Kenya Red Cross spent Sh 86 Million on a meeting in its hotel, Global Fund reports

Kenya Red Cross Society (KRCS) on the spot

The Kenya Red Cross Society (KRCS) spent KSh 86 million on conference facilities in its own hotel, according to the latest Global Fund audit report.

According to the Global Fund audit report, Kenya Red Cross spent KSh 86 million on a meeting at its property.

Asha Mohammed, the secretary-general of the Kenya Red Cross, takes a glass of water. Asha Mohammed is the photographer behind this image.

According to a report released on Wednesday, March 16, KRCS awarded Boma Inn Hotel, a subsidiary of KRCS, 69 percent of the procurement for conference facilities.

The UN-backed Global Fund revealed that Boma Inn was awarded the contract for conference facilities between 2018 and June 2021, rather than the other three lowest bidders.

“There were three lowest bidders but 69% of the tender worth KSh86million was awarded to Boma Inn without a competitive procurement process,” read the report. 

After being taken away from Amref, KRCS is believed to have received KSh 14 billion in HIV/AIDS funding from the Global Fund. 


Kenya Red Cross Society (KRCS) on the spot


The Global Fund funds the battle against HIV/AIDS, TB, and malaria, and has since provided KSh8 million to the KRCS to aid in the country's HIV fight.


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