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Poor stock management contributed to theft of medicines purchased with Global Fund grants to C.A.R., OIG says
There were ongoing leakages of ACTs over a 17-month period
Ukraine starts transition away from Global Fund support without a detailed transition plan, OIG says
Audit gives Ukraine a mixed report card
Audit identifies significant program and financial management weaknesses in the national TB program
Capacity issues and delays in implementation plague otherwise successful Global Fund grants to Zambia, OIG says
Health systems struggle to cope with rapid increases in volume caused by scale-up
It is a question of political will, TRP says
Senior Global Fund officials have invested a lot of time and effort meeting with high-level government officials to push for additional commitment and resources
Nigeria’s grant portfolio continues to provide plenty of drama.
Donation from Spain in new debt swap
Audit of Global Fund grants to Mali reveals significant progress in financial management and quality of services
However, there are problems with drug expiries, stock-outs and delays in the supply chain
OIG reports good progress in implementing Global Fund grants to Ethiopia, but several problems remain
Audit identifies inefficiencies in grant management, absorption, quality of services, and procurement and the supply chain
Global Fund shows significant progress in reducing financial risks, but challenges remain in implementing some key interventions, OIG says
Striking the right balance between fiduciary and program risk is proving elusive
Audits conducted by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) to date in 2017 reveal steady improvements in the Global Fund, both at the Secretariat and country levels, and also continuing challenges in some areas. This is the central theme of the OIG’s progress report prepared for the Board meeting just concluded in Geneva.
Payment consists of reforms to enable the country to produce its Supply Chain Master Plan
The Global Fund has agreed to accept in-kind payment in lieu of cash for $27.4 million in recoveries owed by Ghana. The in-kind payment consists of reforms that Ghana must implement in order for the country deliver its Supply Chain Master Plan. This is the first time that the Fund has agreed to such an arrangement.