In an audit of how public sector grants to Tanzania have been managed, the Office of the Inspector General handed out poor grades across the board. The OIG also said that many of the problems it uncovered had already been identified in an earlier audit in 2009.
Editor’s note: This is a longer version of an article on this topic already posted on GFO Live.
There are numerous and serious deficiencies in the management of public sector grants in Tanzania, according to the Office of the Inspector General. Tanzania is one of the biggest recipients of Global Fund grants, having received $1.6 billion to date.