI to Promote and Enhance Public Sector Accountability in the Region 2012-2015
Proposal is to Strengthen the capacity of SAIs in the CAROSAI region to promote and enhance public sector accountability, through an adequately resourced CAROSAI Secretariat and implementation of a new CAROSAI strategic plan. The 2010 SAI Stocktaking demonstrated the need for support to SAIs in the region and the need for a stronger regional body. A strengthened regional approach may be particularly valuable given the small size of most SAIs, common challenges in terms of SAI independence, and similar cultural heritages. The proposal has a phased approach, where phase 1 involves developing a new CAROSAI strategic plan for 2012-2015 and a Development Action Plan. The IADB has already committed funding towards this work. Phase 2 will focus on implementing the new strategic and development action plans. The activities and budget for this phase is indicative and dependent on the content of the plans under development. In parallel to these phases, CAROSAI is seeking to strengthen the capacity of the CAROSAI Secretariat through hiring several staff members including a programme and institutional strengthening manager.
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Providers of Support:
The Inter American Development Bank (IADB) has supported and completed Phase 1 of the proposal (developing a strategic plan for the CAROSAI region). CAROSAI Strategic Plan and Implementation Plan for 2012-2015 Finalized and soon to be posted to the CAROSAI website.
The World Bank had a previous project with the entity closed and are maintaining dialogue for possible additional support. A new project proposal has been prepared and is now being competitively reviewed. if approved, this new operation will focus on strengthening participatory mechanisms of external oversight, including work with Parliamentary Committees.
SAIs connected to this project
- Antigua and Barbuda
- British Virgin Islands
- Cayman Islands
- St. Kitts-Nevis
- St. Lucia
- St. Vincent and Grenadines
- Trinidad and Tobago
- Turks & Caicos Islands