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OIG audit praises Kenya’s procurement and supply chain processes, identifies implementation challenges

15 Jan 2019
Gaps in service delivery, grant implementation and measurement of grant performance

Kenya has made significant progress against HIV, TB and malaria. This is partly due to the country’s ability to successfully procure Global Fund-supported health products, despite not using the Global Fund Pooled Procurement Mechanism (PPM). The country also ensures that health products are available to health facilities as needed.

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Kenya successfully procures health commodities without using Global Fund’s pooled procurement

5 Sep 2018
Medical supplies authority obtains competitive prices that are often lower than international averages

The Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (KEMSA) successfully procures and distributes government, Global Fund, and other donor-funded commodities. Prices obtained by KEMSA are competitive compared to prices obtained by the Global Fund’s Pooled Procurement Mechanism (PPM), stock-outs of health commodities occur rarely, if ever, commodities are delivered in a timely fashion, and inventory is properly managed at all stages of the supply chain.

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