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REPROGRAMMING CAN INCREASE THE IMPACT OF A GRANT

REPROGRAMMING CAN INCREASE THE IMPACT OF A GRANT

Increased emphasis on male circumcision, preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV, TB case detection Several countries that are beneficiaries of Global Fund money have taken advantage of opportunities to reprogramme existing grants. Reprogramming allows countries to make changes to the scope or scale of a grant in order to improve impact or to reflect changes in epidemiology or country priorities. Reprogramming…

OIG RELEASES AUDIT REPORT ON EIGHT GRANTS IN KENYA

OIG RELEASES AUDIT REPORT ON EIGHT GRANTS IN KENYA

Says $3 million in expenditures should be reimbursed Small amount of misappropriated funds identified Editor’s note: By their very nature, audits tend to focus on what is not working well, and to devote much less space to what is working satisfactorily. This summary of the OIG audit in Kenya reflects that “bias.” At the end of April 2012, the Office…

20,000 KENYAN LIVES NOT SAVED

20,000 KENYAN LIVES NOT SAVED

As reported elsewhere in this issue of GFO, the Global Fund recently published a report by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) on the Fund’s grants to Kenya. This makes me feel free to write about something I’ve not previously discussed publicly. I’ve lived in Kenya since 2007, and I plan to live here long after I retire. And because…

20,000 KENYAN LIVES NOT SAVED

20,000 KENYAN LIVES NOT SAVED

As reported elsewhere in this issue of GFO, the Global Fund recently published a report by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) on the Fund’s grants to Kenya. This makes me feel free to write about something I’ve not previously discussed publicly. I’ve lived in Kenya since 2007, and I plan to live here long after I retire. And because…

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