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Strengthening Public Audit In Rwanda (SPAR)

Beneficiary level: Country
Project status: Ongoing
Duration from: 2010-11-18
Duration to: 2017-06-30
Total budget (US Dollar): $7267597
DAC Income classification: Least Developed Countries

The programme aims to strengthen the Office of the Auditor General’s professional audit capacity, its organisational and management capacity, and its engagement with parliament and civil society.
Expected Impact: Greater value for money and accountability for public spending in Rwanda.
Expected Outcome: More effective and comprehensive auditing of public spending in Rwanda

SAIs connected to this project

  • Rwanda
How the project was initiated
Gender Relevance
Has the project/activity as an objective “the strengthening of the SAI Institutional Framework/ Independence”?
Contact person: Beneficiary SAI/Region/Committee
Mr. Obadiah Biraro, Auditor General Rwanda, Office of the Auditor General for State Finances, NEC- OAG-RRA Complex Kimihurura, Avenue du Lac Muhazi P.O Box 1020, Kigali- Rwanda. Phone: +250 252 591801/2/7, E-mail Address: [email protected]
Source of funding
UK Department for International Development
Other Source of funding
Contact person: Provider of support
Mr. Joachim Bagaza Deputy Programme Manager (Governance) DFID Rwanda British High Commission P.O Box 576 Kigali- Rwanda Phone: +250 252 556 000 E-mail Address: [email protected]
Implementing agency(s)
Rwanda Office of the Auditor General for State Finances
Contact person: Implementing partner(s)
Mr. Obadiah Biraro Auditor General Rwanda Office of the Auditor General for State Finances
Type of support
Stand alone project
Support modality
Support categories covered
Organisational capacity, Financial audit, Compliance Audit, Performance audit, External Stakeholder Relations
Is support based on beneficiary SAI/INTOSAI region Strategic Plan?
Link to related projects/programs
No related projects/programs
Any other information
Aimed at more effective and comprehensive auditing of public spending in Rwanda through increasing (i) the overall audit coverage of government expenditure by 18.5% from 2011 to 2017; (ii) the average annual number of value for money audits by 33% from 2011 to 2017 and audit coverage of Government Business Enterprises annual expenditure from 0% in 2011 to 20% in 2017.