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Global Fund Secretariat responds in part to evaluation and audit of its health system investments

11 Jun 2019
Secretariat has not yet offered responses on a few important issues

The Technical Evaluation Reference Group (TERG), the Technical Review Panel (TRP), and the Office of the Inspector General (OIG), three Global Fund bodies that are independent of the Secretariat, have recently evaluated and audited the Global Fund investments in building “Resilient and Sustainable Systems for Health” (RSSH), which make up 27% of all Global Fun

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Global Fund’s management and framework for investments in health systems need significant improvement, OIG says

28 May 2019
Risk mitigation measures for health system activities deemed ‘partially effective’

The Office of Inspector General (OIG) conducted the first audit of the Global Fund’s Resilient and Sustainable Systems for Health (RSSH) investments aiming “to provide reasonable assurance on the adequacy and effectiveness of Global Fund processes for the management of RSSH activities”.

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L’utilisation des données sur les indicateurs clés de résultats par le Conseil d’administration et le Secrétariat du Fonds mondial est « partiellement efficace », estime le Bureau de l’Inspecteur général

23 Apr 2019
Le rapport d’audit juge que l’utilisation des données sur les indicateurs clés de résultats requiert des améliorations
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Global Fund Board and Secretariat use of KPI data is ‘partially effective’, OIG says

16 Apr 2019
Audit report says utilization of KPI data needs improvement
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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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Trois pays, trois applications différentes du cofinancement dans les subventions du Fonds mondial en Afrique subsaharienne

22 Jan 2019
Application incohérente de la politique de cofinancement d’un pays à l’autre

Un des principes fondateurs du Fonds mondial est celui de la « complémentarité », ce qui signifie que les investissements du Fonds mondial viennent s’ajouter aux dépenses nationales publiques et privées, mais ne les remplacent pas.

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Three countries, three different applications of co-financing in Global Fund grants in sub-Saharan Africa

16 Jan 2019
Inconsistent application of co-financing policy across countries

One of the Global Fund’s founding principles is “additionality” meaning that the Fund’s investments are added to domestic government and private expenditures but do not replace them.

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Secretariat and OIG report steady progress on implementing Global Fund AMAs

6 Dec 2018
Overdue AMAs are at an all-time low since tracking began in 2014

Good progress has been made in implementing agreed management actions (AMAs), according to a progress report from the Secretariat and the Office of the Inspector General (OIG). The report was prepared for the Board meeting held on 14-15 November in Geneva.

The report presented data on the status of AMAs as of 31 August 2018. This article provides some of the report’s highlights.

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Global Fund will 'donate' $5 million to Venezuela to provide treatment for HIV

2 Oct 2018
The bulk of the funds will be paid into the PAHO Strategic Fund to purchase ARVs
The money will come from funds designated for portfolio optimization

The Global Fund will donate 5.0 million U.S. dollars to finance the procurement of critical health products for Venezuela, which is in the midst of a severe economic and health crisis.

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Global Fund will 'donate' $5 million to Venezuela to provide treatment for HIV

2 Oct 2018
The bulk of the funds will be paid into the PAHO Strategic Fund to purchase ARVs
The money will come from funds designated for portfolio optimization

The Global Fund will donate 5.0 million U.S. dollars to finance the procurement of critical health products for Venezuela, which is in the midst of a severe economic and health crisis.

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