Le Secrétariat et le Bureau de l’Inspecteur général font état de progrès réguliers dans la mise en œuvre des actions convenues de la direction, mais il reste des améliorations à apporter
Des audits des subventions du Fonds mondial au Rwanda et au Bénin signalent des problèmes liés à la disponibilité et à la qualité des données
OIG audits of Global Fund grants to Rwanda and Benin raise issues related to data availability and quality
Despite a 2016 strategic initiative to reallocate Secretariat staff for countries with smaller (Focused) portfolios to countries with larger (Core or High Impact) portfolios, and to reduce the administrative burden on Focused portfolios, “grant management processes and procedures in Focused portfolios remain largely the same” as for the larger portfolios.
Il faut améliorer les contrôles pour garantir l’efficacité du suivi des subventions du Fonds mondial, estime le Bureau de l’Inspecteur général
The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) says that following the recommendations of a High-Level Panel in 2011 to improve management and internal controls, the Global Fund took significant steps to establish appropriate governance structures, processes, controls and systems for managing its portfolio of grants.
Problems operationalizing safeguards to mitigate financial risks create delays in implementing Global Fund’s malaria grant to Cambodia, OIG says
OIG audit of two Global Fund grants to Guinea finds significant weaknesses in supply chain management
Although Guinea has made significant progress in the fight against the three diseases, despite a challenging operating environment, there are significant weaknesses in supply chain management and there are areas related to managing grant implementation that require improvement. These were the findings of an audit of Global Fund grants to Guinea conducted by the Office of the Inspector General (OIG).
Le Bureau de l’Inspecteur général constate que les subventions de l’Afrique du Sud nécessitent une nette amélioration
The Secretariat has made progress in improving consultant management processes, particularly over the last year and half. Consultant costs, as a percentage of total staff costs, have gone down from 35% in 2015 to 19% in 2016. Processes and compliance have improved. The Secretariat is aware of several outstanding weaknesses and has various ongoing initiatives to remediate them.