Welcome to UNICEF’s online course on Fraud Awareness.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this training, participants will be able to:

  • Define fraud in the UNICEF context and cite examples
  • Explain the impact and significance of fraud and its effect on UNICEF’s ability to deliver results for children
  • Use the Fraud Triangle to anticipate and address situations that could lead to fraud
  • Identify ‘red flags’ that signal possible fraudulent practices in your work environment
  • Report potential or real fraud to the appropriate authorities through UNICEF-approved channels
  • Describe the protections provided by UNICEF for whistleblowers against retaliation

Audience

This course is required for all UNICEF personnel, including staff members, consultants, interns and volunteers

Length

This course will take about 60-90 minutes to complete.

Methodology

This course is intended to raise awareness of fraudulent practices and assist you in performing your role in preventing, detecting and reporting fraud. It reinforces your understanding of fraud and its negative impact on UNICEF’s activities and operations.

All modules below must be marked as completed along with passing the final course assessment and completing the course evaluation to receive credit for this course.

Contact Details 

Jude Nwaokolo
Business Analysis Manager – Internal Controls
Division of Financial and Administrative Management (DFAM), Office of the Comptroller
jnwaokolo@unicef.org