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Strengthening the Court of Accounts of Madagascar (TANTANA)

Beneficiary level: Country
Project status: Ongoing
INTOSAI region(s): CREFIAF
Duration from: 2020-11-20
Duration to: 2025-11-20
Total budget (US Dollar): $4000000
DAC Income classification: Least Developed Countries

The project for “Strengthening the Court of Accounts of Madagascar” or “TANTANA” supports the implementation of the Strategic Plan of the Cour des Comptes of Madagascar (CdC).
Based on the assessment of its own performance and engagement with key national stakeholders, the CdC has developed an ambitious strategic plan for 2020 to 2024. Through the new strategic plan, the SAI of Madagascar expresses its ambition to contribute to the well-being of its citizens.
Three strategic outcomes have been set:
Strategic Outcome 1: The SAI contributes to the promotion of the integrity, accountability and transparency of public bodies considering the State priorities;
Strategic Outcome 2: SAI’s actions are credible, visible and accessible to the general public;
Strategic Outcome 3: The SAI promotes a culture of transparency and performance to become a model institution.
The project results framework has been developed based on the Strategic plan. There is a chain of results from project activities to SAI capacities and outputs, SAI strategic outcomes and finally impact.
The project will in particular contribute to the following seven SAI capacities and outputs:
a. Audits of high national relevance are conducted and reported based on the ISSAIs
b. Quality and efficiency of the jurisdictional controls (“traditional mission”) are enhanced
c. The legal framework is improved, and institutional independence strengthened
d. The CdC external communication is improved, including communication with the National Assembly, Government, civil society and media
e. Strategic management and core internal governance systems are strengthened
f. Digital tools and software are utilized for greater audit quality and organizational efficiency
g. A sufficient number of qualified and motivated staff (female and male) are available
The project is funded by USAID and implemented by IDI. Peer partners are the SAI of France, Morocco and Norway; they will provide highly qualified senior auditors to the project.
For the latest information see the Madagascar page on the IDI website here.

SAIs connected to this project

  • Madagascar
How the project was initiated
Global Call 2017
Gender Relevance
Significant (marked 1)
Has the project/activity as an objective “the strengthening of the SAI Institutional Framework/ Independence”?
Significant objective
Contact person: Beneficiary SAI/Region/Committee
Lalaina RAMIANDRISOA lalaina.ramia@gmail.com
Source of funding
USAID
Other Source of funding
Contact person: Provider of support
C. Hynak chynak@usaid.gov
Implementing agency(s)
Contact person: Implementing partner(s)
Type of support
Stand alone project
Support modality
Monetary - Grant
Support categories covered
Is support based on beneficiary SAI/INTOSAI region Strategic Plan?
Yes
Any other information
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