Financial audit report of the management of the National Hospital Evaluation Agency (ANEH): Financial irregularities amounting to more than 18 million FCFA.

This financial audit covers the management of the National Hospital Evaluation Agency (ANEH), for the 2018, 2019, 2020 and 2021 financial years (1st semester). Its objective is to ensure the regularity and sincerity of expenditure operations.

The audit work concerned expenditure carried out on subsidies from the State and technical and financial partners as well as administrative and management acts. This mission follows a referral from the Ministry of Health and Social Affairs.

As a reminder, the National Hospital Evaluation Agency (ANEH) was created by Article 50 of Law No. 02-050 of July 22, 2002 on hospital law amended by Law No. 2018-050 of July 11, 2018. Placed under the supervision of the Minister in charge of Health, the ANEH is entrusted with the mission of evaluating the performance and quality of care of hospitals, health districts as well as the development and dissemination of guidelines, the implementation of which contributes to improving reception, emergency management, hospital hygiene, equipment maintenance and drug management. It appears from the administrative accounts that the National Agency for the Evaluation of Hospitals executed during the period under review 822,044,270 FCFA for operating expenses, i.e. respectively 249,772,970 FCFA in 2018, 277,249,076 FCFA in 2019 and 295,022,224 FCFA in 2020.

Administrative irregularities:

To remedy these irregularities, the Auditor General, Mr. Samba Alhamdou Baby, recommended to the Chairman of the Board of Directors to ensure that the sessions are held in accordance with the regulations and that a resolution is taken relating to the granting of attendance at Directors. To the Director General of the AHEH, he said to ensure the appointment of temporary workers in the event of absence of the incumbents, the regularity of the supporting documents for expenses and the establishment of an appropriate archiving system. and secure. The Chief Executive Officer must also have the mission orders endorsed by the competent authorities. As for the Accounting Officer, he must keep the general accounts and the imprest administrator must ensure the regularity of the supporting documents for expenditure.

Financial irregularities:

The total amount of financial irregularities, below, amounts to 18,269,000 FCFA. The Auditor General denounced to the Public Prosecutor at the Tribunal de Grande Instance Commune III of the district of Bamako in charge of the Economic and Financial Pole the irregularities relating to the payment of undue attendance fees for an amount of 5,490,000 FCFA and travel and undue mission allowances amounting to 12,779,000 FCFA.

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