Course Project Proposal.-the Communication Process and How It Affects Unicef -Malawi.Doc- Final Submission.Doc

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Leadership and Organizational Behavior
Project Proposal

“The Complex Communication Process in UNICEF- (Malawi Country Office)”

Submitted by: Henry N. Neufville, II
ID#: D03579081
Cell#: +265-99 9955906/+231-6516690
E-mail: hnneufville@gmail.com
Course Title: GM591

Submitted on: 20 August 2010

Submitted to: Prof. Ms. Vicky Boone

TABLE OF CONTENT TITLE PAGE NUMBER
1. INTRODUCTION/BACKGROUND: ………………………………….. 02
2. PRELIMINARY PROBLEM STETEMENT …………………………… 04
3. LITERATURE REVIEW ………………………………………………… 05
4. ANALYSIS OF THE PROBLEM ……………………………………….. 11
5. SOLUTIONS:- Steps and Advised Action to take ……………………. 15
6. REFLECTIONS …………………………………………………… 17
7. REFERENCE LIST ………………………………………………………. 19

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Preliminary Problem Statement:
Giving the concise texts above, it is to note that UNICEF is a United Nations Organization established under a charter of the United Nations. Like any organization, UNICEF has a “system” in place to govern its internal and external affairs and that of other users, but within the context of UNICEF’s established procurement and supply chain management policies and practices –to be specific for this proposal, that meet all internationally accepted standards.

As UNICFE provides services, customer satisfaction is vital, thus the need to revisit the communication system to explore weaknesses, if any, and come up with systematic and acceptable process and procedures acceptable to all parties, but within the accepted guidelines of UNICEF globally. To recap one major problem, the Ministry of Health in Malawi along with the Principal Recipient of the Global fund funding which is the Nationals Aids Commission (NAC), on a constant basis, lack the interpretation of vital information being provided/ communicated to them by UNICEF on a regular basis. NAC is responsible for financial accounting for the grant. Due to this, there seem to be constant political tension on UNICEF, even though UNICEF has lived up to their end of the agreement in providing all

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