11 March 2018

Sudan: Afrosai Workshop On Analysis of Descriptive and Quantitative Data Launched in Khartoum

Khartoum — A workshop on Analysis of Descriptive and Quantitative Data, which was organized by the African Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions(AFROSAI) in collaboration with the National Audit Chamber was launched Sunday in the Corinthia Hotel in Khartoum.

Sudan's Acting General Auditor, Salah-Eddin Mohamed Osman welcomed convocation of the workshop in Sudan and said that Sudan has benefited from joining AFROSAI in working out a roadmap for achieving the high goals of the National Audit Chamber which comes in line with the Chamber strategy on development of capacity building in all fields.

He said audit of performances was set as compulsory training for all Chamber auditors.

Anna Kristina, an expert at AFROSAI for her part, welcomed participation of a number of countries in the workshop and that , she explained, demonstrates keenness of such countries to apply principles of transparency, integrity , good management of public finances and employ the public funds for interest of the communities.

It is to be noted that delegations from Sudan, South Sudan, Namibia , Tanzania and South Africa are taking part in the workshop.

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