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CORRUPTION, FRAUD AND DISINFORMATION DURING THE CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019: HEIGHTENED VIGILANCE IS NECESSARY

CORRUPTION, FRAUD AND DISINFORMATION DURING THE CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019: HEIGHTENED VIGILANCE IS NECESSARY

Corruption and development aid are recurring issues in the discussion about the effectiveness of aid, and it is often debated whether aid governance strengthens or weakens transparency and accountability mechanisms. International donors have progressively developed tools to track the use of funding, and analyze and assess the processes that are at high risk of corruption, in particular the procurement of…

A NEW GUIDE FOR IMPLEMENTING AND SCALING UP PROGRAMS TO REMOVE HUMAN RIGHTS-RELATED BARRIERS TO HIV SERVICES

A NEW GUIDE FOR IMPLEMENTING AND SCALING UP PROGRAMS TO REMOVE HUMAN RIGHTS-RELATED BARRIERS TO HIV SERVICES

In April 2020, the Global Fund, Frontline AIDS, and GIZ BACKUP Health – the three leading organizations in the fight against HIV/AIDS – partnered to publish a practical guide to implementing and scaling up programs to remove human rights-related barriers to HIV services. The Global Fund is a leading international financier of the response against HIV, tuberculosis (TB), and malaria in…

THE GLOBAL FUND TECHNICAL REVIEW PANEL PRAISES INNOVATIVE FUNDING REQUESTS AND WORRIES ABOUT IMPACT OF COVID-19

THE GLOBAL FUND TECHNICAL REVIEW PANEL PRAISES INNOVATIVE FUNDING REQUESTS AND WORRIES ABOUT IMPACT OF COVID-19

The Technical Review Panel (TRP’s) has just completed its assessment of the funding requests submitted within the first window in March. It is sending notifications to the Secretariat’s country teams and the Country Coordinating Mechanisms (CCMs). Due to the disruptions caused by COVID-19, the TRP worked remotely to assess funding requests. This article presents the TRP’s preliminary observations on window…

THE OUTGOING INSPECTOR GENERAL OF THE GLOBAL FUND SPEAKS CANDIDLY ABOUT HIS ACHIEVEMENTS AND CHALLENGES

THE OUTGOING INSPECTOR GENERAL OF THE GLOBAL FUND SPEAKS CANDIDLY ABOUT HIS ACHIEVEMENTS AND CHALLENGES

Mouhamadou Diagne (MD), the Inspector General of the Global Fund to fight AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria, is leaving his position to become the Vice-President of Integrity at the World Bank, according to a statement released by the World Bank on 1 May 2020. MD, as he is often referred to, has led the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) since March 2015….

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