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National Audit Office report: Review of the Conflict Pool

Review of the Conflict Pool

The Conflict Pool funds discretionary activities that support conflict prevention, stabilisation and contribute to peacekeeping overseas. It is managed by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), the Department for International Development (DFID) and the Ministry of Defence (MOD).

This review focuses on the Conflict Pool and examines: governance arrangements; decision making and allocating resources; monitoring and evaluation; and how effectively the three departments work together. We do not aim to make value for money conclusions on the funds spent, but to shed light on this area of spending, to highlight good practice and identify risks to value for money.

March 2012

 

This review focuses on the Conflict Pool and examines: governance arrangements; decision making and allocating resources; monitoring and evaluation; and how effectively the three departments work together. We do not aim to make value for money conclusions on the funds spent, but to shed light on this area of spending, to highlight good practice and identify risks to value for money.

March 2012

 

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Published date: March 19, 2012