Singapore company embroiled in bribery scandal with WHO employee in Cambodia - report

The Phnom Penh Post, 19 Nov 2013
An employee of the World Health Organization’s Cambodia office shared insider information with a supplier who provided funds for his personal trips abroad, a Global Fund investigation released last week has found.
The investigation, conducted by the Global Fund’s Office of the Inspector General (OIG), reveals that in 2009, a WHO Cambodia employee involved with the procurement of long-lasting insecticidal bed nets (LLIN) for the Global Fund had flights to Singapore paid for by Sumitomo Chemical Singapore (SCS), a mosquito net supplier.
The report says that the WHO employee “also appears to have shared information about upcoming LLIN needs in Cambodia with SCS during its efforts to win LLIN contracts”. Full story
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