Editorial de l’Observatoire du Fonds mondial : La Déclaration d'Abuja est dépassée

13 Jun 2022
Il est temps de revoir les contributions nationales en matière de santé

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Les mêmes problèmes non résolus : Audit des subventions du Fonds Mondial au Kenya

9 Jun 2022
Réveillez-vous et prenez des mesures correctives maintenant !


Le 11 mars 2022, le Bureau de l'Inspecteur général (BIG) a publié son rapport d'audit sur les subventions du Fonds mondial au Kenya.

Selon ce rapport, le Fonds mondial a approuvé 1,8 milliard de dollars et déboursé plus de 1,4 milliard de dollars au Kenya.


The same problems remain unresolved: Audit of Global Fund Grants in Kenya

8 Jun 2022
Wake up and take corrective action now!


On 11 March 2022 the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) published its audit report on the Global Fund Grants in Kenya.

According to the report, the Global Fund had approved $1.8 billion and disbursed over $1.4 billion to Kenya.


Global Fund Observer Editorial: Calling time on the Abuja Declaration

8 Jun 2022
Time to revisit targeting for determining domestic health contributions

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Global Fund and partners’ Joint Learning Agenda on Health Financing and Universal Health Coverage

24 Mar 2022
Rallying civil society to advocate for domestic resource mobilization

On 1 March, the Joint Learning Agenda on Health Financing and Universal Health Coverage (JLA) held a webinar to present the results of Phase 1 of an innovative initiative to empower civil society to advocate for greater domestic investment in health.


La dure réalité de l'échec de COVAX et ses implications pour l'Afrique

21 Oct 2021
Et le Fonds mondial est également à court de fonds pour le mécanisme de réponse COVID-19.

Le Bureau of Investigative Journalism (BIJ) a publié un article accablant sur l'incapacité de l'usine COVAX, tant vantée, à fournir les vaccins COVID-19 comme promis, tant en termes de délais que de quantité.


The stark reality of the failure of COVAX and its implications for Africa

12 Oct 2021
And the Global Fund is also running out of COVID-19 Response Mechanism funds

The Bureau of Investigative Journalism (BIJ) has published a damning article on the failure of the much-heralded COVAX facility to provide COVID-19 vaccines as promised, failing both in terms of delays and quantity.


Procurement challenges hampered the implementation of COVID-19 Response Mechanism grants

9 Sep 2021
Stakeholders underscore the need for streamlined procurement processes and flexibility in grant implementation

Kenya has received millions of dollars from the Global Fund’s COVID-19 Response Mechanism (C19RM) to fight the pandemic. It has used these funds to procure COVID-19 related products and finance programmatic activities, including contact tracing and training and sensitization of frontline health care workers. Overall, these funds have contributed significantly to the national COVID-19 response.


A blast from the past: play the Corruption Quiz! And others

21 Jul 2021

As someone relatively new to Aidspan and the GFO, it has been a revelation for me to go back into the archives and read more of Bernard Rivers’ articles. I could not resist reprinting more of his exemplary writing which I hope will either remind those of you in the know about some of his great journalism or show those of you who don’t know, what you missed!


Kenya facing shortage of antiretroviral drugs caused by disagreement between the government and USAID on procurement entity

4 May 2021
Corruption threatens gains made in building resilient and sustainable systems for health and principal of country ownership

People living with HIV in Kenya are worried about the dwindling supplies of antiretroviral drugs (ARVs) in the country. This has been brought about by a shortage in the availability of ARVs in health facilities following the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) halting their supply through the Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (KEMSA).


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