As the war enters its sixth year only the most optimistic of observers is voicing much hope that the revitalised peace agreement.
More than 150 women and girls were raped, beaten, and brutalised over a 10-day period at the end of November.
The audit also found stockpiled goods, more lying idle than had been distributed in the previous 12 months, including 288,000 blankets and 50,000 wheelbarrows.
There is proliferation of progressive forces at all levels of African politics. They are exposing and combating corruption and other abuses of power.
Al-Shabaab has lost large swathes of territory to the Somali army this year, bolstered by US and African Union peacekeeping troops, AMISOM.