Papua New Guinea

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OIG audit of Global Fund grants to Papua New Guinea highlights increasing malaria prevalence and inadequate internal controls

5 Nov 2019
OIG finds financial irregularities, non-compliance and inefficiencies within the grants
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OIG releases reports on investigations into Global Fund grants in Papua New Guinea, Nigeria and Eswatini

3 Sep 2018
Reports detail misappropriation of funds in Nigeria, fraudulent diversion of funds in Eswatini, and non-compliant expenditures in Papua New Guinea

Between 10 July and 20 August 2018, the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) released reports on three different investigations into Global Fund grants in Papua New Guinea, Nigeria, and the Kingdom of Eswatini (formerly known as Swaziland).

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New HIV grant signed for Papua New Guinea

18 Jun 2015
Key population services emphasized in $14.2 million grant

Papua New Guinea has signed a $14.2 million grant with the Global Fund under the new funding model that emphasizes outreach and targeted prevention messages for key populations, as well as continuing service delivery even to the most remote areas in the Pacific nation.

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« Finalement, le Fonds mondial est axé sur l'être humain » : le directeur exécutif Mark Dybul présente son rapport

7 Apr 2015
Selon le directeur exécutif, les déplacements effectués dans six pays au cours du 1er trimestre lui ont permis de constater l'ampleur de l'impact du nouveau modèle de financement

S'éloignant du rapport typique d'un directeur exécutif, Mark Dybul, dans le rapport qu'il a présenté au Conseil d'administration à l'occasion de la 33e réunion de celui-ci, revient sur les six déplacements qu'il a effectués au cours du premier trimestre de 2015, des voyages qui lui ont apporté la preuve de ce qu'il appelle l'ampleur et la souplesse du nouveau modèle de financement.

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"Finally, the Global Fund is focused on human beings": Dybul delivers executive director's report

2 Apr 2015
Travels to six countries in Q1 demonstrate breadth of impact of new funding model, ED says

Switching gears from a typical executive director's report to the Board during the Global Fund's 33rd meeting on 31 March, Mark Dybul reflected on the six trips he had made in the first quarter of 2015 that demonstrated what he said were the breadth and flexibility inherent in the new funding model.

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Global Fund to recover funds misused in Papua New Guinea

2 Apr 2014
The Fund has invoked its Additional Safeguard Policy (ASP) to mitigate further risks to its grants

The Global Fund will seek to recover some US$1.3 million in misused funds following an investigation by the Office of the Inspector General into financial mismanagement by the government principal recipient, the National Department of Health.

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Funding Approved for Four More Interim Applicants

15 Jun 2013
Chad, PNG, Kenya and Mozambique will receive a total of up to $40.5 million

The Global Fund Board has approved up to $40.5 million for four interim applicant countries: Chad, Papua New Guinea (PNG), Kenya and Mozambique. The Board decisions were based on recommendations from the Grant Approvals Committee (GAC). This brings to five the number of interim applicant countries that have received funding.

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Principal Recipient for Papua New Guinea Grants Resigns

2 Sep 2011

Global Fund audit found some misuse of funds by government PR, media report says

Replacement PRs have been nominated

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