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INCOMPLETE AND INACCURATE DATA REPORTED IN 11 COUNTRIES FOR 2019-2020

INCOMPLETE AND INACCURATE DATA REPORTED IN 11 COUNTRIES FOR 2019-2020

As countries finalize their funding requests to the Global Fund or negotiate their grants for the 2020-2022 allocation cycle, it becomes important to reflect on systemic issues reported in the previous allocation cycle. Our review of the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) audit reports for 2019-2020 reveals that inaccurate and incomplete data is the third leading issue plaguing Global…

NEW STRATEGY FOR 2017-2022 REFLECTS THE GLOBAL FUND’S EVOLVING APPROACH TO HEALTH SYSTEMS STRENGTHENING

NEW STRATEGY FOR 2017-2022 REFLECTS THE GLOBAL FUND’S EVOLVING APPROACH TO HEALTH SYSTEMS STRENGTHENING

Building resilient and sustainable systems for health, which is one of the four strategic objectives in The Global Fund’s Strategy for 2017-2022, articulates a new and targeted focus for strengthening health systems. The Board adopted the new Strategy at its meeting in Abidjan on 26-27 April (see GFO article.) Background The ambitious Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) of the early 2000s drove…

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