human resources

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OIG report says Global Fund Secretariat human resources management processes ‘need significant improvement’

2 Apr 2019
Managing poor performance called out as major problem

In its March 2019 audit report to the Board, the Global Fund’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG) determined that the Secretariat’s management of human resources (HR) is not yet performing at an optimal level, despite the “substantial progress” made in recent years.

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Zimbabwe’s new Global Fund grants for TB/HIV are clearly aligned to the country’s epi profile and its national strategic plans, TRP says

17 Oct 2017
Grants include a strong focus on interventions targeting key populations

In their recommendation to the Board on Zimbabwe’s TB/HIV funding request, the Technical Review Panel (TRP) and the Grants Approvals Committee (GAC) commented favorably on Zimbabwe’s inclusion of interventions to address barriers related to human rights and gender, and its focus on key populations for HIV, TB and STI care and treatment.

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Identifying and solving country-level impediments to full absorption of Global Fund money

19 Sep 2017
Roadblocks include inadequate human resource capacity, procurement difficulties and gaps is data collection and analysis

In raising concerns about the ability of countries to achieve full absorption of Global Fund grants, delegations from the African constituencies on the Global Fund Board pointed to a range of challenges they said need to be addressed, including several that consistently appear at the country level.

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Global Fund’s efforts to improve service quality: successes and challenges

4 May 2017
Initiatives to boost service quality will take time to yield measurable impact at the country level, OIG says

Service quality was one of the five strategic thematic areas that emerged from the work of the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) in 2016, as described in the OIG’s 2016 annual report. Another article in this issue provides a short summary of each theme.

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