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The Board has approved changes to the composition of each of its standing committees – two voting members will be added to each of the Strategy Committee, the Audit and Finance Committee and the Ethics and Governance Committee. The Board also approved changes to the selection processes for both the leadership and the membership of the committees.
The Office of the Inspector General recently conducted an advisory review of the opportunities to strengthen efforts to remove human rights-related barriers to accessing services for HIV, tuberculosis and malaria. The OIG made recommendations that fall under three broad categories: aligning human-rights investments and understanding with corporate priorities; clarifying roles and objectives to drive the Fund's strategic objective of promoting and protecting human rights; and improving the monitoring and reporting of human rights-related investments and outputs.
Several institutions within francophone African countries, namely the Court of Accounts, the General Inspectorate of the State, and the Inspectorate of Health, have a mandate to control and audit resources related to health. Currently, none of them is involved with Global Fund grants. This is a missed opportunity as these in-country accountability institutions with their mandate, legal power, knowledge of local context can help improve the grants accountability, sustainability and country ownership.
The Office of the Inspector General has published its report on the Global Fund’s first case of ‘phishing’ fraud. The fraud, which happened after fraudsters hacked the email account of a procurement specialist within Senegal's Ministry of Health and Social Action, resulted in the misdirection of $481,541 of grant funds because of an unauthorized change of supplier’s banking details. Multiple control lapses allowed the fraud to succeed, the OIG said, though no collusion was suspected.
The Office of the Inspector General’s opinion resulting from its recent audit of Togo’s Global Fund grants was that the country's systems, processes, and controls on data quality require ‘significant improvement’. However, the OIG found that processes and controls to account for medicines paid for by the Global Fund across the in-country supply chain, as well as grant implementation arrangements, were ‘partially effective’.
The Global Fund has published its Eligibility List 2020 and its list of projected transitions from Global Fund country allocations by 2028. The previous projected transitions document, showing projections until 2025, was published in March 2018.
GFO’s ‘Of Interest’ focuses on this year's World AIDS Day, which was themed “Communities make the difference”, celebrating the indispensable role that communities play at all levels of the HIV response.