The global fund will no longer provide cash assistance to Kenya

According to the local media “Daily Nation” reported on the 22nd, the global fund aimed at ending the epidemic of AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria said that it would no longer provide cash assistance to Kenya because of the fear of corruption, but would purchase the necessary medical supplies for the country. The decision is aimed at curbing corruption in the procurement chain and increasing access to medicines and other medical supplies for beneficiaries. < / P > < p > the statement comes after the fund conducted an audit that found irregularities in Kenya’s medical supplies authority over a multi billion shilling covid-19 procurement scandal. It is understood that only three African countries – Kenya, South Africa and Ethiopia – received cash assistance from the global fund, but the agency has lost trust in Kenya.