USAID CEPAT is a program funded by USAID for five years starting in 2012, carried out through the direct support of several Indonesian NGOs with the main objective to support the Indonesian National Tuberculosis Program that aims to improve access on quality, early diagnosis and treatment of TB at all service providers through community empowerment strategy.
Financial management capacity building program for assisting partners include:
- Strengthening of financial system, instruments, and standard operating procedure in accordance with PSAK 45;
- Fostering the effective implementation of the financial system, monitoring procedures and policies, including preparation of external audits; and
- Strengthening institutional capacity in complying with relevant USAID rules and regulations, including in the field of budget management, procurement process and sub-grant financial management.
Assisting Partners: Jaringan Kesejahteraan/Kesehatan Masyarakat (JKM) Medan, North Sumatera.
This program is supported by USAID CEPAT with a total budget of USD 22,045 based on contract AID-497-0-13-00081 and contract period starting from 15 July 2013 until 31 January 2014.