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GLOBAL FUND PUBLISHES 2020 ELIGIBILITY LIST AND LIST OF PROJECTED TRANSITIONS FROM GLOBAL FUND ALLOCATIONS BY 2028

GLOBAL FUND PUBLISHES 2020 ELIGIBILITY LIST AND LIST OF PROJECTED TRANSITIONS FROM GLOBAL FUND ALLOCATIONS BY 2028

The Global Fund recently published on its website the 2020 Eligibility List of countries eligible to receive an allocation in the next funding cycle. It has also published an updated Projected Transitions List, identifying countries it expects to transition from Global Fund allocations, with projections by disease component. The 2020 Eligibility List and the updated Projected Transitions List are accessible on the Global Fund’s website. The…

THE GLOBAL FUND SHOULD LEVERAGE PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY INSTITUTIONS IN FRANCOPHONE AFRICA

THE GLOBAL FUND SHOULD LEVERAGE PUBLIC ACCOUNTABILITY INSTITUTIONS IN FRANCOPHONE AFRICA

In French-speaking Africa, the mandate for accountability for public and donor resources devoted to the health sector rests, usually, with three institutions: the Court of Accounts, the General Inspectorate of the State, and the Inspectorate of Health. Currently, none of these institutions is involved in the control, oversight or audit of Global Fund grants in any francophone African country. Government…

OIG INVESTIGATION OF PHISHING FRAUD IN SENEGAL FINDS “MULTIPLE CONTROL LAPSES” WITHIN MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL ACTION

OIG INVESTIGATION OF PHISHING FRAUD IN SENEGAL FINDS “MULTIPLE CONTROL LAPSES” WITHIN MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL ACTION

In an investigation of Global Fund grants to Senegal, the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) found that Global Fund monies destined for the purchase of tuberculosis diagnostic equipment, for Senegal’s Tuberculosis/Resilient and Sustainable Systems for Health grant, were unwittingly transferred to fraudsters posing as the Principal Recipient’s (PR) supplier. The fraudsters hacked the email account of a PR procurement…

OIG ADVISORY REVIEW IDENTIFIES OPPORTUNITIES TO STRENGTHEN GLOBAL FUND EFFORTS TO REMOVE HUMAN RIGHTS-RELATED BARRIERS TO ACCESS

OIG ADVISORY REVIEW IDENTIFIES OPPORTUNITIES TO STRENGTHEN GLOBAL FUND EFFORTS TO REMOVE HUMAN RIGHTS-RELATED BARRIERS TO ACCESS

An advisory review by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) has identified steps the Global Fund can take to strengthen its efforts to remove human rights-related barriers to accessing services for HIV, tuberculosis and malaria, even as it acknowledges that the Fund is “one of the leading organizations to include the removal of human rights-related barriers to services among…

POOR DATA QUALITY FOUND IN GLOBAL FUND GRANTS IN TOGO BUT SUPPLY CHAIN AND IMPLEMENTATION ARRANGEMENTS “PARTIALLY EFFECTIVE,” SAYS OIG

POOR DATA QUALITY FOUND IN GLOBAL FUND GRANTS IN TOGO BUT SUPPLY CHAIN AND IMPLEMENTATION ARRANGEMENTS “PARTIALLY EFFECTIVE,” SAYS OIG

In this second audit of Global Fund grants in Togo, the Global Fund’s Office of the Inspector General found that the country has made significant strides in the fight against HIV, TB and malaria. The Togolese results are remarkable compared to the West and Central Africa regional average, according to the audit report. The OIG audit opinion was that the Togolese…

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