Greetings from the CPP Audit Committee!
My name is QuynhAnh Le and I am the CPP Audit Director for 2012-2013. We would like to announce the release of our first audit report for our 2012 CPP Beneficiary – Children of Vietnam.
During 2011-2012, the Union of North American Vietnamese Student Associations (UNAVSA) Collective Philanthropy Project (CPP) raised a total of $45,951.46 for the Children of Vietnam’s “Hope System of Care for Children with Disabilities” project. Since then, UNAVSA CPP and Children of Vietnam have been working together to ensure the donations are used to care for children in Vietnam.
UNAVSA CPP has made the first two installment payments (out of 4) of $11,487.86 each to the Children of Vietnam on November 11, 2012 and January 1, 2013. As of January 14, 2013, Children of Vietnam has not utilized any of the payment. However, Children of Vietnam proposed a budget that they will be following for the next few months to utilize the funds.
As of now, Children of Vietnam has successfully established the Cam Le Project Infrastructure to begin the prescreening and screening stages for identifying potential children with disabilities (CWDs) through the cooperation of the Project Management Board (PMB) and Care Management Team (CMT). Children of Vietnam projects that the next 1-5 months will be mainly focused on the start-up activities. Then during the 6th-18th months, enrollment of CWDs, follow-up visits, and case reviews will occur.
For more about the work that Children of Vietnam does, please visit their website at: http://www.childrenofvietnam.org/
As we continue to work with Children of Vietnam, UNAVSA will update our members regarding the progress of “Hope System of Care for Children with Disabilities”.
For a copy of the audit report for “Hope System of Care for Children with Disabilities” project, please contact me at email@example.com. Additionally, please feel free to provide me with any questions or feedback regarding this update.
CPP Audit Director