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While Global Fund grants to Burkina Faso are generally well structured, improvements in PR capacities are required, OIG says

12 Dec 2017
The largest PR lacks a program management unit

Global Fund grants to Burkina Faso are generally well structured, and there are functioning governance and control process in place, but improvements are still required with respect to the capacities of the principal recipients (PRs). This are the main conclusions of an audit conducted by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG). A report on the audit was released on 22 November.

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Audit of Global Fund grants to Mali reveals significant progress in financial management and quality of services

28 Nov 2017
However, there are problems with drug expiries, stock-outs and delays in the supply chain
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OIG reports good progress in implementing Global Fund grants to Ethiopia, but several problems remain

25 Nov 2017
Audit identifies inefficiencies in grant management, absorption, quality of services, and procurement and the supply chain
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Significant improvement needed in Global Fund grants to South Africa, OIG finds

8 Aug 2017
Start-up delays and coordination challenges have hampered implementation

On 19 July 2017, the Global Fund published an audit report by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) on grants to the Republic of South Africa. The country is part of the Fund’s High Impact Africa 1 portfolio and has $312 million in signed grants for the implementation period April 2016 to March 2019.

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Significant improvements required in managing cloud computing at the Global Fund, OIG says

17 Jul 2017
IT controls deemed partially effective

While the Secretariat has improved its IT controls since the last IT audit conducted by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) in 2015, significant improvements are required in two areas: (a) designing a cloud computing strategy; and (b) managing the risks associated with cloud computing.  

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Nigeria malaria grant recipients to reimburse $350,000 in irregular spends after OIG investigation

14 Oct 2014

Two principal recipients of malaria grants in Nigeria have been implicated in fraud and financial irregularities, following an investigation by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG), and have committed to returning some $350,000 to the Fund.

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OIG audit in Guinea-Bissau questions whether PBF is possible where performance data are not reliable

14 Oct 2014
Investigations in Mali and Ghana uncover some misuse of grant funds

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) says that its recent audit of grants to Guinea-Bissau raises questions about the suitability of performance-based funding in countries where performance data are not reliable.

“The expectations for reporting, management and oversight placed on fragile states by the Global Fund have not been realistic,” the OIG said.

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Global Fund Board approves Secretariat operating expenses

10 Mar 2014
Board also approves decision point asking for monitoring and management of foreign exchange fluctuations

DECISION POINT: GF/B31/DP04

The Global Fund Board approved operating expenses for the Secretariat in the amount of $298.8 million in 2014, including $20.5 million for the Office of the Inspector General. The Board also approved a decision point requesting monitoring by the Secretariat of foreign exchange fluctuations.

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Under revised disclosure policy, all core OIG reports to be published

10 Mar 2014
The revised policy will cover a series of 2013 reports on internal Secretariat processes that remain sealed from the public

DECISION POINT: GF/B31/DP11

All reports on the assurance and investigation work of the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) will be made public under a revised disclosure policy adopted by the Global Fund Board at its 31st meeting in Jakarta, Indonesia.

This will include OIG functional reviews of processes at the Global Fund Secretariat, as well as reports on in-country audits and investigations.

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Global Fund lifts suspensions of net suppliers caught in Cambodia case

6 Feb 2014
Suppliers Vestergaard Frandsen and Sumitomo Chemical Co face mandatory compliance regulations to continue as Fund suppliers

The Global Fund Secretariat will lift the suspensions of two major suppliers of long-lasting impregnated nets (LLINs) who were found to have paid kickbacks to government officials in Cambodia.

Acting on the recommendations of the Sanctions Panel, the Secretariat also imposed three conditions on Vestergaard Frandsen and Sumitomo Chemical Co in order to remain eligible to compete in tenders for future commodity purchases.

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