4.

OIG investigation of Global Fund grants to Sierra Leone finds fraud, collusion, and non-compliant procurements

24 Jun 2020
Theft of funds meant for Community Health Workers' training and allowances in Sierra Leone

3.

New HIV infections and HIV-related deaths are on the rise in Pakistan, says OIG

24 Jun 2020
Adequacy and effectiveness of interventions and implementation arrangements need significant improvement

6.

Global Fund-supported new implementation arrangements and community interventions in Côte d’Ivoire are ‘partially effective’, OIG says

3 Jun 2020
Tracing of malaria and tuberculosis health commodities at health facility level in Côte d’Ivoire requires significant improvement

8.

Population Services International’s financial management and oversight of the Global Fund’s malaria grant to the Democratic Republic of the Congo was ineffective, says the OIG

3 Jun 2020
Unauthorized overspending of $12.8 million for travel and external professional services for a malaria grant in the DRC

6.

COVID-19 derails implementation of agreed management actions, the Global Fund Board hears

15 May 2020
COVID-19 derails implementation of agreed management actions, the Global Fund Board hears Outstanding AMAs have had lower than expected progress

5.

The Global Fund reaches the ‘embedded’ level of maturity on the OIG maturity scale, the Inspector General reports to Board

15 May 2020
But significant gaps remain in the internal control and risk management processes

8.

Global Fund-supported HIV program and supply-chain management in Zimbabwe require improvements, OIG says

29 Apr 2020
Zimbabwe may have a higher number of people living with HIV than current estimates suggest

7.

Global Fund’s process of recovering non-compliant expenditures is 'partially effective', OIG says

29 Apr 2020
Country Teams’ negotiations with implementers cause delays in the issuing of ‘notification and demand’ letters

6.

OIG investigations into Global Fund grants in Nigeria and Indonesia confirm non-compliant expenditures totalling more than $200,000

29 Apr 2020
Allegations of salary-related fraud are rapidly increasing, OIG says

6.

Global Fund grants in Angola are “performing poorly,” OIG says

15 Apr 2020
New cases and death rates increased for HIV, TB and malaria during the grant period

In this second audit of Global Fund grants in Angola, the Global Fund’s Office of the Inspector General found that the country’s grants are performing poorly. New infection rates and mortality rates increased for HIV, TB, and malaria compared to the regional average, and even to the country’s own rates in 2012.

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