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Des audits des subventions du Fonds mondial au Rwanda et au Bénin signalent des problèmes liés à la disponibilité et à la qualité des données

9 Apr 2019
Pour les subventions du Rwanda, qui reposent sur le modèle de financement fondé sur les résultats, la disponibilité de données fiables et de bonne qualité est particulièrement importante
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OIG audits of Global Fund grants to Rwanda and Benin raise issues related to data availability and quality

19 Mar 2019
For grants in Rwanda, which follows a results-based financing model, availability of good and reliable data is especially critical
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Global Fund’s Differentiation for Impact project only partially effective, OIG says

29 Jan 2019
“Significant improvement” needed in efforts to streamline oversight of small-allocation and low-disease-burden grants

Despite a 2016 strategic initiative to reallocate Secretariat staff for countries with smaller (Focused) portfolios to countries with larger (Core or High Impact) portfolios, and to reduce the administrative burden on Focused portfolios, “grant management processes and procedures in Focused portfolios remain largely the same” as for the larger portfolios.

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Il faut améliorer les contrôles pour garantir l’efficacité du suivi des subventions du Fonds mondial, estime le Bureau de l’Inspecteur général

15 Nov 2017
L’audit du BIG coïncide avec l’introduction par le Secrétariat d’un nouveau système de gestion des subventions
Un Comité d’examen du portefeuille sera créé au Secrétariat, chargé d’examiner les résultats des subventions sur l’ensemble du portefeuille
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Improvements in controls needed to ensure monitoring of Global Fund grants is effective, OIG says

7 Nov 2017
OIG audit coincides with the introduction of a new grant operating system
Portfolio Review Committee to be established at the Secretariat to review portfolio-wide grant performance

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) says that following the recommendations of a High-Level Panel in 2011 to improve management and internal controls, the Global Fund took significant steps to establish appropriate governance structures, processes, controls and systems for managing its portfolio of grants.

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Problems operationalizing safeguards to mitigate financial risks create delays in implementing Global Fund’s malaria grant to Cambodia, OIG says

19 Sep 2017
Finding the right balance between mitigating fiduciary risks and program risks is a challenge
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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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Le Bureau de l’Inspecteur général constate que les subventions de l’Afrique du Sud nécessitent une nette amélioration

16 Aug 2017
Des retards de démarrage et des problèmes de coordination ont entravé la mise en œuvre

Le 19 juillet 2017, le Fonds mondial a publié un rapport d’audit du Bureau de l’Inspecteur général sur les subventions accordées à la République d’Afrique du Sud.

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Global Fund is making progress in improving consultant management processes: OIG

8 Aug 2017
Use of consultants in 2016 cut almost in half compared to 2015

The Secretariat has made progress in improving consultant management processes, particularly over the last year and half. Consultant costs, as a percentage of total staff costs, have gone down from 35% in 2015 to 19% in 2016. Processes and compliance have improved. The Secretariat is aware of several outstanding weaknesses and has various ongoing initiatives to remediate them.

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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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