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OIG audit praises Kenya’s procurement and supply chain processes, identifies implementation challenges

15 Jan 2019
Gaps in service delivery, grant implementation and measurement of grant performance

Kenya has made significant progress against HIV, TB and malaria. This is partly due to the country’s ability to successfully procure Global Fund-supported health products, despite not using the Global Fund Pooled Procurement Mechanism (PPM). The country also ensures that health products are available to health facilities as needed.

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Independent research in Eastern and Southern Africa identifies opportunities to improve effectiveness of Global Fund processes

10 Dec 2018
'Synthesis report' focuses on grants in Malawi, Tanzania and Zimbabwe
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Guinea’s Global Fund grant implementation yields challenges and lessons

10 Dec 2018
Program integration, and strengthening supply chain, infrastructure, and logistics must be prioritized

Guinea, a West African country of about 12 million people, faces several serious challenges in implementing its Global Fund grants. Some challenges have been related to the country’s political and epidemiological contexts. Others are related to the implementation of some Global Fund policies in the country.

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The Global Fund’s Country Coordinating Mechanism evolution project prepares consultants at Casablanca workshop

16 Oct 2018
Technical assistance consultants will support 18 selected countries in the pilot phase

The Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) hub of the Global Fund Secretariat organized a workshop in Casablanca, Morocco, from September 17 to 21, 2018, aimed to orient consultants who have been selected to support the 18 countries included in the pilot phase of the Global Fund’s CCM evolution project.

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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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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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OIG audit of two Global Fund grants to Guinea finds significant weaknesses in supply chain management

5 Sep 2017
Improvements also required in grant implementation
Nevertheless, Guinea has made significant progress in the fight against the diseases

Although Guinea has made significant progress in the fight against the three diseases, despite a challenging operating environment, there are significant weaknesses in supply chain management and there are areas related to managing grant implementation that require improvement. These were the findings of an audit of Global Fund grants to Guinea conducted by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG).

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Update on the implementation of the Global Fund Strategy 2017-2022

4 May 2017
Report describes progress for each strategic objective and sub-objective

A report prepared for the Board meeting on 3-4 May in Kigali, Rwanda, provided an update on the implementation of the objectives and sub-objectives from the Global Fund’s 2017-2022 Strategy. For each sub-objective, the report described the progress achieved to date, as well as key challenges and risks, and future plans.

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OIG audit of grants to Côte d’Ivoire shows mixed results

29 Jan 2017
Audit cites weak oversight by Ministry of Public Health and Hygiene

In an audit of grants to Côte d’Ivoire, the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) rated grant implementation arrangements as being “partially effective”; and supply chain controls and assurance mechanisms as “needing significant improvement.”

The OIG uses a four-tier rating system: Effective; Partially effective; Needs significant improvement; and Ineffective.

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The OIG’s latest audit of grants to Zimbabwe shows mixed results

18 Jul 2016
Internal controls and grant implementation rated as effective; improvements needed in service quality and supply chain management

Zimbabwe received a mixed report card in an audit performed by the Office of the Inspector General. The OIG rated internal controls and grant implementation arrangements as effective, but said that improvements were needed in supply chain management and the quality of services provided. A report on the audit was released on 13 July.

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