Diagnostic review

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Government of Azerbaijan Increases Funding for HIV, TB and Malaria As Several Donors Pull Out

29 Mar 2013
Sustainability of the programmes are nevertheless threatened, OIG says
Diagnostic review finds a mix of good practices and weaknesses or risks

The Government of Azerbaijan has stepped up its funding for HIV, TB and malaria as a result of the departure or anticipated departure of several donors. The government has started funding opiate substitution therapy (OST) and has begun procuring antiretroviral drugs (ARVs), sufficient to meet 20% of the national need.

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Diagnostic Review Finds that Eritrea Has Used Grant Funds Constructively to Strengthen Health Systems

17 Oct 2012
The review also identified weaknesses in programmes and systems
PR has agreed to take actions to address the weaknesses

Eritrea has used Global Fund resources from a number of grants constructively to strengthen its national health systems, a diagnostic review of the country’s grants released by the Office of Inspector General (OIG) has found. The review identified other good practices. But it also revealed weaknesses in programme management and in financial and procurement systems.

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Diagnostic Review of Grants to Peru Praises Government Takeover of Global Fund Programmes

17 Oct 2012
Some weaknesses in grant management identified
Report finds good practices that could assist other countries

The government of Peru has taken up funding for many activities that were initiated with Global Fund support over the past eight years and has achieved considerable success in the fight against the three diseases. This was one of the conclusions of a diagnostic review of Global Fund grants to Peru conducted by the Office of Inspector General.

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OIG Releases Reports on Audits in Namibia and Kyrgyzstan, and on a Diagnostic Review in the Caribbean

11 Oct 2012
The OIG noted both programmatic achievements and grant management deficiencies
For Namibia, the OIG said $2.2 million should be repaid

On 2 October 2012, the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) released three reports, two on audits conducted in Namibia and Kyrgyzstan, and one on a diagnostic review undertaken at the Caribbean Community Secretariat (CARICOM).

Namibia

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OIG Releases Reports on Audits and a Diagnostic Review in Four Countries

1 Oct 2012
$3.3 million in unsupported expenditures in one country need to be repaid
PRs, CCMs are taking steps to address weaknesses identified by the OIG

Within the last month, the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) has released four reports, three on audits conducted in Angola, Mozambique and Senegal, and one on a diagnostic review undertaken in Myanmar.

In its reports, the OIG did not identify any instances of misappropriation of funds. However, in the Mozambique audit, the OIG said that some issues “call for further investigation” and are being pursued.

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OIG Releases Report on Diagnostic Review for Peru Grants

18 Sep 2012
The government’s takeover of Global Fund Programmes praised, but some weaknesses in grant management identified
Report identifies good practices that could assist other countries receiving Global Fund support

The government of Peru has taken up funding for many activities that were initiated with Global Fund support over the past eight years and has achieved considerable success in the fight against the three diseases. This was one of the conclusions of a diagnostic review of Global Fund grants to Peru conducted by the Office of Inspector General.

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Secretariat, OIG Agree on New Protocol

10 Jan 2012

Protocol describes how the two entities will collaborate on audits, diagnostic reviews and investigations

 

Process and timelines for audits spelled out

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