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OIG Releases Reports on Three Audits and Two Investigations

4 Nov 2012
The investigation in Djibouti revealed some fraud
The investigation in South Africa found no evidence of fraud, misappropriation or mismanagement

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) has released five new reports – three on audits in Bangladesh, Djibouti and Ghana, and two on investigations in Djibouti and South Africa. All five reports are dated 29 October 2012.

Bangladesh

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Global Fund Strengthens the Involvement of LFAs in Fraud Detection and Prevention

25 Jul 2011

Procedures are tightened

LFA required to do regular spot checks of SRs

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OIG Finds Serious Deficiencies in Performance of All Four PRs in Zambia

2 Nov 2010

All four principal recipients (PRs) implementing Rounds 1 and 4 Global Fund grants in Zambia, two of them government and two NGO, have shown evidence of significant financial management and control weaknesses, episodes of misappropriation and fraud, and losses of grant funds. This is the overarching finding of an audit conducted in 2009 by the Global Fund's Office of the Inspector General (OIG).

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John Parsons, the Global Fund's Inspector General

14 Jul 2010

Global Fund Inspector General John Parsons is a busy man. He is also very determined. He and his staff of 24 are fully booked through the end of 2010 " and he expects the same to be true next year and the year after.

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Is the Global Fund Living Up to Its Principles?

24 Jun 2010

Ten months ago, the Global Fund put on hold about $95million in potential disbursements under four grants to the Zambia Ministry ofHealth, because of fraud within the ministry that was first reported by awhistleblower. Seven current or former ministry employees were charged by theZambian government in relation to the fraudulent appropriation of about$350,000 from one of the grants.

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Disbursements to Zambia MoH Suspended Amid Allegations of Fraud; Change of PR Is Imminent

14 Jun 2010

The Global Fund has suspended disbursements to the Ministry of Health (MoH) of Zambia, which is the principal recipient (PR) for several grants. The Global Fund's Office of the Inspector General (OIG) has concluded that there was fraud in connection with one or more of the grants.

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OIG Reports Progress in the Uganda Fraud Case

27 May 2010

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) says that "marked progress" has been made in the past year in the systemic fraud case involving Global Fund and other grants in Uganda. (See Issue 113, at www.aidspan.org/gfo, for GFO's most recent coverage on this case.)

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OIG Reports Evidence of Fraud by a PR in Mali

27 May 2010

In a separate development from that in Mauritania, three senior government officials in Mali have been arrested in connection with alleged fraud with Global Fund grants.

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More Evidence of Fraud in Global Fund Grants to Mauritania

27 May 2010

In Mauritania, a full criminal investigation, initiated by the Office of the Mauritanian Inspector General, has led to the arrest of three senior officials in the Executive Secretariat of Mauritania's National AIDS Committee (SENLS), and to the issue of an arrest warrant for a fourth staff member. SENLS is the principal recipient (PR) for Mauritania's Round 5 HIV grant, the only active HIV grant in the country.

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Global Fund Suspends Grants to Chad

14 Dec 2006

The Global Fund has temporarily suspended its two grants to Chad. The Chad CCM has been told to "put in place a new structure" that will ensure effective management of the grants. The two grants - one each to fight HIV/AIDS and TB - have a total five-year value of $21 million, of which $8 million has been disbursed thus far.

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