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A ‘top 20’ ranking of countries with the largest Global Fund 2020-2022 allocations for the three diseases
Mozambique, India, and Nigeria received the largest allocations for HIV, TB and malaria
Data falsification, salary kickbacks among ‘emerging fraud risk areas’; procurement-related frauds decline
The “I Speak out Now” website, the news and resources website of the Office of the Inspector General (OIG), features frequent updates on matters of risk-related interest to Global Fund implementers, ranging from ‘How to protect against school fee fraud’ to ‘Fighting back against phishing’ and ‘Speaking out about human rights violations’.
Fiscal agents reduce financial risks within Global Fund grants but do not build implementer capacity
Concept is sound but ‘model’ could be improved
Fiscal agents have been part of the Global Fund Financial management system in countries with high or moderate fiduciary risks since 2012. According to the Global Fund Guidelines on Financial Risk Management, fiscal agents reduce financial risks originating from weak financial management of principal or sub-recipients of Global Fund grants.
Largest single award was for a South African TB/HIV grant
Domestic commitments for the programs included in the country grants amounted to $7.5 billion
Transition to the new arrangements will happen in the first six months of 2019
New implementation arrangements have been put in place for the TB programs funded through Nigeria’s new TB and TB/HIV grants.
OIG releases reports on investigations into Global Fund grants in Papua New Guinea, Nigeria and Eswatini
Reports detail misappropriation of funds in Nigeria, fraudulent diversion of funds in Eswatini, and non-compliant expenditures in Papua New Guinea
Between 10 July and 20 August 2018, the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) released reports on three different investigations into Global Fund grants in Papua New Guinea, Nigeria, and the Kingdom of Eswatini (formerly known as Swaziland).
Le Nigeria n’a pas respecté ses exigences de financement de contrepartie
Nigeria failed to meet its counterpart financing requirements
Paludisme au Nigeria, le Fonds mondial et les géants de l’alcool et programmation transformatrice de genre
Ci-après des informations sur trois sujets dont nous pensons qu’ils intéresseront nos lecteurs :
BIG : l’audit de suivi des subventions du Fonds mondial au Nigeria révèle des améliorations significatives
Des problèmes subsistent toutefois, et certaines mesures d’atténuation ont besoin de plus de temps pour devenir efficaces