Global Fund Accepts Panel’s Recommendations To Reprimand Mosquito Net Suppliers

“The Global Fund has accepted recommendations of its Sanctions Panel to reprimand two international suppliers of mosquito nets and to set mandatory terms for continued engagement in the future. … On 14 November, 2013, the Global Fund announced that it had suspended the contracts of the two suppliers after an investigation report uncovered evidence that they committed serious financial wrongdoing in Cambodia. … [T]he Sanctions Panel developed an innovative and practical approach that holds the suppliers accountable while creating value for Global Fund grant programs in the fight against malaria…,” according to a press release from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (2/5).

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