Burkina Faso

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Les agents fiscaux réduisent les risques financiers associés aux subventions du Fonds mondial, mais sans renforcer les capacités des bénéficiaires

23 Aug 2019
Un concept robuste mais un modèle qui gagnerait à être amélioré
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Fiscal agents reduce financial risks within Global Fund grants but do not build implementer capacity

30 Jul 2019
Concept is sound but ‘model’ could be improved

Fiscal agents have been part of the Global Fund Financial management system in countries with high or moderate fiduciary risks since 2012. According to the Global Fund Guidelines on Financial Risk Management, fiscal agents reduce financial risks originating from weak financial management of principal or sub-recipients of Global Fund grants.

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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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Des ateliers BACKUP en Afrique étudient les goulots d’étranglement dans la mise en œuvre des subventions du Fonds mondial

7 May 2018
Communication, transparence et obligation de rendre des comptes furent des thèmes récurrents

 

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BACKUP workshops in Africa explore bottlenecks to implementing Global Fund grants

17 Apr 2018
Communications, transparency and accountability were recurring thematic areas

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Exemple de réussite : les subventions du Fonds mondial au Burkina Faso affichent une augmentation significative des taux d’absorption

28 Mar 2018
La mauvaise absorption est un problème persistant qui affecte les subventions en Afrique occidentale et centrale

Les parties prenantes au Burkina Faso ont réussi à améliorer le taux d’absorption des subventions du Fonds mondial dans ce pays. Ce taux est en effet passé de 67 % pour la période 2012/2015 à 94 % fin 2017. La mauvaise absorption est un problème qui affecte de longue date tous les pays d’Afrique occidentale et centrale.

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A success story: Global Fund grants in Burkina Faso show significantly increased absorption rates

21 Mar 2018
Poor absorption has been an enduring problem for grants in West and Central Africa

Stakeholders in Burkina Faso have succeeded in improving the absorption rate of the country’s Global Fund grants. The rate has gone from 67% for the period 2012–2015 to 94% as of the end of 2017. Poor absorption has been a long-standing problem in all countries in West and Central Africa.

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Le CAS et le CTEP commentent les subventions du Fonds mondial au Burkina Faso

18 Jan 2018
Activités liées aux systèmes de santé intégrées à la subvention paludisme

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