Tuesday, December 10, 2019

DT 15-16 / 2004

Report slams Global Health Fund’s spending on auditing firms

International auditing firms working as “local agents" for the Global Health Fund to monitor spending in 110 countries are in extreme cases charging up to USD 3,250 per day. Their competence is narrow and the system has become too expensive.

Nordic governments criticise ADB’s anti-corruption approach

Nordic governments stand by the principle of transparency in fighting corruption and reject the Asian Development Bank’s anti-corruption approach, where bribery cases are kept out of the courts.