WHO reform: Management reform - internal control framework - SEA/RC68/7
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AbstractInternal control framework (ICF) is a part of WHO reform and is designed to provide reasonable assurance to WHO management regarding the achievement of objectives relating to operations, reporting and compliance. The key components and principles of the framework are: (i) internal environment; (ii) risk management; (iii) control activities; (iv) information and communication and (v) monitoring. The attached working paper provides the background and describes the details of the framework. The High-Level Preparatory (HLP) Meeting for the Sixty-eighth Session of the WHO Regional Committee for South-East Asia held at WHO Regional Office in New Delhi on 29 June–2 July 2015, reviewed the attached working paper and made the following recommendations: Action by Member States (1) Ensure timely submission of reports that may be required by WHO in relation to WHO implementation mechanisms (e.g., DFC mechanism). Actions by WHO (1) Sensitize the concerned national authorities about changes in WHO’s approach to internal controls and facilitate implementation of ICF activities in the countries. (2) Ensure effective, systematic and coordinated implementation of the ICF. (3) Explore the possibility of strengthening Global Management System (GSM) to capture monitoring of programmatic results of WHO collaborative activities. The working paper and the HLP recommendations are submitted to the Sixty-eighth Session of the WHO Regional Committee for South-East Asia for its consideration.
World Health Organization, Regional Office for South-East Asia. (2015). WHO reform: Management reform - internal control framework - SEA/RC68/7. World Health Organization. https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/182195
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