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INCREASE IN DOMESTIC HEALTH FINANCING IN AFRICA WILL BE HARD AMID COVID-19

INCREASE IN DOMESTIC HEALTH FINANCING IN AFRICA WILL BE HARD AMID COVID-19

The world is facing its sharpest economic contraction since the Great Depression as a result of COVID-19. African governments are facing the dual challenge of responding to and mitigating a pandemic at the same time as experiencing a sudden and unprecedentedly huge economic shock. After more than two decades of positive growth, Africa’s economy is expected to contract by around 4 percent…

NATIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY INSTITUTIONS AND THE GLOBAL FUND WILL BENEFIT FROM COLLABORATION

NATIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY INSTITUTIONS AND THE GLOBAL FUND WILL BENEFIT FROM COLLABORATION

The  coronavirus disease (COVID-19) prevention measures have severely restricted international travel, grounding the staff of the Global Fund Secretariat and the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) since March 2020. These travel restrictions have undermined the review mechanisms in-country and can hamper the work of an institution that invests in approximately 100 countries, without in-country offices but emphasizes accountability and performance….

THE GLOBAL FUND’S OMBUDSMAN CALLS FOR INCREASED DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION IN THE ORGANIZATION

THE GLOBAL FUND’S OMBUDSMAN CALLS FOR INCREASED DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION IN THE ORGANIZATION

A recent report by the ombudsman of the Global Fund indicated that the organization needs to embed and value diversity, inclusion, and human dignity at the workplace and in its interactions with implementing countries. The Global Fund has a diverse workforce with staff from more than 100 nationalities and a wide variety of professional backgrounds. However, factors relating to leadership, organizational systems…

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