Each year the OAS Secretary General publishes a proposed Program-Budget for the coming calendar year. The OAS General Assembly meets in a Special Session to approve the Program-Budget. Find these documents from 1998-2013 here.
Each year in April, the OAS Board of External Auditors publishes a report covering the previous calendar year’s financial results. Reports covering 1996-2013 may be found here.
About six weeks after the end of each quarter of each year, the OAS publishes a Quarterly Management and Performance Report, which since 2013 includes reporting on programmatic results. The full texts may be found here.
Here you will find data on the Human Resources of the OAS, including its organizational structure, each organizational unit’s staffing, vacant posts, and performance contracts.
The OAS executes a variety of projects funded by donors. Evaluation reports are commissioned by donors. Reports of these evaluations may be found here.
The Inspector General provides the Secretary General with reports on the audits, investigations, and inspections conducted. These reports are made available to the Permanent Council. More information may be found here.
The OAS has discussed for several years the real estate issue, the funding required for maintenance and repairs, as well as the deferred maintenance of its historic buildings. The General Secretariat has provided a series of options for funding it. The most recent document, reflecting the current status of the Strategy, is CP/CAAP-3211/13 rev. 4.
Here you will find information related to the GS/OAS Procurement Operations, including a list of procurement notices for formal bids, links to the performance contract and travel control measure reports, the applicable procurement rules and regulations, and the training and qualifications of its staff.
The OAS Treasurer certifies the financial statements of all funds managed or administered by the GS/OAS. Here you will find the latest general purpose financial reports for the main OAS funds, as well as OAS Quarterly Financial Reports (QFRs).
What are they? Free, one-hour, live, online seminars are led by an expert on the proposed theme and provide primary and secondary teachers with practical and methodological tools to be used in class. All webinars are recorded and posted on our YouTube channel and Virtual Community of Practice for your access.
Social Entrepreneurship in the Classroom
The best teachers are leaders and role models, and the best leaders create leaders in those around them. If as a teacher you were able to help a student discover their passion and potential, to take leadership in the community and make a positive change, you would not only be the best teacher ever but you would be helping the students and the world as a whole to have a better future.
Through this webinar we will help you understand what social entrepreneurship is, why it is important and how to teach it.
Monday June 13th, 2016 at 12:00pm (EST)
Registration is open to all those who are interested; however, please note that no certificates will be awarded for participation.